Fulham FC

Fulham became a member of the British Football League in 1907, their best result in the Division one is a seventh place in 2009. That made them qualified for European League and they would later reach the final in 2010 (which ended with a loss against Athlético Madrid). One time in the final of the FA Cup, which happened in 1975. Famous names like Johnny Haynes, Bobby Moore, Rodney Marsh and George Best had been part of the team through the years. The club was bought by Mohammed Al-Fayed in 1997.

Basic facts

Founded: 1879
Country: England
City: Fulham

Home grounds

Half Moon (1891-1895)
Captain James Field (1895-1896)
Craven Cottage (1896-2002)
Loftus Road (2002-2004)
Craven Cottage (2004-)

Craven Cottage
Craven Cottage stands in 2009

History

Founded in 1879, Fulham is one of the oldest British football clubs. The club originated from Fulham St. Andrew’s Sunday School FC. Fulham won the Southern League in the seasons 1905-06 and 1906-07, and joined the Second Division of the Football League in the following season.

By Oscar Anderson

Trivia

Football clubs also founded in 1879

Sunderland AFC logoSunderland AFC
Swindon Town FC logoSwindon Town FC

Football clubs ordered after establishment

Premier League record

Season Position Points Notes
2015-16 - -  
2014-15 - -  
2013-14 19 32 Relegated
2012-13 12 43  
2011-12 9 52  
2010-11 8 49  
2009-10 12 46  
2008-09 7 53  
2007-08 17 36  
2006-07 16 39  
2005-06 12 48  
2004-05 13 44  
2003-04 9 52  
2002-03 14 48  
2001-02 13 44  
2000-01 - -  
1999-00 - -  
1998-99 - -  
1997-98 - -  
1996-97 - -  
1995-96 - -  
1994-95 - -  
1993-94 - -  
1992-93 - -  

Premier League – facts, stats and history

References:
Premier League by Gunnar Persson

Image sources:
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