The London Senior Cup was the first championship of the capital, before the days of leagues and professionalism. It was a competition which caught the imagination of the football going public and attracted large attendances. In its heyday it was more popular than the F.A. Amateur Cup for the capitals thriving amateur clubs.
This record should help the reader to chart the rise and fall of many clubs, who used the Senior Cup as a stepping stone on their rise to prominence. It also includes the complete record of the Charity and Challenge Cup’s which played their part in so many clubs histories. For the first time in a work of this nature, it includes the venues and dates of the matches involved.
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