1995/96 Cambridge City 0 - 1 Newport A.F.C.
Newport A.F.C. 1 - 2 Cambridge City
15.2.1997 Newport A.F.C. 1 - 0 Cambridge City
12.4.1997 Cambridge City 0 - 0 Newport A.F.C.
14.8.1999 Newport County 2 - 2 Cambridge City Both goals for City by Ian Cambridge
1.4.2000 Cambridge City 0 - 0 Newport County
30.11.1996 Cambridge City 1 - 1 Newport A.F.C.
Newport A.F.C. 4 - 1 Cambridge City
2004/05 Cambridge City 2 - 0 Newport County
Newport County 0 - 1 Cambridge City
2005/06 Newport County 0 - 2 Cambridge City
Cambridg City 0 - 2 Newport County
2006/07 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Cambridge City
Newport County 1 - 2 Cambridge City
28.4.2007 Newport County 1 - 2 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Danny Neisbitt, Craig Pope, Lee Chaffey, Glen Fuff, Ben Bowditch, Mark E'Beger, Neil Midgley, Michael Gash, Lee Roache and Charlie Henry. Subs used were Stuart Wall and Stuart Sinclair. Both goals for City were by Henruy in the 3rd and the 45th minute.
1.12.2007 Newport County v Cambridge City Match postponed
The original Newport County Football Club, who were founded in 1912, was a football league club from 1919 until they went out of business in 1989. During that period they played their home matches at Somerton Park but the new club, which was founded in 1989, was refused permission to use the old Somerton Park Ground for its first season because of the upaid debys of its predecessor. The reformed club, then known as Newport A.F.C., entered at first the Welsh League before in 1990 they joined the Southern League and eventually progressed into the Conference and the Blue Square Premier League. They were renamed as Newport County A.F.C. in 1999 and In 2013, they gained promotion to the Football League via the Play Off Final.
Newport County's Grounds:
Somerton Park, Newport 1912 - 1989
Lordon Road, Moreton-on-the Marsh 1989 - 1990
Somerton Park, Newport 1990 - 1992
Gloucester City F.C.'s Ground 1992 - 1994
Newport Stadium, Spytty Park, Newport 1994 - 2012
Rodney Parade, Newport 2012 -