Barking & East Ham
For two seasons Barking, who later merged with East Ham to become known as 'Barking & East Ham' were both Athenian League opponents of the Lilywhites and before that the two clubs had met only in cup games or in friendly matches.
Originally the Barking Working Lads Institute team, they became Barking Football Club 1902. They were also known as Barking Town from 1919 to 1932. For many years they played at Vicarage Field in Barking and it was here that they played the Lilywhites, In 1973 they moved to Mayesbrook Park in Dagenham and in 2001 they merged with East Ham to form a new club.
31.8.1950 Barking 2 - 3 Cambridge Town Played at Vicarage Field, the goalscorers for the Lilywhites were John Richardson (2) and Ted Bowd.
28.10.1950 Cambridge Town 1 - 4 Barking George Dean scored the Lilywhites goal.
15.9.1951 Cambridge City 1 - 1 Barking The 1950/51 season was the first season that the Lilywhites were know as 'Cambridge City' The goalscorer for the Lilywhites was Bass.
8.12.1951 Barking 5 - 2 Cambridge City The last league meeting between the two clubs as Barking joined the Isthmian League at the end of the season. Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Driver.
Addenbrookes Hospital Club
13.5.1939 Cambridge Town 1 - 2 Barking Cambridge Town team: C Eldsen, J Scrutton, G Parr, George Dean, Ron Saddington, S Cornwell, D Rowe, H Bullen, Freddie Barnard and H Clements, T Cranfield. The Lilywhites goal was scored by Cranfield.
17.5.1947 Cambridge Town 0 - 2 Barking
East Anglian Cup
20.4.1937 Cambridge Town 3 - 10 Barking Semi Final Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Len Hard (2) and Freddie Barnard.
F.A. Amateur Cup
25.2.1928 Barking Town 2 - 3 Cambridge Town 4th Round Played at Vicarage Field, Bennett, Knight and Bell scored for the Lilywhites. This was the first competitive meeting between the Lilywhites and Barking.
10.4.1925 Cambridge Town 1 - 2 Barking Len Wordinham scored for the Lilywhites in the first match between the Lilywhites and Barking.
8.9.1928 Cambridge Town 2 - 0 Barking The goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Luff and Bell.
Mayesbrook Park, Barking - Home of Barking after 1973 and also Barking & East Ham F.C.
Barking & East Ham
Founded in 2001, Barking & East Ham Football Club folded in 2006. They were never opponents of the Lilywhites.