1903–04 Woolwich Arsenal F.C. season

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Woolwich Arsenal
1903–04 season
ManagerHarry Bradshaw
StadiumManor Ground
Second Division2nd
FA CupSecond Round

Results[edit]

Arsenal's score comes first[1]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Football League First Division[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
5 September 1903 Blackpool H 3–0
12 September 1903 Gainsborough Trinity A 2–0
19 September 1903 Burton United H 8–0
26 September 1903 Bristol City A 4–0
3 October 1903 Manchester United H 4–0
10 October 1903 Glossop North End A 3–1
24 October 1903 Burslem Port Vale A 3–2
26 October 1903 Leicester Fosse H 8–0
31 October 1903 Barnsley A 1–2
7 November 1903 Lincoln City H 4–0
21 November 1903 Chesterfield Town H 6–0
28 November 1903 Bolton Wanderers A 1–2
19 December 1903 Grimsby Town H 5–1
25 December 1903 Bradford City H 4–1
26 December 1903 Leicester Fosse A 0–0
1 January 1904 Stockport County A 0–0
2 January 1904 Blackpool A 2–2
9 January 1904 Gainsborough Trinity H 6–0
16 January 1904 Burton United A 1–3
30 January 1904 Manchester United A 0–1
27 February 1904 Barnsley H 3–0
29 February 1904 Burnley H 4–0
5 March 1904 Lincoln City A 2–0
12 March 1904 Stockport County H 5–2
14 March 1904 Bristol City H 2–0
19 March 1904 Chesterfield Town A 0–1
26 March 1904 Bolton Wanderers H 3–0
1 April 1904 Preston North End A 0–0
2 April 1904 Burnley A 0–1
4 April 1904 Glossop North End H 2–1
9 April 1904 Preston North End H 0–0
16 April 1904 Grimsby Town A 2–2
19 April 1904 Bradford City A 3–0
25 April 1904 Burslem Port Vale H 0–0

Final League Table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L F A W D L F A F A GA GD Pts
1 Preston North End 34 13 4 0 38 10 7 6 4 24 14 62 24 2.583 +38 50
2 Woolwich Arsenal 34 15 2 0 67 5 6 5 6 24 17 91 22 4.136 +69 49
3 Manchester United 34 14 2 1 42 14 6 6 5 23 19 65 33 1.970 +32 48
4 Bristol City 34 14 2 1 53 12 4 4 9 20 29 73 41 1.780 +32 42
5 Burnley 34 12 2 3 31 20 3 7 7 19 35 50 55 0.909 –5 39
6 Grimsby Town 34 12 5 0 39 12 2 3 12 11 37 50 49 1.020 +1 36
7 Bolton Wanderers 34 10 3 4 38 11 2 7 8 21 30 59 41 1.439 +18 34
8 Barnsley 34 10 5 2 25 12 1 5 11 13 45 38 57 0.667 –19 32
9 Gainsborough Trinity 34 10 2 5 34 17 4 1 12 19 43 53 60 0.883 –7 31
10 Bradford City 34 8 5 4 30 25 4 2 11 15 34 45 59 0.763 –14 31
11 Chesterfield 34 8 5 4 22 12 3 3 11 15 33 37 45 0.822 –8 30
12 Lincoln City 34 9 4 4 25 18 2 4 11 16 40 41 58 0.707 –17 30
13 Burslem Port Vale 34 10 3 4 44 20 0 6 11 10 32 54 52 1.038 +2 29
14 Burton United 34 8 6 3 33 16 3 1 13 12 45 45 61 0.738 –16 29
15 Blackpool 34 8 2 7 25 27 3 3 11 15 40 40 67 0.597 –27 27
16 Stockport County[2] 34 7 7 3 28 23 1 4 12 12 49 40 72 0.556 –32 27
17 Glossop 34 7 4 6 42 25 3 2 12 15 39 57 64 0.891 –7 26
18 Leicester Fosse 34 5 8 4 26 21 1 2 14 16 61 42 82 0.512 –40 22

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against;
GA = Goal average; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Key
Division Champions
Promoted
New club in the league
Re-elected
Failed re-election

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
Intermediate Round 12 December 1903 Bristol Rovers A 1–1
Intermediate Round R 16 December 1903 Bristol Rovers H 1–0
Round 1 6 February 1904 Fulham H 1–0
Round 2 20 February 1904 Manchester City H 0–2

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.statto.com/football/teams/arsenal/1903-1904/results
  2. ^ Upon failing to be re-elected to the Football League, Stockport County joined The Combination.
    Doncaster Rovers took their place for the following season.

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