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Trinidad and Tobago

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I love the way that this team group is set up in the 2-3-5 pyramid formation.
Test cricketer Ellis Achong is at outside left.
It's also good to see a player in spectacles at left half.


Football Madness

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough 10.02.91

Ten Days Off

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Enjoy the Copa and the  Euros, if at all possible...



Harry Cursham

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Between 1877 and 1888 Harry Cursham played in 43 FA Cup ties for Notts County. He scored  49 goals, more than any other player has ever managed in the competition. County were semi finalists in 1883 and 1884.
Cursham also represented England 8 times (1880-84) scoring 5 goals. 


Swansea Town v Arsenal 1926

Football Described by Giants of the Game (1904)

Donald Gow

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Sunderland full-back Donald Gow looks bemused at being photographed against a rather palustrine backdrop. The best years of Gow's career were divided between Glasgow Rangers and Sunderland. He won 2 League Championships with Sunderland. 

Glasgow Rangers 1885-91
Sunderland 1891–92
Glasgow Rangers 1892-93
Sunderland 1893–1897.
He captained  Scotland in a  5-0 defeat at the hands of  England in 1888, his only international.



Association Football Players Union

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Armband worn by Manchester United in the 1909 season.
 The team are reported to have worn these armbands in the opening fixture, a 1-0 win over Bradford City at  Bank Street.  Incidentally Billy Meredith (a champion of the union cause) was absent for this fixture- he missed the first 4 games of the season.
see also: http://gottfriedfuchs.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/outcasts-fc.html


 

Trierer Fußball Club 05 v Phönix Karlsruhe

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Easter 1910. Trierer Fußball Club 05 entertain Phönix Karlsruhe, the reigning German champions. The programme features the team line ups in formation, a very brief summary of the rules and an application form to join Trierer Fußball Club.




Domingos da Guia

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skillful and authoritative defender, Domingada has the distinction of having won major honours in 3 countries. Beginning his career at Bangu as a 17 year old he later joined Vasco da Gama. Having won the Uruguayan Championship with Nacional in 1933, he returned to Vasco, who won the 1934 (LCF) Campeonato Carioca. 1935 saw  Domingos helping Boca Juniors to the Argentinian championship. 
Domingos returned to Brazil in 1936 and had spells with Flamengo and Corinthians before returning to Bangu. His career lasted until 1950. 
He was capped 30 times for Brazil, his debut coming in 1931.



Nikolai Starostin

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Strictly speaking this falls outside our era. Nikolai Starostin lived at 19a Ulitsa Tverskaya (Moscow) from 1961, when his playing days were long behind him, until his death in 1996.
Starotsin, who held the honour Hero of Socialist Labour and was a 3 time recipient of the Order of Lenin, also spent 11 years as a political prisoner (1942-53).
We'll include him here though for the role he played in developing Spartak Moscow, who emerged from the local Moscow scene to become the great populist side in the Soviet Union.
Notice how the colour scheme of the building next door resembles the Spartak jersey!


See also:
http://gottfriedfuchs.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/peoples-team.html
http://gottfriedfuchs.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/starostin-brothers.html

Cheap Excursion

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10,000 people were at the Oval on 13.04.89 to see Scotland beat England by 3-2.  Receipts taken totaled £63 17s. 6d.

The prices shown are in shillings. There were 20 shillings to a pound
Skilled workers were on about £2 2/  (42 shillings) for a 50 hour week.
The Scottish players were nominally amateurs. The England line up included 6 professionals. These players were on about £3 per week during the season, £2 per week in the summer. Other than expenses (which amateurs also received) the FA did not pay the professionals for representing England.

The Victorian railway network played a great role in the rapid increase in the  popularity of football in the 1880s.  With the top clubs being concentrated in the North and the Midlands travel to away matches was relatively straightforward. 


Football King

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I wonder if the Nike Ordem 4 would withstand being driven over by a two ton roller? I wonder if any League clubs possess a two ton roller?

