Banbury were formed in 1931 as Spencer Villa and became Banbury Spencer in 1934. They became Banbury United in 1964. Wolves only meeting with the Puritans in a senior competition came in the Birmingham Cup fourth round on 3 February 1987. Wolves won 1-0 at ‘The Stadium’ thanks to a Roger Eli strike. The first meeting between the two clubs came on 16 September 1935 in the Birmingham Combination. Wolves playing their home matches at the Bushbury Gas Works won 4-3. Wolves’ scorers were Flaherty, Chadwick and Len Astill with two. On 2 January 1937 Wolves won 8-1 with Joe Harvey – future manager of Newcastle United – netting a hat-trick. Banbury United were formed in 1931 as Spencer Villa and were known as Banbury Spencer from 1934 until 1965.
+ From 1947/48 all matches were played at Atherstone unless stated.
* Results not known.
Associated with both clubs
Cyril Beavon, Hugh Curran, Mick Kearns, Jesse Quinney, Johnny Skull, Andy Turner.