Fulham started its existence in 1879 as St Andrew’s Cricket & Football Club, founded by worshippers at St. Andrew’s Church, Fulham on Star Road, West Kensington, which still stands today with a plaque commemorating the team’s foundation. They won the West London Cup in 1887 and, having shortened the name to its present form in 1888, they then won the ...
In 2010: The Fulham club reaches the Europa League Final for the first time after a remarkable run that includes victories over Juventus, Wolfsburg and Hamburg, but loses 2-1 to Atletico Madrid in extra time.
In 2018: The Fulham club returns to the Premier League after winning the Championship play-off final against Aston Villa at Wembley Stadium.
History of the Fulham FC
Fulham Football Club, commonly known as “The Cottagers,” is a professional football club based in London. The team was founded in 1879 and had been playing top-flight English football since the foundation of the Premier League in 1992. Fulham has enjoyed an illustrious history over its 140 years of existence and is one of only five clubs to have played continuously at the highest level throughout this period.
Since joining the Premier League, Fulham has had several successful seasons, including a seventh-place finish during their first season (2001/02) and achieving UEFA Europa League qualification twice (2009/10 & 2018/19). In 2008 they reached their highest-ever league position by finishing 7th again but also reaching 8th place on two other occasions (2004/05 & 2006/07). They were also involved in some memorable cup runs, most notably reaching both semi-finals of domestic cups within three seasons between 2002-2005 - something no other side achieved during this time frame!
Despite being relegated from the Premier League after 13 consecutive years at England's top table last season, there is still plenty for fans to be excited about Fulham FC's prospects: promotion back into the English Footballs elite division looks very likely given recent form under new manager Scott Parker who has led his side on an impressive unbeaten run so far this campaign which could see them return sooner rather than later! Furthermore, off-field developments such as stadium expansion plans are all signs that things can only get better for The Cottagers moving forward - making it an exciting time for any fan looking ahead toward what lies ahead for one of England’s oldest teams.
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1898 - Present / Fulham Football Club
1888 - 1898 / Fulham St. Andrew's
The Cottagers, The Whites, The Lily Whites
From club's ground, Craven Cottage, which has a cottage in the corner. The Color of their home jerseys. Sometimes referred to as the Lillywhites.
Premier League / 0
FA Cup / 0
Premier League - FA Cup Double / 0
2004 - Present / Craven Cottage
2002 - 2004 / Loftus Road
1896 - 2002 / Craven Cottage
1895 - 1896 / Captain James Field
1891 - 1895 / Half Moon
2013 - Present / Shahid Khan
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