1886–87 FA Cup

The 1886–87 Football Association Challenge Cup was the sixteenth FA Cup, England's oldest football tournament. One hundred and twenty-four teams entered, six fewer than the previous season, in addition to four of the one hundred and twenty-four never playing a match.

1886–87 FA Cup
Country England
 Scotland
 Wales
 Ireland
Teams124
Defending championsBlackburn Rovers
ChampionsAston Villa (1st title)
Runners-upWest Bromwich Albion

First round

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Clapton 0–5 Crusaders 23 October 1886
Darwen 7–1 Heart of Midlothian Scotland 30 October 1886
South Bank 0–4 Gainsborough Trinity 30 October 1886
Stoke 10–1 Caernarvon Wanderers Wales 30 October 1886
Sheffield 0–3 Notts Rangers 30 October 1886
Clapham Rovers 0–6 Old Brightonians 30 October 1886
Queen's Park Scotland 0–3 Preston North End 30 October 1886
Upton Park 9–0 1st Surrey Rifles 23 October 1886
Old Etonians 1–0 Royal Engineers 30 October 1886
Swifts 13–0 Luton Wanderers 23 October 1886
Rochester 0–2 Marlow 23 October 1886
Old Wykehamists 3–0 Hanover United 30 October 1886
Old Harrovians 0–4 Old Westminsters 30 October 1886
Notts County 15–0 Basford Rovers 30 October 1886
Hendon 1–2 London Caledonians 30 October 1886
Old Foresters Walkover Cannon
Nottingham Forest 3–0 Notts Olympic 30 October 1886
Blackburn Rovers Walkover Halliwell
Hotspur 3–1 Luton Town 23 October 1886
Aston Villa 13–0 Wednesbury Old Athletic 30 October 1886
Old Carthusians 2–1 Reading 23 October 1886
Blackburn Olympic 1–3 Partick Thistle Scotland 23 October 1886
Astley Bridge 3–3 Burnley 23 October 1886
Staveley 7–0 Attercliffe 30 October 1886
Small Heath Alliance 1–3 Mitchell St. George's 30 October 1886
Sheffield Heeley 1–4 Grimsby Town 30 October 1886
Bootle 2–4 Great Lever 16 October 1886
Blackburn Park Road 2–2 Cliftonville Ireland 9 October 1886
Bolton Wanderers 5–3 South Shore 30 October 1886
Lockwood Brothers 1–0 Long Eaton Rangers 30 October 1886
Chatham Walkover Bournemouth Rovers
Northwich Victoria 10–0 Furness Vale Rovers 30 October 1886
Church 1–1 Rawtenstall 30 October 1886
Aston Unity 1–4 Derby County 30 October 1886
South Reading 0–2 Maidenhead 30 October 1886
Redcar 4–0 Tyne Association 30 October 1886
Wrexham Olympic Wales 1–4 Crewe Alexandra 23 October 1886
Wolverhampton Wanderers 6–0 Matlock 30 October 1886
West Bromwich Albion 6–0 Burton Wanderers 30 October 1886
Birmingham Excelsior 3–3 Derby Midland 30 October 1886
Leek 2–1 Druids Wales 23 October 1886
Sunderland 2–1 Match void Newcastle West End 30 October 1886
Derby St Luke's 3–3 Walsall Town 30 October 1886
Darwen Old Wanderers 1–4 Cowlairs Scotland 23 October 1886
Goldenhill 4–2 Match void Macclesfield Town 30 October 1886
Casuals 2–4 Dulwich 30 October 1886
Chirk Wales 8–1 Hartford St John's 23 October 1886
Oswaldtwistle Rovers 2–3 Witton 23 October 1886
Burton Swifts 0–1 Crosswell's Brewery 30 October 1886
Bollington 2–8 Oswestry Town 30 October 1886
Burslem Port Vale 1–1 DavenhamWales 30 October 1886
Lincoln Lindum 0–1 Grantham 23 October 1886
Third Lanark Scotland 5–0 Higher Walton 16 October 1886
Horncastle 2–0 Darlington 30 October 1886
Rangers Scotland Walkover Everton
Chesham 4–2 Lyndhurst 30 October 1886
Wellington St George's 0–1 Derby Junction 30 October 1886
Fleetwood Rangers 2–2 Newton Heath disqualified Newton Heath 30 October 1886
Renton Scotland 1–0 Accrington 30 October 1886
Bishop Auckland Church Institute 0–1 Middlesbrough 30 October 1886
Cleethorpes Town 2–1 Mellors 30 October 1886
Swindon Town 1–0 Watford Rovers 23 October 1886

