July 10, 1941 Mr. Richard Lawson Martindale has been elected the new chairman of Liverpool Football Club in succession to Mr. William John Harrop who
July 15, 1939 The annual bowling match between Liverpool Football Club officials and their Preston prototypes was played at the Liverpool Bowling Club green, Church
February 23, 1926 Mr. Richard Lawson Martindale Snr., chairman of the Liverpool Football Club, died yesterday. He was 59 years of age, and had been
May 29, 1924 Last night the Liverpool board elected Mr. Richard Lawson Martindale Snr. chairman, and Mr. Thomas Crompton vice-chairman of the Liverpool Football Club.
July 4, 1923 Liverpool F.C. election Liverpool F.C. had a most successful annual meeting last night, and the main feature of the evening was the
August 17, 1922 The late George Fleming Many sympathisers at interment at Anfield The interment of the late Mr. George Fleming, the Liverpool F.C.’s assistant
August 17, 1922 The interment of the late Mr. George Fleming, the Liverpool F.C.’s assistant trainer took place at Anfield Cemetery today. A service was
Period: July 5 – 1921 to July 5 – 1922. Chairman: Mr. William Robert Williams. Vice-Chairman: Mr. John Asbury. Board of Directors: Messrs. Thomas Crompton,
Period: June 25, 1919 to June 23, 1920. Chairman: Mr. William Robert Williams (Chairman from July 1 – 1919. Vice-Chairman: Mr. John Asbury. Board of
June 23, 1920 Liverpool F.C. meeting brings out points. The Law Rooms in Cook-street resemble a church in many ways, and when Liverpool F.C. met
June 15, 1920 Liverpool F.C.’s profit on season was £11,945 The Liverpool Football Club’s annual report and balance-sheet shows a profit of £11,945 on the
Period: June 19 – 1918 to June 25 – 1919. Chairman: Mr. John McKenna (from July 23 – 1918), Albert Worgan (Acting Chairman). Vice-Chairman: Mr.
June 5, 1917 The balance-sheet of the champions, Liverpool F.C., was issued to-day, and shows the wonderfully good profit on the season of £1,600. The
August 6, 1915 The English Football League Management Committee met at the Exchange Station Hotel, yesterday, and selected the referees for the coming season, &c.
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
June 19, 1914 The shortest annual meeting in the history of the Liverpool Football Club was that held last evening at the Law Association Rooms,
May 13, 1914 By the way, Messrs. John McKenna, John Asbury, and Richard Lawson Martindale Snr. come up for re-election, and should be assured a
April 27, 1914 The Chairman, the directors, the secretary, the clerk, the medicine officer and the trainer of Liverpool Football Club, season 1913/14. (Joint EFC
April 11, 1914 Scenes before the Liverpool v. Aston Villa game started. Mr. John McKenna presenting the “Echo” Medal to William Lacey. Officials (from left
May 30, 1912 Contest for seat on board of directors. Explanation re. players. It has been generally understood that the pantomime season finished somewhere in
Wednesday, July 5 – 1911 The Liverpool Football Club are getting their house in order for a season which it is hoped will be prosperous.
June 8, 1911 The Liverpool “Annual” was not well attended – maybe the reasons were to be found in the weather and in the fact
May 30, 1911 The Liverpool Football Club balance-sheet was issued this morning. From the expenditure sheet given below it will be found that on total