DIVISION 1  1938/39
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Leading League goalscorer:
Tommy Lawton 
(Everton)
 34  goals

The record attendance at Old Tafford was set on Saturday 25th March 1939 - 76,962 for an FA Cup semi final between Wolves and Grimsby.

By scoring 34 of their 88 League goals Tommy Lawton did more than most in helping Everton to the title in 1938/39. His pay for doing that - just £514 for the whole year to May 1939. That was made up of £366 basic pay from the club (£8 a week in the winter, £6 a week in the summer), £59 bonus at £1 per league point, £25 bonus for winning the League championship and £64 for playing 8 times for England. And that was before tax!
  Season Results 1 Everton 42 27 5 10 88 52 59
    2 Wolverhampton W. 42 22 11 9 88 39 55
    3 Charlton Athletic 42 22 6 14 75 59 50
    4 Middlesbrough 42 20 9 13 93 74 49
    Season Results 5 Arsenal 42 19 9 14 55 41 47
    6 Derby County 42 19 8 15 66 55 46
    7 Stoke City 42 17 12 13 71 68 46
    8 Bolton Wanderers 42 15 15 12 67 58 45
    9 Preston North End 42 16 12 14 63 59 44
    10 Grimsby Town 42 16 11 15 61 69 43
    Season Results 11 Liverpool 42 14 14 14 62 63 42
    Season Results 12 Aston Villa 42 16 9 17 71 60 41
    13 Leeds United 42 16 9 17 59 67 41
    Season Results 14 Manchester United 42 11 16 15 57 65 38
    15 Blackpool 42 12 14 16 56 68 38
    16 Sunderland 42 13 12 17 54 67 38
    17 Portsmouth 42 12 13 17 47 70 37
    18 Brentford 42 14 8 20 53 74 36
    19 Huddersfield Town 42 12 11 19 58 64 35
    Season Results 20 Chelsea 42 12 9 21 64 80 33
    21 Birmingham 42 12 8 22 62 84 32 Relegated
    22 Leicester City 42 9 11 22 48 82 29 Relegated