September 14, 1940 Match: Liverpool County Combination, at Sandy Lane. Skelmersdale – Liverpool “A” 4-4 (3-3). Attendance: ‘Poor’. Skelmersdale (2-3-5): Duckworth, Pickavance, Pennington, Harry Ashurst,
May 11, 1940 Match: Liverpool County Challenge Cup, Final, at Sandy Lane. Skelmersdale – Liverpool “A” 3-1 (1-0). Referee: Mr. J. Foster; linesmen: Messrs. A.E.
Saturday, August 12 – 1939 The teams to turn out for Tranmere Rovers, Chester, Wrexham, South Liverpool and Crewe today are appended: – Tranmere Rovers.
Friday, January 6 – 1939 During yesterday work on clearing the ground was started at Anfield and this will be completed this morning. Mr. George
Thursday, January 5 – 1939 Luton FC, who meet Liverpool in the third round FA Cup-tie at Anfield, on Saturday, are doubtful whether Jack Nelson,
December 13, 1933 Match: Friendly, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:15. Liverpool – FK Austria Wien 4-2 (4-1). Attendance: 20,000. Referee: Mr. H.E. Hull (Burnley); linesmen: Messrs:
January 14, 1913 The Ground Committee of the Liverpool Football Club met to-day and decided that it would be unwise to clear the snow from
January 2, 1911 Key note: “The display of the Wearside team against Liverpool at Roker Park yesterday was a striking contrast to that they have
Tuesday, February 11 – 1902 A very largely attended special meeting of the General Council (under the presidency of Mr Lewis Peake, chairman), entrusted with
Saturday, February 10 – 1900 At Anfield the effects of the storm were such that it was early seen there would be no chance of
February 11, 1897 Some years ago the citizens of Liverpool hit upon a merry method of making money and a noble way of spending them.
January 9, 1893 The championship of the Lancashire League promises to produce a grand fight. That coveted position lies between the leading three, and their
January 7, 1893 These teams met on the Bamford Road enclosure this afternoon, in the return fixture, but the severe weather kept the attendance down
January 2, 1893 Key note: “The championship of the Lancashire League promises to produce a grand fight. That coveted position lies between the leading three,
December 6, 1892 Shivering in the snow last evening, one of the hawkers of Church-street was heard crying out, “Tennyson’s last poem, words and music,
December 4, 1892 Snow has fallen heavily at Liverpool. Last night at Liverpool there were heavy peals of thunder and flashes of lightning. (Derby Daily
Saturday, March 6 – 1886 On Friday, a number of placards were exhibited in Liverpool announcing that 100 men were required to clear away the