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1887–88 Royal Arsenal F.C. season

This was the second season of the club that was to become Arsenal F.C. In this season they moved from the common of Plumstead Ground to the privately owned Sportsman Ground, in order to charge an entrance fee to view games. The nearby Sportsman P ...

                                               

1887–88 Eastville Rovers F.C. season

The 1887–88 season was the fifth to be played by the team that are now known as Bristol Rovers, and their fourth playing under the name Eastville Rovers. It marked a major change in the direction of football in Gloucestershire as a County Footbal ...

                                               

1887–88 Newton Heath LYR F.C. season

The 1887–88 season was Newton Heath LYRs final season before entering into league football. They only entered one competitive cup competition during the season, the Manchester and District Challenge Cup. They won the tournament, beating Denton 7– ...

                                               

1887–88 St. Marys Y.M.A. season

1887–88 was the third season for St. Marys Young Mens Association Football Club based in Southampton in southern England. The club entered, and won, the Hampshire Junior Cup in its inaugural year, thus laying the foundation for success over the n ...

                                               

1887–88 Stoke F.C. season

In the 1887–88 FA Cup Stoke advanced past local rivals Burslem Port Vale whom they beat 1–0 with a goal from George Lawton, Over Wanderers, Oswestry Town plus a fourth round Bye before losing 4–1 to West Bromwich Albion.

                                               

1887–88 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season

The 1887–88 season was the 10th season in the history of West Bromwich Albion Football Club. The club reached the FA Cup final for the third successive season and won the competition for the first time, beating Preston North End 2–1. Albion also ...

                                               

1887–88 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Season 1887–88 was the twelfth season in which Heart of Midlothian competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Cup for the twelfth time.

                                               

1888–89 Accrington F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Accringtons first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this Accrington became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 7th position level on points with Everton.

                                               

1888–89 Aston Villa F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was the first season of the Football League. Aston Villa were one of the new leagues 12 founding members and finished as runners-up of the Football League, behind double winners Preston North End. The Invincibles from Lancashir ...

                                               

1888–89 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Blackburn Roverss first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this they became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 4th position with 26 points.

                                               

1888–89 Bolton Wanderers F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Bolton Wandererss first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this they became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 5th position with 22 points.

                                               

1888–89 Burnley F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was the seventh season in Burnley Football Clubs history, and their first in league competition following the formation of the Football League in 1888. The side finished ninth in their inaugural league campaign, and as one of t ...

                                               

1888–89 Burslem Port Vale F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Burslem Port Vales first season and only season of football in The Combination. The league was abandoned before the fixture list was completed, though Vale were in poor form regardless. They exited the FA Cup, Staffordshire ...

                                               

1888–89 Derby County F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Derby Countys first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this they became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 10th position with 16 points.

                                               

1888–89 Eastville Rovers F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was the sixth to be played by the team that are now known as Bristol Rovers, and their fifth playing under the name Eastville Rovers. It was significant as being the first season in which the club won a trophy, taking the Glouc ...

                                               

1888–89 Everton F.C. season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Everton put the most unsettled of all the twelve first members of the football League, thirty five players in their t ...

                                               

1888–89 Newton Heath LYR F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Newton Heaths first season of league football, having become a founder member of the Combination in the summer of 1888. The Combination was created as an alternative to the Football League, but its first season was never co ...

                                               

1888–89 Notts County F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Notts Countys first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this Notts County became one of the founder members of the Football League. They finished in 11th position level on points with botto ...

                                               

1888–89 Preston North End F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Preston North Ends first season in the Football League which had just been founded. Because of this Preston became one of the founder members of the Football League. Preston were very successful during the season as they we ...

                                               

1888–89 St. Marys F.C. season

1888–89 was the fourth season for St. Marys Football Club based in Southampton in southern England. The club retained the Hampshire Junior Cup for the second consecutive year.

                                               

1888–89 Stoke F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was Stokes first season in the Football League, Stoke becoming one of the 12 founder members. There are significant changes in English football in 1888-89 after the formation of the football League. Stoke successfully joined th ...

                                               

1888–89 West Bromwich Albion F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was the 11th season in the history of West Bromwich Albion, as well as their first season in the newly formed Football League, of which they were a founder member. They finished in 6th position with 22 points.

                                               

1888–89 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was the first season of competitive league football in the history of English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers. They played in the inaugural season of the newly formed Football League. The club finished in third place in t ...

                                               

1888–89 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

Season 1888–89 was the thirteenth season in which Heart of Midlothian competed at a Scottish national level, entering the Scottish Cup for the thirteenth time.

                                               

1889–90 Royal Arsenal F.C. season

1889-90 marked the 4th season of the club that was to become Arsenal F.C. They remained at the Manor Field in Plumstead for the second consecutive season, and competed in four cup competitions, including the FA Cup, for the very first time, reach ...

                                               

1889–90 Aston Villa F.C. season

Aston Villa had a disappointing 1889–90 season, having finished second in the previous season. They started with an unbeaten opening three games including a win over champions Preston, but suffered several defeats after Christmas, winning only on ...

