Liverpool County Combination
Get Liverpool County Combination essential facts below. View Videos or join the Liverpool County Combination discussion. Add Liverpool County Combination to your PopFlock.com topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
Liverpool County Combination

The Liverpool County Football Combination was a football league based in Merseyside, England. It was founded in 1908 and had its first season in 1909-10. A second division was quickly formed, and the league ran with two divisions for the majority of its existence.

The league had a knockout competition, the George Mahon Cup,[1] for the entire duration of its existence.

The league's last season was 2005-06, when the league champions were Speke. At the conclusion of the 2005-06 season, the league merged with the I Zingari League to form a new competition - the Liverpool County Premier League, which took the County Combination's former place at step 7 (or level 11) of the English football league system and as a feeder to the North West Counties Football League First Division. The George Mahon Cup is still contested by teams in the new league.[2]

Season summary

Season Division 1 Champions Division 1 Runners-Up Division 2 Champions Division 2 Runners-Up
1909-10[3] Garston Gasworks Prescot Wireworks
1910-11[3] Skelmersdale United Prescot Wireworks Banks Road Widnes County Reserves
1911-12[3] Garston North End Skelmersdale United L & N.W.R. Perway Prescot Swifts
1912-13[3] Garston Gasworks Prescot Wireworks
1913-14[3] Skelmersdale United Wallasey Borough
1914-15[3] Burscough Rangers[4] St Helens Town
1915-16[3] Competition suspended - World War One
1916-17[3] Competition suspended - World War One
1917-18[3] Competition suspended - World War One
1918-19[3] Competition suspended - World War One
1919-20[3] Competition suspended - World War One
1920-21[3] Skelmersdale United Frodsham Athletic
1921-22[3] Burscough Rangers Frodsham
1922-23[3] New Brighton Reserves Wigan Borough Reserves
1923-24[3] New Brighton Reserves Ormskirk
1924-25[3] Port Sunlight Athletic Everton 'A'
1925-26[3] Burscough Rangers Whiston Parish Church
1926-27[3] Burscough Rangers New Brighton Reserves
1927-28[3] Marine Whiston
1928-29[3] Whiston Marine
1929-30[3] Liverpool 'A' Bootle Celtic
1930-31[3] Marine Everton 'A'
1931-32[3] Everton 'A' Whiston
1932-33[3] Whiston Everton 'A'
1933-34[3] Marine Everton 'A'
1934-35[3] Marine Everton 'A'
1935-36[3] Everton 'A' Skelmersdale United
1936-37[3] Everton 'A' Earlestown Bohemians
1937-38[3] Everton 'A' Hoylake Athletic
1938-39[3] Skelmersdale United Everton 'A'
1939-40[3] Competition suspended - World War Two
1940-41[3] Competition suspended - World War Two
1941-42[3] Competition suspended - World War Two
1942-43[3] Competition suspended - World War Two
1943-44[3] Competition suspended - World War Two
1944-45[3] Competition suspended - World War Two
1945-46[3] Skelmersdale United Marine Marlborough Skelmersdale United Reserves
1946-47[3] Liverpool 'A' Skelmersdale United Castner Kellner Napiers
1947-48[3] Earlestown F.C. Formby Everton 'B' Ellesmere Port Town Reserves
1948-49[3] Formby Everton 'A' Everton 'B' Runcorn Athletic
1949-50[3] Burscough Skelmersdale United Skelmersdale United Reserves Burscough Reserves
1950-51[5] Skelmersdale United Everton 'A' Everton 'B' Earlestown Reserves
1951-52[5] Skelmersdale United Formby Fleetwood Hesketh Everton 'B'
1952-53[5] Everton 'A' Formby Everton 'B' Brenka
1953-54[5] Skelmersdale United Everton 'A' Burscough Reserves Liverpool 'B'
1954-55[5] Everton 'A' Liverpool 'A' Aintree S.S. Everton 'B'
1955-56[5] Liverpool 'A' Marine Reserves
1956-57[5] Unit Construction South Liverpool Reserves
1957-58[5] Dunlop (Speke) Marine Reserves
1958-59[5] Guinness Exports Burscough Reserves
1959-60[5] Guinness Exports Unit Construction
1960-61[5] Rylans Recreation Guinness Exports
1961-62[5] Guinness Exports Langton Guinness Exports Reserves Waterloo Ramblers
1962-63[5] Guinness Exports Langton Guinness Exports Reserves Unit Construction Reserves
1963-64[5] Guinness Exports Unit Construction Guinness Exports Reserves Liverpool Transport
1964-65[5] Langton Formby Dunlop (Speke) Reserves Lucas Sports
1965-66[5] Lucas Sports Maghull
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69[5] Langton Guinness Exports Reserves
1969-70[5] Langton Lucas Sports
1970-71[5] Langton Lucas Sports
1971-72[5] Langton Dunlop (Speke)
1972-73[5] Langton Waterloo Dock
1973-74[5] Bootle Lucas Sports
1974-75[5] Waterloo Dock Ainsdale
1975-76[6] Waterloo Dock Aintree S.S.
1976-77[6] Aintree S.S. Waterloo Dock
1977-78[6] Waterloo Dock Prescot B.I.
1978-79[6] Waterloo Dock
1979-80[7] St Dominics Garswood United
1980-81[8] Waterloo Dock St Dominics
1981-82[9] St Dominics Earle
1982-83[10] St Dominics Earle
1983-84[11] BRNESC St Dominics LMT Littlewoods Ath
1984-85[12] BRNESC Waterloo Dock Speke B C O B Kirkby Town Reserves
1985-86[13] St Dominics Waterloo Dock Avon Athletic Evans
1986-87[6] Waterloo Dock BRNESC
1987-88[14] Uniasco Waterloo Dock Stantondale Derry
1988-89[15] Waterloo Dock St Dominics Bootle Reserves Ford Motors
1989-90[6] Waterloo Dock St Dominics
1990-91[6] Stantondale St Dominics
1991-92[6] Yorkshire Copper Tube St Dominics
1992-93[6] St Dominics Lucas Sports
1993-94[6] St Dominics Lucas Sports
1994-95[6] St Dominics Waterloo Dock
1995-96[6] Stockbridge Waterloo Dock
1996-97[6] Waterloo Dock Stockbridge
1997-98[6] St Dominics Crawford United Biscuits
1998-99[6] St Dominics Manweb
1999-2000[6] Waterloo Dock Yorkshire Copper Tube
2000-01[6] Yorkshire Copper Tube Waterloo Dock
2001-02[6] St. Aloysius Speke
2002-03[6] Speke Waterloo Dock
2003-04[6] Waterloo Dock Speke
2004-05[6] Waterloo Dock St Dominics
2005-06[6] Speke Waterloo Dock

