1830s in association football

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The following are events in the 1830s decade which are relevant to the development of association football . All events happened in English football unless specified otherwise.

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The following are events in the 1840s decade which are relevant to the development of association football. All events happened in English football unless specified otherwise.

The following are events in the 1860s decade which are relevant to the development of association football. Included are events in closely related codes, such as the Sheffield Rules. All events happened in English football unless specified otherwise.

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