Histon, who's ground the Lilywhites started to share in 2013, have despite being near neigbours only played the Lilywhites in a few league matches with Histon.
Founded in 1903 they were originally the football of the local Histon Men's Institute, hence their nickname of 'The Stutes'. They originally played on a ground close to Impington Windmill and Histon Station, which had been provided by the Chivers family, before in 1925 moving to a new ground on the New Road Recreation Ground. The ground is today known as the Glasswordl Stadium. Having started in local leagues, they later went through a period of great sucess under the management of former Cambridge City Manager, Steve Fallon, and today the main stand is named after him.
Steve Fallon Stand (Cambridge City v Hemel Hempstead, 2013)
Conference South (NL 2)
26.12.2005 Histon 1 - 0 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Soar, Flynn, Lee Chaffey, Glen Fuff, Josh Simpson, Dobson, Lincoln, Dave Sadler, Robbie Simpson, and Dale Binns. Sub used by the Lilywhites were Booth for Dobson, Matt Langston for Soar and Gash for Binns. A crowd of 1,711.
2.1.2006 Cambridge City 3 - 1 Histon Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Craig Pope, Chaffey, Fuff, Langston, J Simpson, Flynn, Lincoln, R Simpson, Paul Booth and Binns. Subs used for the Lilywhites were Sadler for Booth and Mark Molesey for Flynn. Socrers for the Lilywhites, in front of a crowd of 1,542, were Booth, R Simpson and Binns.
30.12.2006 Cambridge v Histon Match abandoned aft 73 minutes after pitch became waterlogged following a downpour. Score then was 1 all with Craig Poper scoring the equlalisher for the Lilywhites.
20.2.2007 Cambridge City 0 - 1 Histon Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Pope, Danny Blanchett, Chaffey, Fuff, Ben Bowditch, Lincoln, Henry, Neil Midgley, Lee Roache and Staff. Subs used Michael Gash for Staff, Sinclair for Lincoln and Lewis Baillie for Bowditch.
3.4.2007 Histon 2 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Pope, Stuart Wall, Chaffey, Fuff, Mark E'beyer, Radford, Lincoln, Roache, Gash and Henry. Sub used for the Lilywhites was Sinclair. The Lilywhites goal was scored by Roache in front of a crowd of 1,383.
Danny Kelly's shot flies pass the Histon goalkeeper (August 25th, 2014)
Southern League Premier
25.8.2014 Cambridge City 6 - 0 Histon Cambridge City team: Zac Barrett, Tom Pepper, Charlie Day, Will Lawton, Lee Chaffey, Jodh Beech, Callum Donnelly, Adam Martin, Danny Kelly, Andrew Phillips and Josh Dawkin. Sus used were Ieuan Lewis for Donnelly, Jake Woolley for Josh Dawkin and Neil Midgley for Phillips. Played at the Glassworld Stadium, Cambridge City were completely dominate against a Histon team, who's ground they share. City went in front in the 10th minute when Danny Kelly beat the former City goalkeeper, Enol Ordonez, direct from a free kick after Josh Dawkin had been fouled. Three minutes later they were 2 up after Danny Kelly scored again. Former Histon player, Andrew Phillips made it three 21st before Histon were reduced to ten men after Eugene Libertucci was sent off after a two footed challenge on Callum Donnelly in the 34th minute. City failed to convert anymore chances in the first half, as Ordonez pulled off a number of fine saves for Histon. The second half saw City sit score three more goals: Andrew Phillips in the 60th, Jake Woolley in 82nd and then in the 84th minute Andrew Phillips completed his hat-trick. Jake Woolley was playing his last match for City, due to the fact he was finding the traveling distance from his home to Histon for matches and training to great. All in all, the match was clearly a case of the young Histon side not being able to cope with there more experience opponents, City's victory lifting them to 3rd in the table.
Amateur Football Alliance Invitation Cup
12.4.1954 Cambridge City 0 - 1 Histon
Cambs Invitational Cup
24.4.1952 Cambridge Town 1 - 1 Histon Semi-Final Bass scored for the Lilywhites in front of a crowd of 5,800
28.4.1952 Cambridge Town 2 - 1 Histon Semi Final Replay A crowd of 5,400 saw the Lilywhites win thanks to two goals by Bass.
20.4.1978 Histon 1 - 0 Cambridge City Final 1st Leg
2.5.1978 Cambridge City 1 - 0 Histon Final 2nd Leg Murray scores for the Lilywhites but they lose on penalties as aggregate scored was 1 all.
27.4.1984 Histon 1 - 2 Cambridge City Final Goals scored for the Lilywhites by French and Hancocks.
12.4.1989 Histon 0 - 1 Cambridge City Final The Lilywhites lift the cup thanks to a goal from Keith Lockhart from the penalty spot.
2003 Cambridge City 2 - 2 Histon Final Cambridge City win 8-7 on penalties
East Anglian League
9.12.1944 Cambridge Town 9 - 2 Histon Institute Scorers for the Lilywhites were MacDonald (3), Barnard (2), Taylor, Harmer and Buchan. There was also an own goal.
Peter Young scores his 3rd goal in East Anglian Cup (November 8th, 1959)
East Anglian Cup
21.4.1945 Cambridge Town 5 - 2 Histon Institute Area Final The scorers for the Lilywhites were Wakeman (3) and Barnard (2)
20.4.1946 Cambridge Town 5 - 1 Histon Institute Semi-Final Goals for the Lilywhites scored by Woods (2), Fergusson, Collins and J Gallego.
13.12.1958 Cambridge City 3 - 1 Histon Round One Scorers for the Lilywhites were Keeble and Gaynor
9.11.1959 Cambridge City 6 - 2 Histon Round One Cambridge City team: Bob Wilson, Jeff Suddards, Danny Crane, Ted Tarrent, John Bone, Ron Fergy, Jimmy Gaynor, Peter Youngs, Derek Weddle, Tommy Smith and Hamish McNeil. The goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Youngs (4) and Tarrant (2)
19.9.1959 Histon 1 - 4 Cambridge City 1st Qualifying Round Goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Graham, Gaynor and McNeil. There was also an own goal.
Histon Men's Institute about 1911
Pre Second World War Friendly Matches
13.9.1919 Cambridge Town 3 - 0 Histon Institute Played at Jesus College, Hutchinson scored two of the Lilywhites with Billy Phypers scoring the other.
28.9.1920 Histon Institute 2 - 6 Cambridge Town Goals scored for the Lilywhites were by Wordingham (4) and Rowell (2)
14.9.1944 Histon Institute 2 - 6 Cambridge Town Special Charity match in aid of the local home coming fund. Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Taylor (3), Barnard, Steer and J Gallego
20.1.1945 Histon Institute 0 - 6 Cambridge Town Originally scheduled as an East Anglian League match, only 10 Cambridge Town players and 9 Histon so it was classed as a friendly match instead. The match was abadoned after 70 minutes with the scorers for the Lilywhites being Udal (3), Gittens (2) and Barnard.
Histon Football team (September 14th, 1971) featuring Alan Doyle (seated second from the right) who also played for the Lilywhites.