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The Utilita Football Yearbook 2023-2024

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Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen a variety of kits, some rather nice, others rather underwhelming. Take a look at the latest collection to be launched below… One publication appearing for the first time that year eventually established an unrivalled reputation for in-depth factual information and football trivia of the Sherwin variety. Launching a mini-football annual known as The Athletic News Football Supplement and Club Directory must have been a considerable gamble with international and FA Cup football still in their infancy and plans for organised national league football still at discussion stage.

The year 1887 will be remembered, among many other things, as the year a number 11 batsman finished top of the batting averages as England won The Ashes in Australia. This is the first shirt produced for the League One club by new kit suppliers Oxen, and includes an eagerly-anticipated return to an embroidered club badge. The League Two side are able to offer a range of children and adult sizes going up to 5XL, and we’re also pleased that mini kits are available from 4-6 months through to 3-4 years.

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Former editor ERIC BROWN reveals a threat to the world’s oldest football annual and takes a look at the 136th edition of a publication originally launched during Queen Victoria’s reign.

Festive fixtures will be scheduled for Saturday 23 December and Boxing Day (December 26) – clubs also have fixtures scheduled for New Year’s Day (January 1) but will be permitted to switch to Saturday 30 December if agreed by both clubs. Facsimile copies of the Athletic News Football Annuals for 1887-88 to 1900-01 and 1915-16 to 1918-19, were produced by the Association of Football Statisticians during the 1980s. [5] Details [ edit ] Oxford Citymake the trip to Aldershotas FC Halifaxfans get the home opener they wanted – the FA Trophy winners get a visit from Bromley. As previously announced, opening day fixtures will take place on Saturday 5 August with the regular season ending on Saturday 20 April.Queen Victoria occupied the throne and the Marquess of Salisbury was having a second go at being Prime Minister though it is not recorded whether either of them celebrated Sherwin’s and England’s triumph. Sadly the newly-published 2022-23 edition could be the last. Publisher Randall Northam and editor Stuart Barnes both intend to retire. Unless successors can be found, it could be farewell to one of football’s most familiar publications after 136 editions.

Those who could afford an English daily newspaper in 1887 were restricted to The Times, The Guardian, The Financial Times and the Daily Telegraph. This kit sparks the club’s exciting Principle Partnership with PUMA, the third-biggest sports manufacturer in the world. Who is going to star in the Vanarama National League South – there’s some great games scheduled for day one. The two clubs coming down from the EFL can take inspiration of course from Notts County and Wrexham.The new Palace kit design is made of red and blue halves to celebrate 10 years and that first incredible season we had in 2013/14 – and of course, fans couldn’t help but compare it to AFC Richmond, the team that appears on Ted Lasso. Randall Northam – [email protected](01904 613475); or [email protected](07795 293016).

The first important date in supporters’ diaries is fixture release day on Wednesday 5 July when all clubs announce their schedules for the coming season at 1pm. Chelmsford Citywelcome Farnboroughwhile new arrivals Aveleyand Truro Citybegin against Chippenhamand Wellingrespectively.The 2023/24 season for CPFC will mark a club record of 11 consecutive seasons in the top-flight of English football (and 16th in total since the Premier League began in 1992). Boreham Woodmeet Gateshead, York Citygo to Wealdstoneand Altrinchamwill welcome Dagenham & Redbridge. Barnes took over for the 2000-01 edition, the 114th. He says: “Attempts are being made to hand over the baton so the world’s oldest football annual can have a new lease of life. Some interest has been shown but nothing confirmed.” The annual was for years produced by employees at Hayter’s Sports News Agency under the management of Reg Hayter and long-term editor Albert Sewell, who came up with a design and layout still largely in use today. The National League’s top tier sees six new sides this season – Rochdale and Hartlepool United who were relegated out of the Football League, with playoff final runners-up Chesterfield tipped to go up along with Oldham Athletic.

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