March 20, 1899 The report that Southampton have been approaching Steve Bloomer has caused quite a panic in Liverpool football circles. I went round to
February 1, 1899 A meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Football Association was held on Wednesday at 61, Chancery-lane, London, W.C., when the principal
February 1, 1899 Match: International trial, at Crystal Palace, kick-off: 15:15. South – North 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 7,500. Referee: Mr. Arthur Kingscott (Derby); linesmen: Messrs.
November 25, 1898 Jack Robinson, Southampton. (Source: Lichfield Mercury: November 25, 1898)
November 14, 1898 Last night Mr. J.C. Clegg (Sheffield) presided over a full Council meeting of the Association at 61 Chancercy Lane. A previous resolution
February 14, 1898 Yesterday afternoon a meeting of the Amateur Cup Committee was held at the Football Association Offices, 61 Chancery-lane, London, Mr. G.S. Sherrington
Wednesday, December 15 – 1897 Mr. W. J. C. Clegg presided over a Council meeting of the Football Association at 61, Chancery-lane, yesterday evening, the
Monday, August 2 – 1897 Entries for the Football Association Cup closed on Monday, and the list is as follows: – Aston Villa, Ashford United,
July 29, 1897 The new players of Sheffield United F.C. for the ensuing season are: John Cunningham, left wing forward, of Preston North End; John
April 1, 1893 The arrangements for this tour are as follows: – Today (Saturday), April 1, Birmingham v. Aston Villa. April 3, Liverpool v. Liverpool.
March 3, 1893 To-day about 100 Scandinavian emigrants, who had just arrived in Liverpool, refused to proceed to America by the steamer Lord Clive, of
December 1, 1892 It is becoming daily more evident that the competition to which Liverpool is about to be subjected in the Atlantic trade is
October 20, 1892 The draw for the second qualifying competition for the Association Cup, took place at the Victoria Hotel in Wolverhampton last night. The
October 12, 1892 Match: Inter County, at County Cricket Ground (Southampton). Hampshire – Sussex 3-0 (0-0). Attendance: “Large”. Referee: Mr. R. Bencraft. Hampshire (2-3-5): W.P.
All articles about Harry Dawson on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About Harry Dawson: Born: 1886, Bolton (Lancashire), England. Passed away: Position: Outside left: Height: 173 cm. (5ft. 8in.);