Deutscher Fußball-Bund 1900

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Despite opposition from the  pro gymnastics camp who viewed ball games as un-Germanic and an early flirtation with hybrid rules, Association football began to take hold in Germany towards the end of the 19th century.86 clubs were represented at Der Erste Allgemeiner Deutscher Fußballtag at the Zum Mariengarten restaurant in Leipzig on 28.01.1900. This conference led to the foundation of the DFB (Deutscher Fußball-Bund).


Cities and towns with more than one club present were:


Berlin (25)

Mannheim (5)

Dresden (2)

Bremen (7)

Braunschweig (3)

Hanau (2)

Hamburg (6)

Karlsruhe (3)

Magdeburg (2)

Frankfurt (5)

Munich (3)

Pforzheim (2)

Leipzig (5)

Altona (2)

Prague (2)






Johannes Kirmse, Chairman of the Leipzig Football Association.




24 clubs who were represented are still active* (1 in France): 

Altonaer Fußball- und Cricketclub 1893 

Altona

Currently known as Altonaer Fußball-Club von 1893 e. V, playing in Oberliga Hamburg (level 5)


Berliner Fußball-Club Alemannia 1890 e. V.

Berlin

Plays in level 9.


Berliner Sport-Verein 1892 e.V

Berlin

Level 8.


Berliner Fußball-Club Concordia 1895

Berlin

FC Concordia Wilhelmsruh 1895 (Level 8).


Berliner Fußball-Club Germania 1888

Berlin

Currently play at level 10.


Berliner Fußball-Club Hertha 92

Berlin

Currently a Bundesliga side.


Berliner Fußball-Club Preußen 1894

Berlin

Originally BFC Friedrich Wilhelm, currently playing at the 6th level.


Fußball- und Cricket Club Eintracht Braunschweig

Braunschweig
Having undergone a few trifling name changes Braunschweiger Turn- und Sportverein Eintracht von 1895 e.V. are alive and well in the 2. Bundesliga.


Fußballverein Werder 1899 Bremen

Bremen

Bundesliga.


Dresdner Sport Gesellschaft 1893

Dresden

SpVgg Dresden-Löbtau 1893 currently play in the 8th level.


Dresdner Sportclub 1898 e. V.

Dresden

These days it’s Level 7 football.


Sports-Club Erfurt

Erfurt

FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt play in the 3rd level.


Verein für Leibeserziehungen Germania 1894 e.V.

Frankfurt

Germania now play in the 9th tier.


Freiburger Fußball-Club 1897

Freiburg

Currently a 6th level club.


Sport Verein St. Georg von 1895

Hamburg

Still playing, in the 9th tier of German football.


Sports-Club Victoria Hamburg

Hamburg

Level 5.


Erster Hanauer Fußball-Club 1893

Hanau

Level 7.


Fußball-Club Viktoria 1894 Hanau

Hanau

Now known as TSV 1860 Hanau they play in level 8.


Karlsruher Fußball Verein 1891 e.V.

Karlsruhe
Level 11.


Fußball-Club Lipsia 1893

Leipzig

7th level.


Sports Gesellschaft Olympia 1896 Leipzig

Leipzig

Having been through many name changes and mergers the club now plays in the 8th tier.


Verein für Rasenspiele Mannheim 1896

Mannheim

Level 6.


Verein für Bewegungsspiele Pankow

Berlin

Currently known as VfB Einheit zu Pankow 1893 e.V., playing in the 9th Level.


Straßburger Fußball Verein 1890

Strasbourg

Association Sportive de Strasbourg is now a French club, playing in the 7th tier.

















































































*Status as of 2015-16 season.


These clubs have been absorbed in  mergers - present day clubs regard them as 'origin clubs': 

Berliner Fußball-Club vom Jahre 1893

Berlin

Merged with Berliner Normannia 08 in 1918 and again with Berliner Eintracht-Borussia 01 in 1933. The present Kreisliga B (level 10) club SG Nordring 1949 identifies itself as a descendant.


Berliner Fußball-Club Fortuna 1894

Berlin

In 1914, Fortuna merged with Britannia Berlin to form present-day side Berliner SV, who play at Level 9.


Berliner Fußball und Cricket Club Rapide 1893

Berlin

Via a complex series of mergers the modern 11th tier club SV Nord Wedding 1893 cites Rapide as being its originator.


