|Occupation:||chief railway clerk|
|Hobbies:||Sunday School Superintendent|
Charles Crump had many functions in football administration from president of local FAs to Senior Vice-President of the (national) FA. He was also a referee and took charge for instance of the 1883 FA Cup Final and the first official match at Molineux, the Wolverhampton Wanderers pitch.
- At the start of the 20th century there were many discussions among members of the FA about professionalism. Charles Crump was strongly against it, he stating "the introducton of professionalism will be the ruin of the pastime and it is most unwise to permit it".
- Charles Crump was the Darlington Street, Wolverhampton Wesleyan Sunday School Superintendent for 40 years.
Statistics for CHARLES CRUMP
Based on 1 international matches
MATCHES FOR CHARLES CRUMP
|Wales||Scotland||1891-03-21||3 - 4||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)||0 (0-0)|