Alan Turvey Trophy

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Alan Turvey Trophy
Founded 1975
Region  England
Current champions Billericay Town (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Sutton United (4 titles)
Website Isthmian League Website

The Alan Turvey Trophy,[1] formerly the Isthmian League Cup, and known as the Velocity Sports Trophy for sponsorship reasons, is a knock-out cup competition organised by the Isthmian League.

The competition has previously been known, again for sponsorship reasons, as the Robert Dyas Cup and the Ryman League Cup.

History

Isthmian League Chairman and President Alan Turvey was among the FA's "150 Grassroots Heroes" who were presented in 2013, during the 150-year celebrations of the Football Association, with a specially minted medal by Prince William.[2] In June 2015, Turvey stepped down from the League after nearly 60 years involvement with football.[1] The Isthmian trophy cup was renamed in his honour.

Winners

References

  1. ^ a b c "Spotlight On League Legend On Night Of Celebrations". Isthmian League website. 2015. 
  2. ^ "Royal Honour Humbles Modest Turvey", Isthmian League Website, 2913

External links

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