Football : Season Details : 1964

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

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Liverpool  57 4-2  
2  Manchester United  53 5-19  
3  Everton  52 3-10  
4  Tottenham Hotspur  51 4-14  
5  Chelsea  50 4-1  
6  Sheffield Wednesday  49 7-5  
7  Blackburn Rovers  46 3-6  
8  Arsenal  45 2-38  
9  Burnley  44 4-17  
10  West Bromwich Albion  43 5-15  
11  Leicester City  43 5-7  LC-W 
12  Sheffield United  43 4-3  
13  Nottingham Forest  41 4-7  
14  West Ham United  40 2-6  FAC-W 
15  Fulham  39 2-5  
16  Wolverhampton Wanderers  39 2-25  
17  Stoke City  38 5-1  LC-F 
18  Blackpool  35 2-20  
19  Aston Villa  34 3-4  
20  Birmingham City  29 6-9  
21  Bolton Wanderers  28 6-22  
22  Ipswich Town  25 1-3  

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; LC League Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final First Leg Stoke City 1 Leicester City 1
League Cup Final Second Leg Leicester City 3 Stoke City 2 (agg 4 - 3)
FA Cup Final West Ham United 3 Preston North End 2

European Cup Final Inter Milan 3 Real Madrid 1
Fairs Cup Final Real Zaragosa 2 Valencia 1
Cup Winners Cup Final Sporting Lisbon 3 MTK Budapest 3 aet
Cup Winners Cup Final Replay Sporting Lisbon 1 MTK Budapest 0

aet After Extra Time : agg Aggregate Score


History (England)

Ipswich Town were relegated two seasons after winning the Championship. Bolton Wanderers were relegated with them after spending 22 consecutive seasons in the Top Division.

Stoke City, a founder member of the League, played in their first final (the League Cup). It was won by Leicester City winning their first trophy.

The FA Cup was won by West Ham United, winning their first trophy. Their opponents, Preston North End, were the 13th club from the second level to play in the final.

The BBC broadcast its first League match in its new highlights programme, Match of the Day. In the first match, Liverpool beat Arsenal 3 - 2.

On 26 December 1963, a record 66 goals were scored in the ten top division games played.

History (Europe)

The Fairs Cup produced a second final between clubs from the same country, Real Zaragosa and Valencia (Spain again).


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