Categories: Sport / Games
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Footballer. Played for Arsenal F.C and the England team, and captained them both. He went on to manage several teams, both in Britain and abroad.
Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk
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Unveiled in Adams's lifetime which puts him in a select club - see Fenner Bro...
Politician and Keen sportsman. 16th Earl of Derby. Born London, second son of Prime Minister Lord Stanley. Governor General of Canada, 1888 - 1893. His sons became keen hockey players so he and his...
Person, Politics & Administration, Sport / Games, Canada
Racing driver. Born James Simon Wallis Hunt in Belmont, Surrey. Known for his daring on the race track, he was nicknamed 'Hunt the Shunt' (Shunt being a racing term for a crash). He won the Formula...
Person, Sport / Games
The first official game played to Football Association rules took place in Battersea Park. It was played between teams selected by the President (Arthur Pember) and the Secretary (Ebenezer Cobb Mor...
Event, Sport / Games
Athletics club. It was formed at a meeting in the Vivian Hotel in Peckham Rye. The founders were ex-members of the Peckham AAC, who had left that club after an argument about smoking in the changin...
Group, Sport / Games
A player at the London Welsh Rugby Football Club who was killed in WW1.
Person, War Memorial WW1, Sport / Games