Football : Season Details : 1958

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Wolverhampton Wanderers  64 2-19  
2  Preston North End  59 6-7  
3  Tottenham Hotspur  51 4-8  
4  West Bromwich Albion  50 5-9  
5  Manchester City  49 6-7  
6  Burnley  47 4-11  
7  Blackpool  44 2-14  
8  Luton Town  44 1-3  
9  Manchester United  43 5-13  FAC-F 
10  Nottingham Forest  42 4-1  
11  Chelsea  42 3-21  
12  Arsenal  39 2-32  
13  Birmingham City  39 6-3  
14  Aston Villa  39 2-13  
15  Bolton Wanderers  38 6-16  FAC-W 
16  Everton  37 3-4  
17  Leeds United  37 4-2  
18  Leicester City  33 5-1  
19  Newcastle United  32 2-10  
20  Portsmouth  32 1-24  
21  Sunderland  32 1-57  
22  Sheffield Wednesday  31 6-2  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 2 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Blue Qualified for Europe 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


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FA Cup Final Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0

European Cup Final Real Madrid 3 AC Milan 2 aet
Fairs Cup Final First Leg London 2 Barcelona 2
Fairs Cup Final Second Leg Barcelona 6 London 0 (agg 8 - 2)

aet After Extra Time : agg Aggregate Score

In the Fairs Cup, London were a team composed
of players from various clubs in the city.


History (England)

The Manchester United team was decimated in an air crash in Munich while playing in the European Cup. They still managed to reach the FA Cup final. They were invited back into the European Cup but withdrew.

Sunderland were relegated after 57 seasons in the Top Division, a run that began in 1891. This record run in the Top Division would not be equalled until 1983.

History (Europe)

Barcelona win the first ever Fairs Cup in a two legged final.


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The 1958 World Cup in Sweden
Brazil win the sixth World Cup.


© 2017, KryssTal (Generated : 31st March 2017)

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