Woolwich Arsenal

This may refer to:

  • Arsenal F.C. - the Football Club in North London.
  • The Royal Arsenal, Woolwich - the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.
    • Woolwich Arsenal Railway, the railway system serving the Royal Arsenal
  • Woolwich Arsenal station - the railway and DLR station, in Woolwich.
  • Woolwich Arsenal Pier

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West Auckland Town F.C. - History - Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy
... An alternative explanation, popular in the town itself, is that Lipton had wanted to send Woolwich Arsenal to the Championship – an instruction to his secretary to "contact W.A." led to West ... However, a review of the facts casts doubt on this theory at the time Woolwich Arsenal had only just been promoted from the Second Division and were not the famous club they are ... there is no documentary evidence to suggest any sort of link between Sir Thomas Lipton and Woolwich Arsenal, so it is unclear why he would have chosen them ahead of any other English ...
Brighton United F.C. - History
... League or Scottish Football League players included John Caldwell, full back formerly with Woolwich Arsenal Joseph Clark, inside forward formerly with Dundee Patrick Farrell ...
1901–02 FA Cup - Intermediate Round
... Small Heath, along with Chesterfield, Newton Heath, Woolwich Arsenal, Burnley and Leicester Fosse from the Second Division were entered automatically into this round, as were non-league Reading, New. 6 Leicester Fosse 0–1 Glossop 14 December 7 ... Woolwich Arsenal 1–1 Luton Town 14 December 1901 Replay Luton Town 0–2 Woolwich Arsenal 18 December 1901 8 ...
Bert Freeman - Career - Woolwich Arsenal
... Freeman scored on his Arsenal debut on 25 November 1905 away to Nottingham Forest, scoring Arsenal's only goal in a 3–1 defeat ... Arsenal finished in seventh place in the 1906–07 season, with Freeman scoring eight goals in twelve league games ... Although Arsenal again reached the FA Cup semi-finals, Freeman made no appearances in cup matches that season ...
Angus Mc Kinnon
... even further south, joining London side Woolwich Arsenal in May 1908 ... supplant his countryman and become a regular in the Woolwich Arsenal side ... Unfortunately for him, his career with Woolwich Arsenal coincided with their relegation from the First Division in 1913 nevertheless he continued to serve Arsenal (as ...

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