Berliner Fußball-Club Stern 89

Berlin

Briefly BFC Marbert, Stern evolved via a post war merger into the present SV Stern Britz 1889 (level 8).


Berliner Thor- und Fußball-Club Union 1892

Berlin

In 1927 the club merged to become Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin.


Berliner Fußball-Club Viktoria 1889

Berlin

Another club that had a strong cricket section, reflected in the original name Berliner Thorball- und Fußballclub Viktoria von 1889.  In 2013 the club merged with Lichterfelder FC to form a new club, FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin.



Fußball-Club Germania Braunschweig

Braunschweig

Were part of a complex series of mergers (1907) that led to the development of the present 8th level club VfB Rot-Weiß 04 Braunschweig.


Bremer 

Sport-Club 
Bremen

Later known as Allgemeine Turn- und Sportverein Bremen von 1860.  In 1998 engaged in a merger, forming FC Union 60 (5th level).


Fußball-Club 1880 Frankfurt

Frankfurt

A Rugby Club that no longer has any Association branch.


Frankfurter Fußball-Club 1899

Frankfurt

Merged with Frankfurter Kickers in November 1900. Merged with Victoria in 1911 to become Frankfurter Fußballverein (Kickers-Victoria) von 1899. In 1920 this new club was in turn absorbed into Eintracht Frankfurt.


Frankfurter Fußball-Club Victoria 1899

Frankfurt

See above (Frankfurter Fußball-Club 1899).


Hamburger Fußball-Club 1888

Hamburg

Hamburger SV, (following 1919 merger) Bundesliga.


Sport-Club  Germania 1887

Hamburg

Hamburger SV, (following 1919 merger) Bundesliga.


Deutscher Sportverein 1878 Hannover e.V.

Hannover

A Rugby Club with no Association branch.


Karlsruher Fußball-Club Phönix

Karlsruhe

In 1952 via a merger developed into Karlsruher Sport-Club Mühlburg Phoenix e. V. (Karlsruher SC) who play in the second tier of the German pyramid.Walther Bensemann represented Phönix at the inaugural DFB meeting.


Karlsruher Fußball-Club Südstadt

Karlsruhe

Also represented by Bensemann Südstadt survived until 2001 when a merger saw them become part of Post Südstadt Karlsruhe e.V. who currently play in the 7th level.


Mannheimer Fußball Gesellschaft Union 1897

Mannheim

Merged with Verein für Rasenspiele Mannheim 1896 in 1911.


Mannheimer Fußball-Club Viktoria 1897

Mannheim

Merged with Verein für Rasenspiele Mannheim 1896 in 1911.


Erster Fußball-Club Pforzheim

Pforzheim

1896-2010, when they merged with VfR Pforzheim to form 1. CfR Pforzheim.

















































 These clubs are no longer in existence:


Fußball-Club Eintracht Altona

Altona

1897-1902.


Ascherslebener Sport-Club 1898

Aschersleben


Akademische Sport-Club 1893 Berlin

Berlin

The club of Ivo Schricker, later Secretary-General of FIFA. After 1911 the club concerned itself only with university sport, and fell from the wider stage.


Akademischer Ballspiel-Club 1897 Charlottenburg

Berlin


Formed as the result of a schism in Akademische Sport-Club 1893 Berlin. Focused on inter   university competition in the 1900s.


Berliner Fußball-Club Burgund

Berlin

1896-1903. The club merged with BFC Phönix to form BFC Deutschland.


Berliner Fußball-Club Columbia 1896

Berlin


Berliner Fußball -und Cricket Club Deutschland

Berlin

With the growing enthusiasm for ‘English’ sports many omni-sports clubs played Rugby and cricket as well as Association football.


Berliner Fußball-Club Favorit

Berlin

As BSC Favorit the club endured until the Third Reich era. In 1945 the club re-emerged as VfL Nord Berlin, finally dissolving in 1973.


Berliner Fußball-Club Frankfurt 1885

Berlin

Initially a Rugby club, Frankfurt were candidates for the distinction of being Germany’s first football club.


