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1886 In Sports

A cigarette trading card depicting John L. Sullivan and produced in 1886

1886 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.

Contents

  • American football 1
  • Association football 2
  • Baseball 3
  • Boxing 4
  • Cricket 5
  • Field hockey 6
  • Gaelic Athletic Association 7
  • Golf 8
  • Horse racing 9
  • Ice hockey 10
  • Rowing 11
  • Rugby football 12
  • Tennis 13
  • Yacht racing 14
  • References 15

American football

College championship

Association football

England

  • Arsenal FC founded as Dial Square FC by munitions workers from the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich in southeast London. Dial Square is the name of one of their workshops. At the end of the year, the players hold a pub meeting and change the club's name to Royal Arsenal. Five years later, the name is changed to Woolwich Arsenal. The club's present name will be adopted in 1914 after the move to Islington.
  • 13 March — Tinsley Lindley scores in the first of his record 9 consecutive England games
  • 10 May — The Football Association approves a proposal made by N. Lane Jackson, an Old Corinthian, that players be given a cap for every international match in which they take part.
  • FA Cup finalBlackburn Rovers 2–0 West Bromwich Albion at The Oval; replay after 0–0 draw at The Oval. This is Blackburn's third successive victory and the final is the first to feature two extant members of The Football League.
  • December 11 – Dial Square F.C., later to became Arsenal FC (see above)), play their first match, a 6–0 win over the Eastern Wanderers.

Ireland

Scotland

Switzerland

Baseball

National championship

Events

  • The Sporting News established in St. Louis. It becomes the dominant American publication covering baseball, so much so that it acquires the nickname "The Bible of Baseball".

Boxing

Events

Lineal world champions[4]

Cricket

Events

  • Somerset does not play against any other first-class counties and drops out of the County Championship until 1891.
  • Hampshire ceases to be a first-class county after years of difficult circumstances and poor results. They do play matches against Surrey and Sussex in 1886 but these matches are not recognised as first-class. Hampshire will not recover first-class status until the beginning of the 1895 season when they will be readmitted to the County Championship.

England

Australia

Field hockey

Events

Gaelic Athletic Association

Events

  • Wexford GAA becomes the first of the 32 GAA county boards

Golf

Major tournaments

Other tournaments

Horse racing

England

Australia

Canada

Ireland

USA

Ice hockey

Events

Rowing

The Boat Race

Rugby football

Home Nations Championship

  • The 4th series is shared by Scotland and England who win two matches each.

Tennis

England

USA

Yacht racing

America's Cup

References

  1. ^ Cyber Boxing Zone – Jack McAuliffe. Retrieved on 13 November 2009.
  2. ^ Cyber Boxing Zone – Jack Nonpareil Dempsey. Retrieved on 13 November 2009.
  3. ^ Cyber Boxing Zone – John L Sullivan. Retrieved on 13 November 2009.
  4. ^ "Cyber Boxing Zone". Archived from the original on 2009-06-20. Retrieved 2009-06-17. 
  5. ^ A semi-official seasonal title proclaimed by media consensus prior to December 1889 when the official County Championship is constituted.
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