The Results Archive
Including 978,627 match results over 137 seasons
Twelve people are killed when a bomb, planted by the Provisional IRA, explodes on a coach on the M62. Liverpool became Football League Champions in May 1973. OPEC ministers agree to use oil as a weapon against states they deem to be unfriendly in October 1973. Scarborough beat Wigan Athletic to win the FA Trophy in April 1973. After a series of disappointing performances, and failure to win through to the 1974 World Cup finals, the FA dismiss Sir Alf Ramsey. Egypt and Syria attack Israel in October 1973 in what became known as the Yom Kippur war. Chilean President Salvador Allende is overthrown in a military coup in September 1973. Harold Wilson became British Prime Minster for the second time in March 1974. Sunderland beat Leeds United by a single goal to become the FA Cup holders in May 1973. To conserve energy as a result of strikes in the mining industry the Three Day Week is begun at the end of 1973.
League Cup
PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   SF   F  
Saturday 16 February 1974
Bristol City1 - 1Leeds United
Burnley1 - 0Aston Villa
Coventry City0 - 0Queens Park Rangers
Liverpool2 - 0Ipswich Town
Luton Town0 - 4Leicester City
Southampton0 - 1Wrexham
West Bromwich Albion0 - 3Newcastle United
Sunday 17 February 1974
Nottingham Forest1 - 0Portsmouth