Thursday, April 1 – 1897 The Bolton “Football Field” says: Pugh (Wrexham), Fraser (St Bernards), and Kennedy (Hibernians) for Liverpool next season. Is this right?
March 27, 1897 * Has Jimmy Ross kept his word and made Liverpool work hard for their victory? * Liverpool have been kindness itself to
May 9, 1893 Match: Inter County, at Merchiston Park (Bainsford), kick-off: 19:00. Stirlingshire – Grangemouth 4-0 (3-0). Attendance: “Large”. Referee: Mr. P. Mitchell (East Stirlingshire).
March 18, 1893 Match: Liverpool and District League, at Walton Stiles. Stanley – Liverpool Reserves 2-4 (1-1). Stanley (2-3-5): Treanor, Woodside, Maxwell, Kennedy, Stafford +6.
September 30, 1892 Last evening Liverpool had the Dumfries team, Queen of the South Wanderers, as their visitors at Anfield. Owing to the weather being
September 9, 1892 This friendly was played at Anfield in pleasant weather, the attendance of spectators being around 600. Liverpool were without the service of
January 25, 1892 The Club To Be a Limited Company A special general meeting of the Everton Football Club was held on Monday night in
Thursday, August 30 – 1888 A special meeting of the Scottish Football Association, called to consider the registration rule, was held in the Waterloo Rooms,
April 30, 1887 Match: Dumbartonshire Cup, Final, replay, at Boghead. Renton – Vale of Leven 5-0. Attendance: 3,500 Renton (2-3-5): John Lindsay, Andrew Hannah, Archie
August 15, 1885 Match: Friendly, at Anfield, kick-off: 16:45. Everton – Burnley 2-4 (2-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. Lamont. Everton (2-3-5): Charles Joliffe, Tom Marriott,
April 7, 1883 Match: Scottish FA Cup, Final, at Hampden Park. Dumbarton – Vale of Leven 2-1 (0-0). Attendance: 15,000. Dumbarton (2-2-6): James Macaulay, Jock
April 9, 1881 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, at Cliftonville; kick-off: 15:25. Moyola Park – Cliftonville 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 1,000. Referee: Mr. Bryans (Avoniel F.C.);