Football : Season Details : 1909

Final English Top Division Football (soccer) Table and Cup Final(s)

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Position Club Points History Notes
1  Newcastle United  53 1-11  
2  Everton  46 1-21  
3  Sunderland  44 1-19  
4  Blackburn Rovers  41 1-21  
5  Wednesday  40 2-9  
6  Woolwich Arsenal  38 1-5  
7  Aston Villa  38 1-21  
8  Bristol City  38 1-3  FAC-F 
9  Middlesbrough  37 1-7  
10  Preston North End  37 2-5  
11  Chelsea  37 1-2  
12  Sheffield United  37 1-16  
13  Manchester United  37 2-3  FAC-W 
14  Nottingham Forest  36 2-2  
15  Notts County  36 2-12  
16  Liverpool  36 3-4  
17  Bury  36 1-14  
18  Bradford City  34 1-1  
19  Manchester City  34 2-6  
20  Leicester Fosse  25 1-1  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 2 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Red Relegated
History is in the form A-B:
 A is the number of occasions that the club has been in the Top Division. 
B is the current number of consecutive seasons in the Top Division.
Notes: FAC FA Cup;
W Winners - F Finalists


FA Cup Final   Manchester United 1 Bristol City 0


History

On 21 April 1909, already relegated Leicester Fosse (making their top division debut) lost 0 - 12 to Nottingham Forest. This is a joint record score in the Top Division.

During the season, Newcastle United lost a league match 1 - 9 at home to Sunderland but still won the Championship.

Bradford City made their first appearance in the top division and stayed up on goal average, the second time goal average has played a part in relegation.


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