General Stevenson (1875–1961) was an English footballer who played as a right back, notably for Liverpool and Millwall. Born in Padiham, west of Burnley, Stevenson began his career in 1893 with the amateur side . He moved onto Padiham two years later before Liverpool bought him in August 1898. Stevenson debuted for Liverpool in November, away to Nottingham Forest, but made just 23 appearances in the two seasons he spent with the club. He left in 1900 for Barnsley, playing 54 times until transferring to Millwall in 1903. Stevenson established himself as a popular regular for Millwall, becoming team captain and making 318 appearances, scoring nine goals.

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  • General Stevenson (1875–1961) was an English footballer who played as a right back, notably for Liverpool and Millwall. Born in Padiham, west of Burnley, Stevenson began his career in 1893 with the amateur side . He moved onto Padiham two years later before Liverpool bought him in August 1898. Stevenson debuted for Liverpool in November, away to Nottingham Forest, but made just 23 appearances in the two seasons he spent with the club. He left in 1900 for Barnsley, playing 54 times until transferring to Millwall in 1903. Stevenson established himself as a popular regular for Millwall, becoming team captain and making 318 appearances, scoring nine goals. Stevenson guided the club to three titles: the London League in 1904 and the Western League in 1908 and 1909. Additionally, Stevenson won the in 1904. His benefit match against Northampton Town in 1909 attracted a crowd of 10,000. He became a pub landlord in retirement. His son, , was a professional rugby league footballer for Wigan. and footballer for Sheffield United and Middlesbrough. (en)
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  • General Stevenson (1875–1961) was an English footballer who played as a right back, notably for Liverpool and Millwall. Born in Padiham, west of Burnley, Stevenson began his career in 1893 with the amateur side . He moved onto Padiham two years later before Liverpool bought him in August 1898. Stevenson debuted for Liverpool in November, away to Nottingham Forest, but made just 23 appearances in the two seasons he spent with the club. He left in 1900 for Barnsley, playing 54 times until transferring to Millwall in 1903. Stevenson established himself as a popular regular for Millwall, becoming team captain and making 318 appearances, scoring nine goals. (en)
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