Football Photos (Senior)

  •  1903 
  •  1941 
  •  1948 
  •  1955 
  •  1961 
  •  1962 
  •  1963 
  •  1964 
  •  1965 
  •  1967 

Senior Shield XI, 1903/4

 

Photo provided by Frank Holland

Frank writes:

The 1903-4 picture features J Rumjamn on the right of the shield. I wonder what happened to the shield?

Senior Shield XI, 1941

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Photo provided by Brian Aynho

Brian writes:

I have received a photo of the above school team from Ernest Bradshaw, former teacher and team coach.

During the season the team played 22 games, winning 16, drawing 2 and losing 4. They scored 100 goals and conceded 45. Their biggest wins included 9:1 against The Holt, 8:1 against 43rd Boys Brigade and 12:4 against Warrington G.S. They lost 5:3 to Liobians. Wright (30) and Adams (27) were the leading goal scorers.

On the back of the photo sent to me by Mr. Bradshaw it states: "Liverpool Institute 1941 Merseyside Shield Winners, Liverpool Football Ground." However, it does seem that the game was at Goodison Park.

Senior Shield XI, 1948

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Photo and names provided by Bert Childs

Note the Full and Half Colours on the shirts. Prior to this photo we've only considered them to be blazer badges.

First XI, 1955

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Photo provided by Paul Nickson

First XI, 1961

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Photo provided by Ken Wilcock (L. I. 1955 - 1962)

First XI, 1962

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Photo provided by Bill Grove (L.I. 1957 - 1964)

First XI, 1963

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Photo provided by Bob Kendall (L.I. 1957 - 1963)

First XI, 1964

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Photo provided by Bill Grove (L.I. 1957 - 1964)

First XI, 1965

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Photo provided by Fred Oldfield (L.I. 1960 - 1967)

First XI, 1967

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Photo provided by Phil Dando

Phil Dando writes:

Can't tell you what the trophy is, (Payne Cup; identified by John Peat. Fred.) because I don't remember us winning anything! In fact the season was cut short that year because of the bus strike!

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Half Colours

Half colours were awarded at the end of the season. To be awarded half colours, you had to have played for the first team for the majority of the season's fixtures.

Full Colours

Full colours were only awarded after consistently good performance as judged by the captain and the relevant master in charge.