References

  1. ^ "And If You Know Your History". Toffee Web. 16 December 2008. Retrieved 2010.
  2. ^ "George Mahon Cup Final at Goodison Park". Liverpool Echo. 22 May 2010. Retrieved 2010.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao "Liverpool County Combination Tables 1909-1959". NonLeagueMatters.net. Archived from the original on 22 February 2013. Retrieved 2012.
  4. ^ Season abandoned in November 1914 upon the outbreak of World War One
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "Liverpool County Combination Tables 1950-1975". NonLeagueMatters.net. Archived from the original on 22 February 2013. Retrieved 2012.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v "Liverpool County Combination Tables 1975-2006". NonLeagueMatters.net. Archived from the original on 22 February 2013. Retrieved 2012.
  7. ^ "Non League Tables for 1979-1980". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  8. ^ "Non League Tables for 1980-1981". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  9. ^ "Non League Tables for 1981-1982". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  10. ^ "Non League Tables for 1982-1983". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  11. ^ "Non League Tables for 1983-1984". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  12. ^ "Non League Tables for 1984-1985". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  13. ^ "Non League Tables for 1985-1986". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  14. ^ "Non League Tables for 1987-1988". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.
  15. ^ "Non League Tables for 1988-1989". NonLeagueMatters.co.uk. Retrieved 2012.

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

Liverpool_County_Combination
 



 



 
Music Scenes