The Lilywhites have played two Slough teams: Slough Town and Slough Centre.
Wexham Park Stadium, Slough
The Lilywhites first played Slough Town, when they were known as Slough F.C, before the 2nd World War in the Spartan League. Since then they have met in the F.A. Cup and the Southern League Cup. Founded in 1890 as Slough F,C., they played for many years at the Dolphin Stadium. Then at the outbreak of the Second World War they entered into a ground share with Maidenhead United at York Road having been forced to vacant the Dolphin Stadium. Then in 1943 they agreed to merge with neighbor's Slough Centre to become Slough United, the new club then played at the Centre Stadium before going their separate ways in 1947. They then returned to the Dolphin Stadium as Slough Town F.C., only to move to the Wexham Park Stadium in 1973. In 2003 they were forced out of the Wexham Park Stadium, by its owners, and as a result they entered into a ground share with Windsor & Eton at Stag Meadow. Since this agreement ended in 2007, they have ground shared with Beaconsfield at Holloway Park
Holloway Park, Beaconsfield
21.12.1935 Slough 2- 2 Cambridge Town Stan Webb scored both of the goals for the Lilywhites.
15.2.1936 Cambridge Town 3 - 2 Slough Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Len Hard and Haorld Barker.
19.12.1936 Slough 1 - 3 Cambridge Town Goals scored for the Lilywhites by Johnny Scruton, Len Hard and Freddy Barnard.
13.3.1937 Cambridge Town 3 - 1 Slough Goals for the Lilywhites were by Stan Webb and Harry Webb (2-one a penalty)
18.12.1937 Slough 4 - 3 Cambridge Town Harry Mann (2) and Freddie Barnard scored for the Lilywhites.
19.3.1938 Cambridge Town 1 - 1 Slough The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was Jock Newman.
3.9.1938 Slough 1 - 1 Cambridge Town Jock Newman scored for the Lilywhites.
1.4.1939 Cambridge Town 2 - 2 Slough Freddy Barnard and Dan Rowe scored for the Lilywhite.
1999 Slough Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City 4th Qualifying Round Cambridge City team: Martin Davies, Steve Wenlock, Neil Coburn, Steve Hoburn, Dave Thompson, Andy Pincher, Keith Newby, Ian Stringfellow, Scott Taylor, Ian Cambridge and Adam Wilde. Subs used were Christian McCann, Steve Gawthrop and Andy Kirkup. Christian McCann scored for the Lilywhites in 92nd minute to take the tie to a replay.
1999 Cambridge City 3 - 2 Slough Town 4th Qualifying Round Replay Cambridge City team: Martien Davies, Steve Wenlock, Neil Coburn, Steve Holden, Dave Thompson, Andy Pincher, Keith Newby, Ian Stringfellow, Scott Taylor, Andy Kirkup and Adam Wilde. Subs used were Ian Cambridge, Steve Gawthrop and Christian McCann. Having gone behind in the 3rd minute, the lilywhites equalished just before half time when Keith Newby scored from the penalty spot after a foul on Adam Wilde. Slough were again in front in the 62nd minute and the Lilywhites were looking like going out of the cup until after the introduction of subs Steve Gawthorp and Christian McCann. Then in the 86th minute Christian McCann scored from a Adam Wilde cross and then in the 92nd minute Neil Coburn drilled a low shot into the Slough goal.
Southern League Cup
8.2.2011 Cambridge City 3 - 2 Slough Town Quarter Final Cambridge City team: Zac Barrett, Liam Nicell, James Kraise, Jordan Lambert, Lee Chaffey, Craig Hughes, Tony Burke, Adie Cambridge, Craig Hammond, David Kolodynski and Joey Abbs. Subs used were Ben Sawyer and Luke Robins. Scorers for the Lilywhites were Hammond, Kolodynski and Hughes.
Founded just before the Second World War, Slough Centre were opponents of the Lilywhites for just one season in the Spartan League.
27.8.1949 Slough Centre 2 - 1 Cambridge Town Neville Rose scored for the Lilywhites.
25.2.1950 Cambridge Town 1 - 1 Slough Centre The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was John Richardson.