DIVISION 2  1913/14
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      P W D L F A Pts
  Leading League goalscorer:
Jack Peart
 (Notts County)
 28  goals

Following their move from the Manor Ground, Plumstead, Woolwich Arsenal played their first match at Highbury on Saturday September 6th 1913 when they defeated Leicester Fosse 2-1. Despite their relocation the club remained 'Woolwich Arsenal' until later in the season. Their first match as Arsenal FC was against Bristol City on Saturday April 4th 1914.

  1 Notts County 38 23 7 8 77 36 53 Promoted
    2 Bradford Park Avenue 38 23 3 12 71 47 49 Promoted
    Season Results 3 Arsenal 38 20 9 9 54 38 49
    4 Leeds City 38 20 7 11 76 46 47
    5 Barnsley 38 19 7 12 51 45 45
    6 Clapton Orient* 38 16 11 11 47 35 43
    7 Hull City 38 16 9 13 53 37 41
    8 Bristol City 38 16 9 13 52 50 41
    9 Wolverhampton W. 38 18 5 15 51 52 41
    10 Bury 38 15 10 13 39 40 40
    11 Fulham 38 13 6 16 46 43 38
    12 Stockport County 38 13 10 15 55 57 36
    13 Huddersfield Town 38 13 8 17 47 53 34
    14 Birmingham 38 12 10 16 48 60 34
    15 Grimsby Town 38 13 8 17 42 58 34
    16 Blackpool 38 9 14 15 33 44 32
    Season Results 17 Glossop 38 11 6 21 51 67 28
    18 Leicester Fosse** 38 11 4 23 45 61 26
    19 Lincoln City 38 10 6 22 36 66 26 Re-election position
    20 Nottingham Forest 38 7 9 22 37 76 23 Re-election position
   
    *  now Leyton Orient
** now Leicester City
   
   

R Lincoln City and Nottingham Forest were required to seek re-election to the Second Division. They were joined in the vote for League membership by six non-league clubs. Voting -

34 votes Nottingham Forest Re-elected to the League
24 Lincoln City Re-elected to the League
16 Stoke Not elected to the League
2 Darlington Not elected to the League
1 Chesterfield Town Not elected to the League
1 South Shields Not elected to the League
0 Gainsborough Trinity Not elected to the League
0 South Liverpool Not elected to the League