The Lilywhites first played Stourbridge, who were founded in 1876 as Stourbridge Standard, in 1975.
Southern League Premier (NL 1)
8.2.1975 Cambridge City 1 - 2 Stourbridge Cambridge City team: Pat Murray, Keith Moore, Paul Heffer, Malcolm Keenan, Roger Crane, John Duncliffe, Pat Kane, Martin Murray, David Ripley, Ray Elliott and Lester Newell. After a goal less first half, the Lilywhites conceded goals in the 56th and 58th to go 2 nil down. They then managed to pull one back from Paul Heffer but could not get a second.
19.4.1975 Stourbridge 0 - 0 Cambridge City
3.1.1976 Cambridge City 2 - 3 Stourbridge Scorers for the Lilywhites were Martin and Newell.
3.4.1976 Stourbridge 0 - 2 Cambridge City Goals scored for the Lilywhites were by Duguid and Jolley. It was Duguld only goal for the Lilywhites.
Southern League North (NL 2)
8.3.1977 Cambridge City 2 - 0 Stourbridge Noble and Mahoney scored for the Lilywhites.
19.4.1977 Stourbridge 0 - 3 Cambridge City Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Murray, Doyle and Mahoney.
1.10.1977 Cambridge City 2 - 0 Cambridge City Doyle and Martin scored for the Lilywhites.
25.2.1978 Stourbridge 2 - 2 Cambridge City Goals scored for the Lilywhites by Mahoney and Kearns.
7.10.1978 Cambridge City 0 - 1 Stourbridge
16.12.1978 Stourbridge 4 - 1 Cambridge City Simmons scored for the Lilywhites.
Southern League Midlands (NL 2)
10.11.1979 Cambridge City 3 - 2 Stourbridge Doyle scored two of the goals (one a penalty) and Lenarduzzi. The latter scoring his only goal for the Lilywhites.
15.12.1979 Stourbridge 1 - 2 Cambridge City Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Simmonds.
22.11.1980 Stourbridge 1 - 0 Cambridge City
3.1.1981 Cambridge City 0 - 4 Stourbridge
15.9.1981 Stourbridge 2 - 0 Cambridge City
2.1.1982 Cambridge City 0 - 1 Stourbridge
Match postponed due to heavy snow
Southern Prmier (NL 3)
8.11.2008 Cambridge City 2 - 0 Stourbridge Cambridge City team: Zac Barrett, Ben Nunn, Lee Chaffey, Dave Theobald, Mark Smith, Stephen Smith, Scott Neilson, Adie Cambridge, Ramon Calliste, Neil Midgley and Ashley Fuller. Subs used were Roach, Matt Haniver and Sharp. Goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Stephen Smith and Ramon Calliste.
7.3.2009 Stourbridge 3 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Barrett, Haniver, James Krause, Chaffey, Mark Smith, Robbie Nightingale, Neilson, Cambridge, Steve Gentle, Michael Frew and Neil Midgley. No subs were used. Michael Frew scored on his debut, having just signed from Kings Lynn.
26.1.2010 Cambridge City 6 - 1 Stourbridge Cambridge City team: Barrett, John Kennedy, Krause, Theobald, Chaffey, Nightingale, Midgley, Cambridge, Gentle, John Frendo and Ashley Fuller. Subs used were Paul Bexfield for Fuller, Lee Brennan for Gentle and Tony Burke for Nightingale. Scorers for the Lilywhites were Theobald (2), Midgley (2 - one of which was a penalty), Gentle and Frendo.
2.2.2010 Stourbridge 3 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge city team: Barrett, Kennedy, Krause, Theobald, Chaffey, Nightingale, Burke, Cambridge, Gentle, Frendo and Midgley. Ricky Miller, who had been signed from Stamford, came on to make his debut in the place of Frendo. Scorer for the Lilwyhites was Midgley in the 25th minute. It was his fifth goal in four games.
4.9.2010 Cambridge City 3 - 0 Stourbridge Cambridge City team: Barrett, Joey Abbs, Krause, Theobald, Chaffey, Kennedy, Burke, Hammond, Kolodynski and Fuller. Subs used were Midgley, Nightingale and Elenge. Scorers for the Lilywhites were Cambridge, Kolodynski and Theobald.
15.1.2011 Stourbridge 3 - Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Barrett, Liam Nicell, Krause, Theobald, Chaffey, Kennedy, Fuller, Nightingale, Hammond, Abbs and Luke Robins. Subs used were Burke, Kolodynski and Cambridge.
20.8.2011 Cambridge City 0 - 0 Stourbridge Cambridge City team: Barrett, Nicell, O'Donnell, Theobald, Lacey, Cambridge, Abbs, Nightingale, Hammond, Midgley and Robbins. Subs used were Chaffey for Nicell and Ogbonna for Cambridge.
6.12.2011 Stourbridge 1 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Barrett, Islam, Chaffey, Theobald, Hudson, Cambridge, Abbs, Nightingale, Kelly, Yamfam and Gould. Subs used were Hammond for Kelly and Savalnieks for Yamfam. Abbs scored for the Lilywhites.
1.12.2012 Cambridge City 2 - 2 Stourbridge Cambridge City team: Barrett, Tom Pepper, James Brighton, Theobald, Chaffey, Nightingale, Luke Allen, David Prada, James Bryant, Adam Marriott and Ieuan Lewis. Subs used were Midgley, Cambridge and Smith. Scorers for the Lilywhites were Brighton and Marriott.
6.4.2013 Stourbridge 4 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Danny Blanchett, Theobald, Chaffey, Nightingale, Lewis, Prada, Craig Calver, Marriott and Fuller. Subs used were Midgley, Will Lawton and Hurst. Marriott scored for the Lilywhites.
13.11.2013 Cambridge City 2 - 1 Stourbridge Cambridge City team was Zac Barrett, Tom Pepper, James Brighton, Will Lawton, Lee Chaffey, Jackson Ramm, Luke Allen, Josh Beech, Adam Marriott, Nick Beasant and Abbs. Subs used were Ben Farrell and John Dawkin. Scorer for City was Dawkin. Crowd 241
22.3.2014 Stourbridge 3 - 2 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Beasant, Chaffey, Beech, Robbie Burns, Louis Lee, Kelvin Bossman, Adam Marriott and Sam Kelly. The Lilywhites came away from Stourbridge without any points despite two very late goals by Adam Marriott. Stourbridge, who were by far the better of the two teams for most of the game, had gone three up thanks to a hat-trick by Luke Benbow before Marriott scored the first of his two goals in the 88th. His second came from the penalty spot in the fourth minute of injury time. Victory for Stourbridge saw them move above the Lilywhites into 4th place in the league. Those two goals by Adam Marriott saw him break Eddie Bailham's record of the most league goals in a season. Eddie having scored 32 goals in the 1965/66 season.
11.1984 Cambridge City 2 - 5 Stourbridge Played at Soham, the Stourbridge side include former Cambs Schoolboy, Willie Carr. Who had played for Coventry, Wales and Scotland. He is well remember for how he flicked the ball up for Eddie Hunt to volley home a free kick.