September 2, 1889 Everton have been hard at work, bring their house in order. Every effort has been made to obtain the best materials and
Friday, July 19 – 1889 After considerable negotiation the Everton Football Club Committee have secured the following well-known players for their team to play for
All articles about Ernie Whiteside on PlayUpLiverpool. About Ernie Whiteside: Born: February 1 – 1889, Lytham, England. Passed away: 1953. Position: Left half. Height: Weight:
January 19, 1889 Match: International trial, at Monkswearmouth (Sunderland), kick-off: 14:40. North – South 1-2 (1-2). Attendance: 9,000. Referee: Mr. J.C. Clegg (Sheffield); umpires: Messrs.
December 13, 1888 A conference of representatives of the leading Association football clubs in the north of England was held yesterday, in the Grand Hotel,
November 5, 1888 (Source: Scottish Referee: November 5, 1888) football accidents, insurance, Mercantile Accident and Guarantee Insurance Company, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, secretary, captain, C.
September 8, 1888 Match: Football League, at Pikes Lane, kick-off: 15:40. Bolton Wanderers – Derby County 3-6 (3-4). Attendance: 3,000. Bolton Wanderers (2-3-5): Charlie Harrison;
Saturday, August 25 – 1888 The following is the revised draft of the matches to be played for the “League championship,” kindly supplied to us
August 18, 1888 That the Bolton Wanderers Reserves, to whom is to be entrusted the honour of the club in the qualifying competition for the
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
March 10, 1888 International: British Championship, at Easter Road (Edinburgh). Scotland – Wales 5-1 (3-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. John Clegg (English FA). Scotland (2-3-5):
February 4, 1888 International: British Championship, at Nantwich Road Ground (Crewe). Wales – England 1-5 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. John Sinclair (Ireland). Wales (2-3-5):
January 7, 1888 Appended will be found an additional list of professional registered in accordance with the rules of the Football Association by Lancashire clubs:
December 12, 1887 As all the world knows by this, the Everton F.C. have been adjudged guilty of infringing the laws relating to professionalism and
October 29, 1887 Match: FA Cup, First Round, replay, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Everton – Bolton Wanderers 2-2 (1-1) aet. Attendance: 7,500. Referee: Mr. R.P.
March 26, 1887 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final, at Pike’s Lane (Bolton), kick-off: 15:35. Preston North End – Bolton Wanderers 3-0 (3-0). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr.
December 10, 1884 At a meeting of the Sub Committee on Professionalism of the S.F.A. it was decided to send each of the players who
Wednesday, September 5 – 1883 The Bolton Wanderers are evidently suspicious that other cards than their own gained admission to their enclosure last season. They
April 23, 1881 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final, at Barley Bank (Darwen), kick-off: 15:20. Accrington – Blackburn Park Road 6-4 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. W.
January 4, 1879 Match: Inter County, at Over Darwen, kick-off: 15:20. Lancashire – North Wales 1-1 (0-0), played over 2 x 30 mins. Attendance: 1,500.