Saturday, February 3 – 1940 Mr. Robert Johnstone, who died at Stirling on Saturday, was a well-known local footballer in the late ‘eighties and early
All articles about David Henderson on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About David Henderson: Born: December 1, 1868: Callander, in Scotland. Passed away: February 8, 1931: Stirling, in Scotland.
Monday, August 8 – 1927 Having withdrawn from the Southern League Luton Town have reduced their playing numbers. It remains to be seen whether its
June 6, 1926 Victim of American bandits Andrew Stenhouse, a Scottish footballer, who formerly played for King’s Park F.C., has been shot dead by bandits
Saturday, May 25 – 1918 Reported missing on 22nd March last, Sergeant Robert A. Brand, Highland Light Infantry, has written to his wife, Mrs. Brand,
October 2, 1915 Match: Midland Section, principal tournament, at Park Avenue, kick-off: 15:30. Bradford Park Avenue – Nottingham Forest 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 5,000. Referee: Mr.
September 25, 1915 Alex Thomson, Lands Valuation Office, Stirling, centre-forward of East Stirlingshire, and formerly of Falkirk and Everton reserve teams (note: should be Liverpool
September 7, 1915 Alex Thomson, who is a son of a well-known former King’s Park goalkeeper in the person of James Thomson, Torbrex, and who
September 3, 1915 East Stirlingshire have received permission from Falkirk to sign on Alex Thomson, who was last season signed by Falkirk from Liverpool. Thomson
March 20, 1915 Four local football warriors Above we give a photograph of four Black Watch Territorials (three of whom belong to Callander), who are
Monday, August 24 – 1914 Having seen Liverpool F.C. play well last night we may term the club as “Passed by censor,” a term which
August 26, 1912 Having escaped the clutches of the Second Division by the merest margin last April, it is only natural to suppose that the
March 26, 1910 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, at the Oval (Belfast), kick-off: 15:30. Distillery – Cliftonville 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Distillery (2-3-5): Donald Sloan,
April 28, 1898 Match: Middlesex Senior Cup, Final, at Kensal Rise. Brentford – 2nd Scots Guards 3-2 (1-0) aet 2-2 full time. Attendance: 3,000. Referee:
July 31, 1897 (from the Scottish Referee). Celtic. Goal: Dan McArthur. Backs: Dan Doyle, James Orr, Jim Welford. Half-backs: Russell, Willie Orr, Jeremiah “Jerry” Reynolds,
Monday, May 10 – 1897 Three brothers played beside each other in a charity cup tie match at Stirling on Saturday for Rob Roy, Callander.
August 26, 1891 Match: Tour of the American-Canadians, at Stirling. King’s Park – Canadians 6-2 (3-2). Attendance: 1,000. King’s Park (2-3-5): Canadians (2-3-5): Dennis Shea,