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Bass Charity Vase

Bass Charity Vase
Founded 1889
Region England
Current champions Burton Albion (2013)
Most successful club(s) Derby County (17 titles)
Website [1]

The Bass Charity Vase is an association football tournament founded in 1889 in Burton upon Trent to raise funds for medical and hospital charities. The trophy was donated by the Bass Brewery.[1] The first final was played in 1890 and was won by Derby County, who remain as of 2013 the most successful club, with 17 titles.

The current champions are Burton Albion, who beat Derby County in the 2013 final.[2]

Most titles

Winners up to and including 2009 are sourced to the competition's website;[3] more recent winners are individually sourced.

Club Wins Last final won
Derby County 17 2010[4]
Burton Albion 12 2013[2]
Burton All Saints/Town 11 1940
Gresley Rovers 7 (incl. 1 shared) 1989 Centenary
Notts County 6 2005
Newhall United 6 (incl. 2 shared) 1974
Leicester Fosse/City 5 1982
Stoke City 5 1998
Stapenhill 5 (incl. 1 shared) 1966
Burton Swifts 3 1900
Burton United 3 1910
Coventry City 3 1919
Nottingham Forest 3 2002
West Bromwich Albion 3 2003
Aston Villa 2 1894
Kingsbury Colliery 2 1946
1st R.F.R. Royal Artillery 2 1942
Derby Corinthians 2 1948
Rawdon Colliery Welfare 2 1963/64
Ibstock Penistone Rovers 2 1969
Burton Wanderers 1 1895
Liverpool 1 1897
Chesterfield 1 1901
Dudley 1 1906
Overseal Swifts 1 1912
Workers Union (Burton) 1 1915
Coalville Munition Girls 1 1918
Tamworth Castle 1 1927
Birmingham 1 1928
Mansfield Town 1 1935
Tamworth 1 1937
Kidderminster Harriers 1 1939
Pegson's Athletic 1 1945
Moira United 1 1947
Whitwick Colliery 1 1951
Wilmorton & Alvaston 1 1960
Enderby Town 1 1972


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