1880 in association football

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List of years in association football

The following are the association football events of the year 1880 throughout the world.

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Events

Clubs founded in 1880

Belgium

England

Northern Ireland

Domestic cups

NationTournamentWinnerRunner-up
Flag of England.svg England 1879–80 FA Cup Clapham Rovers Oxford University
Flag of Scotland.svg Scotland 1879–80 Scottish Cup Queen's Park Thornliebank
Flag of Wales (1807-1953).svg Wales 1879–80 Welsh Cup Druids Ruthin Town

Births

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