Replays

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Burnley 2–2 Burnley disqualified Astley Bridge 30 October 1886
Cliftonville Ireland 7–2 Blackburn Park Road 23 October 1886
Rawtenstall 1–7 Church 13 November 1886
Derby Midland 2–1 Birmingham Excelsior 13 November 1886
Newcastle West End 1–0 Sunderland 13 November 1886
Walsall Town 6–1 Derby St Luke's 13 November 1886
Macclesfield Town 2–3 Goldenhill 13 November 1886
Burslem Port Vale 3–0 Davenham Wales 13 November 1886

Second round

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Chester 1–0 Chester disqualified Goldenhill 20 November 1886
Darwen Walkover Astley Bridge
Grantham 3–2 Redcar 20 November 1886
Preston North End 6–0 Witton 13 November 1886
Marlow 4–0 Upton Park 20 November 1886
Maidenhead 2–3 Dulwich 20 November 1886
Swifts 7–1 Swindon Town 20 November 1886
Old Wykehamists 0–1 London Caledonians 20 November 1886
Notts County 3–3 Notts Rangers 13 November 1886
Old Foresters Bye
Nottingham Forest 2–2 Grimsby Town 13 November 1886
Aston Villa 6–1 Derby Midland 20 November 1886
Old Carthusians 4–2 Crusaders 13 November 1886
Staveley 4–0 Rotherham Town 20 November 1886
Chatham 1–0 Hotspur 20 November 1886
Walsall Town Bye
Northwich Victoria 0–0 Chirk Wales 13 November 1886
Great Lever 1–3 Cliftonville Ireland 13 November 1886
Wolverhampton Wanderers 14–0 Crosswell's Brewery 13 November 1886
Rossendale 2–10 Cowlairs Scotland 20 November 1886
Crewe Alexandra 6–4 Stoke 20 November 1886
Middlesbrough 1–1 Lincoln City 20 November 1886
West Bromwich Albion 2–1 Derby Junction 20 November 1886
Leek 4–2 Oswestry 20 November 1886
Derby County 1–2 Mitchell St George's 20 November 1886
Old Brightonians 1–1 Old Westminsters 16 November 1886
Burslem Port Vale Bye
Third Lanark Scotland 2–3 Bolton Wanderers 13 November 1886
Rangers Scotland 2–1 Church 21 November 1886
Chesham 1–7 Old Etonians 20 November 1886
Partick Thistle Scotland 7–0 Fleetwood Rangers 20 November 1886
Renton Scotland 2–2 Blackburn Rovers 20 November 1886
Cleethorpes Town 1–4 Lockwood Brothers 20 November 1886
Newcastle West End 2–6 Gainsborough Trinity 20 November 1886

Replays

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Notts County 5–0 Notts Rangers 20 November 1886
Grimsby Town 0–1 Nottingham Forest 20 November 1886
Chirk Wales 3–0 Northwich Victoria 20 November 1886
Lincoln City 2–0 Middlesbrough 27 November 1886
Old Westminsters 3–0 Old Brightonians 20 November 1886
Blackburn Rovers 0–2 Renton Scotland 4 December 1886

Third round

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Darwen 4–3 Bolton Wanderers 11 December 1886
Marlow 3–0 Dulwich 11 December 1886
Old Etonians 0–3 Old Westminsters 11 December 1886
Swifts Bye
Aston Villa 2–2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 11 December 1886
Old Carthusians 0–0 London Caledonians 11 December 1886
Staveley 0–3 Notts County 11 December 1886
Lockwood Brothers 2–1 Nottingham Forest 11 December 1886
Chatham 1–4 Old Foresters 11 December 1886
Walsall Town 2–7 Mitchell St George's 11 December 1886
Crewe Alexandra Both teams allowed through West Bromwich Albion
Leek 2–2 Burslem Port Vale 11 December 1886
Chirk Wales 0–0 Goldenhill 11 December 1886
Horncastle 2–0 Grantham 9 December 1886
Rangers Scotland 3–2 Cowlairs Scotland 4 December 1886
Gainsborough Trinity 2–2 Lincoln City 11 December 1886
Renton Scotland 0–2 Preston North End 11 December 1886
Cliftonville Ireland 0–11 Partick Thistle Scotland 4 December 1886

