The Results Archive
Including 1,022,055 match results over 138 seasons
VS Rugby beat Halesowen Town to become the FA Vase holders in 1983. Telford United win the FA Trophy beating Northwich Victoria in the Wembley final. Manchester United win the FA Cup in 1983 but need a replay against Brighton & Hove Albion to do so. Neil Kinnock is elected leader of the Labour Party following the resignation of Michael Foot. Liverpool win another league title under Bob Paisley in May 1983. Margaret Thatcher is re-elected as British Prime Minster. A bomb is exploded at Rangoon Airport in Burma killing a number of South Koreans including three leading government ministers. US cruise missiles arrive at Greenham Common in November 1983. The miners strike begins thus starting a bitter dispute between the miners and the Conservative government. Over a million people demonstrate against nuclear weapons at a march in London.
League Cup
PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   F  
Friday 6 January 1984
Liverpool4 - 0Newcastle United
Saturday 7 January 1984
AFC Bournemouth2 - 0Manchester United
Aston Villa1 - 1Norwich City
Blackburn Rovers1 - 0Chelsea
Blackpool2 - 1Manchester City
Bolton Wanderers0 - 3Sunderland
Brighton & Hove Albion2 - 0Swansea City
Burnley0 - 0Oxford United
Cambridge United0 - 3Derby County
Cardiff City0 - 3Ipswich Town
Carlisle United1 - 1Swindon Town
Colchester United0 - 1Charlton Athletic
Coventry City1 - 1Wolverhampton Wanderers
Crystal Palace1 - 0Leicester City
Darlington4 - 1Maidstone United (1897)
Fulham0 - 0Tottenham Hotspur
Gillingham5 - 3Brentford
Huddersfield Town2 - 1Queens Park Rangers
Leeds United1 - 1Scunthorpe United
Luton Town2 - 2Watford
Middlesbrough3 - 2Arsenal
Nottingham Forest1 - 2Southampton
Plymouth Argyle2 - 2Newport AFC
Portsmouth2 - 1Grimsby Town
Rochdale1 - 4Telford United
Rotherham United0 - 0West Bromwich Albion
Sheffield United1 - 1Birmingham City
Sheffield Wednesday1 - 0Barnsley
Shrewsbury Town3 - 0Oldham Athletic
Stoke City0 - 2Everton
West Ham United1 - 0Wigan Athletic
Sunday 8 January 1984
Notts County2 - 2Bristol City
Tuesday 10 January 1984
Birmingham City2 - 0Sheffield United
Bristol City0 - 2Notts County
Newport AFC0 - 1Plymouth Argyle
Scunthorpe United1 - 1Leeds United
Swindon Town3 - 1Carlisle United
Watford4 - 3Luton Town
Wolverhampton Wanderers1 - 1Coventry City
Wednesday 11 January 1984
Norwich City3 - 0Aston Villa
Oxford United2 - 1Burnley
Tottenham Hotspur2 - 0Fulham
West Bromwich Albion3 - 0Rotherham United
Monday 16 January 1984
Coventry City3 - 0Wolverhampton Wanderers
Scunthorpe United4 - 2Leeds United