The 1898–1899 season was the eleventh season of The Football League. The race for the First Division title was one of the most exciting yet. Second-placed Liverpool travelled to Villa Park to face league leaders Aston Villa, needing a win to overhaul Villa and take the title on the last day of the season. Villa won 5-0 to take the title in emphatic style.

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  • The 1898–1899 season was the eleventh season of The Football League. The race for the First Division title was one of the most exciting yet. Second-placed Liverpool travelled to Villa Park to face league leaders Aston Villa, needing a win to overhaul Villa and take the title on the last day of the season. Villa won 5-0 to take the title in emphatic style. (en)
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  • Lincoln City –Grimsby Town 1–6 (en)
  • Liverpool –Aston Villa 0–3 (en)
  • Luton Town –Leicester Fosse 1–6 (en)
  • Nottingham Forest–Liverpool 0–3 (en)
  • The Wednesday –Liverpool 0–3 (en)
  • Nottingham Forest – Liverpool 0–3 (en)
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  • Locations of the Football League First Division 1898–99 teams (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Second Division 1898–99 teams (en)
  • Locations of the Football League First Division teams (en)
  • Locations of the Football League Second Division teams (en)
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  • FA Cup winners (en)
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  • Grimsby Town –Darwen 9–2 (en)
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  • Walter Abbott , 33 (en)
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  • Manchester derby (en)
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  • Barnsley Blackpool Burslem Port Vale Burton Swifts Darwen Gainsborough Trinity Glossop Grimsby Town Leicester Fosse Lincoln City Loughborough Luton Town Manchester City New Brighton Tower Newton Heath Small Heath Walsall Woolwich Arsenal (en)
  • Aston Villa Blackburn Rovers Bolton Wanderers Burnley Bury Derby County Everton Liverpool Newcastle Nottingham Forest Notts County Preston North End Sheffield United The Wednesday Stoke Sunderland West Bromwich Albion Wolverhampton Wanderers (en)
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  • Stoke City (en)
  • Aston Villa (en)
  • Blackburn (en)
  • Sunderland (en)
  • Barnsley (en)
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  • Woolwich Arsenal (en)
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  • Darwen (en)
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  • Leicester Fosse (en)
  • Burslem Port Vale (en)
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  • The 1898–1899 season was the eleventh season of The Football League. The race for the First Division title was one of the most exciting yet. Second-placed Liverpool travelled to Villa Park to face league leaders Aston Villa, needing a win to overhaul Villa and take the title on the last day of the season. Villa won 5-0 to take the title in emphatic style. (en)
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  • 1898–99 Football League (en)
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