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1974–75 Blackpool F.C. season

Blackpool F.C.
Season 1974-75
League Division Two
Manager Harry Potts
League position 7th
Top goalscorer League: Mickey Walsh (12)
Combined: Mickey Walsh (13)
FA Cup Third round[1]
League Cup Second round[2]
Highest home attendance
Lowest home attendance
Previous season 1973-74
Next season 1975-76

The 1974-75 season was Blackpool F.C.'s 68th season (65th consecutive) in the Football League. They competed in the 22-team Division Two, then the second tier of English football, finishing seventh.

Mickey Walsh was the club's top scorer, with thirteen goals (twelve in the league and one in the League Cup).

Glyn James retired at the end of the season after fifteen years of service for Blackpool, his only professional club.

Table

P W D L F A GA Pts
1 Manchester United 42 26 9 7 66 30 2.200 61
2 Aston Villa 42 25 8 9 79 32 2.469 58
3 Norwich City 42 20 13 9 58 37 1.568 53
4 Sunderland 42 19 13 10 65 35 1.857 51
5 Bristol City 42 21 8 13 47 33 1.424 50
6 West Bromwich Albion 42 18 9 15 54 42 1.286 45
7 Blackpool 42 14 17 11 38 33 1.152 45
8 Hull City 42 15 14 13 40 53 0.755 44
9 Fulham 42 13 16 13 44 39 1.128 42
10 Bolton Wanderers 42 15 12 15 45 41 1.098 42
11 Oxford United 42 15 12 15 41 51 0.804 42
12 Orient 42 11 20 11 28 39 0.718 42
13 Southampton 42 15 11 16 53 54 0.981 41
14 Notts County 42 12 16 14 49 59 0.831 40
15 York City 42 14 10 18 51 55 0.927 38
16 Nottingham Forest 42 12 14 16 43 55 0.782 38
17 Portsmouth 42 12 13 17 44 54 0.815 37
18 Oldham Athletic 42 10 15 17 40 48 0.833 35
19 Bristol Rovers 42 12 11 19 42 64 0.656 35
20 Millwall 42 10 12 20 44 56 0.786 32
21 Cardiff City 42 9 14 19 36 62 0.581 32
22 Sheffield Wednesday 42 5 11 26 29 64 0.453 21

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