Uk highest football scores

Discussion in 'football' started by Pickman's model, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    Does anyone know of a UK match with a higher score than today's match between formartine and fort william which ended 14-1?
     
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  2. Saul Goodman

    Saul Goodman It's all good, man

  3. S☼I

    S☼I those funny little plans that never work out right

    Yeah
     
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  4. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    Direct and to the point
     
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  5. S☼I

    S☼I those funny little plans that never work out right

    Preston beat Hyde 26-0 one time. And in Scotland some team best Bon Accord 36-0.

    Might be wrong on scores, I haven't looked it up.
     
  6. Spymaster

    Spymaster Cockney Wanker

    Not quite but my primary school team got beaten 13-0 by Fox Hill School. Our teacher was so pissed off that we never played another school again. He was proper shouting at us from the touchline and got really annoyed with me for leaving the field mid way through the first half to get my gloves from the changing rooms because my hands were cold.
     
  7. belboid

    belboid TUC Off Your Knees

    I believe the all time highest scoring game in the English league was Tranmere 13, Oldham 4. Triple hat trick for Bunny Bell. Boxing Day 1935.

    Oddest thing was, we lost to them 4-1, the day before.
     
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  8. mx wcfc

    mx wcfc Well-Known Member

    Reading’s record defeat was 18-0 against Preston. FA Cup game I think.
     
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  9. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat hmm

    this reports that Arbroath beat Bon Accord 36 - 0 in a Scottish Cup game in 1885.
     
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  10. Badgers

    Badgers Mr Big Shrimp!

    Didn't Newcastle beat Man United 15-0 back in October 1996?
     
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  11. stavros

    stavros Well-Known Member

    I was going to cite this. I think pre-WW1 teams tended to play with 2-2-6 formations though.
     
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  12. Wilf

    Wilf Dances like a Christian

    Roy Keane's just taken you off his Christmas card list.
     

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