Replays

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1–1 Aston Villa 15 January 1887
Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–3 Aston Villa 22 January 1887
Aston Villa 2–0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 29 January 1887
Old Carthusians Walkover London Caledonians
Burslem Port Vale 1–3 Leek 20 January 1887
Chirk Wales Walkover Goldenhill
Lincoln City 1–0 Gainsborough Trinity 24 January 1887

Fourth round

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Darwen Both teams allowed through Preston North End
Marlow Bye
Swifts 0–2 Old Foresters 15 January 1887
Notts County Both teams allowed through Aston Villa
Old Carthusians Bye
Mitchell St George's 0–1 West Bromwich Albion 15 January 1887
Lockwood Brothers Both teams allowed through Old Westminsters
Crewe Alexandra 0–1 Leek 29 January 1887
Lincoln City Both teams allowed through Chirk Wales
Horncastle Both teams allowed through Rangers Scotland
Partick Thistle Scotland Bye

Fifth Round

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Notts County 5–2 Marlow 29 January 1887
Old Foresters 0–3 Preston North End 29 January 1887
Aston Villa 5–0 Horncastle 5 February 1887
Lockwood Brothers 0–1 Match void West Bromwich Albion 29 January 1887
Old Westminsters 1–0 Partick Thistle Scotland 29 January 1887
Leek 0–2 Old Carthusians 5 February 1887
Chirk Wales 1–2 Darwen 22 January 1887
Rangers Scotland 3–0 Lincoln City 29 January 1887

Replay

Home Club Score Away Club Date
West Bromwich Albion 2–1 Lockwood Brothers 12 February 1887

Sixth Round

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Notts County 1–4 West Bromwich Albion 19 February 1887
Aston Villa 3–2 Darwen 12 February 1887
Old Carthusians 1–2 Preston North End 2 March 1887
Rangers Scotland 5–1 Old Westminsters 19 February 1887

Semi-Finals

Home Club Score Away Club Date Venue
Aston Villa 3–1 Rangers Scotland 5 March 1887
West Bromwich Albion 3–1 Preston North End 5 March 1887

Final

Home Club Score Away Club Date
Aston Villa 2–0 West Bromwich Albion 2 April 1887

References

1884 FA Cup Final

The 1884 FA Cup Final was a football match between Blackburn Rovers and Queen's Park contested on 29 March 1884 at the Kennington Oval. It was the showpiece match of English football's primary cup competition, the Football Association Challenge Cup (better known as the FA Cup), it was the 13th Cup final. It was the first time that a Scottish team reached the final of the tournament, with Queen's Park knocking out the previous holders of the trophy en route.

Both teams received protests from the defeated teams following the semi-final matches, but each were turned down by the Football Association. By the time the match was played, Queen's Park had already been awarded the Scottish Cup after Vale of Leven declined to participate in the final. Prior to the match there were temporary stands built at the Oval as the Pavilion was reserved for members of the Surrey County Cricket Club. There was a record breaking attendance at the match, with between 10,000 and 12,000 fans attending making it the most attended match in London and special trains were laid on by the railways to transport spectators from Lancashire.

Despite Queen's Park entering the match as favourites, it was Blackburn Rovers who won the game by two goals to one with goals from Jimmy Douglas and Jimmy Forrest; Robert M Christie scored for Queen's Park. The Scottish team had a goal disallowed during play, and the referee later said that they had scored once more but as the players did not attempt to claim it, he had not bothered to award it. The two teams met once more in the final of the following FA Cup final in 1885.

1886–87 Newton Heath LYR F.C. season

The 1886–87 season was the first season in which Newton Heath LYR F.C. – now known as Manchester United F.C. – took part in a major football competition. The club had previously entered the Lancashire Cup and the Manchester and District Challenge Cup, but this season was the first in which they competed in the FA Cup. However, their cup run was short-lived as they drew with Fleetwood Rangers in the first round, but they were disqualified when they refused to play extra time.

