The Results Archive
Including 1,022,055 match results over 138 seasons
The Anglo Irish Trade Agreement of 1938 settled both trade and security issues between the two states. The Empire Exhibition opens in Glasgow in May 1938. A Pan Arab conference is held in Bloudan, Syria, on the future of Palestine. Sigmund Freud arrives in London having fled potential persecution from the increasingly anti-Semitic feelings in Austria. Neville Chamberlain became British Prime Minister in May 1937. In December Japanese forces occupy the city of Nanking, then the capital of the Republic of China. An underground explosion at Markham Colliery near Staveley leaves 79 dead. Manchester City had secured the league title by May 1937. Anthony Eden resigns as Foreign Secretary over Prime Minister Chamberlain Sunderland beat Preston North End to become the FA Cup holders in May 1937.
League Cup
EPR   PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   SF   F  
Saturday 8 January 1938
Aldershot1 - 3Notts County
Arsenal3 - 1Bolton Wanderers
Birmingham0 - 1Blackpool
Bradford City1 - 1Chesterfield
Bradford Park Avenue (1907)7 - 4Newport County [1]
Brentford3 - 1Fulham
Bury2 - 0Brighton & Hove Albion
Charlton Athletic5 - 0Cardiff City
Chelsea0 - 1Everton
Crystal Palace0 - 0Liverpool
Derby County1 - 2Stoke City
Doncaster Rovers0 - 2Sheffield United
Grimsby Town1 - 1Swindon Town
Huddersfield Town3 - 1Hull City
Leeds United3 - 1Chester
Manchester United3 - 0Yeovil and Petters United
Mansfield Town1 - 2Leicester City
Middlesbrough2 - 0Stockport County
Millwall2 - 2Manchester City
New Brighton1 - 0Plymouth Argyle
Norwich City2 - 3Aston Villa
Nottingham Forest3 - 1Southampton
Preston North End3 - 0West Ham United
Scarborough1 - 1Luton Town
Sheffield Wednesday1 - 1Burnley
Southend United2 - 2Barnsley
Sunderland1 - 0Watford
Swansea Town0 - 4Wolverhampton Wanderers
Tottenham Hotspur3 - 2Blackburn Rovers
Tranmere Rovers1 - 2Portsmouth
West Bromwich Albion1 - 0Newcastle United
York City3 - 2Coventry City
Tuesday 11 January 1938
Barnsley2 - 1Southend United
Wednesday 12 January 1938
Burnley3 - 1Sheffield Wednesday
Chesterfield1 - 1Bradford City
Liverpool3 - 1Crystal Palace
Luton Town5 - 1Scarborough
Manchester City3 - 1Millwall
Swindon Town2 - 1Grimsby Town
Monday 17 January 1938
Bradford City0 - 2Chesterfield