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1891 In Association Football

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1891 In Association Football

The following are the association football events of the year 1891 throughout the world.


Clubs founded in 1891

National Championship Winners


Saint Andrew's


Kjøbenhavns Boldklub


Blackburn Rovers




HVV Den Haag


Heart of Midlothian


Shrewsbury Town[8]

International tournaments



  • September 22: Charlie Buchan, English international footballer (died 1960)
  • December 15: David Wijnveldt, Dutch international footballer (died 1962)



  1. ^ First amateur season of the Argentine Primera División.
  2. ^ Championship not recognised by the Argentine Football Association, however, is recognised by FIFA.
  3. ^ Inaugural season of the Danish Football Tournament.
  4. ^ Although recognised by the Danish Football Association (DBU), winners of tournament not considered official Danish champions.
  5. ^ First season of the Irish Football League.
  6. ^ First official season of the Dutch Football League.
  7. ^ First season of the Scottish Football League.
  8. ^ Shrewsbury Town won the Welsh Cup despite being from England.
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