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On This Day
15th May
  • 1940: Vickers 1 Woking 2, with the Battle of Britain about to begin, Woking beat the workers team of the Vickers aircraft factory at Weybridge.
  • 2007: Tom Hutchinson and Liam Marum sign 2 year contracts with the club, whilst Danny Bunce signs on a 1 year deal.
14th May
  • 1927: A record crowd of 7,000 at Josephs Rd Guildford watch Woking take the Surrey Senior Cup home for the second time in our history with a 3-0 win over Redhill.
  • 1955: Cambridge City 2 Woking 7 in the Addenbrooke Hospital Cup.
  • 1967: Woking legend Lloyd Wye was born.
  • 1995: Woking 2 Kidderminster Harriers 1. An Extra time winner from Colin Fielder brings the FA Trophy back to Kingfield for the second year running.
  • 2006: FA Trophy final at West Ham's Boleyn Ground. Grays Athletic beat Woking 2Ė0, through goals from Dennis Oli and Glenn Poole,
13th May
  • 1978: Benjamin Charles Abbey was born in Pimlico.
  • 2016: John Goddard signs for Swindon Town for an undisclosed fee.
12th May
  • 1951: Cambridge City 1 Woking 1, a crowd of 5,000 watched this Addenbrooke Hospital Cup game.
  • 1956: Woking 1 Tooting & Mitcham 0. The Cards win the Surrey Senior Cup for the 3rd time. Played at Dulwich Hamlet in front of a crowd of 5,100, gate receipts £488.
  • 1966: Wealdstone 2 Woking 3 in the Isthmian League.
  • 2019: Woking 1 Welling United 0, the Cards are promoted back to the Conference National at the first time of asking in the play off final at Kingfield in front of 4,865.
11th May
  • 1935: Woking 0 Kingstonian 2 in the Surrey Senior Cup Final played at Dulwich in front of 3,500.
  • 1940: With the Battle of Britain about to start in the skies above southern England. Woking drew 2-2 with Wimbledon in the Surrey Senior Cup Emergency Competition Semi Final first leg at Dulwich Hamlet's ground in front of a crowd of 2,500.
  • 1946: Woking 0 Sutton United 1. Surrey Senior Cup Final at Kingstonian's Richmond Road ground, watched by a crowd of 6,000.
  • 1957: Woking 4 Wimbledon 2. The Cards win the Surrey Senior Cup for the 4th time at Crystal Palace in front of 4,500.
10th May
  • 1994: Woking win the Surrey Senior Cup for the 7th time 3-1 against Sutton United at Kingstonian. Mark Tucker, Darran Hay and Scott Steele score for Woking.
  • 2009: Woking FC appoint Jimmy Dack as Assistant Manager to Graham Baker.

A huge thanks to Mark Doyle for compiling the information for this feature!

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