Liverpool v Notts County

September 9, 1895 The visit of the Liverpool team to Nottingham on Saturday roused great enthusiasm, and the weather being of the finest nature, a large gate, numbering 7,000 to 8,000 assembled to welcome the visitors. Owing to Trent Bridge ground being engaged for cricket, the Notts County […]

Liverpool v Celtic

September 4, 1894 The usual adverse luck which has up to the present followed the footsteps of the Liverpool club was in no way varied last evening, when the climatic condition at the opening of the ground was of the worst possible nature. Naturally the audience was not […]

New stand at Bramall Lane

September 2, 1895 The new stand erected at Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) will be ready for use in this evening’s match. It will not be quite completed in all arrangements, and I understand that later on there will be three prices of admission thereto. It is a large […]

Liverpool F.C. practice match at Anfield

August 29, 1895 The last practice match of the players of the Liverpool Club took place at the Anfield ground before a large number of spectators. The teams were as follows: Whites: Whitehead, goal; Goldie and Hope Robertson (Police Athletic), backs; Ford (Police Athletic), Holmes and Parry (Casuals), […]

Picnic for the Liverpool Football Club

August 24, 1895 The annual picnic of the committee, players and friends of the Liverpool Football Club took place on Saturday last. A party numbering about 50 in all, left the Sandon Hotel about two p.m. in waggonettes, and arrived at Eastham’s Victoria Recreation Grounds, Ormskirk, about four […]

The annual picnic postponed

August 10, 1895 The Liverpool F.C. picnic is unavoidably postponed to the 24th inst, and as the date will land us within a few days of the opening of the football season, the usual stimulating words of their club’s president, Mr. John Houlding, might bear good fruit, (Cricket […]

New players for Derby County

August 7, 1895 Both Jimmy Stevenson and John Miller are Clyde men, and played for that famous Scotch team last season. Miller is a forward of exceptional ability, and can play either centre or inside left. He has played both for Sunderland and The Wednesday. When he left […]

Football transfers

July 29, 1895 Forwards: Alex Bell, from Parkhead to Bury; John Aitken, from Dumfries to Newton Heath; George Allan, from Leith Athletic to Liverpool; Sammy Mills, from Derby County to Woolwich Arsenal; Bob Gray, from Aston Villa to Grimsby Town; Jock Sorley, from Blackburn Rovers to Burton Swifts; […]