Berliner Sport-Club 1899 Komet

Berlin

Dissolved in the 1930s.


Berliner Fußball-Club Phönix

Berlin

See BFC Burgund above.


Berliner Fußball-Club Tasmania 1890

Berlin

Dissolved in the first decade of the 20th century.


Berliner Thorball- und Fußball-Club Toscana

Berlin

Dissolved in the first decade of the 20th century.


Berliner Thor- und Fußball-Club Union 1892

Berlin

Merged with BFC Vorwärts 1890 in 1927 to form Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin. Blau-Weiß went out of business in 1992.


Berliner Fußball-Club Vorwarts 1890

Berlin

See above.



Fußball-Club Brunsviga 1896 Braunschweig

Braunschweig

1896-1901.



Allgemeinen Bremer Sportclub von 1898

Bremen


Sportclub Germania 1899 Bremen

Bremen


Sport-Club  Hansa 1898 Bremen

Bremen

1898-1902.


Kultur- und Sport Verein Simson Bremen

Bremen

Their final competitive season was in 1901.


Club Spiel und Sport 1896 Bremen

Bremen

1896-1909.


Sport Verein Blitz 1897 Breslau

Breslau

Became Verein für Rasenspiel 1897 Breslau in 1907. Following a series of rebrandings the club went out of existence at the end of the 1939-45 war.


Chemnitzer Ballspiel-Club

Chemnitz

1899-1945.


Erster Bockenheimer Fußball-Club 1899

Frankfurt

1899-1901.



Sport-Excelsior Friedenau

Friedenau

1896-?


Fußball-Club Association 1893 Hamburg

Hamburg

1893-?



Fußball-Club Hammonia 1896 Hamburg

Hamburg

1896-1904.



Hanauer Fußball Gesellschaft 1899

Hanau


Leipziger Ballspielclub von 1893

Leipzig

Originally an English ex pats football and cricket club, they were one of the early clubs in the city. They played in minor football for 4 decades before disappearing in the wake of the 1939-45 war.


Verein für Bewegungsspiele Sportbrüder 1893 Leipzig

Leipzig


3 times national champions as Verein für Bewegungsspiele Leipzig, they went out of existence in 1946.


Fußball-Club Wacker Leipzig

Leipzig

Founded in 1895, the club changed its name to SC Wacker in 1918. Like many institutions in what became the German Democratic Republic, it was disbanded in 1946 under the direction of the occupying forces.


Sportverein Viktoria 96 Magdeburg

Magdeburg

Founded in 1896 the club went bankrupt in 1937.


Magdeburger Fußball und Cricket Club Viktoria 1897

Magdeburg


Always a minor team, Kricketer disappeared in 1945.


Mannheimer Fußballgesellschaft Germania 1897

Mannheim


Mittweidaer Ballspielclub

Mittweida

1896-1945- absorbed in a wartime merger to form the shortlived KSG Mittweida.


Fußball-Club Germania 1899 Mühlhausen

Mühlhausen

1893-1918.


Erster Münchner Fußball-Club 1896

Munich

1896- 1910- original club members abandoned the game in favour of mountaineering.


Fußball-Club Bavaria 1899 München

Munich

1899-1907. Joined with the gymnastics club Turngemeinde Munich AV.


Fußball-Club Nordstern 1896 München

Munich

Dissolved in 1902.


Sport-Club Naumburg

Naumburg

1899-1908.


Pforzheimer Fußball-Club Frankonia

Pforzheim


Deutscher Fußball-Club Prag

Prague

1896-1939. An ethnic German club based in Prague, then a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.


Deutsche Fußball-Club 1899 Germania Prag

Prague

Relocated in 1903 to become DFC Graslitz, endured until 1945.







Juan Pedro Young

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Cañonero Young scored 33 goals in 27 games in the 1933 season.
 Peñarol scored 77 goals that season, 21 more than nearest rivals Nacional. It was Nacional, however, who won the title following a protracted series of play offs. The 1933 championship was decided on November 18th 1934!
 Young did win championships with Peñarol in 1932, 1935, 1936 and 1937.

