1891-92

1890s
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Honorary Match Secretary: William Wilton

Home: First Ibrox Park

Scottish League Winners: Dumbarton

Scottish Cup Winners: Celtic

Glasgow Cup Winners: Celtic

Glasgow Merchants' Charity Cup Winners: Celtic


Match Results

Round Competition Date     Venue Outcome Opponents For Agt Crowd
1 Scottish League Aug 15 Sat a W Renton 4 1
2 Scottish League 22 Sat a L Celtic 0 3 12,000
3 Scottish League 29 Sat H L Third Lanark   2 3 5,106
4 Scottish League Sep 5 Sat H L Dumbarton 1 3 5,000
5 Scottish League 12 Sat a W Vale of Leven 6 1
1st Glasgow Cup 19 Sat H W Third Lanark   2 0 10,000
6 Scottish League 26 Sat H W Abercorn 6 2 3,000
7 Scottish League Oct 3 Sat a L Leith Athletic 1 3
8 Scottish League 10 Sat a D Third Lanark   2 2 5,000
9 Scottish League 17 Sat H W Cambuslang 2 1 3,000
10 Scottish League 24 Sat H L Clyde 1 5 5,000
Quarter Glasgow Cup Nov 7 Sat H L Queen's Park 0 3 10,000
11 Scottish League 21 Sat H L Hearts 0 1 3,000
1st Scottish Cup 28 Sat H W St Bernard's Athletic 5 1 3,000
12 Scottish League Dec 5 Sat a W St Mirren 4 3
2nd Scottish Cup 19 Sat H D Kilmarnock 0 0 2,000
Replay Scottish Cup 26 Sat a D Kilmarnock 1 1 3,000
2nd Replay Scottish Cup Jan 23 Sat n W Kilmarnock 3 2 5,000
Quarter Scottish Cup 30 Sat H W Annbank 2 0 5,000
Semi Scottish Cup Feb 6 Sat a L Celtic 3 5 12,000
13 Scottish League 13 Sat H W Vale of Leven 7 0 2,000
14 Scottish League 27 Sat a W Cambuslang 6 0
15 Scottish League Mar 19 Sat H W Renton 5 2 6,000
16 Scottish League 26 Sat a W Abercorn 1 0
17 Scottish League Apr 16 Sat H W Leith Athletic 3 2
18 Scottish League 23 Sat a L Hearts 2 3 5,000
19 Scottish League May 4 Wed a L Dumbarton 0 6 1,000
20 Scottish League 7 Sat H D Celtic 1 1
21 Scottish League 10 Tue H L St Mirren 2 3
Semi Glasgow M Charity Cup 14 Sat a D Queen's Park 3 3 8,000
22 Scottish League 21 Sat a W Clyde 3 1
Replay Glasgow M Charity Cup 23 Mon H D Queen's Park 3 3 5,000
2nd Replay Glasgow M Charity Cup 28 Sat n W Queen's Park 7 1 5,000
Final Glasgow M Charity Cup Jun 1 Wed n L Celtic 0 2 8,000

Trivia

  Buffalo Bill (aka Colonel W.F.Cody) of the American 'Wild West' attended the Glasgow Cup Quarter Final match against Queen's Park. This historic figure was promoting his theatre production which was touring the country at the time. See programme below!

  A new grandstand built on the North side of the stadium - along with a new uncovered section in the south-west corner.

  The much requested new Penalty Kick rule was brought in this season - i.e. no handball outwith goalkeepers. The first ever penalty kick was awarded to Wolverhampton Wanderers in their game against Accrington at Molineux Stadium on 14 September 1891. The penalty was taken and scored by 'Billy' Heath as Wolves went on to win the game 5-0.


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