Worcester City

Founded on September 9th, 1902 Worcester City, like the Lilywhites waved goodbye to their old ground in 2013. The two clubs have been league oppenents since Southern League days and until 2013 all our league matches have been played at either Milton Road or St George's Lane, Worcester.

League Matches with the Lillywhites include:

2.10.92              Worcester City 2 - 0 Cambridge City

27.8.94              Cambridge City 0 - 2 Worcester City

19.2.94              Worcester City 1 - 4 Cambridge City

21.12.96             Cambridge City 1 - 2 Worcester City

11.1.97

20.9.97               Worcester City 1 - 0 Cambridge City

20.12.97             Cambridge City 1 - 4 Worcester City

Worcester City v Cambridge City, 1997

The Old Worcester City Ground, which was built in 1905, was in St George's Lane, Worcester and has now been sold to developers. It had a record crowd of 17,042 for a F.A. Cup tie against Sheffield United and was saw it last match at the end of the 2012/13. For the new season, Worcester went to share a ground with Kidderminister Harriers while a new ground in Worcester is found.

Another link between our two clubs is Eddie Bailham, who joined Worcester City from Cambridge City in 1966 for a fee of around £2,000. Like elsewhere in his career, he proved to be a prolfic goal scorer but despite this he could not stop them from being relegated as the defence just could not stop shipping more goals. He was to leave Worcester for Wimbledon in October 1967 before later returning to Cambridge.