December 13, 1955 Those football followers whose half-holiday occurs to-morrow could do worse than go along to Anfield, where Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers meet in
August 23, 1945 The reserve side to play West Bromwich Albion in the Central League fixture at Anfield includes Ramsden and Easdale, making their first
Saturday, August 18 – 1945 Quite a fair crowd turned up at Anfield to-day to see Liverpool’s first public practice match, when two mixed teams
Thursday, February 15 – 1945 A spot of good news for Liverpool is that Michael Hulligan plays at outside-left against Bolton Wanderers at Burnden Park,
February 8, 1945 Team: Edwards, Kenneth Seddon, Tommy Halliwell, Richard Kirwan, Buckley, Jack Macdonald, Swift, Kevin Baron, Thompson, Les Shannon, Booth, Terry Garner. (Evening Express:
January 17, 1945 Liverpool Reserves visit Napiers at Wavertree in the Liverpool County Combination and require only one point to make sure of the championship.
January 4, 1945 Team (from): Edwards, Richard Kirwan, Tommy Halliwell, B. Williams, Buckley, Jack Macdonald, Swift, Terry Garner, Thompson, Les Shannon, R. Williams, Payne. (Evening
November 30, 1944 There will be no stopping Liverpool in their bid for the championship of the Liverpool County Combination, and they should improve their
November 7, 1944 The junior “Derby” between the Reserves of Liverpool and Everton takes place at Anfield on Saturday, when the Reds will select from:
November 2, 1944 Liverpool Reserves, strong leaders of the County Combination, will be at Penny Lane on Saturday to meet St. Teresa’s. The Saints have
October 28, 1916 Match: Lancashire Section, Gigg Lane. Bury – Liverpool 3-4 (1-1). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. W.J. Heath; linesmen: Messrs. T.W. Wilson and F.G.
Saturday, January 29 – 1916 Match: Benefit for the War Fund, at St. Andrew’s. Birmingham – Royal Fusiliers 6-1 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000. Birmingham (2-3-5): Herbert
April 30, 1914 Never before in the history of the FA Cup Finals have the two teams been photographed together in one group. The friendly
January 1, 1909 Liverpool Reserves v Southport Central. Played at Liverpool, before a fair attendance. Teams: – Liverpool Reserves: Gus Beeby, Alex Raisbeck, Jack Morris,
January 1, 1909 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Southport Central 4-1 (3-1). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Gus Beeby, Alex Raisbeck, Jack Morris, Messina
August 25, 1906 Brentford. Goalkeeper. – Charlie Williams (Norwich City). Backs. – Jock Watson, John McConnell (Grimsby Town), Archie Taylor (Bristol Rovers), R. Abbott (Hanwell).
February 27, 1897 Match: Welsh FA Cup, Semi Final, at Shrewsbury. Newtown – Knighton 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 200. Referee: Mr. McIlwraith; linesmen: Messrs. D. Smith
Tuesday, September 1 – 1896 The German Football Association team, which landed at Queensborough yesterday morning, opened their English tour with a match against the
December 3, 1892 Match: Inter County, at Chanonry (Aberdeen). Aberdeenshire – Invernesshire (2-1). Attendance: “Small”. Aberdeenshire (2-3-5): Edwards (Orion), Foote (Orion), Ririe (Victoria United), Hickie
October 31, 1892 At Anfield, the Liverpool Club management are not allowing the grass to grow under their feet, and are kneading together a team
October 29, 1892 Key note: “As usual there was a bit of diversity of opinion as to the number of spectators present. The actual number
September 16, 1892 This friendly game was played at Anfield in fine weather and before 700 spectators. Liverpool tried a new full back, Fairly (Kilmarnock
September 15, 1892 Match: Friendly, at Anfield. Liverpool – Grantham Rovers 3-1 (3-0). Attendance: 700. Liverpool (2-3-5): Sydney Ross, Andrew Hannah (C), Sam Fairly (Kilmarnock
November 9, 1891 Match: Tour of the American-Canadians, at The Chuckery (Walsall). Walsall Town Swifts – Canadians 2-3 (1-1). Attendance: 3,000. Walsall Swifts (2-3-5): Tom