The Southern Combination Challenge Cup

The Southern Combination Challenge Cup is a football competition contested by non-league clubs. An independent cup, it was directly affiliated to the Football Association until 2015, when a change in FA Rules required such competitions to affiliate with the county of the majority of its member clubs: this is currently the Surrey County FA for this competition.

 

The competition was founded in March 1958, as the Southern Combination Amateur Challenge Cup Competition. The word "Amateur" was later dropped in 1974. It is often referred to as simply the Southern Combination Cup.

 

The competition's rules state that entrants must be based within 25 miles of Weybridge, Surrey (until 1998, within 25 miles of Kingston on Thames).

 

Feltham FC won the Southern Combination Challenge Cup in 1986-87 and 1987-88; and were runners-up in 1990-91 and 1995-96.

 

Bedfont FC won the Southern Combination Challenge Cup in 2003-04.

 

Bedfont & Feltham FC were runners-up in season 2014-15