Monday, December 7 – 1970 Steve Heighway, summer graduate BA in politics and economics, is wintering well among the masters of English First Division football.
January 1, 1970 Flu-hit Coventry to-day made a plea to the FA to call off their third-round tie with Liverpool at Highfield Road on Saturday.
February 25, 1939 Home from Liverpool for a short holiday is 17-year-old Dunfermline footballer-account, Billy Liddell. Billy joined Liverpool F.C. as an amateur last year,
All articles about James Barron on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About James Barron: Born: September 30, 1874: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: January 3, 1939: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
November 4, 1938 Anderson, who has registered three hat tricks in amassing a total of 15 goals for the Reserve team this season, will lead
March 22, 1936 One of the foremost leaders and legislators of the Association football game of all time, Mr. John McKenna, president of the Football
February 14, 1928 Character studies of the Liverpool Players. Elisha Scott. – Goal. This famous Irishman has no peer between the sticks to-day, despite the
Thursday, October 17 – 1918 That’s a bright record for an N.U. player, who has only just turned his attention to Soccer football. Liverpool will
May 20, 1916 Although there was a goodly crowd at Anfield on Saturday to witness the game between a Welsh international team and a fifteen
May 19, 1916 It seems strange that the curtain on important matches of both codes (the soccer and rugger games) should, as it were, be
August 19, 1915 Among the promotions gazettes in the 1st Footballers Battalion are many well-known players. 2nd Lieutenant V.J. Woodward, the international, becomes a lieutenant,
February 25, 1915 There are fewer participants in sports and games since the war began than ever before. Golf clubs, crickets clubs, football clubs, Rugby
Saturday, October 6 – 1906 Park Avenue – Bradford F.C. football ground The accompanying collection of pictures forms the first of a series of illustrated
Saturday, June 16 – 1900 Football has long been the most popular of our English winter pastimes, but it would appear from the opinion of
March 1, 1894 Match: Benefit for Stanley Hospital, at Anfield. Liverpool – Newton Heath 3-0 (2-0). Attendance: 2,000. Liverpool (2-3-5): William McOwen, John McCartney, Duncan
February 26, 1894 The annual benefit to the Stanley Hospital at the Anfield ground, instead of burlesque, will be characteristic of genuine football – a
December 30, 1893 (Cricket and Football Field: December 30, 1893) Frank Sugg, football King, 32 Lord Street, 27 Whitechapel, Liverpool, rugby, football, match balls, flannelette
April 25, 1892 Tonight Mr. Edwin Berry (Chairman of the Liverpool Association Football Club) and the Hon. Sec. will apply to the English Football Council
November 16, 1889 During the past few years, the Association football has made giant strides, in Liverpool and district, as witness the existence and prosperity
December 1, 1863 The fourth meeting of the members of this recently-formed association was held on Tuesday evening, December 1, at seven o’clock, at the
November 10, 1863 When this association was formed a short time since, it was agreed that the honorary secretary, Mr. Ebenezer Cobb Morley, should communicate
October 17, 1863 The question of rule rules to be observed at football has been laid at the feet of several Public School Professors of
October 6, 1863 “Etonensis” complains that the game of football as played at Eton differs essentially in most respects from that played at Westminster, Rugby,