Joe Sykes

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            Joe Sykes made his debut for his hometown club The Wednesday at the tail end of the 1919-20 season. He played at any one of the 3 half back positions.
His first team opportunities were limited (31 appearances and 1 goal) and in the summer of 1924 he joined Swansea Town.
Sykes went on to make 336 appearances for the Swans (Famous Footer Club!), scoring 8 goals. He retired in 1935, having played 6 games at inside left in his final season.




Edinburgh Derbies in the 19th century.

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Edinburgh Evening News- 31.05.86

The 2 great Edinburgh clubs Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian* played each other 116 times in the 19th century.
Hibernian were inactive in 1890-91, and didn't enter the League until 1893, reaching Division 1 in 1895.
Early matches were palyed at The Meadows. Then in the 1880s both teams played at Leith Powderhall. Hibernian played some matches at Newington. Heart of Midlothian then took up a ground at Gorgie Road known as Tynecastle and Hibernian opened Hibernian Stadium at Easter Road. Confusingly neither of these grounds were the clubs' present homes. The present Tynecastle opened in 1886 and Easter Road in 1893.
* St Bernard's will be covered elsewhere.








1

25.12.75

Heart of Midlothian

1

0

Hibernian

n

Friendly

2

16.02.77

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

n

Friendly

3

24.02.77

Heart of Midlothian

0

1

Hibernian

n

Friendly

4

21.04.77

Heart of Midlothian

0

1

Hibernian

n

Friendly

5

29.09.77

Heart of Midlothian

0

0

Hibernian

n

Scottish Cup R1


6

06.10.77

Heart of Midlothian

1

2

Hibernian

n

7

09.02.78

Heart of Midlothian

0

0

Hibernian

n

Edinburgh Cup Final

8

16.02.78

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

n

9

23.02.78

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

n

10

06.04.78

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

n

11

20.04.78

Heart of Midlothian

3

2

Hibernian

n

12

01.03.79

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

n

Edinburgh Cup Final

13

29.03.79

Heart of Midlothian

0

2

Hibernian

n

14

03.05.79

Heart of Midlothian

1

0

Hibernian

n

Presidents Cup

15

01.11.79

Heart of Midlothian

0

0

Hibernian

Scottish Cup R3

16

08.11.79

Heart of Midlothian

0

0

Hibernian

17

15.11.79

Hibernian

2

1

Heart of Midlothian

18

31.01.80

Heart of Midlothian

2

5

Hibernian

Edinburgh Cup

19

23.10.80

Heart of Midlothian

5

3

Hibernian

Scottish Cup R3

20

04.12.80

Heart of Midlothian

1

3

Hibernian

Edinburgh Cup

21

01.10.81

Heart of Midlothian

2

4

Hibernian

Edinburgh Cup

22

31.12.81

Hibernian

3

2

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

23

01.04.82

Heart of Midlothian

2

6

Hibernian

Friendly

24

14.10.82

Hibernian

2

3

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

25

03.02.83

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

Friendly

26

10.03.83

Heart of Midlothian

3

1

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup SF

27

20.10.83

Heart of Midlothian

1

4

Hibernian

Scottish Cup R3

28

03.11.83

Heart of Midlothian

2

3

Hibernian

Friendly

29

09.02.84

Hibernian

4

1

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh Shield SF

30

29.03.84

Hibernian

2

4

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

31

30.08.84

Hibernian

6

0

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

32

13.12.84

Hibernian

3

1

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh Shield R4

33

31.01.85

Heart of Midlothian

2

7

Hibernian

Friendly

34

25.04.85

Heart of Midlothian

0

3

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup Final

35

19.09.85

Heart of Midlothian

0

2

Hibernian

Friendly

36

03.10.85

Hibernian

2

1

Heart of Midlothian

Scottish Cup R2

37

19.12.85

Hibernian

4

3

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh Shield R4

38

13.03.86

Hibernian

3

0

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly


15.05.86

Heart of Midlothian

0

2

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup Final

