1902–03 in English football

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Football in England
Season1902–03
Men's football
First Division The Wednesday
Second Division Manchester City
Southern League Southampton
Northern League Newcastle United A
The Combination Wrexham
FA Cup Bury
Sheriff of London Charity Shield Tottenham Hotspur
1901–02 Flag of England.svg 1903–04

The 1902–03 season was the 32nd season of competitive football in England.

Contents

Overview

Events

Aston Villa win 12 of their last 15 games to finish one point behind champions Sheffield Wednesday.[ citation needed ]

Honours

CompetitionWinner
First Division The Wednesday (1)
Second Division Manchester City
FA Cup Bury (2)
Home Championship Flag of England.svg  England , Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland & Saint Patrick's Saltire.svg  Ireland

Notes = Number in parentheses is the times that club has won that honour. * indicates new record for competition

League tables

First Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGRPtsQualification or relegation
1 The Wednesday 341941154361.50042League Champions
2 Aston Villa 341931261401.52541
3 Sunderland 34169951361.41741
4 Sheffield United 341751258441.31839
5 Liverpool 341741368491.38838
6 Stoke 341571246381.21137
7 West Bromwich Albion 341641454531.01936
8 Bury 341631554431.25635FA Cup Winners
9 Derby County 341631550471.06435
10 Nottingham Forest 341471349471.04335
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers 341451548570.84233
12 Everton 341361545470.95732
13 Middlesbrough 341441641500.82032
14 Newcastle United 341441641510.80432
15 Notts County 341271541490.83731
16 Blackburn Rovers 341251744630.69829
17 Grimsby Town 34891743620.69425Relegated
18 Bolton Wanderers 34832337730.50719
Source: [ citation needed ]

Second Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGRPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Manchester City 34254595293.27654Division Champions, promoted
2 Small Heath 34243774362.05651Promoted
3 Woolwich Arsenal 34208666302.20048
4 Bristol City 34178959381.55342
5 Manchester United 341581153381.39538
6 Chesterfield 341491167401.67537
7 Preston North End 3413101156401.40036
8 Barnsley 341381355511.07834
9 Burslem Port Vale 341381357620.91934
10 Lincoln City 341261646530.86830
11 Glossop 341171643570.75429
12 Gainsborough Trinity 341171641590.69529
13 Burton United 341171639590.66129
14 Blackpool 349101544590.74628
15 Leicester Fosse 341081641650.63128
16 Doncaster Rovers 34971835720.48625Failed re-election
17 Stockport County 34762138740.51420Re-elected
18 Burnley 34682030770.39020
Source: [ citation needed ]

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