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1882 in association football

List of years in association football

The following are the association football events of the year 1882 throughout the world.

Events

Ireland played their first international friendly on 18 February 1882 against England losing 0–13 in Belfast.

Clubs founded in 1882

England

Scotland

Sweden

Domestic cups

Nation Tournament Winner Runner-up
England England 1881–82 FA Cup Old Etonians Blackburn Rovers
Ireland Ireland 1881–82 Irish Cup Queen's Island Cliftonville
Scotland Scotland 1881–82 Scottish Cup Queen's Park Dumbarton
Wales Wales 1881–82 Welsh Cup Druids Northwich Victoria

Births

  • 4 April – Harold Hardman (d. 1965), England international forward in four matches (1905–1908).
  • 23 April – Tom Brittleton (d. 1955), England international half-back in five matches (1912–1914).
  • 26 August – Sam Hardy (d. 1966), England international goalkeeper in 21 matches (1907–1920).
  • 8 October – Jock Walker (d. 1968), Scotland international full-back in nine matches (1911–1913).
  • 11 October – Arthur Bridgett (d. 1954), England international forward in eleven matches (1905–1909), scoring three goals.
  • 21 October – Jimmy Windridge (d. 1939), England international forward in eight matches (1908–1909), scoring seven goals.

References

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