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|Full name||John Bell|
|Date of birth||6 October 1869|
|Place of birth||Dumbarton, Scotland|
|1900–1901||New Brighton Tower||22||(9)|
|1892–1899||Scottish League XI||2||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
During his time with Everton he helped organise the Association Footballers' Union and later served as its president.
In 1909, Bell was appointed manager/coach of former club Preston.
- Scottish League: Champions 1890–91, 1891–92
- Scottish Cup: Runner-up 1890–91
- Dumbartonshire Cup: Winners 1888–89, 1889-90, 1890-91, 1891-92, 1892-93
- League Charity Cup: Winners 1890–91
- Greenock Charity Cup: Winners 1889–90 - Runner-up 1888-89
- 2 caps for Scotland between 1889 and 1892, scoring one goal
- 1 cap for the Scottish League in 1892, scoring one goal
- 1 representative cap for Scotland against Canada XI in 1891, scoring two goals
- 7 representative caps for Dumbartonshire between 1888 and 1890, scoring three goals
- 2 international trial games for Scotland between 1890 and 1892
- top Scottish League goalscorer: 1890-91 (20 goals); 1891-92 (19 goals).
- McAllister, Jim (2002). The Sons of the Rock - The Official History of Dumbarton Football Club. Dumbarton: J&J Robertson Printers.
- "Jack Bell - Player Statistics (The Sons Archive - Dumbarton Football Club History)". www.sonsarchive.com. Retrieved 15 July 2017.
- Lamming, Douglas (1987). A Scottish Soccer Internationalists Who's Who, 1872–1986. Hutton Press. ISBN 0-907033-47-4.
- Emms, Steve; Wells, Richard (2007). Scottish League Players' Records Division One 1890/91 to 1938/39. Beeston, Nottingham: Tony Brown. ISBN 978-1-899468-66-9.
- Litster, John. Record of Pre-War Scottish League Players. Norwich: PM Publications.
- Jack Bell at the Scottish Football Association
- London Hearts Profile - Scotland
- London Hearts Profile - Scottish League
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