St Blazey Honours.
South Western league Winners. 13 Occasions
South Western league Runners up. 10 Occasions.
East Cornwall League Winners, 1 Occasion.
Cornwall Senior Cup Winners. 11 Occasions.
Cornwall Senior Cup Runners up.10 Occasions.
Charity Cup Winners. 5 Occasions.
Charity Cup Runners up. 1 Occasion.
South Western League Cup Winners. 3 Occasions.
South Western League Cup Runners up. 3 Occasions.
Throgmorton Cup Runners up. 1 Occasion.
Cornwall Junior Cup Winners. 2 Occasions.
Cornwall Junior Cup Runners up. 1 Occasion.
FA CUP Best Performance
Fourth Qualifying Round: 1998–99
FA Trophy Best Performance
First Round: 1970–71
FA VASE Best Performance
Fifth Round: 2002–03
Statistics and Records.
St Blazey are considered to be among the most successful clubs in Cornwall. Its first senior league title came in 1955 when the club became champions of the South Western League, a competition which they have won thirteen times in total, while they have finished as runners-up on another ten occasions. The club has also achieved considerable success in cup competitions, including the Cornwall Senior Cup, a competition which they first won in 1936. St Blazey have won the competition eleven times, with their most recent success coming in 2002. They have finished as runners-up on another ten occasions. The club’s most recent success came in 2007 when they won the South Western League and the Cornwall Charity Cup.
The club’s first silverware of note came in 1909, while it was still competing at Junior level, when St Blazey won the Cornwall Junior Cup. A competition it would win again the following year. The club has entered all but one edition of the FA Cup since 1950, and the FA Vase since 1984. They also competed in the FA Trophy during the 1970s. The club held a notable record following their unbeaten South Western League season in 2002. The club went 75 matches unbeaten in league competition, which was a record for English football at senior level until it was bettered two years later by AFC Wimbledon, who competed in the Isthmian League at the time.