1958 FA Charity Shield

The 1958 FA Charity Shield was the 36th FA Charity Shield, a football match between the winners of the previous season's First Division and FA Cup titles. This year's match was contested by league champions Wolverhampton Wanderers and FA Cup winners Bolton Wanderers.

The match was staged at Bolton's home ground, Burnden Park. The hosts won the game 4–1,[1] giving them their only Shield win.

1958 FA Charity Shield
EventFA Charity Shield
Bolton Wanderers Wolverhampton Wanderers
4 1
Date6 October 1958
VenueBurnden Park, Bolton
RefereeArthur Holland (Barnsley)

Match details

Bolton Wanderers4–1Wolverhampton Wanderers
Hill Goal 42'
Bannister Goal 44'
Lofthouse Goal 60'70'
Durandt Goal 90'
1 England Joe Dean
2 England Roy Hartle
3 England Gordon Edwards
4 England Derek Hennin
5 England John Higgins
6 Wales Malcolm Edwards
7 England Neville Bannister
8 England Dennis Stevens
9 England Nat Lofthouse
10 England Fred Hill
11 England Doug Holden
England Bill Ridding
1 Scotland Malcolm Finlayson
2 South Africa Eddie Stuart
3 England Gerry Harris
4 England Ron Flowers
5 England Billy Wright
6 England Eddie Clamp
7 England Gerry Mannion
8 South Africa Cliff Durandt
9 England Jimmy Murray
10 England Bobby Mason
11 South Africa Des Horne
England Stan Cullis


  1. ^ "England – List of FA Charity/Community Shield Matches". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 15 February 2012.
Neville Bannister

Neville Bannister (born 21 July 1937) is an English former footballer who scored 30 goals from 154 appearances in the Football League playing as an outside right for Bolton Wanderers, Lincoln City, Hartlepools United and Rochdale.Bannister came through the junior teams at Bolton Wanderers and made his debut in the 1955–56 season. He scored the second goal, and set up the fourth for Nat Lofthouse, as Bolton beat league champions Wolverhampton Wanderers 4–1 in the 1958 FA Charity Shield. Lincoln City signed him in 1961 in what proved an unsuccessful attempt to avoid relegation from the Second Division. He also played league football for Hartlepools United and Rochdale before moving into non-league with Fleetwood. He went on to become chairman of Blackpool Rangers Juniors F.C.

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