The Norfolk Sunday Intermediate Cup competition began back in the 1965-66 season.
Taverham were the first Club to lift the trophy with a 3-1 victory over Tunstead Reserves. Only two teams have ever successfully defended the trophy, something achieved by Shropham who defeated Granada AA 2-0, following an initial drawn game in the 1980-81 season, which was followed up by 1-0 win over Hull YCOB in the 1981-82 season.
The second team to win the competition back to back was East Tuddenham Sunday who defeated Mundesley 4-3 in the 1990-91 Final before beating Wimbotsham Reserves 1-0 the following season.
The largest ever margin of victory in a Norfolk Sunday Intermediate Cup Final was initially set by Raynham in the 1988-89 season when they defeated Hellesdon High School Old Boys 6-0, a score line that was then matched by Splinters when they overcame Norfolk County Council Social Club in 2008-09. Despite 6-0 being the highest margin of victory the Final which saw the most goals came in 1975-76 as Wymondham Sunday beat Weeting Sunday 5-3 in an eight goal thriller.
At the opposite end of the scale there has only ever been one game in the Final of this competition which finished 0-0. This occurred in 1997-98 when Heathgate met Black Horse with the game ending a stalemate before the former emerged as 3-2 winners on penalties.
The current holders are Chilvers, who beat Bell Inn 6-1 in 2012-13.