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1964–65 Blackpool F.C. season

Blackpool F.C.
Season 1964–65
League Division One
Manager Ron Suart
League position 17th
Top goalscorer League: Ray Charnley (21)
Combined: Ray Charnley (22)
FA Cup Third round[1]
League Cup Third round[2]
Highest home attendance
Lowest home attendance
Previous season 1963–64
Next season 1965–66

The 1964–65 season was Blackpool F.C.'s 58th season (55th consecutive) in the Football League. They competed in the 22-team Division One, then the top tier of English football, finishing seventeenth.

Ray Charnley was the club's top scorer for the seventh consecutive season, with 22 goals (21 in the league and one in the League Cup).

Table

P W D L F A GA Pts
1 Manchester United 42 26 9 7 89 39 2.282 61
2 Leeds United 42 26 9 7 83 52 1.596 61
3 Chelsea 42 24 8 10 89 54 1.648 56
4 Everton 42 17 15 10 69 60 1.150 49
5 Nottingham Forest 42 17 13 12 71 67 1.060 47
6 Tottenham Hotspur 42 19 7 16 87 71 1.225 45
7 Liverpool 42 17 10 15 67 73 0.918 44
8 Sheffield Wednesday 42 16 11 15 57 55 1.036 43
9 West Ham United 42 19 4 19 82 71 1.155 42
10 Blackburn Rovers 42 16 10 16 83 79 1.051 42
11 Stoke City 42 16 10 16 67 66 1.015 42
12 Burnley 42 16 10 16 70 70 1.000 42
13 Arsenal 42 17 7 18 69 75 0.920 41
14 West Bromwich Albion 42 13 13 16 70 65 1.077 39
15 Sunderland 42 14 9 19 64 74 0.865 37
16 Aston Villa 42 16 5 21 57 82 0.695 37
17 Blackpool 42 12 11 19 67 78 0.859 35
18 Leicester City 42 11 13 18 69 85 0.812 35
19 Sheffield United 42 12 11 19 50 64 0.781 35
20 Fulham 42 11 12 19 60 78 0.769 34
21 Wolverhampton Wanderers 42 13 4 25 59 89 0.663 30
22 Birmingham City 42 8 11 23 64 96 0.667 27

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