The Middlesex FA Senior Charity Cup

The Middlesex FA Senior Charity Cup is contested by the First teams of Senior Clubs playing at Steps 1-5 of the National League System. Clubs playing at Step 6 of the National League System may also be invited to participate in the competition.

 

Established: 1901 First winners: Clapton Orient (now known as Leyton Orient)

Most Senior Cup titles: Hayes FC (15)

Current holders: Ashford Town (Middlesex) FC

Fun fact: The 1988 final was played at the old Wembley Stadium with over 3,500 people watching Hendon defeat Wembley 2-0. Ian Dowie and Dermot Drummy were scorers on the night. Highlights from that memorable match can be found here

 

The Yellows have been drawn away to Hillingdon Borough of the Spartan South Midlands League. The date has yet to be announced.