|Number of teams||44|
|Current champions||East Thurrock United|
|Most successful club(s)||Ilford|
|Website||Essex Senior Cup|
The Essex Senior Cup is a knock-out system football competition that has been running since 1884, and is the most prestigious cup competition in the county of Essex. The competition is run mainly for non-League clubs in the region, although league sides have been known to enter the competition, such as Colchester United, Dagenham & Redbridge, Leyton Orient and Southend United. Ilford have won the competition the most times, with 13 wins (their first victory came in 1888 and their most recent in 1954). The current holders are East Thurrock United, who beat Chelmsford City 3–1 in the 2019 final at the Jobserve Community Stadium.
The following shows a full list of winners and runners-up in the Essex Senior Cup since the knock-out competition was started in 1883.
|Score||Match went to extra time|
|Score||Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time|
Wins by club
|Rank||Club||Winner||Last win||Runner-up||Last losing final|
|18||Harwich & Parkeston||2||1936–37||10||1979–80|
|Dagenham & Redbridge||2000–01||2001–02|
|Redbridge Forest/Leytonstone & Ilford||1991–92||1987–88|
|26||Colchester/Colchester Town/Colchester Crown||1||1883–84||3||1899–1900|
|29||East Thurrock United||1||2018-19||1||2016-17|
|King's Royal Rifle Corps||1908–09||–|
|Great Eastern Railway (Romford)||–||1920–21|
|Great Wakering Rovers||–||2006–07|
|Somerset Light Infantry||–||1888–89|
|York and Lancaster Regiment||���||1896–97|
a The 2005–06 final was not played due to Chelmsford City and Braintree Town being removed from the competition following the abandonment of their semi-final in the second half. Waltham Forest beat Heybridge Swifts 3–0 in their semi-final.
- "BBC Essex Senior Cup". Essex FA. Retrieved 18 April 2016.