» An Introduction
The Liverpool Ramblers is one of the oldest football clubs in England.
The club was formed in 1882, and was the first side from Liverpool to enter The FA Cup. The club was involved in helping John Brodie pioneer the use of goal nets.
After playing on several locations, the club settled at their present home in Moor Lane, Crosby in 1937.
The Liverpool Ramblers side, 1882.
Left to Right (back row) : P. T. Stolterfoht, Percy Baterson, E Stewart - Brown, A. B. Midwood, A. B. Hull, G. Winter, J. Bruce Ismay, E.V. Rayner, H. Baxter ; (centre) : J Heald, Sir Charles Metcalfe, J. Baxter, R. M. Pilkington ; (front) William. E. Earle, G. W. Turner, W. E. Rayner.
Click here for an account of the events that led to the Rambler’s first game.
Click here for an article in the Liverpool Echo in the Club’s 125th Anniversary year.