A Pictorial History

FOOTBALL PROGRAMMES

WEST HAM UNITED

Steve Marsh & Stuart Allen

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1902-03 Friendlies

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : Southern Professional Charity Cup Final

Plumstead

1 - 2 (Campbell)

8 September 1902

Att: 6,000

MILLWALL : Southern Charity Cup

Memorial Grounds

1 - 7 (Grassam)

2 April 1903

Season 1902-03 1901-02 Friendlies 1903-04 Friendlies

Match held over from last season

BOLEYN CASTLE

Boleyn Castle

1 - 0

4 September 1902

LEYTONSTONE

Granleigh Road

4 - 2

4 October 1902

SOUTHAMPTON : Southern Charity Cup

The Dell

2 - 1 (Campbell, Farrell)

27 October 1902

CLAPTON ORIENT

Millfields Road

3 - 1 (Bigden, Grassam, Wallace)

21 March 1903

Griffiths

Dow

Eccles

Bigden

McAteer

Blythe

Campbell

Grassam

Farrell

Barnes

Linward

MILLWALL

North Greenwich

1 - 2 (Grassam)

6 October 1902

The game against Millwall was originally a London League fixture which was abandoned after 15 minutes play due to fog, the fog subsequently cleared and a friendly took place of 30 minutes each half

Griffiths, Fair, Dow, Bigden, Yenson, Blythe, Allen, Farrell, Grassam, Wallace, Barnes

 

Image courtesy of Nigel Turner

Southampton and West Ham United were among eight teams competing for the Southern Charity Cup, the money raised would benefit Medical Charities in the districts from which the Clubs taking part are selected.

The Cup is at present held by Tottenham Hotspur having defeated the Hammers in last seasons final.

As well as Spurs the other teams in the competition include Woolwich Arsenal, Millwall, Queens Park Rangers, Reading and Portsmouth.

Eight in all, the competition will comprise three rounds – the first, the semi-finals, and the final.

Spurs Charity Cup

NEW BROMPTON : Reserves

Memorial Grounds

1 - 0

15 November 1902