The Football League Third Division North Cup
knockout competition open to teams competing in Division 3
of The Football League
. The competition was
first held in 1934 and ran until league football was suspended
during World War II
In the 1945-46 season
as the Football League
the transitional season between wartime and a return to peacetime
football the following campaign, much of the second half of the
season was taken up with the Division 3 North Cup. A lengthy
qualifying competition was followed by four rounds of two-legs,
ending with Rotherham United
in the final.
drew 2-2 at Millmoor, before
Rotherham won the return 3-2 at Sealand Road in front of 12,680.
The competition was
never played again.
The result of each year's final is given in the table below.