The Results Archive
Including 1,023,522 match results over 138 seasons
A victory parade is held in London to mark the end of the Falklands War. The Mary Rose is raised from the Solent. Channel 4 begins to broadcast in November 1982. The Thames Barrier in London is first demonstrated in November 1982. Liverpool are again Football League Champions in May 1982. Welsh language television station S4C is launched. Enfield beat Altrincham to win the FA Trophy in May 1982. Although reports of casualty numbers vary there was clearly a major incident in the Salang Tunnel in Afghanistan in which both Russian soldiers and Afghan civilians were killed. Helmut Kohl is elected Chancellor of West Germany in October 1982. Forest Green Rovers beat Rainworth Miners Welfare to win the FA Vase in 1982.
League Cup
PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   F  
Saturday 29 January 1983
Arsenal1 - 1Leeds United
Aston Villa1 - 0Wolverhampton Wanderers
Brighton & Hove Albion4 - 0Manchester City
Burnley3 - 1Swindon Town
Cambridge United1 - 0Barnsley
Coventry City2 - 2Norwich City
Crystal Palace1 - 0Birmingham City
Derby County2 - 1Chelsea
Ipswich Town2 - 0Grimsby Town
Liverpool2 - 0Stoke City
Luton Town0 - 2Manchester United
Middlesbrough2 - 0Notts County
Torquay United2 - 3Sheffield Wednesday
Tottenham Hotspur2 - 1West Bromwich Albion
Watford1 - 1Fulham
Sunday 30 January 1983
Everton2 - 1Shrewsbury Town