November 8, 1897 These teams met at Anfield, on Saturday, for the first time this season. Liverpool were still without Archie Goldie, Frank Becton, and
November 8, 1897 A very interesting letter was received by Vice President Bryan at a committee meeting of the Arbroath Football Club on Monday last
November 6, 1897 International: Inter League, at Hyde Road (Manchester). English League – Irish League 8-1 (4-0). Attendance: 12,000. English League (2-3-5): Charles Williams (Manchester
November 6, 1897 Quick note: “Liverpool distinguished themselves in a somewhat surprising manner against Nottingham Forest, and, as a consequence, sustained their first defeat at
November 5, 1897 Yesterday afternoon at Manchester a special meeting of the English Football League was held for the purpose of taking into consideration the
November 3, 1897 Padiham journeyed to Liverpool, on Saturday, to see what they could do on the Anfield ground with the team they met on
November 3, 1897 The Sunderland Association League Club has received notice to quit their famous ground in the Newcastle-road, Sunderland. The notice is for six
November 2, 1897 During the progress of the Aston Villa and Liverpool match at Aston Lower Grounds, on Saturday, Detective-inspector Ravenhall and Detective-sergeant Whitcroft, of
November 1, 1897 Liverpool were in sore straits for their match with last year’s League champions, for to face the Villa on their own ground
November 1, 1897 Beautiful weather prevailed in Birmingham on Saturday, and fully 25,000 spectators put in an appearance at Villa Park to view this match.
October 30, 1897 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Padiham 7-0 (2-0). Liverpool (2-3-5): Willie Donnelly, Bennett, Patrick Gray, Harry Mainman, Archie Goldie,
October 30, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Villa Park, kick-off: 15:00. Aston Villa – Liverpool 3-1 (2-0). Attendance: 25,000. Referee: Mr. J. Cowley.
October 30, 1897 Amateurs, Liverpool and District Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool ‘A’ – Hudson’s.
October 30, 1897 Liverpool Reserves v Padiham, Stanley Athletic Grounds. Kick off at three o’clock. The following will play for Liverpool Reserves – Willie Donnelly,
October 30, 1897 The League – Division 1. Liverpool v Aston Villa, Birmingham. Kick off at three o’clock. The following will play for Liverpool –
October 29, 1897 We understand that at a late hour last night negotiations were completed for the transfer of Thomas Bowman, the Blackpool left back,
October 29, 1897 Hugh Goldie, cousin of Archie Goldie, of the Celtic Club, has signed for Liverpool, and will play for them in their future
October 28, 1897 It is simply wonderful what fascination there is about football when the representatives of such clubs as Everton and Liverpool meet. I
October 27, 1897 The draw for the first round proper of Lancashire Cup took place at Blackburn Wednesday. Senior Cup, played on December 4: Everton
October 26, 1897 Alderman John Houlding was yesterday chosen by the Selection Committee of the Conservative Party in the Liverpool City Council for election to
October 25, 1897 Liverpool were again favoured with delightful weather for the first of their League engagements with Derby County, and another capital attendance witnessed
October 23, 1897 Match: Football League 1st Division, at Anfield, kick off: 15:15. Liverpool – Derby County 4-2 (2-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. J. Tunnicliffe.
October 23, 1897 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Bank Street. Newton Heath Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 1-2 (0-1). Newton Heath (2-3-5): Frank Barrett, Stevenson, Wedge +8.
Saturday, October 23 – 1897 Liverpool Amateurs v Stanley Victoria, at City-road, Walton. Kick-off at 3.30 p.m. The following will play for Liverpool Amateurs. –
October 23, 1897 Lancashire Combination. Liverpool Reserves v Newton Heath Reserves, at Manchester. Kick-off at three o’clock. The following will play for Liverpool Reserves. –