Cheshunt

Cheshunt (1880-1931)

The original Cheshunt Football Club were opponents of the Lilywhites in the Southern Amateur League. Founded in about 1880, they played their matches at the Albury Ride Ground until their landlords, Cheshunt Cricket Club, increased their rent in 1931 and as a result of this the club disbaned.

Southern Amateur League

20.9.1913                Cheshunt 0 - 3 Cambridge Town                                                                                                                           The Lilywhites first ever match in the Southern Amateur League, saw them win through goals by Whybro (2) and Brown

25.4.1914                Cambridge Town 3 - 3 Cheshunt                                                                                                                         Last match played at the Hills Road Bridge Ground. The Cambridge Town team was Olly Gawthrop, A Prigg, W Fishenden, A Taylor, J Hall, G Langley-Smith, Brown, George Coe, S Hetherington, Freddy Sizer and Hops Hall. The goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Hetherington, Coe and Halls.


Cheshunt (1946)

Founded in 1946, today's Cheshunt Football Club played at the Cheshunt Stadium in Theobalds Lane, Cheshunt.

East Anglian Cup

12.10.1976               Cambridge City 4 - 0 Cheshunt                                                       1975/76 Final (2nd Leg)