March 21, 1993 Sydney Moss, the vice-chairman of Liverpool Football Club, has died. Mr. Moss, former chairman of Merseyside Police Committee, and chairman of the
All articles about Gavin Crawford on PlayUpLiverpool.com ; About Gavin Crawford: Born: 1870: Kilmarnock, Scotland. Passed away: September 19, 1955. Position: Height: 175 cm. (5ft.
April 17, 1946 The Rev. James Jackson, the former well-known footballer and captain of Liverpool F.C., is the incoming president of the Liverpool Free Church
Tuesday, January 28 – 1941 (Liverpool Daily Post, 28-01-1941) John Asbury, St. John the Divine, Fairfield, Rev. Gregory, Isabel Roberts, Calthorpe, Woodland Park, Prestatyn
All articles about Walter Whittaker at PlayUpLiverpool. About Walter Whittaker: Born: September 20, 1878: Manchester, Lancashire. Passed away: June 3, 1917: Swansea, Wales. Position: Goalkeeper.
May 30, 1914 The tragic death of a professional footballer, Thomas Leigh, aged 26, of Fairfield, Bury, will be regretted by followers of the Association
May 24, 1907 Everton have secured a new player from St. Helens Town in the person of Leo Woods, who has done some good work
Monday, October 11 – 1897 The Fairfield Football Club executive have decided to disband the club. Like many others, the officials have made a desperate
Saturday, August 7 – 1897 The team which the directors of the Grimsby Town Football Club have decided shall represent them for the ensuing season
Monday, August 2 – 1897 Entries for the Football Association Cup closed on Monday, and the list is as follows: – Aston Villa, Ashford United,
May 24, 1897 The annual meeting of the Football League was held at the Old Boar’s Head, Manchester, yesterday afternoon. Mr. John James Bentley presided,
October 17, 1896 * Has Robert Neill, of the Liverpool Reserve, had a trial afforded him to-day? If so, his great fond wish is realised.
August 25, 1896 All the leading Association teams are now in practice for the opening of the season of 1896-7, which will be inaugurated in
December 16, 1895 At a meeting at the consultative committee of the Football Association took place yesterday afternoon, at headquarters, 61 Chancery Lane, London. The
April 30, 1894 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Police Athletic Ground (Fairfield), kick-off: 18:00. Everton – Liverpool 3-0 (0-0). Attendance: 4,000. Everton (2-3-5): Dick Williams,
December 4, 1893 Liverpool’s victory over Ardwick on Saturday tends to prove that the Anfield club commands a great superiority over Manchester clubs. This season
August 18, 1893 The Lancashire Football Association met at the Saddle Hotel, Bolton, with a fair number of representatives appearing. Mr Woolfalls, of Blackburn, occupying
April 29, 1893 The fourth annual contest for the Championship of the Lancashire League was brought to a close on Saturday. The interest was maintained
April 27, 1893 This match was played at Anfield last evening, in the presence of a very fair attendance of spectators. Smith took the place
April 26, 1893 Match: Friendly, at Anfield. Liverpool – Rest of Lancashire League XI 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. James Cooper. Liverpool (2-3-5): William
April 22, 1893 The emergency committee of Lancashire Football Association met at Southport on Saturday, and selected the following team to play the champions (Liverpool),
March 25, 1893 Liverpool advanced four points further in the League last week. Playing in a much improved manner, they easily defeated Fairfield and South
March 20, 1893 By virtue of having played two league games last week, Liverpool are now in the position of honour in the Lancashire tourney.
March 17, 1893 The return fixture between these clubs took place last evening at Anfield. Liverpool were without Sydney Ross and Jock Smith, the former
March 16, 1893 Match: Lancashire League, at Anfield, kick-off: 17:00. Liverpool – Fairfield 5-0 (3-0). Attendance: 2,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Matt McQueen, Andrew Hannah (C), Duncan