Liverpool F.C.’s fixtures for the 1894/95 season

May 29, 1894
At Anderton’s Hotel, London, the secretaries of the clubs in the first division of the Football League held their customary meeting yesterday for the arrangement of fixtures for the coming season:

1, Blackburn, Blackburn Rovers v. Liverpool.
3, Burnley, Burnley v. Liverpool.
8, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Aston Villa.
13, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Bolton Wanderers.
22, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Blackburn Rovers.
29. Wolverhampton, Wolves v. Liverpool.

6, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Sheffield United.
13, Everton, Everton v. Liverpool.
20, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Stoke.
27, Birmingham, Aston Villa v. Liverpool.

3, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Burnley.
10, Stoke, Stoke v. Liverpool.
17, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Everton.
24, Sunderland, Sunderland v. Liverpool.

1, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Wolves.
8, Sheffield, Sheffield United v. Liverpool.
15, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Small Heath.
22, Derby, Derby County v. Liverpool.
25, Bolton, Bolton Wanderers v. Liverpool.
29, Birmingham, Small Heath v. Liverpool.

1, Liverpool, Liverpool v. West Bromwich.
5, Sheffield, The  Wednesday v. Liverpool.
12, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Nottingham Forest.

9, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Derby County.
16, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Sunderland.
23, West Bromwich, West Bromwich v. Liverpool.
30, Liverpool, Liverpool v. The Wednesday.

6, Nottingham, Nottingham Forest v. Liverpool.
11, Preston, Preston North End v. Liverpool.
20, Liverpool, Liverpool v. Preston North End.

After the delegates of the first division had concluded their labours the secretaries of the second division met and arranged their fixtures for next season. Middlesbrough Ironopolis retired from the League, and their place has been taken by Rotherham Town.
(Source: Liverpool Mercury: May 30, 1894)

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