November 15, 1969 Mr. Stanley Ronald Williams, chairman of Liverpool F.C. when they reached the F.A. Cup Final in 1950, has died. He was 68.
August 18, 1947 Councillor Stanley Ronald Williams will be unanimously elected chairman of Liverpool F.C. at tomorrow’s meeting of the directors, to succeed the late
July 12, 1944 Mr. William McConnell is the new chairman of Liverpool Football Club. The election was unanimous at last evening’s annual directors’ meeting, and,
June 1, 1944 Harmony reigns among the shareholders of Everton and Liverpool Football Clubs. There will be no elections this year for seats on the
July 12, 1943 Liverpool Football Club will have on the bridge next season the same pilots who guided them to the Football League Championship No.
January 28, 1934 A football friend Liverpool F.C. can never forget the chairmen who held reign. One’s mind casts back to the period when Messrs.
June 5 , 1931 Mr. Stanley Ronald Williams has been elected to the board of directors of the Liverpool Football Club. The result of the
April 24, 1929 Historic Gathering of 600 at the Philharmonic Hall Great Record of a Pioneer Club Old Players Listen to their Feats in the
January 27, 1929 The death occurred yesterday of Mr William Robert Williams, director and ex-chairman of the Liverpool Football Club, at his home, “Caithness,” Menlo
All articles about William Robert Williams on PlayUpLiverpool.com; Born: April 30, 1868. Passed away: January 27, 1929: Mossley Hill, Liverpool, England. Career: Director: Liverpool Football
June 14, 1928 Liverpool F.C. held their annual meeting at Cook Street, and though letters sent to this office suggested there would be an unusual
June 17, 1927 Liverpool F.C.’s annual general was a sudden inspiration. I have had no opportunity of dealing with the matter until now, but make
Period: May 28 – 1926 to June 17 – 1927. Chairman: Mr. Thomas Crompton. Vice-Chairman: Mr. Edward Askew Bainbridge. Board of Directors: Messrs. William Robert
July 13, 1926 Teams representing the North End and Liverpool Football Clubs played an enjoyable game of bowls on the Fulwood Club’s green yesterday. Scores:
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.
February 23, 1924 Match: FA Cup, Third Round, at The Dell, kick-off: 15:00. Southampton – Liverpool 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 18,671. Referee: Mr H.J. Webster (London).
February 23, 1924 A lamentable blow. How the Liverpool official is faring. I am sorry to state that Mr. Matt McQueen, 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
May 7, 1923 At the conclusion of the game with Stoke at Anfield on Saturday, Mr. John McKenna reviewed the history of the club, and
May 5, 1923 There were some enthusiastic scenes at Anfield this afternoon, when Liverpool F.C. received the English Football League Cup for the second year
April 30, 1923 What is the secret of success? A day spent with the players and directors of the Liverpool Football Club convinces me. It
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
July 5, 1922 Liverpool’s huge building scheme There was another quick-despatched annual general meeting locally last night, when Liverpool, under the guidance of the business-like
Period: July 5 – 1921 to July 5 – 1922. Chairman: Mr. William Robert Williams. Vice-Chairman: Mr. John Asbury. Board of Directors: Messrs. Thomas Crompton,