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The Football League 18891890 was the second season of English league football, with Preston North End being crowned as the champions for the second successive season. The clubs competing were the 12 original clubs which were the founders of the league the previous year. Unlike the modern system, two points were awarded for a win, with one for a draw and no points for a loss, this system was carried on right until the 1980s.


1889–90 Football League sections
Intro  Final league table  Results   Re-election process   See also  References  External links  

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The Football League 18891890 was the second season of English league football, with Preston North End being crowned as the champions for the second successive season. The clubs competing were the 12 original clubs which were the founders of the league the previous year. Unlike the modern system, two points were awarded for a win, with one for a draw and no points for a loss, this system was carried on right until the 1980s.


1889–90 Football League sections
Intro  Final league table  Results   Re-election process   See also  References  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Final league table
<<>>