FA Sunday Cup

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The FA Sunday Cup is a knock-out competition for English Sunday league football teams.

Prior to 1960 The Football Association did not permit clubs or players under its jurisdiction to take part in competitive football played on Sunday. A change of policy by the governing body in 1960 allowed Sunday leagues to become affiliated to County Associations and, four years later, The FA started the Sunday Cup to allow Sunday players to compete in a national knock-out tournament.

In the Cup's first season (1964–65), teams representing Sunday players in various counties entered with London winning the two-legged final against Staffordshire.

Scots Grey were the 2009 winners, beating Oyster Martyrs 4–3 after extra time at Anfield.

Winners and runners-up

The results of the finals to date:


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