2 matches abandoned


01.06.86

Heart of Midlothian

2

0

Hibernian

n

39

24.06.86

Heart of Midlothian

1

0

Hibernian

n

40

23.10.86

Hibernian

5

1

Heart of Midlothian

Scottish Cup R3

41

12.03.87

Heart of Midlothian

0

3

Hibernian

n

Edinburgh Shield Final

42

30.04.87

Hibernian

5

2

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

43

16.05.87

Hibernian

7

1

Heart of Midlothian

Roseberry Cup Final

44

15.10.87

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

Scottish Cup R3

45

22.10.87

Hibernian

1

3

Heart of Midlothian

46

24.12.87

Hibernian

5

2

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh Shield SF

47

11.02.88

Heart of Midlothian

1

0

Hibernian

Friendly

48

17.03.88

Hibernian

3

3

Heart of Midlothian

Charity match

49

14.04.88

Heart of Midlothian

0

6

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup SF

50

24.11.88

Hibernian

1

3

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

51

09.02.89

Heart of Midlothian

6

0

Hibernian

Friendly

52

23.05.89

Heart of Midlothian

5

2

Hibernian

Friendly

53

25.01.90

Hibernian

2

5

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

54

15.03.90

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

Friendly

55

12.04.90

Heart of Midlothian

3

2

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup SF

56

01.05.90

Heart of Midlothian

5

3

Hibernian

Friendly

57

06.08.90

Heart of Midlothian

2

0

Hibernian

n

Exhibition Cup

58

11.10.90

Heart of Midlothian

2

1

Hibernian

East of Scotland Shd

59

01.11.90

Heart of Midlothian

4

1

Hibernian

Friendly

60

18.05.93

Heart of Midlothian

2

1

Hibernian

Friendly

61

12.08.93

Hibernian

2

10

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

62

28.10.93

Heart of Midlothian

7

3

Hibernian

Friendly


09.12.93

Hibernian

5

3

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Shd

1st match disputed

63

30.12.93

Hibernian

2

2

Heart of Midlothian

64

06.01.94

Heart of Midlothian

3

2

Hibernian

65

27.01.94

Heart of Midlothian

2

1

Hibernian

Friendly

66

31.05.94

Hibernian

4

2

Heart of Midlothian

Roseberry Cup Final

67

04.08.94

Heart of Midlothian

1

2

Hibernian

Friendly

68

25.08.94

Hibernian

5

3

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

69

08.12.94

Hibernian

1

2

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh League

70

01.01.95

Heart of Midlothian

6

1

Hibernian

Friendly

71

20.04.95

Hibernian

2

1

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh League

72

03.08.95

Heart of Midlothian

5

3

Hibernian

Friendly

73

28.09.95

Heart of Midlothian

4

3

Hibernian

Div 1

74

21.12.95

Hibernian

3

2

Heart of Midlothian

Div 1

75

25.01.96

Hibernian

1

1

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

76

14.03.96

Heart of Midlothian

3

1

Hibernian

n

Scottish Cup Final

77

21.03.96

Hibernian

0

1

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh League

78

20.04.96

Heart of Midlothian

7

1

Hibernian

Edinburgh League

79

06.05.96

Heart of Midlothian

2

0

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup SF

80

26.09.96

Hibernian

2

0

Heart of Midlothian

Div 1

81

05.12.96

Heart of Midlothian

1

0

Hibernian

Div 1

82

13.03.97

Hibernian

5

1

Heart of Midlothian

Edinburgh League

83

19.04.97

Heart of Midlothian

4

3

Hibernian

Edinburgh League

84

11.05.97

Heart of Midlothian

0

3

Hibernian

n

Roseberry Cup Final

85

01.09.97

Heart of Midlothian

5

3

Hibernian

Friendly

86

18.09.97

Hibernian

1

1

Heart of Midlothian

Div 1

87

18.12.97

Heart of Midlothian

3

2

Hibernian

Div 1

88

01.01.98

Hibernian

0

2

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

89

12.02.98

Heart of Midlothian

2

1

Hibernian

East of Scotland Lge

90

26.03.98

Hibernian

1

1

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Lge

91

21.05.98

Hibernian

1

6

Heart of Midlothian

Roseberry Cup Final

92

20.08.98

Hibernian

1

3

Heart of Midlothian

Friendly

93

08.10.98

Heart of Midlothian

4

0

Hibernian

Div 1

94

29.10.98

