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[English Football League's Club _ Emblem/Crest]

2017-2018 season


[Premier League : 20 clubs]



Founded : 20 February 1992

Number of teams : 20

Most championships : Manchester United (13 titles)




Arsenal Football Club

(The Gunners)

※ Royal Arsenal(1886~1893) → Woolwich Arsenal(1893~1914) → Arsenal F.C.(1914~present)

Arsenal FC emblem(crest)

1886 / Holloway, Islington, Greater London / Emirates Stadium(since Jul 2006 ; 60,361)

※ Highbury Stadium(Sep 1913 ~ May 2006)

※ North London derby(since 1887) with Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

Rivarly (since 13 October 1894) with Manchester United F.C.

★ League titles(13): 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1948, 1953, 1971, 1989, 1991(First Division)
1998, 2002, 2004

★ FA Cup titles(13): 1930, 1936, 1950, 1971, 1979, 1993, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2014, 2015, 2017






Asoociation Football Club Bournemouth

(The Cherries, Boscombe)

※ Boscombe F.C.  Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic Football Club(1923~1972) → A.F.C. Bournemouth(1972~present)

AFC Bournemouth crest(emblem)

1890 / Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset, South West England / Dean Court(12,000)






Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club

(The Seagulls, The Albion)

Brighton & Hove Albion emblem(crest)

21 August 1901 / Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, South East England / Falmer Stadium, The AMEX(30,750)

※ M23 derby(25 December 1920) with Crystal Palace F.C.






Burnley Football Club

(The Clarets)

Burnley FC emblem(crest)

1882 / Burnley, Lancashire, North West England / Turf Moor(since 1883 ; 22,546)

※ Calder Vale ground(1882~1883)

※ East Lancashire derby(El Lanclassico or Cotton Mills Derby, since 27 September 1879) with Blackburn Rovers F.C.

★ League titles(2): 1921, 1960(Football League Division 1)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1914






Chelsea Football Club
(The Blues)

Chelsea FC emblem(crest)

10 March 1905 / Fulham, Hammersmith & Fulham, Greater London / Stamford Bridge(since 1905 ; 41,837)

※ West London derby(since 13 January 1906) with Brentford F.C., Fulham F.C., Queens Park Rangers F.C.

★ League titles(6): 1955(First Division), 2005, 2006, 2010, 2015, 2017

★ FA Cup titles(7): 1970, 1997, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012

★ UEFA Champions League title(1): 2012

 UEFA Europa League title(1): 2013






Crystal Palace Football Club

(Eagles, Glaziers, Palace)

Crystal Palace FC emblem(crest)

10 September 1905 / South Norwood, South London / Selhurst Park(since 1924; 26,309)

※ M23 derby(25 December 1920) with Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.






Everton Football Club
(The Toffees, The Blues, The School of Science, The People's Club)

※ St Domingo's F.C.(1878~1879) → Everton F.C.(1879~present)

Everton FC emblem(crest)

루퍼트 왕자 탑, NIL SATIS NISI OPTIMUM = Nothing but the best


1878 / Liverpool, Merseyside, North West England / Goodison Park(since 1892 ; 40,157)

※ Anfield(1878~1892)

※ Merseyside derby(since 13 October 1894) with Liverpool F.C.

★ League titles(9): 1891, 1915, 1928, 1932, 1939, 1963, 1970, 1985, 1987(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(5): 1906, 1933, 1966, 1984, 1995






Huddersfield Town Association Football Club

(The Terriers)

Huddersfield Town emblem(crest)

15 August 1908 / Huddersfield, West Yorkshire / Kirklees Stadium(24,500)

※ West Yorkshire derby with Leeds United A.F.C., Bradford City A.F.C.

★ League titles(3): 1924, 1925, 1926(First Division)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1922






Leicester City Football Club

(The Foxes)

Leicester City emblem(crest)

1884(as Leicester Fosse) / Leicester, Leicestershire, East Midlands / King Power Stadium(32,262)

※ M69 Derby(since 27 September 1919) with Coventry City F.C.

★ League title(1): 2016






Liverpool Football Club
(The Reds)

Liverpool FC emblem(crest)

Liver Birds(14세기부터 인장의 무늬로 쓰이던 리버풀 상징새)


15 March 1892 / Anfield, Liverpool, Merseyside, North West England / Anfield(since 1892 ; 45,276)

※ Merseyside derby(since 13 October 1894) with Everton F.C.

