Reigate Priory, who first played the Lilywhites in 1909 in the Amateur Football Alliance Senior Cup and subsquently the Southern Amateur League, are one of the few clubs of that era to be still playing on their original ground having been founded in 1870. They were also one of the 15 teams to enter the first F.A. Cup in 1871, losing in the first round to the eventual runners up, Royal Engineers.
Southern Amateur League 1st Division
24.1.1920 Cambridge Town 8 - 3 Reigate Priory Played at St John's College, the goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Squire (3), Rowell (2), Watson (2) and Rae.
13.3.1920 Reigate Priory 2 - 6 Cambridge Town Allen (4), W Cornwell and Kirby scored for the Lilywhites.
25.9.1920 Cambridge Town 10 - 0 Reigate Priory Scorers for the Lilywhites were Allen (4), Rowell (2), Rae (2), W Cornwell and Wordingham
2.4.1921 Reigate Priory 1 - 2 Cambridge Town Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Bert Allen, who was to score 77 goals in 84 appearances for Lilywhites.
A.F.A. Senior Cup
18.12.1909 Reigate Priory 3 - 3 Cambridge Town 1st Round Goals scored for the Lilywhites were by Doig, a Richardson penalty and Stokes. As Reigate Priory were unable to travel to Cambridge for a replay, the Lilywhites were give the tie. They then went out to the Civil Service.
International Challenge Du Nord Cup
11.3.1910 Cambridge Town 5 - 2 Reigate Priory English Section Semi-Final Goals from Sizer, Coe, Halls (2) anf Fleming saw the Lilywhites through to the English Final, where they beat Charshalton, Travelling to France to play the French champions, they lost 2 - 1 but the following they became the champions.