February 19, 1923 After careful examination of an extraordinary number of applications for the post of team-manager to the Liverpool Association Club, now threatening to
January 20, 1919 The President of the Football League, Mr. John McKenna, greatly distinguished himself in the interview with the professional players. To conduct an
October 23, 1911 Andrew Kelvin, one of the original members of the Liverpool Association club recently died at his house in Kilmarnock. He took part
April 18, 1904 A former resident of Manchester now at the Cape sends an interesting letter, from which the following is an excerpt: “By the
All articles about James McBride on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About James McBride: Born: December 30, 1873: Renton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland. Passed away: May 25, 1899: Manchester (Lancashire), England.
Thursday, May 25 – 1899 The death took place very suddenly yesterday at his home at Manchester of James McBride, a well-known Association footballer, formerly
March 27, 1897 Match: Lancashire Cup, Final, at Ewood Park (Blackburn), kick-off: 15:30. Everton – Manchester City 2-0 (1-0). Attendance: 7,000. Referee: Mr. John Lewis
April 6, 1896 Liverpool, by again securing the Second Division Championship, have created another record, and covered themselves with well-earned honour and fame, and are,
April 4, 1896 Liverpool v Manchester City The return League engagement between these clubs took place at the Hyde Road ground, Manchester, yesterday, before about
April 3, 1896 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Hyde Road, kick-off: 15:30. Manchester City – Liverpool 1-1 (1-0). Attendance: 25,000; gate receipt: £800. Referee:
January 2, 1896 The visit of the Manchester City team created the greatest amount of enthusiasm at Anfield yesterday. The weather was of the most
January 1, 1896 Match: Football League, Second Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:30. Liverpool – Manchester City 3-1 (0-0). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. J. Lewis (Blackburn).
November 5, 1894 Affairs in connection with the Liverpool club are getting desperate, as out of twelve matches they have only one solitary win to
October 15, 1894 The long-looked for meeting of these local rivals took place at Goodison Park on Saturday, and excited all the interested. A great
October 15, 1894 Well it’s a record – £1026; prodigious would Dominic Sampeson describe the proceeds. So will Dicky Sams and so will the people
October 13, 1894 Match: Football League, First Division, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:30. Everton – Liverpool 3-0 (1-0). Attendance: 40,000; gate receipt: £1,026 (new League
September 17, 1894 Liverpool paid their first visit to West Bromwich on Saturday, and despite the greater counter attractions, Aston Villa v. Sunderland and Small
September 15, 1894 Match: Football League, First Division, at Stoney Lane, kick-off: 15:30. West Bromwich Albion – Liverpool 5-0 (3-0). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. T.S.
September 10, 1894 Liverpool followed up their fine performance with the Rovers by an even better exhibition against Burnley at Turf Moor on Monday evening.
September 3, 1894 Liverpool’s debut as First Leaguers took place at Blackburn on Saturday, before one of the most critical audiences in English Football. The
September 1, 1894 Match: Liverpool and District League, at Anfield, kick off: 16:30. Liverpool Reserves – Police Athletic 9-0 (6-0). Liverpool (2-3-5): John Whitehead, Abel
August 27, 1894 In the Liverpool district the football craze appears to be as keen as ever: indeed, it is questionable whether the public are
August 27, 1894 The prospects of the Liverpool Club are of the brightest character. A retrospective glance at the club’s but brief history is so
August 25, 1894 The Liverpool Club have left no stone un-turned to place a first-class eleven in the field, and Mr. William Barclay and his
August 21, 1894 The first practice match of the Liverpool Club took place Tuesday evening upon the Anfield ground before a huge crowd, numbering fully