The club also entered the Manchester and District Challenge Cup for the third season in a row, but lost 2–1 to West Manchester in the final, after having beaten Hooley Hill, Gorton Association and Gorton Villa 7–0, 11–1 and 8–0 respectively in the early rounds and Ten Acres 1–0 in the semi-final.

1887 FA Cup Final

The 1887 FA Cup Final was a football match between Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion at the Kennington Oval. It was the final of the fifteenth staging of the FA Cup which saw 124 teams compete for the final. The final was won by Aston Villa with goals coming from Archie Hunter and Hodgetts to give Aston Villa a 2–0 victory.

1887 World Championship (football)

Scottish FA's Hibernian, 1886-87 Scottish Cup, and English FA's Preston North End meet in a match billed by both clubs' football associations as the "Association Football Championship of the World decider." Hibernian won the match 2-1 at Hibernian Park.This was the first "World Championship" game between English and Scottish sides.

1887 in association football

The following are the events of 1887 in association football.

Frankie Dawson

Frederick Henry Herbert "Frankie" Dawson (December 1988 – 1938) was an English footballer who played as a left-half in the Football League for Aston Villa.Described as a tenacious opponent Frankie was in the 1886-87 FA Cup-winning side. Frankie only played League 3 games for Aston Villa, all in 1888-89. Frankie played at left-half in the debut League match for Aston Villa. The date was 8 September 1888 and the venue was Dudley Road, the then home of Wolverhampton Wanderers. The match ended 1–1. On 6 October 1888 Frankie Dawson played at wing–half against Everton. Dawson was approximately 29 years 296 days old; which made him, on that fifth weekend of League football, Aston Villa' oldest League player. Dawson played 2 more games, all in 1888. The only time he was on the winning side was on 29 December 1888 when playing his only game at Wellington Road, Birmingham. Aston Villa beat Derby County 4–2.One source described Dawson as a player who played with evident enjoyment, tenacity and constructiveness.

Harrow Chequers F.C.

Harrow Chequers Football Club was a football club from London, England in the 1860s to early 1890s. It played as the Harrow Chequers from 1865 to 1876, when it was then renamed the Old Harrovians, and continued play until at least 1891. Derived from former pupils of Harrow School, the club was involved in the formation of the FA Cup in 1871. It was slated to play in three of the first six FA Cup competitions in the 1870s, but they forfeited each time, and never contested an FA Cup match as the Chequers. One of their players, however, Morton Betts, is remembered for scoring the first (and only) goal in the first ever FA Cup Final in 1872, which is essentially all that is remembered today of the club. However, as the Old Harrovians, the team had some more success, including reaching the semifinals of the 1877–78 FA Cup.

Harry Cursham

Henry Alfred Cursham, known as Harry Cursham, (27 November 1859 – 6 August 1941) was an English footballer and cricketer. He played football mostly for Notts County, with spells at Corinthian, Grantham Town and Thursday Wanderers. In cricket, he played two first class games for Nottinghamshire.Cursham holds the individual goalscoring record for the FA Cup, with 49 goals in 44 games. He also played eight games for the England national football team, scoring five goals.

List of Manchester United F.C. managers

Manchester United Football Club is an English professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. The club was formed in Newton Heath in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR F.C., and played their first competitive match in October 1886, when they entered the First Round of the 1886–87 FA Cup. The club was renamed Manchester United F.C. in 1902, and moved to Old Trafford in 1910.

From the beginning of the club's official managerial records in 1892 to the start of the 2018–19 season, Manchester United have had 22 full-time managers. The current manager is Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who took over from José Mourinho on 19 December 2018 as caretaker manager, before being hired permanently on 28 March 2019.The longest-serving and most successful person to manage Manchester United is Sir Alex Ferguson, who won 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups, 10 Community Shields, two UEFA Champions League titles, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup in his managerial reign of more than 26 years.

