March 3, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section, at Ewood Park. Blackburn Rovers – Liverpool 0-2 (0-2). Attendance: 8,000. Blackburn Rovers (2-3-5): Melver, Morris, Fred Duckworth, Arthur
November 18, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, at Anfield, kick off: 14:45. Liverpool – Blackburn Rovers 3-1 (3-0). Attendance: 14,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath. Liverpool (2-3-5):
January 31, 1916 Liverpool’s visit to Trafford Park, on Saturday, where they met Manchester United in the presence of 10,000 spectators, was provocative of an
January 29, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Old Trafford. Manchester United – Liverpool 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs.:
December 18, 1915 Match: Football League, Lancashire Section, at Anfield. Liverpool – Stoke 2-0 (1-0), (match played over 2 x 40 min.). Attendance: 15,000. Referee:
December 17, 1915 Stoke have been one of the surprising teams of the Lancashire League tourney. They beat Preston, ran Burnley to goal, drew with
December 16, 1915 Stoke comes to us on Saturday next, and after their long absence from our midst – they have been “gallipoling” in foreign
September 20, 1915 It is a great pity that the game between Liverpool and Stoke at the well-remembered Victoria Ground should have been marred by
September 18, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Victoria Ground, kick-of: 14:30. Stoke – Liverpool 2-2 (2-2). Attendance: 7,000; gate receipt: £191.. Referee: Mr.
September 17, 1915 Liverpool have a far, far longer journey than usually will be the case this season. In these days of stress and work,
September 13, 1915 The players of Manchester City and Liverpool got off the mark prompt to time, and we had not to wait long before
September 11, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Manchester City 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J.H. Alderson; linesmen:
September 10, 1915 We have yet to see James Henderson, of Glossop in serious football, and to-morrow’s the first chance. Alex McGhie and David “Dai”
September 8, 1915 Liverpool attraction for their first appearance is Manchester City, and as both sides are drawing well, the game and gate should be
September 6, 1915 Some matches were started late, and not only Liverpool, at Bolton, but Everton, too, were off the mark beyond the appointed time.
September 4, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Burnden Park, kick-off: 14:30. Bolton Wanderers – Liverpool 1-1 (0-0). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. J.I. Turner;
September 3, 1915 The kick-off set for the morrow, and, despite the absence of the usual League furore and boom, there will doubtless be a
September 2, 1915 Liverpool meet Bolton Wanderers, the team being: – Kenneth Campbell, Ephraim Longworth and Sam Speakman, James Scott, Walter Wadsworth, and Donald Mackinlay,
August 19, 1915 The first trial match of the Liverpool Football Club will be played on Saturday, when Reds and Stripes will meet at Anfield.
December 1, 1914 Another local item given us pause: – Howard Baker, the famed jumper and Marlborough boy, has been signed by Blackburn Rovers, Alex
Wednesday, April 29 – 1914 Blackburn Rovers have signed the following players for next season. Goalkeepers, Alfred Robinson and Jimmy Crabtree; backs, Arthur Cowell, Fred
Saturday, September 10 – 1910 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool Reserves – Blackburn Rovers Reserves 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. T.