September 5, 1892 The first match of the season on the Anfield Enclosure took place on Thursday, in the presence of about 1,000 spectators, the
September 5, 1892 Liverpool v Higher Walton. This match was played on Saturday, at Anfield Road, before a few hundred spectators. They day was a
September 3, 1892 The start of this game was fixed for 3 15, but it was half past three before the Liverpool players turned out.
September 3, 1892 Key note: “If the Lancashire League clubs are all of the Higher Walton stamp they will have a lively time playing against
September 2, 1892 At Anfield-road, before a moderate attendance, Councillor John Houlding kicked off on behalf of Rotherham, Hannah having won the toss for Liverpool.
September 1, 1892 Quick note: “The first match of the season on the Anfield Enclosure took place on Thursday, in the presence of about 1,000
August 29, 1892 Liverpool have not been idle, and in their endeavors to get together a team that will sustain the traditions of the Anfield
August 29, 1892 We are now rapidly approaching the advent of the football season at Anfield, and everything is in first-class order, despite the many
August 20, 1892 The first annual picnic promoted by the Liverpool Association Football Club was held at West Kirby on Saturday, and proved a most
August 15, 1892 The number of spectators who witnessed the opening practice on the Liverpool ground, at Anfield Road, last Wednesday night, is a favourable
August 1, 1892 The new Liverpool Football Club have spent a large sum of money in order to place a team in the field able
July 29, 1892 The first contingent of players engaged by the Liverpool Association Football Club arrived in Liverpool last Friday, and will commence practice forthwith.
July 7, 1892 The already formidable list of players engaged by the new Liverpool Football Club has just received an important accession. Duncan McLean, the
August 22, 1891 Match: Tour of the American-Canadians, at Cathkin Park. Third Lanark – Canadians 3-0 (1-0). Attendance: “Fair”. Referee: Mr. J. McLean (Ayr); touch
Tuesday, December 30 – 1890 Kelly and McVean, of Clydebank, have arrived at Accrington this week, and signed for the Accrington Football Club. Kelly is