List of Manchester United F.C. players

Manchester United Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. The club was formed in Newton Heath in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR F.C., and played their first competitive match in October 1886, when they entered the First Round of the 1886–87 FA Cup. The club was renamed Manchester United F.C. in 1902, and moved to Old Trafford in 1910. Since playing their first competitive match, 916 players have made a competitive first-team appearance for the club, of whom 213 players have made at least 100 appearances (including substitute appearances).

Manchester United's record appearance-maker is Ryan Giggs, who made a total of 963 appearances over a 23-year playing career; he broke Bobby Charlton's previous appearance record in the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final. Giggs also holds the record for the most starts, having started in 797 matches. Charlton was also the club's top goalscorer with 249 goals in his 17 years with the club. He held the mark for 45 years, until Charlton's mark was overtaken by Wayne Rooney scoring his 250th goal during the 2016–17 season; Rooney finished his 13-year tenure with Manchester United with 253 goals in 559 appearances. Other than Charlton, Giggs and Rooney, only seven players have made more than 500 appearances for the club, including three members of the 1968 European Cup-winning team (Tony Dunne, Alex Stepney and Bill Foulkes as well as Charlton) and three members of the 1999 Treble-winning team (Denis Irwin, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes as well as Giggs); the seventh is Joe Spence, who played for the club during the interwar period. Other than Charlton and Rooney, only two players (Denis Law and Jack Rowley) have scored more than 200 goals for the club.

List of Manchester United F.C. players (1–24 appearances)

Manchester United Football Club is an English association football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. The club was formed in Newton Heath in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR F.C., and played their first competitive match in October 1886, when they entered the First Round of the 1886–87 FA Cup. The club was renamed Manchester United F.C. in 1902, and they moved to Old Trafford in 1910. The club won its first significant trophy in 1908 – the First Division title. Since then, the club has won a further 19 league titles, along with 12 FA Cups and five League Cups. They have also been crowned champions of European football on three occasions by winning the European Cup. The club was one of 22 teams in the Premier League when it was formed in 1992. They experienced the most successful period in their history under the management of Alex Ferguson, who guided the team to 13 league titles in 21 years.Since Manchester United's first competitive match, 916 players have made a competitive first-team appearance for the club. Many of these players have spent only a short period of their career at Manchester United before seeking opportunities in other teams; some players had their careers cut short by injury, while others left for other reasons. Jimmy Davis was killed in a car accident in 2003 having made one first-team appearance, the first Manchester United player to die during his career since the Munich air disaster, which claimed the lives of many of the Busby Babes, including Geoff Bent. The First and Second World Wars also disrupted the careers of footballers across the United Kingdom. Peter Beardsley only played one match for Manchester United but went on to have a very successful career at Newcastle United, Liverpool and several other clubs; he also won 59 caps for the England national team.As of 24 April 2019, a total of 447 players have played fewer than 25 competitive matches for the club; of these, 11 players are currently under contract with Manchester United. Four former players – John Scott, Ted Buckle, Eddie Lewis and Michael Clegg – each made 24 appearances during their spell at Manchester United. The most recent player to make his debut for the club is English forward Mason Greenwood on 6 March 2019 in the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain. The Manchester United player closest to making his 25th appearance for the club is Portuguese defender Diogo Dalot; he has made 23 appearances for United.

List of Manchester United F.C. players (25–99 appearances)

Manchester United Football Club is an English association football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. The club was formed in Newton Heath in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR F.C., and played their first competitive match in October 1886, when they entered the First Round of the 1886–87 FA Cup. The club was renamed Manchester United F.C. in 1902, and they moved to Old Trafford in 1910. The club won its first significant trophy in 1908 – the First Division title. Since then, the club has won a further 19 league titles, along with 12 FA Cups and five League Cups, among many other honours. They have also been crowned champions of Europe on three occasions by winning the European Cup. The club was one of 22 teams in the Premier League when it was formed in 1992. They experienced the most successful period in their history under the management of Alex Ferguson, who guided the team to 13 league titles in 21 years.Since playing their first competitive match, 916 players have appeared in competitive first-team matches for the club, many of whom have played between 25 and 99 matches (including substitute appearances). Carlos Tevez fell one short of 100 appearances for Manchester United after he joined the club as a free agent in August 2007 before departing for rivals Manchester City in 2009. Billy Whelan, George Perrins, Arnold Mühren and Diego Forlán all played 98 matches in all competitions for Manchester United. Darren Ferguson, Jesper Blomqvist and Owen Hargreaves are among the former players who have been awarded league medals. Of the players still at the club, Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku is the closest to 100 appearances; he has played in 95 matches for Manchester United.

