1922 FA Charity Shield

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1922 FA Charity Shield
Event FA Charity Shield
Date 10 May 1922
Venue Old Trafford, Manchester
Attendance 20,000

The 1922 Football Association Charity Shield was played on 10 May 1922.[1][2] The game was played at Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, and was contested by the FA Cup holders Huddersfield Town and First Division champions Liverpool. The game ended in a 1–0 win for Huddersfield Town with the winning goal scored by Tom Wilson. This was the last Charity Shield game to take place in May.

Match details[edit]

Huddersfield Town 1–0 Liverpool
Wilson Goal
Attendance: 20,000
GK 1 Scotland Sandy Mutch
2 England James Wood
3 England Sam Wadsworth
4 England Charlie Slade
5 England Tom Wilson
6 England Billy Watson
7 England George Richardson
8 England Frank Mann
9 England Ernie Islip
10 England Clem Stephenson
11 England Billy Smith
England Herbert Chapman
GK 1 Ireland Elisha Scott
2 England Ephraim Longworth
3 Scotland Donald McKinlay
4 Scotland Jock McNab
5 England Walter Wadsworth
6 England Tom Bromilow
7 Ireland Bill Lacey
8 England Dick Forshaw
9 England Harry Chambers
10 Wales Harry Beadles
11 England Fred Hopkin
England David Ashworth

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