International Football History and Statistics

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This site is driven by a unique database of international football and the English Football League including the FIFA World Cup and FA Premier League since their inception.

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On this day in football history

  • 1910 Manchester United play their last match at the Bank Street Ground before moving to Old Trafford. They beat Tottenham Hotspur 5-0.
  • 1920 Alf Ramsey born in Dagenham Essex.
  • 1929 Death of W. Williams, former West Bromwich Albion and England full-back, at the age of 53. He joined Albion in 1894 and played for England six times between 1897 and 1899.
  • 1938 Barnsley's Frank Bokes scored from a throw-in against Manchester United at Oakwell in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. After taking the throw he charged through the United defence causing such confusion that their 'keeper Breen touched the ball into the net.
  • 1938 Fulham beat Swansea Town 8-1 in Division Two and inflicted the Welsh club's record defeat in the process. Rooke(4), Finch(2), Hammond and O'Callaghan scored for Fulham while Millington netted Swansea's only reply.
  • 1955 Johnny Hartburn of Leyton Orient scored three goals in three minutes against Shrewsbury Town in his club's 5-0 win in Division Three South.
  • 1961 Morocco make it to the 1962 World Cup Finals on the toss of a coin. They had forced a playoff with Tunisia and after this had ended in a 1-1 draw and no penalty shoot-outs the toss of a coin was the method chosen to determine the winner.
  • 1966 Plymouth Argyle beat Corby Town 6-0 in the FA Cup Third Round and set a new club record for the most goals scored in a cup tie.
  • 1991 Wigan Athletic set an unwanted club record when only 1,200 saw them play Rochdale in the Leyland Daf Trophy. It was their lowest ever gate.