Ralph Holden
Ralph Holden

Ralph Holden

English footballer
Association football player
United Kingdom
Date of birth Blundellsands, United Kingdom
Member of sports team Liverpool F.C., Tranmere Rovers F.C.


Ralph Holden (born 1890) is a former English footballer who played as a midfielder.

He made a single first division appearance for Liverpool in both the 1912/13 and 1913/14 seasons.

His first game was as a member of the side that crashed 4-1 at Manchester City on 18 January 1913. His second match with West Bromwich Albion at Anfield on 27 September 1913 was a goalless draw.

He lost a leg in World War I.

On 3 May 1919, Liverpool and Tranmere played a testimonial game for him where each Liverpool player donated £2 to the fund and where bags of 2 lb. sugar were auctioned off several times.

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