As of 24 April 2019, a total of 235 players have played between 25 and 99 competitive matches for the club. Of those players, ten are still playing for the club and can add to their total.

List of Manchester United F.C. seasons

Manchester United Football Club is an English professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester. The club was formed in Newton Heath in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR F.C., and played their first competitive match in October 1886, when they entered the First Round of the 1886–87 FA Cup. The club was renamed Manchester United F.C. in 1902, and moved to Old Trafford in 1910.

The club has won a total of 66 major trophies, including the League Championship a record 20 times (a record 13 times in the Premier League era), the FA Cup 12 times, the League Cup five times, the Charity Shield a record 21 times (including four shared titles), the European Cup three times, the UEFA Europa League once, the European Cup Winners Cup once, the European Super Cup once, the FIFA Club World Cup once and the Intercontinental Cup once. Manchester United is the only English club to have been crowned world champions, in 1999 and 2008. The club has also never been out of the top two divisions of English football since entering the Football League. As of the end of the 2018–19 season, they have played a total of 5,664 competitive matches.This list details the club's achievements in major competitions, and the top scorers for each season. Top scorers in bold were also the top scorers in the English league that season. Records of competitions such as the Lancashire Cup and the Manchester and District Challenge Cup are not included due to them being considered of less importance than the FA Cup and the League Cup.

List of Preston North End F.C. players

Preston North End F.C. is a football club located in Preston, Lancashire. The team currently plays in the Football League Championship, the second tier of the English football league system.

Preston were the first English league champions and won the FA Cup in the same season without conceding a goal, thereby achieving the first football "Double", and earning the nickname "The Invincibles" for completing a season unbeaten in both league and cup competition.

List of Rangers F.C. records and statistics

Rangers Football Club are a Scottish professional association football club based in Govan, Glasgow. They have played at their home ground, Ibrox, since 1899. Rangers are founding members of the Scottish Football League in 1890, the Scottish Premier League in 1998.

Rangers have won 54 domestic league titles (from Scottish top-flight division), more titles than any other professional football club in the world. The club not only hold the record for the most league titles but also hold the world record for the most domestic trophies won by a single professional football club, recognised by UEFA, winning 118 in all (including four lower division competitions).

The club's record appearance maker is John Greig, who made 755 appearances between 1961 and 1978 in all matches. Ally McCoist is the club's record goalscorer, scoring 355 goals during his Rangers career.This list encompasses the major honours won by Rangers, records set by the club, their managers and their players. The player records section includes details of the club's leading goalscorers and those who have made most appearances in first-team competitions. It also records notable achievements by Rangers players on the international stage, and the highest transfer fees paid and received by the club. Attendance records at Ibrox are also included in the list.

Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry

The Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry, also known as the North West Derby, is a high-profile inter-city rivalry between English professional association football clubs Liverpool and Manchester United. It is considered to be one of the biggest rivalries in the association football world along with the Old Firm derby in Scotland, Superclásico in Argentina, El Clásico in Spain, and Derby della Madonnina in Italy, and is considered the most famous fixture in English football. Players, fans and the media alike often consider games between the two clubs to be their biggest rivalry, above even their own local derby competitions with Everton and Manchester City, respectively.The rivalry has been fuelled by the proximity of the two major cities that they represent, their historic economic and industrial rivalry, significant periods of domestic footballing dominance and European success, and their popularity at home and abroad, as two of the biggest-earning and widely supported football clubs in the world.The two clubs are the most successful English teams in both domestic and European competitions; and between them they have won 38 league titles, 9 European Cups, 4 UEFA Cups, 4 UEFA Super Cups, 19 FA Cups, 13 League Cups, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup and 36 FA Community Shields.Each club can claim historical supremacy over the other: United for their 20 league titles to Liverpool's 18 and Liverpool for being European champions six times to United's three. Manchester United lead Liverpool in terms of total trophies won.

Lockwood Brothers F.C.

Lockwood Brothers F.C. was an English association football club based in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

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