The Results Archive
Including 1,023,606 match results over 138 seasons
Arsenal become Football League Champions in May 1971. In September 1971 The Old Grey Whistle Test airs for the first time on British Television. Fourteen demonstrators are killed by British troops in what becomes known as Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland. The House of Commons votes in favour of joining the EEC. Charlie George scores the winning goal as Arsenal become FA Cup holders in May 1971. In December 1971 fifteen people are killed when a bomb, planted by Loyalist paramilitaries, destroys a bar in Belfast. Telford United beat Hillingdon Borough to win the FA Trophy in April 1971. In May 1972 Edward, Duke of Windsor, dies at the age of 77 over thirty years after his abdication from the British throne. The motorway interchange known as Spaghetti Junction opens in Birmingham in November 1971. Disney World opens in Orlando, Florida, in October 1971.
The league table has not yet been compiled for this division.