106 Arthur Charlesworth

Biography

Charlesworth was a backup striker for two seasons in the early 1920s, scoring his share of goals when given occasional chances to play for the Tigers.

Born in Morley, Charlesworth signed for City in 1918 on cessation of WW1 hostilities, making his debut a year later. He went on to play several seasons in the Yorkshire football scene before settling in Cottingham, passing away in 1966.

Photograph is courtesy of Wikipedia and Robert SC Kemp, Charlesworth’s grandson.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 4 February 1898, Morley
Hull City First Game: 8 September 1919, Stoke A (Division Two), 21 years, 216 days old
Hull City Final Game: 25 December 1920, Clapton Orient A (Division Two), 22 years, 325 days old

Clubs

Hull City (1918-1921), Worksop Town, Doncaster Rovers, York City

Hull City Record

Career: 15 apps, 7 goals

Arthur Charlesworth
SeasonLGE
App
LGE
Gls
FAC
App
FAC
Gls
FLC
App
FLC
Gls
EUR
App
EUR
Gls
OTH
App
OTH
Gls
1919/2095--------
1920/2162--------

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