1932-33 Friendlies

FIRST PRACTICE MATCH :

Blues v. Reds



Upton Park

? - ?

13 August 1932


SECOND PRACTICE MATCH :

Blues v. Reds

Upton Park

? - ?

20 August 1932


TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR "A"


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Upton Park

2 - 3 (Galliens, Pround)

27 August 1932

Barterby

Mallet

Payne

Wade T.

Nicholson

Hermil

Keitching

Pringle

Pround

Galliens C.

Toomey D.


TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR "A"

White Hart Lane

2 - 0 (Albone, Rees)

26 November 1932

Langford, Goodacre, Neilson, Male V., Walker R., Dalton J., Fryatt S., Galliens R., Rees, Albone R., Toomey D.

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Combined Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs and West Ham XI v. Rest of London XI :

Floodlight Football Exhibition


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White City

? - ?

4 January 1933


FLOODLIGHT SOCCER

The public will have their first opportunity of watching English Soccer by floodlight, The Football Association has temporarily removed its ban in order that this experimental game may be played. The two teams taking part in the match will be composed of players from London clubs – 22 men, well able to demonstrate good football, are expected to take the field. We ourselves are releasing Johnson, Fryatt and Ruffell for the purpose. The proceeds of this venture will go to charity, and this fact, together with the novelty of such a match, should appeal to a large number of Soccer fans.

Whether or not floodlight football becomes popular remains to be seen. The match will take place at the White City Stadium, and the kick-oo will be at 7:30p.m.



MARGATE

Hartsdown Park

2 - 3 (Mills H., Wood)

28 January 1933

Dixon, Duffy, Proudfoot, St. Pier, Johnson, Norris, Wood, Mills G., Mills H., Fenton, Deacon


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ROYAL AIR FORCE : Reserve Friendly


Upton Park

1 - 1 (Hewlett)

18 February 1933

Lawrence

Duffy

Proudfoot

Wade

Walker R.

McMillan

Judge

Mills G.

Hamman

Fryatt S.

Hewlett


R.A.F. GAME

Thanks to the R.A.F. Football Association we were able to stage a very attractive game for those at Upton Park. That it was appreciated was evidenced by the excellent number that attended. The game was enjoyed by all concerned and resulted in the most friendly of “Friendlies” results – a draw, one each


ILFORD : Benefit Ilford Hospital

Lynn Road, Newbury Park

2 - 0 (Deacon, Fenton)

6 April 1933


Watson, Goodacre, Fryatt, Norris, Johnson, Cockroft, Yews, Mills G., Fenton, Pollard, Deacon


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Other Matches Played at the Boleyn Ground


WEST HAM BOYS v. EAST HAM BOYS : Directors Cup

Upton Park

4 - 0 (Fenton 2, Lloyd, Smith)

19 September 1932


WEST HAM BOYS v. HENDON BOYS : English Shield (Fifth Round)


Spotted Dog

? - ?

4 February 1933


WEST HAM BOYS v. LOWESTOFT : ESFA Trophy (Round 6)

Upton Park

1 - 0 (Boyd)

9 March 1933

Att: 15,000


KINGSTONIANS v. WHITEHALL PRINTERIES (Leeds) :

FA Amateur Cup (Semi-Final)


Upton Park

3 - 0

11 March 1933


LONDON BOYS v. BIRMINGHAM BOYS : Inter-City Match


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Upton Park

1 - 0

13 April 1933




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