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Yeltz In The Cups - Staffordshire Senior Cup History PDF Print E-mail
Staffordshire Senior Cup
Winners 1989; Finalists 1984
  
The Staffordshire Senior Challenge Cup is a football cup tournament based in the county of Staffordshire in England first competed for in 1877-78. Organised by the Staffordshire Football Association, it is competed for by a mix of clubs from Staffordshire and the surrounding areas. Both professional and amateur clubs may enter. In the modern age however professional teams such as Stoke City and Port Vale, the main clubs in Staffordshire, usually field a reserve team as they place more prestige on their respective leagues and professional cup competitions. This has left the door open for non-league sides to have more success in the cup as it is classed as a bigger achievement for them to win it.
In recent years the entries from clubs (including Halesowen) from neighbouring counties have virtually been phased out. Most County FAs now have their own separate Senior Cup competitions and this, coupled with the formation of the West Midlands county, has meant the entries for the Cup are quite low in some seasons.
 
 
 Pld
 W
 D
 L
 GF
 GA
 GD
 Home
 18
 11
 2
 5
 36
 23
 +13
 Away
 14
 5
 3
 6
 21
 25
 (4)
 Neutral
 -
 -
 -
 -
 -
 -
 -
 Overall
 32
 16
 5
 11
 57
 48
 +9

(10 Past Attendances Unknown, 2 Home, 8 Away)
 
 Pld
 High
 Low
 Total
 Average
 Home
 16
 1,546 (1983/84)
 242 (1993/94)
 11,613
 725
 Away
 6
 1,300 (1986/87)
 167 (1989/90)
 3,591
 599
 Neutral
 -
 -
 -
 -
 -
 Total
 22
 1,546
 167
 15,204
 691
 
2014/15 : 2013/14 : 2012/13 : 2011/12 : 2010/11 : 2009/10 : 2008/09 : 2007/08
     
BIGGEST WIN : 1993/94 Halesowen Town 4-0 Rocester
BIGGEST LOSS : 1986/87 Tamworth 6-1 Halesowen Town
BIGGEST DRAW : 1992/93 Hednesford Town 2-2 Halesowen Town
HIGHEST AGGREGATE : 1992/93 Halesowen Town 3-5 Halesowen Town
 
  
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