Hibernian

1

5

Heart of Midlothian

Div 1

95

02.01.99

Heart of Midlothian

4

1

Hibernian

Friendly

96

18.03.99

Hibernian

0

1

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Shd

97

01.04.99

Hibernian

1

1

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Lge

98

29.04.99

Heart of Midlothian

3

1

Hibernian

East of Scotland Lge

99

08.05.99

Hibernian

2

3

Heart of Midlothian

Roseberry Cup SF

100

19.08.99

Heart of Midlothian

3

1

Hibernian

East of Scotland Lge

101

28.10.99

Hibernian

1

0

Heart of Midlothian

Div 1

102

25.11.99

Heart of Midlothian

1

3

Hibernian

Div 1

103

01.01.00

Heart of Midlothian

3

3

Hibernian

Intercity League

104

27.01.00

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian

Scottish Cup R2

105

03.02.00

Hibernian

1

2

Heart of Midlothian

106

16.04.00

Hibernian

0

0

Heart of Midlothian

Intercity League

107

05.05.00

Hibernian

3

0

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Shd

108

12.05.00

Hibernian

0

0

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Lge

109

19.05.00

Heart of Midlothian

3

3

Hibernian

Roseberry Cup Final

110

23.05.00

Heart of Midlothian

3

0

Hibernian

n

111

18.08.00

Hibernian

3

2

Heart of Midlothian

East of Scotland Lge

112

01.09.00

Hibernian

3

0

Heart of Midlothian

Div 1

113

13.10.00

Heart of Midlothian

0

0

Hibernian

Div 1



n= neutral venue




All matches:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

50

233

Hibernian

39

226

Drawn

24


Abandoned

2


Disputed

1




Scottish League:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

5

21

Hibernian

5

19

Drawn

2




Scottish Cup:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

4

20

Hibernian

5

23

Drawn

5




Friendlies:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

21

101

Hibernian

11

78

Drawn

4




Edinburgh Cup:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

1

12

Hibernian

4

20

Drawn

5




Presidents Cup:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

1

1

Hibernian



Drawn





Roseberry Cup:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

7

27

Hibernian

5

32

Drawn

1


Abandoned (not included in stats)

2




Edinburgh Shield:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian


7

Hibernian

5

19

Drawn





Charity match:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian


3

Hibernian


3

Drawn

1




Edinburgh International 

Exhibition Cup:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

1

2

Hibernian



Drawn






East of Scotland Shield:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

3

8

Hibernian

1

8

Drawn

1


Disputed (not included in stats)

1




Edinburgh League:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

4

16

Hibernian

2

12

Drawn





East of Scotland League:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian

3

12

Hibernian

1

8

Drawn

3




Intercity League:
Wins

Goals

Heart of Midlothian


3

Hibernian


3

Drawn

1











Italy 1936

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Berlin (Olympia Stadion) – Saturday, 15th August 1936.
Vittorio Pozzo celebrates with his gold medal winners after the Azzurri had beaten Austria 2-1 in the Olympic Final in front of an 85,000 crowd. 

Italy lined up: Venturini (Sampierdarenese), Foni (Juventus), Rava (Juventus), Baldo (Lazio), Piccini (Fiorentina), Locatelli (Ambrosiana), Frossi (Ambrosiana), Marchini (Lucchese), Bertoni (Pisa), Biagi (Pisa),Gabriotti (Lazio).

Sergio Bertoni, Alfredo FoniPietro Rava and Ugo Locatelli went on to feature in Italy's World Cup win in 1938.

The Southern League 1894–95

0
0

First Division


P

W

D

L

F

A

ave.

pts.

Millwall Athletic

16

12

4

0

68

19

3.58

28

Luton Town

16

9

4

3

36

22

1.64

22

Southampton St Mary’s

16

9

2

5

34

25

1.36

20

Ilford

16

6

3

7

26

40

0.65

15

Reading

16

6

2

8

33

38

0.87

14

Chatham Town

16

4

5

7

22

25

0.88

13

Royal Ordnance Factories

16

3

6

7

20

30

0.67

12

Clapton

16

5

1

10

22

38

0.58

11

Swindon Town

16

4

1

11

24

48

0.5

9

Second Division


P

W

D

L

F

A

ave.

pts.

