Stevenage Town Football Club

Founded in 1884, a number of former Stevenage Town players have played for Lilywhites including goalkeeper Ray Peacock when the Club was dissolved after one season the Southern League Premier in 1968. Their home ground was in Broadhall Way, Stevenage.

Part of the Stevenage team was Ray Peacock, who later played 279 first team matches for the Lilywhites.

Southern League Cup

31.8.1965              Cambridge City 2 - 0 Stevenage Town                                          Round One 1st Leg                                     Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Eddie Bailham

6.9.1965                Stevenage Town 1 - 0 Cambridge City                                          Round One 2nd Leg                                       Cambridge win 2 - 1 on aggregrate

Southern League Premier

26.8.1967              Stevenage Town 3 - 0 Cambridge City

23.12.1967            Cambridge City 4 - 2 Stevenage Town                                                                                                                    Scorers for Lilywhites were Spears, McGeorge, Stevens and McVittie

Eastern Professional Floodlit League

14.2.1967              Cambridge City 1 - 0 Stevenage Town                                                                                                                  Matt McVittie scored the only goal of the match for the Lilywhites.

6.8.1967                Stevenage Town 2 - 0 Cambridge City

Ray Peacock

Stevenage Athletic

Founded in 1968 after the demise of Stevenage Town, Stevenage Athletic used the old Town ground in Broadhall Way. After they were dissolved in 1976, their ground was dug up due to the Council selling it to a local businessman.

Eastern Professional Floodlit League

25.9.1968              Stevenage Athletic 1 - 3 Cambridge City                                                                                                                Goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Denton, McVittie and Banson.

19.3.1969              Cambridge City 4 - 0 Stevenage Athletic                                                                                                            Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Cartwright (2), Spears and Banson

9.12.1969              Stevenage Athletic 1 - 1 Cambridge City                                                                                                                   The Cambridge City goal was scored by Spears

17.12.1969            Cambridge City 1 - 0 Stevenage Athletic                                                                                                                Bannister scored the only goal of the match for the Lillywhites

3.2.1970                Cambridge City 2 - 0 Stevenage Athletic                                                                                                                    The goals for the Lilywhites came from Bannister and an own goal.

2.3.1970                 Stevenage Athletic 3 - 1 Cambridge City                                                                                                                  Parks scored the Lilywhites' goal.

5.1.1971                 Cambridge City 3 - 2 Stevenage Athletic                                                                                                              Goals scored for the Lilywhites were scored Rex, Griffin and Hunter.

1.3.1971                 Stevenage Athletic 0 - 1 Cambridge City                                                                                                                    A penalty by Smith was the only goal of the match.

6.2.1972                  Cambridge City 1 - 0 Stevenage Athletic                                                                                                              Knight scored the only game of the match for the Lilywhites.

16.4.1972                Stevenage Athletic 2 - 2 Cambridge City                                                                                                               Scorers for the Lilywhites were Bailham and Marshall.

10.12.1974              Cambridge 4 - 0 Stevenage Athletic                                                                                                                       The four goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Heffer (2), Newell and Moden

3.3.1975                   Stevenage Athletic 2 - 3 Cambridge City                                                                                                            Goals scored for the Lilywhites were by Haylock, Moden and Martin.

F.A. Trophy

14.11.1970               Stevenage Athletic 0 - 3 Cambridge City                                     2nd Qualifying Round                                Elliott, Bannister and Hunter scored for the Lilywhites

Southern League Cup

19.12.1972            Cambridge City 1 - 1 Stevenage Athletic                                       Round 3                                                      James scored for the Lilywhites

28.12.1972            Stevenage Athletic 0 - 2 Cambridge City                                       Round 3 Replay                                        Bailham and Jones scored for the Lilywhites.

Stevenage Borough (now Stevenage A.F.C.)

Founded in 1976 after the bankrupcy of Stevenage Athletic Football Club, they originally used pitches in the King George V Playing Fields before moving to Broadhall Way after the Council had re-purchased old football ground in 1980. In 2010 they were renamed Stevenage A.F.C.

F.A. Trophy                                                                                                                          

21.11.1987            Cambridge City 2 - 1 Stevenage Borough                                      Third Qualifying Round                          Grogan and Finney scored for the Lilywhites.

F.A. Cup

16.9.1989                Stevenage Borough 3 - 5 Cambridge City                                             First Qualifying Round                      Goals for the Lilywhites were by Grogan (2), Fallon, Wilkin K, as well as an own goal.