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