September 27, 1897 Never in the history of local football has the Anfield enclosure presented such a magnificent appearance as was the case on Saturday,
September 25, 1897 Match: Football League First Division, at Anfield, kick off: 16:00. Liverpool – Everton 3-1 (2-1). Attendance: 30,000. Referee: Mr. Aaron Scragg (Crewe).
September 18, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Olive Grove, kick-off: 15:30. The Wednesday – Liverpool 4-2 (0-1). Attendance: 8,000. Referee: Mr. D. Hammond.
September 15, 1897 Match: Benefit for the Bass Charity Association, at Peel Croft. Burton Swifts – Liverpool 3-2 (2-1). Attendance: 2,000. Burton Swifts (2-3-5): Richard
September 13, 1897 Glorious weather favoured the initial home League match at Anfield, and the visit of the once famous North End team proved a
September 11, 1897 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick off: 16:00 Liverpool – Preston North End 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. J.Lewis.
September 7, 1897 Quite 3,000 spectators put in an appearance on the Anfield Road ground last evening to witness the game between these clubs, the
September 6, 1897 Key note: “Quite 3,000 spectators put in an appearance on the Anfield Road ground last evening to witness the game between these
September 6, 1897 Liverpool opened their League programme by opposing Stoke away from home, this being the second engagement of the Potters, who had defeated
September 6, 1897 Liverpool commenced their League programme in a satisfactory fashion, and the result of their visit to Stoke is a gain of one
September 4, 1897 Key note: “Liverpool commenced their League programme in a satisfactory fashion, and the result of their visit to Stoke is a gain
September 2, 1897 The season of 1897-98 was opened at Goodison Park, with what under ordinary circumstances, would have proved one of the most attractive
September 1, 1897 Key note: “The season of 1897-98 was opened at Goodison Park, with what under ordinary circumstances, would have proved one of the
August 30, 1897 In anticipation, and rightly so, of a greatly increased attendance, the committee of the Liverpool club have worked a great change on
August 24, 1897 The Liverpool players made their debut for the season last evening before a fairly good crowd, despite the threatening state of the
August 23, 1897 My remarks concerning the Everton club’s prospects are to a great extent applicable to the Liverpool club. Here they have lost a
August 21, 1897 Rarely, if ever, have the prospects of the Anfield Road organisation been brighter than at the present moment. Tom Watson and is
August 14, 1897 Liverpool were somewhat heavily hit by defections at the close of last season, George Allan, Robert Neill, and Willie Michael going to
Saturday, August 7 – 1897 The players signed on up to the present time for the forthcoming season are: – Goal: Harry Storer and Willie
May 8, 1897 Liverpool have got Harry Storer and Willie Donnelly for goal, and also Charles Jowett, the amateur, will turn out again for them.
May 6, 1897 The committee of the Liverpool Football Club have up to the present engaged the following players for next season: – The new
April 30, 1897 Match: Friendly, at Old Public Park, Wishaw. Wishaw Thistle – Liverpool 3-4. Wishaw Thistle (2-3-5): Jackson (Carluke), McRory (Waterloo). Liverpool (2-3-5): Willie
April 26, 1897 Match: Friendly, at Merchiston Park (Bainsford), kick-off: 18:40. East Stirlingshire – Liverpool 2-2 (0-0). Attendance: 2,500. Referee: Mr. McArthur (King’s Park). East
March 6, 1897 Match: Lancashire Combination, at Darwen. Darwen Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 2-6 (1-4). Attendance: 1,000. Darwen (2-3-5): Cranshaw, Haydock, Lord +8. Liverpool (2-3-5):
March 4, 1897 ** Tom Watson will be getting all the Sunderland people down to Liverpool by degree. There is a rumour afloat that Ned