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Fulham Football Club is the oldest of London's first class clubs and its long history began back in 1879; some Sunday-school boys began knocking a ball around on a long-forgotten park pitch, and the seeds of the Fulham football club were planted.
The Fulham club of today, made up of multi-million pound internationals, is a far cry from the Premiership team's humble beginnings.
Seventeen years after its founding, when the first game was played at Craven Cottage, the symbiotic relationship between Club and its home was forged.
More than almost any other club, Fulham has become synonymous with its home pitch; the battle to stay there has been a dominant feature of Club affairs on numerous occasions throughout Fulham's history.
Fulham's history has, at times, been a genuine "Who's Who" of football folklore; the roll call underpins the underachievement of the Club through the years.
England's captain Johnny Haynes, one of the most gifted players of his generation, spent his entire first class career at Fulham between 1952 and 1970.
The original Maestro, Haynes made the unprecedented achievement of becoming the first footballer to earn 100 pounds a week. However, the list does not stop there. Playing alongside Haynes in Fulham's last top-flight side of the 60s was another one-club man, England World Cup winner George Cohen.
To this day, not a single English team has been able to with a World Cup without the contribution of a Fulham player. For many years Fulham was a passionate battler in the football word, but failed to gain the notoriety that some other European clubs enjoyed.
In recent years that has changed. Flamboyant chairman Mohamed Al Fayed dreamt of Fulham winning the FA Premier League and invested heavily in pursuit of his ambition.
After cruising to the First Division title in 2001, Al Fayed's expensively-assembled team was able to stand toe to toe with England's finest club sides.
Fulham kicked off the new season at Manchester United and showed they belonged in the top division with some sparkling football, despite a 3-2 defeat. Following three seasons of consolidation and improvement in the Premiership, ambitious Fulham remains one of the top teams to watch, with Steed Malbranque establishing himself as a top-class midfielder.
The club parted company with French coach Jean Tigana in April 2003; Al Fayed's dream of challenging for the title is now in the hands of Roy Hodgson, who took over from Lawrie Sanchez in December of 2007.
The Cottagers survived a relegation scare in the 2006-07 season after the sacking of Chris Coleman; in the 2007-08 season Fulham faced yet another relegation battle. Though upheaval and disruptive change have plagued the team, one thing has stayed constant for Fulham: the arena they call home.
Craven Cottage has a history that goes back to 1780, when a cottage was built in the woods and the surrounding fields were used for various sports. The site eventually fell into disuse and the original cottage burned down in 1888. Fulham had already played at various grounds when their eye fell on this site close to the river Thames. After cleaning up the overgrown field, they played their first match at the ground in 1896.
Craven Cottage at that time consisted of nothing more than a basic wooden stand. This changed in 1906 when the first proper stand was built. The stand, currently called Johnny Haynes Stand, was designed by Archibald Leitch and had a characteristic red-brick facade. The stand was accompanied by a pavilion, which is the present-day Cottage. Craven Cottage was further expanded with terraces in the following decades, and reached its record attendance in 1938; a total of 49,335 spectators attended a game against Millwall.
One decade later, Craven Cottage hosted a few games during the 1948 Olympic Games. In the following years, the stadium was enhanced with further improvements, concluding with the construction of the Riverside Stand in 1972. When Fulham started climbing up the league in the late 1990s, and achieved promotion to the Premier League in 2001, the stadium became inadequate; it did not meet Premier League requirements.
The club consequently moved to Loftus Road for a year (after a first year of dispensation), and expected to return to a brand-new stadium. However, due to opposition to the reconstruction plans and spiraling costs, the original plans for Craven Cottage had to be abandoned; the property would instead be refurbished, to rein in costs and expedite the end of the project. Works were completed in the summer of 2004. Even after the renovations, Craven Cottage remained one of the smallest grounds of the Premier League.
Fulham considered either moving to a new stadium (possibly to be shared with another West-London club), or further redeveloping Craven Cottage. The club in the end decide to stay at the Cottage, and has recently approved plans for the construction of a new Riverside Stand, which will raise capacity to 30,000 seats. The resurgence of Fulham and the storied history of Craven Cottage makes the Cottagers a must watch in the world of football.
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Fulham Upcoming Football EventsFilter
Fulham vs BlackpoolEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Manchester City vs FulhamFA Cup Fourth Round Etihad Stadium, Manchester, United Kingdom
Fulham vs MillwallEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Hull City vs FulhamEFL Championship KCOM Stadium, Kingston upon Hull, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Huddersfield TownEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Peterborough UnitedEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Cardiff City vs FulhamEFL Championship Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Blackburn RoversEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Barnsley vs FulhamEFL Championship Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley, United Kingdom
West Bromwich Albion vs FulhamEFL Championship The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Nottingham ForestEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Queens Park Rangers vs FulhamEFL Championship Loftus Road, London, United Kingdom
Middlesbrough vs FulhamEFL Championship Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Coventry CityEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Derby County vs FulhamEFL Championship Pride Park Stadium, Derby, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Preston North EndEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Bournemouth vs FulhamEFL Championship Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Fulham vs Luton TownEFL Championship Craven Cottage, London, United Kingdom
Sheffield United vs FulhamEFL Championship Bramall Lane, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Fulham History & Highlights
Fulham History & Highlights
- established: 1879.
- based: London, England.
- league: Premier League.
- ground: Craven Cottage.
- nickname: The Cottagers, The Whites, The Lily Whites.
- chairman: Shahid Khan.
- manager: Scott Parker.
- captain: Tom Cairney.
- top scorer: Gordon Davies (178).
- top shower: Johnny Haynes (658).
- rivals: Chelsea, Queens Park Rangers.
- honors: UEFA Intertoto Cup 2002 (Champions), UEFA Europa League 2010 (Runners-up).
- apparel manufacturer: Adidas.
- colors: Black & White.
- main sponsor: Dafabet.
- notable players: Tom Cairney, Ryan Sessegnon, Aleksandar Mitrović, André Schürrle.
- team mascot: Billy the Badger.
- last season record: EFL Championship: 4th Place (Winner Of Promotion Play-Offs Final) | FA Cup: 4rd Round |
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