1910 FA Charity Shield

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1910 FA Charity Shield
Event FA Charity Shield
Date 5 September 1910
Venue Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance 13,000
1909
1911

The 1910 FA Charity Shield was the third Charity Shield, a football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Football League and Southern League competitions. The match was played on 5 September 1910 between 1909–10 Football League winners Aston Villa and 1909–10 Southern League champions Brighton and Hove Albion. The match was played at Stamford Bridge, London, and ended with a 1–0 win for Brighton and Hove Albion. The goal was scored by Charlie Webb, an amateur, with 18 minutes of play remaining.

In the five years that the Charity Shield was contested by the winners of the Football League and Southern League between 1908 and 1912, this was the only occasion on which the Southern League champions prevailed. The victory remains Brighton and Hove Albion's only national honour to date.

Match details[edit]

5 September 1910
Brighton and Hove Albion 1–0 Aston Villa
Webb Goal 72'
Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 13,000
GK 1 England Bob Whiting
RB 2 England Fred Blackman
LB 3 England Joe Leeming
RH 4 England Billy Booth
CH 5 Scotland Joe McGhie
LH 6 England Jack Haworth
OR 7 England Bertie Longstaff
IR 8 England Jimmy Coleman
CF 9 England Bullet Jones
IL 10 Ireland Charlie Webb
OL 11 England Bill Hastings
Manager:
England Jack Robson
GK 1 England Arthur Cartlidge
RB 2 England Tommy Lyons
LB 3 England Freddie Miles
RH 4 England George Tranter
CH 5 England Chris Buckley
LH 6 England George Hunter
OR 7 England Charle Wallace
IR 8 Joe Walters
CF 9 Walter Gerrish
IL 10 England Joe Bache
OL 11 England Albert Hall
Manager:
Scotland George Ramsay

References[edit]

  • Carder, Tim; Harris, Roger (1993). Seagulls! The Story of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. Hove: Goldstone Books. pp. 54–57. ISBN 0-9521337-0-9. 
  • Carder, Tim; Harris, Roger (1997). Albion A-Z. A Who's Who of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. Brighton: Goldstone Books. ISBN 0-9521337-1-7.