1890–91 Ardwick A.F.C. season

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Ardwick A.F.C.
1890–91 season
Manager England Lawrence Furniss
FA Cup Qualifying round 2
Top goalscorer League: N/A
All: David Weir (3 goals)
Highest home attendance 4,000 vs Liverpool Stanley
(4 October 1890)

The 1890–91 season was the first season in which Ardwick A.F.C. competed in a national competitive football competition, having spent the first years of their existence playing friendly matches against local clubs, as well as recent participation in the Manchester Cup. The club entered the FA Cup in October 1890, comprehensively winning their first game, but were scratched from the tournament before their next game. Their 12–0 win over Liverpool Stanley remains their record biggest win in a competitive fixture.

Team Kit[edit]

FA Cup[edit]

Date Round Opponents Venue Result

F – A

Scorers Attendance
4 October 1890 Qualifying round 1 Liverpool Stanley Hyde Road 12 – 0 Weir (3), McWhinnie (2), Hodgetts (2), Campbell (2), Rushton (2), Whittle 4,000
22 October 1890 Qualifying round 2 Halliwell Scratched

Squad statistics[edit]

Squad[edit]

Appearances for competitive matches only

Pos. Name FA Cup
Apps Goals
GK Scotland William Douglas 1 0
FW England David Weir 1 3
-- Campbell 1 2
-- Haydock 1 0
-- Hodgetts 1 2
-- McWhinnie 1 2
-- John Milne 1 0
-- David Robson 1 0
-- Rushton 1 2
-- Simon 1 0
-- Danny Whittle 1 1

Scorers[edit]

FA cup[edit]

Scorer Goals
England David Weir 3
Campbell 2
Hodgetts
McWhinnie
Rushton
Danny Whittle 1

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