>>> PLAYERS: A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

Fulham FC

Fulham FC Information

Address:   Craven Cottage, Stevenage Road, Fulham, LONDON. SW6 6HH
Telephone: (020) 7893 8383
Fax: (020) 7384 4715
Founded: 1879
Stadium: Craven Cottage
Website: www.fulhamfc.co.uk

Fulham FC History

Fulham Football Club is a football team based in Fulham, London. Founded in 1879, they are celebrating their 125th anniversary in 2004, and they will be playing in the top tier of English football, the FA Premiership. Had it not been for the intervention of millionaire Mohammed Al-Fayed, they would still be languishing in the depths of the lower divisions of professional football.

They spent much time in the Old First Division (=Premiership) through the 60s, but are yet to gain any major honours, their only FA Cup Final appearance being in 1975. They are currently playing at Craven Cottage, a beautiful riverside ground in Fulham, having spent two years at Loftus Road, with a still uncertain future. See more on this topic in the Grounds subsection of this article. They are currently looking for no more than a respectable finish in their 20-team league, although relegation is at the back of their mind.

Fulham also has a ladies team, Fulham LFC. Both the men's and women's team train at the club's ground near Motspur Park.

Fulham FC Honours, Trophies & Awards

Fulham Football Club have never won a major trophy, however, they have a reasonably long list of achievements. In the list below, all trophies and leagues are referred to by the names they held at the time, which due to commercial and practical reasons have changed over time.
  • 1907 - Southern League Champions
  • 1907 - Admission to The Football League as Southern League Champions
  • 1908 - FA Cup Semi-Finalists
  • 1932 - Division Three (South) Champions
  • 1936 - FA Cup Semi-Finalists
  • 1949 - Division Two Champions
  • 1958 - FA Cup Semi-Finalists
  • 1959 - Promotion From Division Two
  • 1962 - FA Cup Semi-Finalists
  • 1970 - Promotion From Divison Three
  • 1975 - FA Cup Finalists
  • 1975 - Anglo-Scottish Cup Finalists
  • 1982 - Promotion From Division Three
  • 1997 - Promotion From Division Three
  • 1999 - Division Two Champions
  • 2001 - Division One Champions
  • 2002 - FA Cup Semi-Finalists
  • 2002 - Intertoto Cup Winners

More English Soccer Clubs

Arsenal FC
Aston Villa FC
Birmingham City FC
Blackburn Rovers FC
Bolton Wanderers FC
Charlton Athletic FC
Chelsea FC
Crystal Palace FC
Everton FC
Fulham FC
Liverpool FC
Manchester City FC
Manchester United FC
Middlesbrough FC
Newcastle United FC
Norwich City FC
Portsmouth FC
Southampton FC
Tottenham Hotspur FC
West Bromwich FC
Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - Contact us

Copyright 2003-2005, 123FOOTBALL.COM. All right reserved.