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History Of Luton Town F.C. (1885–1970) - Creation, Professionalism and The Football League (1885–1900)
... Luton Town Football Club was formed on 11 April 1885 at a meeting convened at the Village Hall "for the purpose of considering the advisability of forming a town football club" ... The new club was a merger of the two leading local teams, Luton Town Wanderers – a well-organised and ambitious club who had played in the FA Cup – and ... Wanderers had extended its name to Luton Town Wanderers only three months before and were not initially enthusiastic – some of the Wanderers even refused to become part of the new club, and continued ...
History Of Luton Town F.C. (1885–1970) - Rejoining The Football League (1919–1937)
... In the first season following the conflict, 1919–20, not even return of Ernie Simms could stop Luton finishing 20th in the Southern League ... Fortunately for Luton, no clubs were relegated that season instead, Luton joined the new Football League Third Division, and replaced the blue, white and ... Feeling confident of promotion from the new division, Luton finished ninth in 1920–21 and enjoyed a good cup run ...
History Of Luton Town F.C. (1970–present) - The Top Flight (1982–92)
... play, and this was evident during 1982–83 as Luton finished with the second highest tally of away goals, only one less than champions Liverpool ... On the last day of the season, Luton needed all three points against relegation rivals Manchester City at Maine Road to stay in the division ... needing only a point to avoid the drop, defended resolutely and few chances came to Luton – but with only seven minutes remaining, substitute Raddy Antić slammed home the winner to secure Luton's top ...

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