August 21, 1906
On Saturday next the Liverpool players will take their first public practice game. In consequence of the ground being a little incomplete, and for other reasons, the fixture will be held on the Tower grounds at New Brighton: kick off about four o’clock.
By winning the London Sheriff’s Shield, the directors of the Liverpool Football Club have distributed £100 between local charities. The proceeds of the opening game at New Brighton ground on Saturday, therefore, will be devoted to Wallasey charities.
(Liverpool Daily Post: August 21, 1906)