March 27, 1897 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final, at Ewood Park (Blackburn), kick-off: 15:30. Everton – Manchester City 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. John Lewis
March 22, 1897 Match: International match: Scotland international trial, at Tynecastle. Home Scots – Anglo Scots 1-2. Attendance: 5,000. The Home Scots Eleven: John Patrick
February 27, 1897 Match: FA Cup, Third Round, at Goodison Park. Everton – Blackburn Rovers 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 20,000 (16,000 at time of kick-off); gate
February 19, 1897 The Anglo-Scots for the international trial is to be selected from: Goal, Ned Doig (Sunderland); backs, Jimmy Methven (Derby County), John Somerville
November 28, 1896 Match: Football League, First Division, at Goodison Park. Everton – Burnley 6-0 (3-0). Attendance: 10,000. Everton (2-3-5): John Patrick, David Storrier, Smart
November 21, 1896 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 25,000, gate receipt: £670. Referee: Mr. J.
September 14, 1896 Dickie Boyle`s Benefit match. Everton played the Anglo Scots at Goodison Park. Anglo Scots` trail team: Willie Donnelly (Liverpool); Matt McQueen (Liverpool),
June 5, 1895 The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Everton Football Club Company, Limited, was held in the Picton Lecture Hall last evening,
March 30, 1895 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final, at Ewood Park (Blackburn). Preston North End – Everton 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. John Lewis (Blackburn).
October 14, 1894 The great football match “I am sure, Mr. Editor, that a great number of football enthusiasts in North Wales will be glad
April 14, 1894 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final at Hyde Road (Manchester). Everton – Bolton Wanderers 2-1 (0-1). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. John Lewis (Blackburn); linesmen:
April 29, 1893 The competition for the Liverpool Cup this season has had additional interest infused into the later stages, and especially the last stage,
April 24, 1893 The final stage of the local cup competition was reached on Saturday, when Everton and Liverpool, who had not hitherto met, played
April 22, 1893 Quick note: “There is no doubt that the Liverpool men deserved the victory, and on the play the margin should have been
April 21, 1893 The final tie for the possession of the Liverpool Cup is down for settlement to-morrow, the Bootle ground being the venue, and
March 27, 1893 At one time on Saturday there were serious doubt as to the whether the final tie for the trophy (won last season
March 25, 1893 Match: English FA Cup Final, at Fallowfield (Manchester). Wolverhampton Wanderers – Everton 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 45,067. Referee: Mr. C.J. Hughes (Cheshire); linesmen:
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).
January 30, 1893 Match: Lancashire Cup, First Round, at Ewood Park. Blackburn Rovers – Everton 1-3 (1-3). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. Ormerod (Accrington). Blackburn Rovers
December 3, 1892 Match: Football League, First Division, at Deepdale. Preston North End – Everton 5-0 (5-0). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. J. McIntyre (Manchester). Preston
September 24, 1892 Match: Football League, First Division, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 16:00. Everton – Newton Heath 6-0 (3-0). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. John James
August 13, 1892 * So those rumours re Dickie Boyle, Jack Bell, and the great Dan Doyle are only false after all. * Goodison Road,
August 13, 1892 Everton and Liverpool have started practicing, the former on the Stanley ground. With the exception of the men Jack Bell and Dickie
April 11, 1892 International: Inter League, at Pike’s Lane (Bolton). English League – Scottish League 2-2 (1-0) (match played 2 x 40 mins.). Attendance: 12,000.
February 14, 1891 Match: Dumbartonshire Cup, Final, at Boghead, Dumbarton – Vale of Leven 4-1 (0-1). Attendance: 4,000. Dumbarton (2-3-5): John McLeod, Daniel Watson, Alex