The Results Archive
Including 1,023,697 match results over 138 seasons
Conrad Adenauer is re-elected Chancellor of the German Federal Republic. In July 1958 the Queen gives her son, Charles, the customary title of the Prince of Wales. The Lewisham rail crash leaves 90 people dead in December 1957. The graphite core of the nuclear reactor at Windscale in Cumbria catches fire. Jodrell Bank observatory becomes operational in October 1957. Aston Villa beat Manchester United in the FA Cup Final in May 1957 to become the holders of the trophy. The Manchester United team plane, returning from a European Cup tie, crashes at Munich Airport killing 21 of the 44 people on board. Queen Elizabeth and the Prince of Wales visit the White House. CND organizes its first march from London to Aldermaston - home of the Atomic Weapons Establishment. Manchester United became Football League Champions in May 1957 under manager Matt Busby.
League Cup
PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   SF   F  
Saturday 7 December 1957
Aldershot4 - 1Coventry City
Carlisle United1 - 1Accrington Stanley
Chester3 - 3Bradford City
Crystal Palace1 - 0Southampton
Darlington5 - 3Boston United
Durham City0 - 3Tranmere Rovers
Hereford United6 - 1Queens Park Rangers
Millwall1 - 1Gillingham
Northampton Town4 - 1Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic
Norwich City1 - 1Brighton & Hove Albion
Oldham Athletic1 - 5Workington
Plymouth Argyle5 - 2Workington
Port Vale2 - 2Hull City
Reading2 - 1Wisbech Town
Scunthorpe & Lindsey United2 - 0Bury
South Shields (1936)1 - 3York City
Stockport County2 - 1Hartlepools United
Torquay United1 - 1Southend United
Wigan Athletic1 - 1Mansfield Town
Yeovil Town2 - 0Bath City
Monday 9 December 1957
Hull City4 - 3Port Vale
Wednesday 11 December 1957
Accrington Stanley3 - 2Carlisle United
Bradford City3 - 1Chester
Brighton & Hove Albion1 - 2Norwich City
Gillingham6 - 1Millwall
Mansfield Town3 - 1Wigan Athletic
Southend United2 - 1Torquay United