Having been opponents of the Lilywhites since the Lilywhites entered the Anthenian League, it was the Lilywhites who were the last to be entertained at the old Wealdstone Ground, Lower Mead. They were then forced to go through a period of ground shares before in 2008 they moved to the Grosvenor Vale Stadium in Ruislip, as the result of their chairman and vice chairman becoming major shareholders of the Ruislip Manor Sports and Social Club. Wealdstone's former Lower Mead Ground having been sold by the then Club Chairman to Tesco to help stay in existence.
Founded at the beginning of the 1899/1900, Wealdstone having in the past played their home matches at:Headstone Drive and Marlborough Hill, Wealdstone, New College Field (1903-05 and 1909-10), Wealdstone Recreation Ground (1905-09), Belmont Road (1911-22), Lower Mead (1922-91), Vicarage Round (ground share with Watford 1991-93), The Warren (ground share with Yeading 1993-96), White Lion Ground (ground share with Edgware 1996-2005) and Chestnut Ave Ground (ground share with Norwood F.C. from 2005 to 2008). They had at one time looked to move to a new stadium in the Prince Playing Fields, Canon's Park, Wealdestone and having got planning permission, it was scrapped after the developers went bust.
2.9.1950 Cambrisge Town 1 - 0 Wealdstone Right winger, Teddy Bowd scores the only goal of the match for the Lilywhites.
4.11.1950 Wealdstone 4 - 0 Cambridge Town
1.3.1952 Canbridge City 1 - 2 Wealdstone The scorer for the Lilywhites was Bass.
8.3.1952 Wealdstone 2 - 1 Cambridge City Despite Rutherford scoring for the Lilywhites, Wealdstone do the double over them.
23.8.1952 Cambridge City 1 - 4 Wealdstone Turner scores for the Lilywhites as they are well beaten.
22.11.1952 Wealdstone 2 - 0 Cambridge City For the second year running, Wealdstone do the double over the Lilywhites.
6.2.1954 Cambridge City 3 - 1 Wealdstone Two goals by Turner and one by Platts give the Lilywhites all the points.
27.2.1954 Wealdstone 4 - 0 Cambridge City
19.2.1955 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Wealdstone Smart and Turner score for the Lilywhites.
3.4.1955 Wealdstone 0 - 1 Cambridge City Thanks to a goal by Young, the Lilywhites beat Wealdstone away at the Lower Mead ground for the very first time.
26.11.1955 Wealdstone 3 - 0 Cambridge City
The Lower Mead Ground, home of Wealdstone F.C. from 1922 until 1991
3.3.1956 Cambridge City 2 - 3 Wealdstone Despite a brace from Ellis, Wealdstone do a season's double over the Lilywhites.
20.11.1956 Cambridge City 0 - 3 Wealdstone
16.2.1957 Wealdstone 4 - 3 Cambridge City Goals by Race (2) and Lovell are not enough to stop the Lilywhites from being beaten.
24.8.1957 Wealdstone 5 - 2 Cambridge City Voisey scores both the Lilywhites's goals as they are well beaten.
8.3.1958 Cambridge City 4 - 0 Wealdstone Ellis (2), Race and Vosiey score as the Lilywhites get revengue for defeat earlier in the season. The Lilywhites turn professional at the end of the season and as a result it is the last match between the clubs in the Anthenian League/
Southern League Premier
11.1.1975 Wealdstone 4 - 1 Cambridge City Murray was the Lilywhites scorer.
29.3.1976 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Wealdstone Martin scores the two goals for the Lilywhites.
27.9.1976 Cambridge City 4 - 1 Wealdstone An Alan Guild penalty plus goals by Murray (2) and George give the Lilywhites the points.
7.2.1977 Wealdstone 0 - 1 Cambridge City Newell scores the only goal of the game for the Lilywhites. The Lilywhites are relegated that season.
26.12.1988 Wealdstone 0 - 0 Cambridge City
27.3.1989 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Wealdstone Kevin Wilkin and Keith Lockhart score for the Lilywhites.
23.10.1989 Wealdstone 2 - 2 Cambridge City A penalty by Lockhart and one by Wilkin help the Lilywhites gain a point.
17.2.1990 Cambridge City 3 - 1 Wealdstone Ex Cambridge United due, Steve Spriggs (2) and Graham Daniels score as the Lilywhites gain a victory.
27.4.1991 Wealdstone 1 - 1 Cambridge City The last match played at the Wealdstone Ground, Lower Mead, sees the Lilywhites get a draw thanks to a goal by Keith Lockhart.
1.5.1991 Cambridge City 3 - 1 Wealdstone Grogan and Genovese score for the Lilywhites.
14.10.1978 Cambridge City 2 - 2 Wealdstone 1st Qualifying Round Dave Simmons scores both of the goals for the Lilywhites.
17.10,1978 Wealdstone 0 - 0 Cambridge City 1st Qualifying Round Replay
23.10.1978 Wealdstone 2 - 1 Cambridge City 1st Qualifying Round 2nd Replay The goal scorer for the Lilyewhites was Summons.
Southern League Cup
5.10.1971 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Wealdstone First Round 1st Leg First meeting between the two clubs as professional clubs. Stan Marshall scores both of the goals for the Lilywhites, one of which was from the penalty spot.
19.10.1971 Wealdstone 0 - 1 Cambridge City First Round 2nd Leg The Lilywhites win the tie on aggregrate 3- 1 with their goal in the second leg being scored by Hyde.
16.12.1975 Cambridge City 0 - 0 Wealdstone 3rd Round
10.1.1976 Wealdstone 2 - 0 Cambridge City 3rd Round Replay
The former Lower Mead Ground