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150 years old and still going strong
Henley Town F.C. was founded in November 1871 and will be celebrating our 150 year in 2021 becoming the oldest club recognised by the Oxfordshire Football Association. Henley Town played in the early days of the FA Cup and were full members of the Football Association for several seasons.
In the early years of the twentieth century up to the First World War, Henley Town won the Oxfordshire Senior Cup five times and the Oxfordshire Charity Cup twice. In 1912/13, they won the Reading Temperance League’s top division and were runners-up the following season.
It was to be 20 years before further success came Henley’s way. Having been elected to the Spartan League in 1931, Town won Division Two (West) in 1933/34. In 1936/37 along with the Henley (Hospital) Charity Cup (a trophy they won 15 times in total) and the Oxfordshire Charity Cup, won for the third time, they were promoted from Division One to the Premier Division, alas, for only one season.
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