06 October 1979: Liverpool vs Bristol City, Anfield, Division One. A 4-0 home win for Liverpool. Mentioned on the show on 08 October 1979.
08 December 1979: Aston Villa vs Liverpool, Villa Park, Division One. A 3-1 away win for Liverpool. Coming out of the ground after the match, Peel describes being involved in a fracas with some home supporters, during which he received a karate kick to the chest. Mentioned on the show on 10 December 1979.
29 May 1985: Heysel Stadium, Belgium, 1985 European Cup Final. Despite the tragedy, the match was played to avoid further violence (although it is clear that Peel and Sheila had already left for their own safety). Juventus won 1-0 after a penalty by Michel Platini.
April 1989: First match attended since Heysel - a non-league game between Stowmarket and Histon that ended 1-1, as mentioned on 10 April 1989 show: "I thoroughly enjoyed myself, wondering around in the sunshine with our Thomas and having a beer at half time ... I shall most assuredly go again too."
19 October 1991: Ipswich vs Millwall, Portman Road. A goalless draw: "it was one of those games when the ball spent so much time in the air that you rather hoped, like in one of those science fiction films, where somebody'd boot it up in the air and it'd just keep going, and you'd have to abandon the match and you could go home." (19 October 1991)
23 November 1992: QPR vs Liverpool, Loftus Road, Premier League. Liverpool register a 1-0 away win, despite a poor performance. "Liverpool's defence was a crime against humanity and yet they still won 1-0," says Peel.
28 December 1992: Ipswich vs Blackburn, Portman Road. Peel went to 2-1 home win over the holiday period and describes it as "a most excellent match". Mentioned on 01 January 1993 show.
22 May 1993: Port Vale v Stockport, Auto Glass Trophy Final, Wembley. Peel attended the match before his show as a guest of the people who put the Seth Bottomley magazine together. Port Vale won 2 - 1.
17 October 1993: Ipswich Town v Leeds United, Portman Road, Premier League (0-0). Mentioned in the 22 October 1993 show. Peel went directly to the game after returning from Sweden: "stepped off the boat at Harwich, straight to the match, and missed the first five minutes, and by and large I have to say, wished that I'd missed the rest of it. It wasn't a distinguished contest by any means."
15 August 1998: Bury v Ipswich Town (0-0). Mentioned in the 18 August 1998 show. "I went at the weekend to see Ipswich and Bury - goal-less draw and it looked as if they'd be perfectly happy if they didn't score a single goal all season."
↑From message to the Peel Quotes thread at ILX. The title is "Wolverhampton '78" but the football result, session and gigs mentioned suggest the events took place in February 1979, as follows: (Wed 21 February 1979) Essential Logic session; (Fri 23 Feb.) SLF gig in Nottingham, (Sat 24 Feb.) Derby 0 - Liverpool 2 , followed by John Peel Roadshow at Wolverhampton Poly