March 29, 1893 A meeting of the Executive of the Lancashire Association was held at the Neptune Hotel, Liverpool, last night, Mr. W. Forrest in
March 27, 1893 This, the last of the Lancashire League fixtures at Anfield, was played before 2,000 spectators on Saturday. Rossendale were fully represented, and
March 13, 1893 International: British Championship, at Victoria Grounds (Stoke). England – Wales 6-0 (2-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. J. Campbell (Scottish FA); linesmen: Messrs.
February 25, 1893 Match: Football League, First Division, at Thorneyholme Road, kick-off: 15:30. Accrington – Everton 0-3 (0-2). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. Fitzroy Norris (Derby).
February 6, 1893 A meeting of the Lancashire Association Council was held at the Shelley Arms, Preston, last night, when there was a large attendance
January 16, 1893 The colours of the League clubs are: Accrington, red; Aston Villa, claret and light blue; Bolton Wanderers, white; Burnley, claret and amber;
January 12, 1893 A meeting of the executive of Lancashire Football Association was held at Blackburn, the principal business being the draw for the first
August 3, 1892 Mr. R.P. Gregson, secretary, has supplied us with the following list of clubs, which have joined the association for the ensuing season:
February 29, 1892 Despite a lot of sinister rumours of £50 having been deposited and forfeited in consequence of non-fuldiment of agreement in signing the
October 10, 1891 In view of the specking of members of this club which is to be held on Monday to ‘’discuss the situation,” the
July 11, 1891 The Burnley Football Club have been in search of club colours for next season, which will have to be registered by the
Tuesday, December 30 – 1890 Kelly and McVean, of Clydebank, have arrived at Accrington this week, and signed for the Accrington Football Club. Kelly is
June 3, 1891 To those interested in the game of football and our footballers especially, whose exertions – though last Saturday scarcely as we should
Registered players for Accrington Football Club, season 1889-90: George Haworth, * registered as a Accrington F.C. player with the Football League: August 30, 1889; John
April 5, 1890 International, British Championships, at Hampden Park, kick-off: 15:40. Scotland – England 1-1 (1-1). Attendance: 26,379. Referee: Mr Jack Reed. Scotland (2-3-5): James
May 4, 1889 Match: Lancashire Senior Cup, Final, replay, at Deepdale. Accrington – Higher Walton 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. Earlham (Davenham); Umpires: Messrs.:
April 27, 1889 Match: Lancashire Senior Cup, Final, at Ewood Park, kick-off: 16:00.. Accrington – Higher Walton 1-1. Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. Earlam (Davenham); Umpires:
September 10, 1888 A crowd of close on 12,000 turned up at Anfield Road ground on Saturday, to witness the above encounter (Everton v Accrington),
September 8, 1888 Match: Football League, at Anfield. Everton – Accrington 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. John James Bentley; umpire: Mr. O. Oldham. Everton
Saturday, August 25 – 1888 The following is the revised draft of the matches to be played for the “League championship,” kindly supplied to us
Saturday, August 4 – 1888 The composition of the Burnley team for the next football season has been in doubt ever since the close of
April 17, 1888 Last evening a meeting of representatives from various prominent clubs playing under Association Rules was held in the Royal Hotel, Manchester, for
January 22, 1887 Match: International trial, at Aston Lower Grounds (Birmingham), kick-off: 14:45. North – South 4-2 (2-2). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. C. Crump (Birmingham
January 30, 1886 Match: International trial, at Kennington Oval, kick-off: 14:55. South v North 3-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Major Marandin (the FA); umpires: Messrs.
All articles about William Stevenson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About William Stevenson: Born: 1886: Accrington (Lancashire), England. Passed away: Position: Right back: Height: (5ft. 7½in.); Weight: (10st.