"The History of the CSAA 1864 - 2023"

The CSAA Secretary Nick Hume has, with the assistance of others, produced a comprehensive history of the Civil Service Athletic Association. This page provides links to the many files associated with the history. Where better to begin than with Nick's Introduction & Overview? Click on the headings in the tables below for more historical information.


T&F 1864-1914
T&F 1919-1939
T&F 1947-2021
Committee & Honours
Race Walk Rep Matches
T&F Rep Matches
Cross Country Rep Matches
Historical Trophies
Historical Medals


10k Winners
Race Walking Winners
Indoor T&F Winners
Road Relay Winners
Cross Country Winners
T&F Champions 1864-1939
T&F Champions 1947-2023
Scottish T&F Winners
Masters T&F Records


Air Vice Marshal Sir William Sefton Brancker KCB AFC was killed in the Beauvais Airship disaster in 1930. The Sefton Brancker Trophy was first awarded in his memory in 1931 and is competed for each year by the RAF, Civil Service AA and Middlesex AA. Points are awarded for a track and field meeting in summer and an autumn/winter cross-country fixture, usually at RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire. The winning team is the one that gains the most combined points from both fixtures.

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