August 18, 1919 Key note: “Fully 9,000 spectators welcomed the return of football at Anfield last evening, when a trial match was played. Both sides
August 14, 1919 The Liverpool directors for their game (5 p.m. start), on Monday, have selected the following teams, which must not be construed into
June 25, 1919 Chairman of Liver club’s decision. Suspensions erased. Players signed for Anfield oncoming season. At the meeting of the Liverpool Football Club last
April 9, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Ash Lane, kick-off: 15.25. Southport Central – Liverpool 0-7 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Stockport County (2-3-5): W. Wright,
April 9, 1917 Yes, it was well won, and, though four goals was hardly a correct idea of how the game went in their favour,
April 7, 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-4 (0-1). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipt: £580. Referee: Mr. W.
July 25, 1916 Mrs. Lowe, of Bakestone Moor, Whitwell, has received news of the death of her husband, Private Tom Lowe, Sherwood Foresters, killed in
November 15, 1915 The question was whether Liverpool could rise to the occasion and beat so good a side as Southport. They managed it after
November 13, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield. Liverpool – Southport Central 4-2 (1-2). Attendance: 14,000. Referee: Mr. W. Chadwick; linesmen: Messrs.: J.
October 15, 1915 The inquiries into Liverpool-Manchester United match, played last Easter, seem to be never-ending. The score was 2-0 for Manchester, and after the
October 2, 1915 Match: Midland Section, principal tournament, at Park Avenue, kick-off: 15:30. Bradford Park Avenue – Nottingham Forest 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr.
October 1, 1915 At Bradford, 3.30 p.m. Nottingham Forest. – Sam Hardy; H. Bulling, H. Jones; Harry Lowe, Harry Wightman, J. Armstrong; F.M. Harris, Private
September 29, 1915 Here’s some news regarding two of the most popular players of our city. Both are ex-Liverpool players, and both would have relished
August 5, 1915 A breath of football comes from the Anfield sources to-day. We are approaching football’s season speedily, and the clubs are getting their
May 11, 1915 A cool corner of Anfield Cemetery had been chosen. The sun’s rays shaded his last resting-place. “Tom” was buried there. The day
April 24, 1915 Match: Football League, First Division, at Boundary Park, kick-off: 15:30. Oldham Athletic – Liverpool 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. L. Hitchin.
Friday, April 23 – 1915 As Liverpool are at Oldham to-morrow there will be great concern in their doings. If Liverpool win Oldham will have
April 10, 1915 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Anfield. Liverpool – Tranmere Rovers 1-0 (1-0). Attendance: 12,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Sam Speakman, Walter Wadsworth,
March 24, 1915 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – West Bromwich Albion 3-1 (2-0). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. A.Pellowe. Liverpool
March 22, 1915 Poor display at Middlesbrough. It is a trite observation in certain contingencies that “the least said, the soonest mended.” Liverpool’s display against
March 20, 1915 Key note: “Liverpool never really got going in an organised way, and with a few precious exceptions in the later stages of
March 13, 1915 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:30. Liverpool – Manchester City 3-2 (2-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. P. Sant. Liverpool
March 11, 1915 The attendance only numbered about 4,000 at Valley Parade yesterday when Bradford City and Liverpool played their postponed League fixture. The opening
March 10, 1915 Match: Football League, First Division, at Valley Parade, kick-off: 15:30. Bradford City – Liverpool 3-2 (2-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr. L. Hitchen
March 6, 1915 Match: Football League, First Division, at White Hart Lane, kick-off: 15:30. Tottenham Hotspur – Liverpool 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 12,000. Referee: Mr. T.G.