England Hockey Men's Championship Cup

The England Hockey Men's Championship Cup is a field hockey cup competition organised by England Hockey that features men's teams from England. The competition was originally known as the National Clubs Championship. The inaugural competition was won by Hounslow in 1971–72. It has also been known as the Hockey Association Cup and the EHA Cup.

England Hockey Men's Championship Cup
Inaugural season1971–72
AdministratorEngland Hockey
CountryEngland England
Most recent
champion(s)
Old Georgians
Most titlesReading
(10 titles)
Official websiteEngland Hockey Championships

FinalsEdit

National Clubs ChampionshipEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
1971–72 Hounslow [1] 3–0 Norwich Grasshoppers Crystal Palace
1972–73 Hounslow [2] 4–0 Bristol Colston's School, Bristol
1973–74 Southgate [3] 3–0 Bedfordshire Eagles Luton
1974–75 Southgate [4] 4–0 Nottingham Bestwood Park
1975–76 Nottingham [5] 2–1 Hounslow Hounslow
1976–77 Slough [6] 1–0 Beckenham Slough
1977–78 Guildford [7] 2–1 Slough Guildford
1978–79 Slough 3-1 Neston Slough
1979–80 Slough [8] 2–1 Guildford Guildford
1980–81 Slough [9] 2–1 Southgate Guildford
1981–82 Southgate [10] 2–1 Slough Walker Memorial Ground, Southgate
1982–83 Neston [11] 3–2 Slough St Albans

Hockey Association CupEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
1983–84 East Grinstead 1–0 Blackheath Willesden Sports Centre, Willesden
1984–85 Southgate [12] 2–1 Blackheath Willesden Sports Centre, Willesden
1985–86 Southgate [13] 3–0 Pickwick Willesden Sports Centre, Willesden
1986–87 Southgate [14] 3–2 Slough Old Loughtonians
1987–88 Southgate [15] 2–1 Hounslow Canterbury
1988–89 Hounslow [16] 2–1 Bromley Old Loughtonians
1989–90 Havant [17] 3–0 Stourport Luton
1990–91 Hounslow [18] 3–2 Havant Kenilworth Road
1991–92 Hounslow [19] 3–2 Teddington Kenilworth Road
1992–93 Hounslow [20] 4–1 Teddington Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Milton Keynes
1993–94 Teddington [21] 1–0 Old Loughtonians University of Birmingham
1994–95 Guildford [22] 4–1 Teddington Canterbury
1995–96 Reading [23][24] 2–2 [note 1] Old Loughtonians Milton Keynes
1996–97[25] Teddington 2–1 Reading Milton Keynes
1997–98 Cannock [26] 4–1 Beeston Milton Keynes
1998–99 Reading [27] 4–4 [note 2] Cannock Milton Keynes
Notes
  1. ^ Reading won 3–2 in a penalty shoot-out and after extra time
  2. ^ Reading won 5–4 in a penalty shoot-out and after extra time

EHA CupEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
1999–00 Reading [28] 3–2 Old Loughtonians Milton Keynes
2000–01 Guildford [29] 2–1 [note 1] Reading Milton Keynes
2001–02 Cannock [30][31] 7–0 Belper Milton Keynes
2002–03 Reading [32] 4–1 Cannock Canterbury
2003–04 Reading 2–1 Surbiton Cannock
2004–05 Cannock [33] 2–0 Loughborough Students Canterbury
2005–06 Reading 5–2 East Grinstead Reading
2006–07 Cannock [34] 1–0 East Grinstead Reading
2007–08 Beeston [35] 4–3 Bowdon Highfields Sports Club, Nottingham
2008–09 Reading [36] 3–1 Beeston Highfields Sports Club, Nottingham
2009–10 Beeston [37] 2–1 Hampstead & Westminster Highfields Sports Club, Nottingham
2010–11 Beeston [38] 6–2 Doncaster Cannock
2011–12 Beeston [39] 2–1 Hampstead & Westminster Cannock
2012–13 Surbiton [40] 3–1 Hampstead & Westminster Wakefield Hockey Club
2013–14 Cannock [41] 2–2 [note 2] Brooklands MU Highfields Sports Club, Nottingham
2014–15 Reading [42] 5–1 Surbiton Lee Valley
2015–16 Beeston [43] 3–0 Chichester Lee Valley
2016–17 Reading [44] 6–1 Canterbury Lee Valley
Notes
  1. ^ After extra time
  2. ^ Cannock won 5–4 in a penalty shoot-out

EH Men's Championship CupEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
2017–18 Reading [45][46] 2–2 [note 1] Beeston Lee Valley
2018–19 Bowdon 4-3 Canterbury Lee Valley
2019–20 Beeston[47] 9-1 [note 2] Fareham Nottingham Hockey Centre
2020–21 Oxted[48] 3-2 Bowdon Nottingham Hockey Centre
2021–22 Old Georgians[49] 3-0 Oxted Lee Valley
Notes
  1. ^ Reading won 4–2 in a penalty shoot-out
  2. ^ Final not held until 12 Sep due to COVID-19.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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