Burton Wanderers

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1896–97 Football League - Second Division
... (1st title) Promoted Notts County Failed re-election Burton Wanderers Matches played 240 Goals scored 907 (3.78 per match) Top goalscorer Tom Boucher (Notts County), 22 J. 1895–96 1897–98 → Blackpool Burton Swifts Burton Wanderers Darwen Gainsborough Trinity Grimsby Town Leicester Fosse Lincoln City Loughborough Manchester City Newcastle Newton Heath (Manchester ...
1895–96 Football League - Second Division
... Rotherham 10–1 (18 Feb 1896) Biggest away win Burton Swifts –Liverpool 0–7 (29 Feb 1896) Crewe Alexandra –Liverpool 0–7 (28 Mar 1896) Highest scoring Darwen –Rotherham 10–2 (13 Jan ... (7 Dec 1895 - 7 Mar 1896) Longest unbeaten run 10 matches Burton Wanderers (19 Oct 1895 - 4 Jan 1896) Liverpool F.C. 1894–95 1896–97 → Burslem Port Vale Burton Swifts Burton Wanderers Crewe Alexandra Darwen Grimsby Town Leicester Fosse Lincoln City Liverpool Loughborough Manchester City Newcastle Newton ...
1895–96 FA Cup - First Round Proper
16 First Division sides were given a bye to this round, as were Notts County, Darwen, Burton Wanderers, Liverpool, Newton Heath and Woolwich Arsenal ... sides, only Grimsby Town, Newcastle United, Crewe Alexandra and Burton Swifts qualified to the FA Cup Proper ... Tie no Home team Score Away team Date 1 Blackpool 4–1 Burton Swifts 1 February 1896 2 Chesterfield 0–4 Newcastle United 1 February 1896 3 Darwen ...
Burton Wanderers F.C. - History
... In their time in the second division, Burton Wanderers beat Newcastle United 9–0 which remains Newcastle United's worst league defeat away from home ... the Midland League, and, after finishing in bottom place in 1901, merged with neighbouring Burton Swifts (who were still members of the Football League) to form Burton United ... During their existence Burton Wanderers played their home games at Derby Turn and their record attendance was 6,000 for an FA Cup 2nd round match against Notts County in ...

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