|Title||St. Andrew’s Church Football Team|
|Comment||The football team representing St. Andrew’s Church.|
J055 – Unidentified Football Team, 1920.
Unidentified Football Team – 1920
An unknown football team.
The donor of the photo Julie Martin suggests that they were probably from Yeadon.
PU136 – St. Andrew’s Church Football Team, 1921/22.
St. Andrew’s Church Football Team – 1921/22
St Andrews Church Lads Football Team, at the front, 2nd in from the right is Eric Witham.
Donated by Mr & Mrs Witham.
PU137 – St. Andrew’s Church Football Team, c1921/22.
St. Andrew’s Church Football Team – c1921/22
These “Church Lads” played for the football team, at the back on the left is Harry Burke, on the right is Eric Witham, front right is ? Myers.
Donated by Mr & Mrs Witham.
Y348 – Green Lane Mill Football Team, c1940.
Green Lane Mill Football Team – c1940
Green Lane Mill football team, the donor of the photo, Keith Grace, supplied the names: Jeff Yeadon, ? Kilburn, Denis Chamberlain, Keith Yeadon, Gerald Roberts and Maurice Sutcliffe. (second from right on front row)
Y417 – Green Lane Mill Football Team, Undated.
Green Lane Mill Football Team – Undated
Green Lane Mill football team, the donor of the photo Keith Grace supplied the following names: Tom Grace, ? Kilburn, Walter Sutcliffe, Dennis Chamberlain, Keith Yeadon.
V252 – Henshaw Amateur Football Team, 1948/49.
Henshaw Lane Amateur Football Team – 1948/49
On the back row are: J Butterfield, J Clapham, G Driver, K Webster, T Barran, H Robinson, B Bell, ? Minouge. Front : H Kilburn, L Hawkins, G Roberts, ? Clapham, ? Walker, F Dickinson, G Simpson, C Booth.
B758 – Kirk Lane Football Team, c1950.
Kirk Lane Football Team – c1950
A team calling themselves the Kirk Lane Killers, seen in Kirk Lane Park.
Names given as: Steve Schaffer, Syd Rogers, Terry Brown, Billy Slater, ? Padgett, Chex Chaffer, Roy Huntley, Max Armitage, Doug Pickles, Brian Bywell, Pete Armitage.
FB093 – Banksfield United, 1969.
Banksfield United – 1969
This is a photo of Banksfield United, which was a short lived football team formed by a group of eleven year old boys living in the Banksfield/Shaw Lane estate part of Yeadon.
Some of the children lived as far away as Rawdon though.
The photo was taken in about 1969 by a photographer from the Wharfedale Advertiser and appeared in the paper.
Back row from the left: Unknown, Graham Dewhurst, unknown, David Pearson, Andrew Cockings, David Wood, Philp Midgley.
Front Row from lef:. Ian Dewhurst, Lawrence Palmer, David Kitchen, John Kilburn, Stephen Claughton.
Donated by Dave Kitchen.
PU042 – Woolpack Wanderers, c1985.
Woolpack Wanderers – 1985
Football team posing outside the pub calling themselves the Woolpack Wanderers, they were formerly the Trades Hall team and the White Cross Wanderers. Ian Gillingham – (donor of the photo) is in the middle of the group wearing a yellow shirt, this is not part of the team football strip, next to him on the right wearing a tie is Peter Kelly.
Consolidated by Linda Plonka. 07 February 2022.
Last updated: 07 February 2022.