|Home ground||Lillie Road, Fulham, London|
|Biggest win||St Andrews 3-0 Surrey Lane* (29 Nov 1884)|
The 1884-85 season was Fulham's (then known as St Andrews) third in regard to organised football. There were still no cup competitions that we know of entered, and certainly no league matches.
We know of five friendly matches, all of which won by St Andrews and that they had played their home matches on a field on Lillie Road. The club's first ever known line-up was also published in the West London Observer after their match with Beaumont in February 1885.
|1||Sat 6 Sept 1884||St George's Battersea||Home||?||?-?||?|
|2||Sat 22 Nov 1884||St Brides Reserves||Home||Won||1-0||?|
|3||Sat 29 Nov 1884||Surrey Lane||Home||Won||3-0||F McKay, Johnson, C McKay|
|4||Sat 6 Dec 1884||Christchurch Rangers||Away||Won||1-0||Howland|
|5||Sat 13 Dec 1884||Surrey Lane||Away||Won||2-0||Howland, King|
|6||Fri 26 Dec 1884||Beaumont||Home||?||?-?||?|
|7||Sat 21 Feb 1885||Beaumont||Home||Won||2-0||?|