January 17, 1925 Of the original playing members of Liverpool F.C. not the least illustrious was William McOwen, who distinguished himself under the bar in
April 24, 1915 Best International side Scotland ever turned out. Lord Rosebery’s tribute to the players. The one ground Alick Raisbeck disliked. I have already
November 12, 1914 Nowadays football clubs are “reduced” to excessive care for the junior football player, fancy prices being out of the question. Never before
February 13, 1901 R.N.R. Blaker (Old Westminsters). William Nevill Cobbold (Old Carthusians). Arthur Tempest Blakiston Dunn (Old Etonians): Gilbert Oswald Smith (Old Carthusians): Lord Kinnaird
October 21, 1899 Goodall is one of the most honoured names in football history. To Preston ears the name has a particular pleasant sound, bringing
February 18, 1899 Match: International, British Championship, at Roker Park. England – Ireland 13-2 (5-0). Attendance: 13,000; gate receipts: £550. Referee: Mr. Alex Hamilton (Scotland,
February 1, 1899 Match: International trial, at Crystal Palace, kick-off: 15:15. South – North 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 7,500. Referee: Mr. Arthur Kingscott (Derby); linesmen: Messrs.
March 28, 1898 International: British Championship at The Racecourse Ground (Wrexham). Wales – England 0-3 (0-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. Thomas Robertson (Scottish FA); linesmen:
April 3, 1897 International: British Championship, at Crystal Palace, kick.off: 16:00. England – Scotland 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 33,715. Referee: Mr. R.T. Gough (Oswestry and Welsh
March 29, 1897 International: British Championship, at Bramall Lane (Sheffield). England – Wales 4-0 (2-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. Thomas Robertson (Scottish FA). England (2-3-5):
March 27, 1897 Match: FA Amateur Cup final, at Tufnell Park (Holloway). Old Carthusians – Stockton 1-1 (0-1). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. Arthur Kingscott (Derby);
March 15, 1897 Match: English International trial match, at Queen’s Club (West Kensington). Amateurs – Professionals 1-2 (1-1). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. W.E. Stewart. Amateurs
March 1, 1897 Mr. John Charles Clegg presided over a meeting of the Football Association`s council, held at the offices, 61, Chancery Lane, London, yesterday
February 22, 1897 As nearly everybody expected, the English Eleven at Nottingham on Saturday were altogether too good for the Irishmen. Playing with easy precision
February 20, 1897 International, British Championship, at Trent Bridge (Nottingham). England – Ireland 6-0 (3-0). Attendance: 13,490. Referee: Mr. T. Robertson (Scottish FA), linesmen: Messrs.
February 3, 1897 For the first Association international match of the season, which takes place at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, on Saturday, February 20, the following
April 15, 1893 Match: London Charity Cup, Final, at Essex Club (Leyton), kick-off: 15:40. Crusaders – Old Carthusians 2-1 (2-1). Attendance: 4,000. Referee: Mr. T.
February 25, 1893 International: British Championship, at Perry Barr (Birmingham). England – Ireland 6-1 (4-1). Attendance: 10,000. Referee: Mr. T.R. Park (Scottish FA); Linesmen: W.S.