Associate Members Cup

A knockout competition between clubs in the lower Divisions of the Football League and more recently members of the Football Conference. The competition came about following the demise of the Football League Group Cup, won by Bournemouth in 1984. The first winners of the Associate Members Cup were Wigan Athletic who beat Brentford at Wembley in 1985. The crowd for the 1988 final between Wolves and Burnley is a World Record for a match between two League sides outside the top Division – a massive 80,841. Wolves lowest post war attendance 1,618  came in this competition against Torquay United in January 1986. Steve Bull scored his first goal for the club in this competition at Cardiff City in December 1986.

Freight Rover Trophy

1985/86 (P) Exeter City Away D 1-1
(P) Torquay United Home D 1-1
1986/87 (P) Cardiff City Away W 1-0
(P) Bournemouth Home W 4-3
(R1) Hereford United Home L 0-1


Sherpa Van Trophy

1987/88 (P) Swansea City Away D 1-1
(P) Bristol City Home W 3-1
  (R1) Brentford Home W 4-0
(QF) Peterborough United Home W 4-0
(SF) Torquay United Home W 1-0
(AF/1) Notts County Away D 1-1
  (AF/2) Notts County Home W 3-0
(F) Burnley Wembley W 2-0
1988/89 (P) Hereford United Away D 2-2
(P) Port Vale Home W 5-1
(R1) Bristol City Home W 3-1
(QF) Northampton Town Home W 2-1
(SF) Hereford United Away W 2-0
(AF/1) Torquay United Away W 2-1
(AF/2) Torquay United Home L 0-2


Johnstone’s Paint Trophy

2013/14 (1) Walsall Home D 2-2*
(2) Notts County Home D 0-0**

* Won 4-2 on penalties, ** Lost 3-1 on penalties.


Checkatrade Trophy

2016/17 (P) Chesterfield Away L 1-2
(P) Crewe Alexandra Away W 3-2
(P) Accrington Stanley Home W 4-0
(1) Sunderland U23 Home D 1-1*
(2) Swansea City U23 Away L 1-2

* Won 4-3 on penalties.