The Results Archive
Including 979,960 match results over 137 seasons
Former racing driver, Graham Hill, is killed in a plane crash in November 1975. A robbery goes badly wrong at a restaurant in London and turns into the Spaghetti House Siege. Czech tennis player, Martina Navratilova, seeks political asylum in the United States during the US Open. John Curry wins Olympic Gold for figure skating at the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck in February 1976. Hoddesdon Town become the first winners of the FA Vase in April 1975. West Ham United beat Fulham to win the FA Cup in May 1975. James Callaghan became British Prime Minister in April 1976. British Prime Minister Harold Wilson resigns in March 1976. Matlock Town defeat Scarborough by four goals to nil in April 1975 to become the FA Trophy holders. Derby County become Football League Champions in April 1975.
League Cup
PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   F  
Saturday 24 January 1976
Bradford City3 - 1Tooting and Mitcham United
Charlton Athletic1 - 1Portsmouth
Coventry City1 - 1Newcastle United
Derby County1 - 0Liverpool
Huddersfield Town0 - 1Bolton Wanderers
Ipswich Town0 - 0Wolverhampton Wanderers
Leeds United0 - 1Crystal Palace
Leicester City1 - 0Bury
Manchester United3 - 1Peterborough United
Norwich City2 - 0Luton Town
Southampton3 - 1Blackpool
Southend United2 - 1Cardiff City
West Bromwich Albion3 - 2Lincoln City
York City0 - 2Chelsea
Wednesday 28 January 1976
Stoke City1 - 0Manchester City
Monday 2 February 1976
Sunderland1 - 0Hull City