Billy Matthews (footballer, born 1897)
Robert William "Billy" Matthews (16 April 1897, Plas Bennion, Ruabon, Denbighshire, Wales – 18 December 1987) played football as centre-half for Liverpool Football Club in the early 1920s and earned three caps for Wales. During World War I, he took part in the Battle of the Somme, in France.
Williams also played in The Football League for Bristol City, Wrexham, Barrow, Bradford Park Avenue, Stockport County and Chester. His non-league clubs included Northwich Victoria, Oswestry Town, Witton Albion, Sandbach Ramblers, Colwyn Bay and Rossendale United
Matthews was also a keen cyclist well into his late 70s.
- Liverpool FC history profile
- Article on players to play for Chester and Liverpool (see Billy Matthews)
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