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Statistics of The Football League in season 1894/1895.

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League standings

First Division

P W D L F A GA Pts
1 Sunderland 30 21 5 4 80 37 2.162 47
2 Everton 30 18 6 6 82 50 1.640 42
3 Aston Villa 30 17 5 8 82 43 1.907 39
4 Preston North End 30 15 5 10 62 46 1.348 35
5 Blackburn Rovers 30 11 10 9 59 49 1.204 32
6 Sheffield United 30 14 4 12 57 55 1.036 32
7 Nottingham Forest 30 13 5 12 50 56 0.893 31
8 The Wednesday 30 12 4 14 50 55 0.909 28
9 Burnley 30 11 4 15 44 56 0.786 26
10 Bolton Wanderers 30 9 7 14 61 62 0.984 25
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers 30 9 7 14 43 63 0.683 25
12 Small Heath 30 9 7 14 50 74 0.676 25
13 West Bromwich Albion 30 10 4 16 51 66 0.773 24
14 Stoke 30 9 6 15 50 67 0.746 24
15 Derby County 30 7 9 14 45 68 0.662 23
16 Liverpool[1] 30 7 8 15 51 70 0.729 22
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Second Division

P W D L F A GA Pts
1 Bury[2] 30 23 2 5 78 33 2.364 48
2 Notts County 30 17 5 8 75 45 1.667 39
3 Newton Heath 30 15 8 7 78 44 1.773 38
4 Leicester Fosse 30 15 8 7 72 53 1.358 38
5 Grimsby Town 30 18 1 11 79 52 1.519 37
6 Darwen 30 16 4 10 74 43 1.721 36
7 Burton Wanderers 30 14 7 9 67 39 1.718 35
8 Woolwich Arsenal 30 14 6 10 75 58 1.293 34
9 Manchester City 30 14 3 13 82 72 1.139 31
10 Newcastle United 30 12 3 15 72 84 0.857 27
11 Burton Swifts 30 11 3 16 52 74 0.703 25
12 Rotherham Town 30 11 2 17 55 62 0.887 24
13 Lincoln City 30 10 0 20 52 92 0.565 20
14 Walsall Town Swifts[3] 30 10 0 20 47 92 0.511 20
15 Burslem Port Vale 30 7 4 19 39 77 0.506 18
16 Crewe Alexandra 30 3 4 23 26 103 0.252 10

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GA = Goal average; Pts = Points

See also

References

  1. ^ Not re-elected after losing 'Test Match.' Invited to join Second Division
  2. ^ Elected to First Division after winning 'Test Match.'
  3. ^ Resigned from Football League

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