January 11, 1894 Complimentary dinner to the Liverpool Association Football Club. By the invitation of Mr. John Houlding, president of the above club, the members
October 30, 1893 Preparatory for the above important game the Liverpool team arrived in London on Friday evening, accompanied by a large and influential party,
October 28, 1893 Key note: “Liverpool by their easy victory over the Woolwich Arsenal on Saturday have so firmly planted themselves at the head of
August 20, 1892 The first annual picnic promoted by the Liverpool Association Football Club was held at West Kirby on Saturday, and proved a most
June 25, 1892 This is a little item from Walton intended for the perusal of the Conservative candidate, Mr. Stock – “In his address Mr.
May 6, 1892 A general meeting of the Liverpool Football Club was held on Friday at 33 Lime Street, Mr. Edwin Berry in the chair.
April 25, 1892 Tonight Mr. Edwin Berry (Chairman of the Liverpool Association Football Club) and the Hon. Sec. will apply to the English Football Council
March 28, 1892 The name of “Liverpool Association Football Club” has been revived, and this will be the name of the club that will use
March 28, 1892 That the newly formed Liverpool Association Football Club will be duly affiliated by the Football Council is now virtually settled. Information in
March 25, 1892 At a meeting of the members of this recently formed club, the following appointments were made: – President Mr Houlding; chairman Mr
February 1, 1892 Like everything else, there is a sequel to the affair, and it turns out that the name of the club was registered
August 27, 1889 At the invitation of the president (Councillor John Houlding), the executive and players of both teams of the club were entertained to
June 6, 1889 The annual general meeting of the above club was held last evening at the brilliant rooms of the Sandon Hotel. Mr. Councillor
Friday, October 26 – 1888 A large meeting of the Football League was held at the Royal Hotel, Manchester, last evening, when the report of
June 12, 1884 Last evening, the annual general meeting of members of the Liverpool and District Football Association was held in the Neptune Hotel, Clayton
Wednesday, April 23 – 1884 Last evening a very pleasant gathering of the members of the above club took place at the Sandon Hotel, Stanley
March 29, 1884 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Hawthorne Road, kick-off: 15:30. Everton – Earlestown 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,500. Referee: Mr. C.A. Carter; umpires: Messrs.