May 16, 1935 In the course of an interview with the “Post” last night, Mr. David Pratt, the manager of the Notts County club, said
All articles about Stanley Briggs on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Stanley Briggs: “He possesses all the qualities which go together in making a first-class player. He has
All articles about Herbert Kingaby on PlayUpLiverpool.com ; About Herbert Kingaby: Born: 1880: Clapton, England. Passed away: May 17, 1934: Redbridge, Hampshire, England. Position: Winger.
July 27, 1927 Q.M.S. (Quartermaster Sergeant) Tommy Green, ex-Liverpool, South Liverpool, Stockport, Clapton, Heart of Midlothian, Third Lanark, Southport, &c., – /c., is good! –
October 30, 1926 Liverpool have signed John Lightbody, of Sunderland and New Brighton, and Lilley, of Clapton, a full back. (Nottingham Evening Post: October 30,
November 11, 1922 International, Amateur friendly, at Deepdale. England Amateurs – Ireland Amateurs 4-0 (3-0). Attendance: 6,540; gate receipts: £383. Referee: Mr. W.F. Bunnell (Preston).
May 31, 1915 Mr. John Charles Clegg presided this afternoon at a Council meeting held at the F.A. offices, 42, Russell-square, W.C. The amended total
Monday, July 6 – 1914 A Clapton Orient football player was sent to gaol for three months and ordered to be deported at North London
November 6, 1909 International, friendly, at Anlaby Road (Kingston-upon-Hull). England Amateurs – Sweden 7-0 (3-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands). England Amateurs (2-3-5):
February 10, 1908 Match: International Amateur trial, at Stamford Bridge, kick-off: 15:00. North – South 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. G. Wagstaffe Simmons (Herts
September 8, 1905 Yesterday the Management Committee of the Football League met at Liverpool. They were first entertained to lunch at the Bee Hotel by
February 22, 1902 International, British Championship, at Cardiff Arms Park. Wales – Ireland 0-3 (0-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. Arthur Kingscott. Wales (2-3-5): Bob Evans
March 16, 1901 Match: London Senior Cup, Final, at Tufnell Park. Ilford – Clapton 2-1 (1-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. J.R. Schumacher; linesmen: Messrs.: E.F.
February 1, 1899 Match: International trial, at Crystal Palace, kick-off: 15:15. South – North 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 7,500. Referee: Mr. Arthur Kingscott (Derby); linesmen: Messrs.
Monday, August 2 – 1897 Entries for the Football Association Cup closed on Monday, and the list is as follows: – Aston Villa, Ashford United,
February 27, 1897 Match: London Senior Cup, at Spotted Dog Grounds, Upton. Clapton – Third Grenadier Guards 2-3 (2-1). Attendance: 3,000. The goals: 2-2 Sheeran,
October 26, 1896 Match: Inter County, at Olive Grove (Sheffield). Sheffield – London 7-4 (4-2). Attendance: 1,500. Referee: Mr. F. Bye. Sheffield (2-3-5): Bill Foulke
October 14, 1896 Match: Inter Association, at Chelmsford, kick-off: 15:15. Essex – Suffolk 2-3 (2-0). Referee: Lieutenant Simpson (London FA). Essex (2-3-5): S. McCappin (Barking
Wednesday, August 5 – 1896 It is not the weather to turn one’s thoughts to football, but, seeing that there is only one more month
November 24, 1892 Match: Inter County, at Lytleton, Leyton. Essex XI – Northamptonshire XI 7-1 (5-0). Essex (2-3-5): Rev. C.C. Broadhurst (Chelmsford), Frederick Raymond Pelly
March 23, 1889 Match: Inter City, at Hampden Park. Glasgow – London 5-1 (2-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. Gowan (Queen’s Park); umpires: Messrs. T. Gunning