                                               

1889–90 Burnley F.C. season

The 1889–90 season was the eighth season in the history of Burnley Football Club and their second in the Football League. Burnley ended the season in 11th position with a record of 4 wins, 5 draws and 13 defeats. As a result, the club was forced ...

                                               

1889–90 Eastville Rovers F.C. season

The 1889–90 season was the seventh to be played by the team that are now known as Bristol Rovers, and their sixth playing under the name Eastville Rovers.

                                               

1889–90 Everton F.C. season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. This was a move to Everton over the summer that only four of the previous seasons first choice eleven, Smalley, farme ...

                                               

1889–90 Newton Heath LYR F.C. season

The 1889–90 season was Newton Heath LYRs first season in the Football Alliance, they finished in 8th position. The club also took part in the FA Cup and the Lancashire Senior Cup, failing to get past the First Round in both competitions, as well ...

                                               

1889–90 Sheffield United F.C. season

The 1889–90 season was the first in existence for Sheffield United. Having not been elected to any organised league at that point they predominantly played friendly fixtures but did enter the FA Cup for the first time as well as locally arranged ...

                                               

1889–90 Small Heath F.C. season

The 1889–90 season was the ninth season of competitive association football played by Small Heath F.C., an English football club based in the Small Heath district of Birmingham. They competed in the inaugural season of the Football Alliance. They ...

                                               

1889–90 St. Marys F.C. season

1889–90 was the fifth season for St. Marys Football Club based in Southampton in southern England. The club retained the Hampshire Junior Cup for the third consecutive year.

                                               

1889–90 Stoke F.C. season

The 1889–90 season was Stokes second season in the Football League. It was another bad season for Stoke as they were back in last place in the League, but this time they failed to get re-elected and their place was taken by Sunderland and Stoke j ...

                                               

1889–90 Football Alliance

The 1889–90 Football Alliance was the first season of the Football Alliance, an association football league which was set up in England as an alternative to The Football League, which had begun in the 1888–89 season. A proposal that the Football ...

                                               

1889–90 Northern Football League

The 1889–90 Northern Football League season was the inaugural season in the history of the Northern Football League, a football competition in Northern England.

                                               

1889–90 Celtic F.C. season

The 1888–89 season was the second season of football by Celtic. They competed in the Scottish Cup, Glasgow Exhibition Cup, Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup, Glasgow Cup and Glasgow North Eastern Cup.

                                               

1889–90 Heart of Midlothian F.C. season

The 1889–90 season is the 15th season of competitive football by Heart of Midlothian. Hearts competed in the Scottish Cup, the Rosebery Charity Cup and the East of Scotland Shield.

                                               

1890 Colorado Agricultural football team

The 1890 Colorado Agricultural football team represented Colorado Agricultural College in the Colorado Football Association during the 1890 college football season. The team compiled a 0–2 record and was outscored by a total of 112 to 5. The team ...

                                               

1890 Purdue football team

The 1890 Purdue football team was an American football team that represented Purdue University during the 1890 college football season. The team compiled a 3–3 record in the universitys third season fielding an intercollegiate football team. Clin ...

                                               

1890–91 Royal Arsenal F.C. season

The 1890–91 Royal Arsenal Season was the 5th season of the club that was to become Arsenal F.C. This was the first ever season in which the club would become professional, with overwhelming support to do so from the players. Their achievements in ...

                                               

1890–91 Ardwick A.F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was the first season in which Ardwick A.F.C. competed in a national competitive football competition, having spent the first years of their existence playing friendly matches against local clubs, as well as recent participation ...

                                               

1890–91 Aston Villa F.C. season

Aston Villa had a disappointing 1890–91 season, having finished ninth. They also had a poor season in the F.A. Cup going out in the second round against Stoke.

                                               

1890–91 Burnley F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was the ninth season in the history of Burnley Football Club and their third in the Football League. Burnley ended the season in eighth position with a record of 9 wins, 3 draws and 10 defeats, thus finishing outside the bottom ...

                                               

1890–91 Burslem Port Vale F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was Burslem Port Vales first season in the newly-formed Midland League. They finished in eighth-place, having only picked up two points away from home. They failed to go on any cup runs and were in fact beaten by a club record ...

                                               

1890–91 Eastville Rovers F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was the eighth to be played by the team that are now known as Bristol Rovers, and their seventh playing under the name Eastville Rovers.

                                               

1890–91 Everton F.C. season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Having finished the previous season in second place. Everton made just one signing of note this summer when William C ...

                                               

1890–91 Newton Heath LYR F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was Newton Heaths second season in the Football Alliance, they finished in 9th position. The club also took part in the FA Cup, reaching the Second Qualifying Round, the Lancashire Senior Cup, in which they reached the Second R ...

                                               

1890–91 Sheffield United F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was Sheffield Uniteds second, and their first and only season playing in the newly formed Midland Counties League, as the club sought to establish itself as a major footballing force. The team was selected by the clubs football ...

                                               

1890–91 Small Heath F.C. season

The 1890–91 season was the tenth season of competitive association football played by Small Heath Football Club, an English football club based in the Small Heath district of Birmingham, and their second season in the Football Alliance. They fini ...

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