Issue 32: Middlesbrough’s amateur and recreational clubs, c1880-1914

17Feb14

The second article previewed from Issue 32 is Dr Catherine Budd’s comprehensive look at amateur and recreational football in Middlesbrough in the period to the start of World War One. Dr Budd, an associate lecturer at De Montfort University, has written and spoken extensively on the development of sport in Middlesbrough. She looks at the origins and early history of elite amateur clubs South Bank and Eston United, both FA Amateur Cup finalists as well as a broad outline of the many minor competitions in the area, ranging from the Teesside League through to the Middlesbrough Works League.

Issue 32 of Soccer History Magazine can be obtained by sending a cheque for £4.50 (£5 if you are based outside the UK) to Soccer History Magazine, 26 Saxon Street, Lincoln, LN1 3HN or making a payment through Paypal to paypal@soccer-history.co.uk

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