March 2, 1944 County Combination George Mahon cup-ties for this Saturday are: Marine v Kirby; Everton v Carlton, Randle v Liverpool; Fazakerley v Napiers. Liverpool
February 10, 1944 One of the outstanding features of the junior soccer this season has been the remarkable consistence of Marine, Liverpool County Combination champions.
Saturday, November 9 – 1940 ‘A’ match, Liverpool County Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool ‘A’ – Burscough Vics 4-4 (3-4). Attendance: ‘Few’. Referee: Mr. Taylor. Liverpool
September 21, 1940 Match, Liverpool County Combination, at Victoria Park. Burscough Vics – Liverpool “A” 3-3 (2-1). Attendance: ‘Fairly good’. Referee: Mr. J. Brown. Burscough
Saturday, August 12 – 1939 The teams to turn out for Tranmere Rovers, Chester, Wrexham, South Liverpool and Crewe today are appended: – Tranmere Rovers.
May 5, 1928 Match: Schoolboy International at Pittodrie. Scotland Schoolboys – Wales Schoolboys 5-0 (4-0). Referee: Mr. Peter Craigmyle (Aberdeen). Scotland (2-3-5): Baxter (Kircaldy), Hogg
November 30, 1918 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Runcorn 2-3 (1-2). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Billy Connell, Hazleton, Jimmy Stansfield, H. Jeffs, Frank
November 29, 1918 The third member of the Wadsworth family makes his bow with the Liverpool Football Club to-morrow. Team: Billy Connell; Hazelden and Jimmy
Saturday, September 17 – 1910 Reserves, friendly, at Lance-lane (Wavertree), kick-off: 15:15. Old Xaverians – Liverpool Reserves 2-9 (1-5). Old Xaverians (2-3-5): Lockhart; Evans, Wilcock;
July 12, 1910 At a meeting of the board of directors of the Cardiff City Association Football Club Company, in the Bristol and South Wales
November 21, 1908 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:45. Liverpool Reserves – St. Helens Recreation 3-3 (2-0). Attendance: “Fair.” Referee: Mr. R.H. Greenall; linesmen:
October 12, 1908 Match: Lancashire Cup, Second Round, at Seedhill. Nelson – Liverpool 2-4 (1-2). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. A. Chadwick (Blackburn). Nelson (2-3-5): Hirst,
April 20, 1908 Match: Welsh FA Cup, Final, at the Racecourse (Wrexham). Chester – Connahs Quay 3-1 (1-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. W. Nunnerley (Wrexham).
April 4, 1908 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool Reserves – Rossendale United 2-2 (0-1). Referee: Mr. H. Churnside; linesmen: Messrs. A.S. Jones
April 13, 1907 Match: Welsh FA Amateur Cup, Final, at Newtown. Buckley Engineers – Aberystwyth 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 1,500. Referee: Mr. Ike Baker (Nantwich). Buckley
December 1, 1906 A pulse-stirring victory. Spectators at New Anfield are beginning to look upon stirring goal scoring football as a guaranteed article. In three
August 2, 1901 The fiery cross of the Association football world has been sent forth, and, where players have not already assembled to begin training
February 10, 1900 The poor are said to be especially kind to each other because of their misfortunes. By the same token, Liverpool and Blackburn
January 14, 1893 It seemed as if Heywood Central were playing Scotland on Saturday, for the Liverpool team was almost entirely composed of Macs of
January 7, 1893 By defeating Heywood Central (6-2) on Saturday and Fairfield (4-1) on Monday, Liverpool have again forged their way to the top of
January 2, 1893 The first meeting of these clubs in a League match took place at Anfield on Saturday, before nearly 2,000 spectators. The clubs
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 26, 1892 Match: Friendly, at Stoke. Stoke – Liverpool 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 2,000. Stoke (2-3-5): Brookes, Evans, Schofield. Secretary: A.E. Reeves. Liverpool (2-3-5): Secretary:
Saturday, December 31 – 1881 Match: Friendly, at Northwich. Northwich Victoria – Everton 6-2 (4-1). Referee: Mr. C.J. Hughes; Umpires: Messrs. G.A. Hughes and W.