Founded as a result of the merger of Stowmarket St Peter and Stowmarket Ironsworks, they were origining known as Stowmarket Association F.C. They were disbaned due to finanicial problems at the end of the 1936/7 season. Played at Cricket Meadows in Stowmarket.
Bury and District League
23.1.1909 Stowmarket Town 2 - 2 Cambridge Town Scorers for the Lilywhites were Halls and Richardson from a penalty.
10.4.1909 Cambridge Town 3 - 1 Stowmarket Town Played at Purbeck Road. Goals for the Lilywhites were by Doig (2) and Halls
26.3.1910 Cambridge Town 2 - 1 Stowmarket Town Played at Purbeck Road. Coe and Halls scored for the Lilywhites in front of a large crowd.
9.4.1910 Stowmarket Town v Cambridge Town Fixture combined with Suffolk Senior Cup Final
5.11.1910 Stowmarket Town 1 - 0 Cambridge Town Flack scored for the Lilywhites.
15.4.1911 Cambridge Town 3 - 1 Stowmarket Town Played at Purbeck Road. Goals scored for the Lilywhites were by Sizer (2) and Halls
9.1.1912 Stowmarket Town 3 - 1 Cambridge Town Ambrose scores for the Lilywhites.
6.4.1912 Cambridge City 6 - 1 Stowmarket Town Stowmarket Town's own visit to the new Lilywhites Ground, the Hills Road Bridge Ground as they did not play in the Bury & District League the following year. Goals for the Lilywhites being by Halls (3), Sizer and Wigg (2).
Suffolk Senior Cup
9.4.1910 Stowmarket Town 0 - 0 Cambridge Town Final Played at Bury United
16.10.1910 Cambridge Town 3 - 0 Stowmarket Town Final Replay Played at Bury United, the Cambridge Town team was O Gawthrop, R Goodman, M Jenkins, G Thornton, J Richardson, F Coville, A Flack, G Coe, Sgt Copeland, R Doig and L Halls. In lifting their first trophy, the Lilywhites had to fight much hardier than scored reflected and in the first half Stowmarket had a goal disallowed for off side.In to the second half, Flack opened the scoring for the Lilywhites with a fierce shot before Doig and Copeland added the second and third.
East Anglian Cup
15.9.1934 Stowmarket Town 2 - 5 Cambridge Town Four of the goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Sid Melling, while the other was an own goal.
Stowmarket Football Club
Founded just after the Second World War by Stowupland Corinithians F.C. after they moved to the Cricket Meadows at Stowmarket. In 1947 they went through a number of name changes. First during the summer they became known as Stowmarket Corinithians before in August they were re-named Stowmarket Town. Though shortly afterwards, having taken legal advice, they changed their name again to plain Stowmarket F.C. In 1983 they were to become Stowmarket Town again and twelve months later they moved to Greens Meadow.
East Anglian Cup
4.3.1958 Cambridge City 1- 2 Stowmarket 2nd Round The Lilywhites's goal was an own goal.
19.9.1961 Cambridge City 8 - 0 Stowmarket 1st Round The goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Moore (a hat-trick), Gavin (2), Banks (2) and Salt
29.9.1964 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Stowmarket 1st Round Pearce and Bircumshaw scored for the Lilywhites.