June 9, 1941 Mr. William Cuff, Everton, was re-elected president of the management committee at the Football League annual meeting, today, in Nottingham. Mr. A.
Wednesday, July 31 – 1940 The English Football Association to-day announced that following a joint commission of the FA and League into the affairs of
September 21, 1939 Liverpool F.C. will admit soldiers and sailors in uniform (which includes RAF men) to Saturday’s match at Anfield at half price. Special
May 5, 1939 (Evening Express: May 5, 1939) Liverpool Cup final, Anfield, Liverpool, Tranmere Rovers, admission, paddock, stands, Liverpool Reserves v Tranmere Rovers
Friday, May 3 – 1918 The inter-visits of Sheffield and Mersey sides are very interesting, and to-morrow, when the famous old Wednesday club visits Anfield
May 9, 1915 In the West of Scotland there were few better known personalities in the world of football than the late Tom Watson, manager
Tuesday, September 27 – 1910 The crowd at Goodison Park on Saturday reached nearly 30,000, an indication that football is as popular as ever. The
Saturday, September 7 – 1907 (Joint Everton and Liverpool Match Programme, 07-09-1907) Liverpool, season tickets, admission, covered stand, stand, Tom Watson, secretary, Walton Breck Road.
Wednesday, January 23 – 1907 The tie between Oldham Athletic and Liverpool, in the second round of the English Cup, will take place on the
August 11, 1906 Having dealt at length with Everton’s prospects it is now one’s duty and privilege (writes “Richard Samuel”) to turn to an equally
August 23, 1905 The final public practice match of the Liverpool Football Club prior to the opening of the season will take place at Anfield
August 21, 1894 The first practice match of the Liverpool Club took place Tuesday evening upon the Anfield ground before a huge crowd, numbering fully
July 24, 1893 At a specially called meeting of the Accrington Football Club held last evening, the question was discussed as to whether the club
May 26, 1893 The annual meeting of the Football League was held at the Crosby Hotel, Manchester, under the presidency of Mr William McGregor. The
June 11, 1892 You must have a little football, and in truth we are constantly served up with fresh dishes of players – Scotch brand.
Wednesday, October 27 – 1886 To the Editors of the Liverpool Courier. Sir, – I see that a long needed want has been supplied by