The Results Archive
Including 1,022,321 match results over 138 seasons
Thousands of people attend the funeral of Winston Churchill who died in January 1965 age 90. The Forth Road Bridge opens over the Firth of Forth linking Fife and Edinburgh. The first Match of the Day is broadcast on BBC2 in August 1964. Civil rights activist Malcolm X is shot dead by followers of the Nation of Islam in New York. Iranian Premier Hassan Ali Mansur is assassinated by a teenage member of a fundamentalist Islamic terrorist group. The Nobel Peace Prize is presented to Dr Martin Luther King Jr. in Oslo. Lyndon Johnson defeats Barry Goldwater in the US Presidential election. West Ham United beat Preston North End in May 1964 to become the holders of the FA Cup. In May 1965 the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh make a state visit to the Federal German Republic. Harold Wilson became British Prime Minister in October 1964.
League Cup
R2R   R1   R1R   R2   R3   R3R   R4   R4R   QF   QFR   SF1   SF2   F1   F2  
Wednesday 14 October 1964
Bury0 - 1Plymouth Argyle
Charlton Athletic2 - 1Leyton Orient
Chesterfield3 - 1Carlisle United
Coventry City3 - 2Mansfield Town
Doncaster Rovers2 - 3Bradford City
Leeds United2 - 3Aston Villa
Reading1 - 1Fulham
Rotherham United2 - 2Swansea Town
Stoke City3 - 1Southend United
Workington0 - 0Blackburn Rovers
Monday 19 October 1964
Grimsby Town0 - 5Leicester City
Tuesday 20 October 1964
Northampton Town2 - 1Portsmouth
Wednesday 21 October 1964
Norwich City5 - 3Chester
Monday 26 October 1964
Chelsea4 - 0Notts County
Crystal Palace2 - 0Southampton
Sunderland4 - 1Blackpool