New Brompton

12

11

0

1

57

10

5.7

22

Sheppey United

12

6

1

5

25

23

1.09

13

Old St.Stephen's

12

6

0

6

26

26

1

12

Uxbridge

12

4

3

5

14

20

0.7

11

Bromley

12

4

1

7

23

30

0.77

9

Chesham

12

3

3

6

20

42

0.48

9

Maidenhead

12

2

4

6

19

33

0.58

8




Millwall Athletic 

Formed 1885 as Millwall Rovers, became Millwall Athletic in 1889. Played in the Southern League for 22 seasons (champions twice) before joining the

 Third Division of The Football League in 1920-21. The 'Athletic' was dropped in 1903.
Currently playing in the 3rd tier of the English pyramid. 


Luton Town 
Founded in 1885 following a merger of Luton Town Wanderers and Excelsior.  having played in the first 2 seasons of the Southern league they then resigned to join the United League. 
In 1897–98 Luton joined the Second Division of  The Football League. They re joined the Southern League in 1900–01 following relegation  and remained until 

joining the

 Third Division of The Football League in 1920-21. In all they played 18 seasons in the Southern League but never bettered this second placed finish.
Currently playing in the 4th tier of the English pyramid. 

Southampton St Mary’s
St. Mary's Young Men's Association F.C. was also founded in 1885. In 1887 the name was simplified to St Mary's and when they joined the Southern League Southampton was added. They won the Southern League championship for three years running between 1897 and 1899 and again in 1901, 1903 and 1904. 
Played in the Southern League for 22 seasons before joining the Third Division of The Football League in 1920-21. Currently a Premier League side. 
 
Ilford
 Founded in 1881 the Essex club were prominent in amateur football.  They were relegated and left the Southern League at the end of its second season, later joining the Isthmian League. They merged with Leytonstone in 1979 and there is currently an unconnected club of the same name in existence. 

Reading
Founded on Xmas Day 1871. 
Reading played Southern League football for 22 seasons,and joined the Third Division of The Football League in 1920-21. Currently play in the 2nd tier of English football.

 Chatham Town
Founded 1892 (as Chatham United). They currently play at level 8 of the pyramid (Isthmian League Division 1 South). In 1888-89 Chatham reached the last 8 of the FA Cup, but lost 10-1 at home to West Bromwich Albion.  

 Royal Ordnance Factories
Extant 1893-96, effectively an amateur offshoot of the Arsenal , featuring many players who had also represented Dial Square/ Royal Arsenal/ Woolwich Arsenal. 

Clapton
The East London club was founded in 1878 as Downs FC, taking the name Clapton the following yearThey have the distinction of being the first British club to play abroad (Belgium 188?). They currently play at Level 9 (Essex Senior League).


Swindon Town
Originating in 1879,entered the Football League in 1920 and currently playing in the 3rd tier of the English pyramid. The inaugural season of the Southern league was Swindon Town's first as a professional club.

New Brompton FC 
Founded in May 1893. In 1912 assumed the name Gillingham FC. Joined the Football League in 1920. Currently play in the  3rd tier of the English pyramid.

Sheppey United 
The Kent club were in existence from 1890 until 2001. A new club (the third incarnation) was formed in 2010.

Old St.Stephen's
Originated in Westminster in 1880, but moved around South/ West London during the 1890s. 
In 1898 absorbed in a merger to form Shepherd's Bush FC (dissolved 1915).

Uxbridge
Founded in 1871 the Middlesex club currently play at level 8.

Bromley
Founded in 1892 the London club are currently in the 5th tier.

Chesham
A Buckinghamshire club founded in 1879. They took part in a merger to form Chesham United in 1917.

Maidenhead
Founded in 1870, the Berkshire club are currently playing at the 6th level.




Dinamo Krasnodar

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Suntanned, slick and healthful. Dinamo Krasnodar line up in 1936.
Founded in 1928, Dinamo evolved into the present day Kuban Krasnodar.