Sudbury

Sudbury Town

Founded in 1885 Sudbury Town, who in 1999 merged with Sudbury Wanderers, originally played in Belle View Park until they moved in 1891 to share with the Cricket Club in Friar's Street and it was here that they were playing when the Lilywhites played them in the Bury & District League.

Bury & District League

18.10.1909                   Cambridge Town 1 - 0 Sudbury Town                                                                                                              The Lilywhites first match in the Bury & District League, saw Halls scoring the winning goal at Purbeck Road.

22.1.1910                      Sudbury Town 1 - 5 Cambridge Town                                                                                                        Scorers for the Lilywhites were Richardson, Coe, Copeland (2) plus an own goal.

29.10.1910                    Sudbury Town 3 - 4 Cambridge Town                                                                                                          Taylor, Halls, Copeland and Richardsin from a penalty were the Lilywhite goalscorers.

14.1.1911                      Cambridge Town 2 - 1 Sudbury Town                                                                                                           Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Ellis.          

2.12.1911                      Cambridge Town 7 - 1 Sudbury Town                                                                                                        Scorers for the Lilywhite: Richardson (3), Coe (3) and Halls

16.3.1912                      Sudbury Town 0 - 3 Cambridge Town                                                                                                            The goals for the Lilywhite were from Coe and Halls (2). Sudbury Town did not play in the Bury & District League again to 1919. 

31.1.1919                      Cambridge Town 11 - 0 Sudbury Town                                                                                                    Played at St John's College, Vic Watson scored his last goals for the Lilywhites before signing for West Ham. As well as his hat-trick there were hat-tricks for Phypers and Allen. The other two goals were scored by Rowell.

3.4.1920                         Sudbury Town 0 - 8 Cambridge Town                                                                                                           The goals for the Lilywhites were scored by W Cornwell (4), Cousins (2), Kirby and Rae

Amateur Football Alliance Senior Club

23.10.1909                 Cambridge Town 4 - 1 Sudbury Town                                                             2nd Qualifying Round              Goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Doig, Stokes, Flack and Coe.

In 1952 they left Friar's Street for the Priory Stadium, as they wished to progress as a club, and this remained their home until the merger in 1999.

Southern League Premier

17.1.1995                     Sudbury Town 1 - 2 Cambridge City                                                                                       Cambridge City team: Kevin Murray, Chris Tovey, Mark Scott, Colin Vowden, Andy Beattie, Crow, Neil Pope, Gary Roberts, John McLean, Keith Lockhart and Paul Coe. Scorer for City Pope (2)


15.4.1995                     Cambridge City 1-1 Sudbury Town                                                                                                    Cambridge City team: Kevin Murray, Gordon Retallick, Mark Scott, Colin Vowden, Steve Gawthrop,Keith Lockhart, Shaun Harrington, John McLean, Paul Coe, John Ashdijan and Neil Pope. Subs used were Andy Pincher and Andy Beattie. John McLean scored the City equalisher in the 89th minute.

F.A. Cup

21.9.1963                     Sudbury Town 2 - 4 Cambridge City

Southern League Cup

8.11.1994                     Cambridge City 2 - 3 Sudbury Town                                                                                                  Cambridge City team: Kevin Murray, Gordon Retallick, Wayne Goddard, Colin Vowden, Andy Beattie, Andy Pincher, Shaun Harrington, England, Gary Roberts, Neil Pope and Paul Coe. Subs used were John McLean and Steve Fallon. Scorers for City were Pope and Coe.      

A.F.C. Sudbury

A.F.C. Sudbury was founded as a result of the merger of Sudbury Town and Sudbury Wanderers in 1999, they used the old Sudbury Wanderer's King's Meadow Ground.