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Yeltz In The Cups - Birmingham Senior Cup History PDF Print E-mail
Birmingham Senior Cup
Winners 1984, 1998; Finalists 1952, 1962
 
The Birmingham Senior Cup is a football competition for Birmingham County FA club teams, organized by the Birmingham County Football Association. It began in 1875 with Tipton taking the first honours in the final in 1876 and is one of the oldest county football competitions still active.
The Birmingham Senior Cup is a local cup contest, which has featured all of the West Midlands' big clubs, Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Coventry City, Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion, Walsall and Wolverhampton Wanderers. However, in recent years most of the bigger clubs have tended to treat the cup as a "reserve" or "youth team" competition, giving the non-league sides a greater chance of success.
 
 
 Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Home
121
58
19
44
245
206
+39
Away
90
22
14
54
132
235
(103)
Neutral
3
2
0
1
4
3
+1
Overall
214
82
33
99
381
444
(65)

(146 Past Attendances Unknown, 73 Home, 70 Away, 3 Neutral)
 
Pld
High
Low
Total
Average
Home
48
1,058 (1988/89)
172 (2003/04)
22,786
475
Away
20
868 (1988/89)
83 (2012/13)
6,678
334
Neutral
-
-
-
-
-
Total
68
1,058
83
29,464
433
                 
BIGGEST WIN : 1957/58 Halesowen Town 13-1 Coventry Amateurs
BIGGEST LOSS : 1883/84 Aston Villa 12-0 Halesowen Town
BIGGEST DRAW : 1933/34 Halesowen Town 4-4 Cradley Heath
HIGHEST AGGREGATE : 1957/58 Halesowen Town 13-1 Coventry Amateurs
 
      
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