CHAIRMAN 
R.J.Aston

GENERAL SECRETARY
R.W.Malin

TREASURER
P.Cox

PRESS OFFICER
K.Monks
FORTHCOMING EVENTS
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            CHARITIES SUPPORTED
The RAFA Club, The Coventry & District Amateur Footballers Welfare Fund,  Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air AmbulanceThe Life Path Trust

Bermuda & Stockingford Intensive Care Support, Mary Ann Evans Hospice, Community Broadcasting Services(Coventry), Coventry Deaf Sports and Social Club, Sycamore Counselling Services, The Acorn's Children's Hospice, The Island Project School, Coventry Resource Centre For The Blind, Zoe's Place, Mercia Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre and the RSPCA.
FULL COMMITTEE:  

Martin Banbury (President)

Richard Aston (Chairman)

Peter Ashby (Vice Chairman)

Peter Cox (Treasurer)

Russ Malin (Secretary)

David Kite (Fundraising)

Kev Monks (Press)

OTHER MEMBERS OF GENERAL COMMITTEE

Roger Perry

Roy Watts

Roger Kellam

Matthew Kite

John Gleason

Alan Crouch

                                             The Coventry Charity Football Cup

Under the original name of the Coventry Nursing Cup, the Competition was founded in 1907 with a donation of a magnificent trophy given by the Coventry Nursing Trust, to combine the dual function of providing competitive football with the raising of money in aid of local charities.   

The change of name to the Coventry Charity Cup was enforced by legislation involving the countries Health Service in the post war years.

The cup is believed to be the largest cup in the Coventry area, when mounted on the plinth it stands some 41 inches high and has the capacity of four and a half gallons of liquid refreshment to quench the winning team's thirst.

COVENTRY CHARITY FOOTBALL CUP
              Founded 1907 (formerly the Coventry Nursing Football Cup
                                                  President: M.Banbury
Jimmy James
Chairman Richard Aston With The Les James Cup
COVENTRY NURSING CUP FINAL 1914 Report. With thanks to Mike Young
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