The Gloucestershire Cup was a football competition held on 99 occasions from the 1887-88 season until 1996.
It was originally a knockout tournament open to teams in Gloucestershire, but from 1907-08 became an annual match between the first teams of Bristol Rovers and Bristol City.
The Gloucestershire cup was created by Charles Lacy-Sweet from Clifton Association F.C. after a meeting in September 1887. Present at the meeting were representatives from Clifton Association, Eastville Rovers (later to become Bristol Rovers), Globe (a team made up of Old Elizabethans), Southville, and church teams St Agnes, St George and St Simon.
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Bristol City v Bristol Rovers matches
|90||2 December 1987||Bristol City||2-1||Held over from 1986/7|
|91||15 March 1988||Bristol City||3-1|
|92||17 August 1988||Bristol Rovers||3-0||Mehew, White|
|93||8 August 1989||Bristol Rovers||2-1|
|94||15 August 1990||Bristol City||4-1|
|95||17 August 1991||Bristol City||3-2||Purnell, Mehew (Rovers)|
|96||5 August 1992||Bristol Rovers||2-1||Cole (City), Mehew, Stewart (Rovers)|
|97||5 August 1993||Bristol Rovers||1-1||Clark (Rovers), Bryant (City)||Rovers won 5-3 on penalties|
|98||3 August 1994||Bristol Rovers||0-0||Rovers won 11-10 on penalties|
|99||17 August 1996||Bristol City||1-0||Goater|
- Byrne, Stephen; Jay, Mike (2003). Bristol Rovers Football Club - The Definitive History 1883-2003. Stroud: Tempus. ISBN 0-7524-2717-2.