The 1883-84 season was Fulham's (then known as St Andrews) 2nd on record, and the first season in which we have a few known matches. The club was at a completely amateur stage in its development, and as such, there were only friendlies played with no leagues or cup competitions. Tom Norman, the club's secretary and player helped form the football club into organised, competitive football shortly after a cricket club was formed for the summer of 1883. He would organise all the fixtures, and as a result they were on a haphazard basis.
We only know of three fixtures to have been played during this season, though there would have most certainly been more.