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1909 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.

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American football

College championship

Association football

England

Scotland

International football

Australian rules football

VFL Premiership

Bandy

Sweden

Baseball

World Series

Boxing

Events

Lineal world champions[1]

Canadian football

Grey Cup

Cricket

Events

England

Australia

India

New Zealand

South Africa

West Indies

Cycling

Tour de France

Eton Wall Game

Events

  • 30 November — a goal is scored in the St. Andrew's Day match at Eton College, the last time this has happened in the St. Andrew's Day game (the most important match of the year) though points have been scored by other methods

Figure skating

World Figure Skating Championships

Golf

Major tournaments

Other tournaments

Horse racing

England

Australia

Canada

Ireland

USA

Ice hockey

Stanley Cup

Amateur hockey

Professional hockey

  • November 1909 — ECHA disbands over the plans of the Montreal Wanderers to change rinks. Two rival leagues are founded, splitting the top rival team. The Canadian Hockey Association is formed with Ottawa HC and the National Hockey Association (NHA) with the Montreal Wanderers. The NHA is founded by the president of the Renfrew team, who is seeking a chance at the Stanley Cup. The CHA will disband in January 1910, and the NHA takes in Ottawa and Montreal Shamrocks from the CHA.
  • December 1909 — NHA inaugurates a new team "Les Canadiens" which is the basis of today's Montreal Canadiens

Motor racing

Grand Prix racing

  • There is no Grand Prix racing from 1909 to 1911

Vanderbilt Cup

Rowing

The Boat Race

Rugby league

International

England

Australia

Rugby union

Home Nations Championship

Tennis

Australia

England

France

USA

References








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