Kent FA reschedule County finals
Kent FA reschedule County finals

The Kent FA have confirmed the remaining Cup Final dates for 2019-2020 with all of the 2020-21 fixtures having been cancelled due to the pandemic.

The 2019-20 games were called off last March with a small number having already been staged, but the remainder will now be scheduled over the coming weeks and months.

The Kent FA runs 29 County Cup competitions each season, providing competitive football for boys and girls of all ages and for males and females of all abilities; along with their showpiece Kent Senior Cup, the Kent Women’s Cup and Kent Senior Trophy.

Given the challenging year the world has recently faced, these remaining County Cups will be more important than ever to unite thousands of football fans across Kent through the “Magic of the Cup”.

  • Wednesday 19th May – Intermediate Cup Final at Whitstable Town FC 7.45pm
  • Saturday 22nd May – Junior ‘C’ Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 12.30am
  • Saturday 22nd May – Junior ‘A’ Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 4.30pm
  • Tuesday 25th May – Women’s Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 7.45pm
  • Friday 28th May – Challenge Shield Final at Chatham Town FC 8.15pm
  • Sunday 30th May – U18 Boys Cup Final at Chatham Town FC 2.30pm
  • Tuesday 1st June – U16 Girls Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 7.45pm
  • Friday 4th June – Women’s Plate Final at Maidstone United FC 7.45pm
  • Saturday 5th June – Junior ‘B’ Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 11.00am
  • Saturday 5th June – Veterans Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 3.00pm
  • Sunday 13th June – Sunday Junior Trophy Final at Ashford United FC 10.30am
  • Sunday 20th June – Sunday Junior Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 10.30am
  • Sunday 20th June – Sunday Premier Cup Final at Maidstone United FC 2.30pm
  • Sunday 15th August – Senior Trophy Final at Maidstone United FC 2.00pm***
  • TBC – Senior Cup Final

The Kent Senior Cup final, the most prestigious competition run by the Kent FA and currently held by Maidstone United Football Club, will be confirmed shortly so keep an eye out for all the details.  

The Kent FA have issued their thanks to all their affiliated clubs for their patience whilst they try and finish the 2019-20 season Cup competitions and wish all teams the best of luck for the upcoming season.

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