Reds derby(since 28 April 1894) with Manchester United F.C.

★ League titles(18): 1901, 1906, 1922, 1923, 1947, 1964, 1966, 1973, 1976, 1977,
1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(7): 1965, 1974, 1986, 1989, 1992, 2001, 2006

★ UEFA Champions League titles(5): 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984(European Cup), 2005

 UEFA Europa League titles(3): 1973, 1976, 2001(UEFA Cup)






Manchester City Football Club
(City, The Citizens, The Sky Blues, The Blues)

※ St Mark's (West Gorton ; 1880~1887) → Ardwick Association F.C.(1887~1894) → Manchester City F.C.(16 April 1894~present)

Man City FC emblem(crest)

Manchester ship Canal(세계에서 가장 긴 배)을 상징

Superbia In Praelia = Pride in battle


1880 / Manchester, North West England / City of Manchester Stadium(since 2003, called Etihad Stadium since July 2011 ; 47,726)

※ Hyde Road(1887~1923), Maine Road(1923~11 May 2003)

※ Manchester derby(since 12 November 1881) with Manchester United F.C.

★ League titles(4): 1937, 1968(First Division), 2012, 2014

★ FA Cup titles(5): 1904, 1934, 1956, 1969, 2011






Manchester United Football Club
(The Red Devils)

※ Newton Heath LYR F.C.(1878~1902) → Manchester United F.C.(1902~present)

Man Utd FC emblem(crest)

1878 / Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, North West England / Old Trafford (Theatre of Dreams, since  75,765)

※ Manchester derby(since 12 November 1881) with Manchester City F.C.

 Wars of the Roses(since 15 January 1906) with Leeds United A.F.C.

Reds derby(since 28 April 1894) with Livepool F.C.

Rivarly (since 13 October 1894) with Arsenal F.C.

★ League titles(20): 1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967(First Division),
 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008,
2009, 2011, 2013

★ FA Cup titles(12): 1909, 1948, 1963, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2004, 2016

★ UEFA Champions League titles(3): 1968(European Cup), 1999, 2008

★ Intercontinental Cup title(1): 1999

★ FIFA Club World Cup title(1): 2008






Newcastle United Football Club
(The Magpies, The Toon, Geordies)

Newcastle United emblem(crest)

9 December 1892 / Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear county, North East England / St James' Park(since 1892 ; 52,404)

※ Tyne–Wear derby(since 1883) with Sunderland A.F.C.

★ League titles(4): 1905, 1907, 1909, 1927(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(6): 1910, 1924, 1932, 1951, 1952, 1955






Southampton Football Club
(Saints)

※ St. Mary's YMA F.C.(1885~1897) →Southampton F.C.(1897~present)

Southampton FC emblem(crest)

21 November 1885 / Southampton, Hampshire, South East England / St Mary's Stadium(since 2001 ; 32,690)

※ The Dell(1898~2001)

※ South Coast Derby(since 6 Sept 1899) with Portsmouth F.C.

★ FA Cup title(1): 1976






Stoke City Football Club
(The Potters)

※ Stoke Ramblers F.C.(1863~1878) → Stoke Football Club(1978~1928) → Stoke City F.C.(1928~present)

Stoke City FC emblem(crest)

1863 / Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands / Britannia Stadium(since 1997 ; 27,740)

※ Victoria Ground(1878~1997)

※ Potteries derby(since 2 December 1882) with Port Vale F.C.






Swansea City Association Football Club
(The Jacks, The Swans)

※ Swansea Town A.F.C.(1912~1969) → Swansea City A.F.C.(1969~present)

Swansea City AFC emblem(crest)

1912 / Swansea, Glamorganshire, West Glamorgan, Wales / Liberty Stadium(since 2005 ; 20,750)

※ Vetch Field(1912~2005)

※ South Wales derby(since 7 September 1912) with Cardiff City F.C.






Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
(The Spurs, The Lilywhites)

※ Hotspur F.C.(1882~1908) → Tottenham Hotspur F.C.(1908~present)

Tottenham Hotspur emblem(crest)

Gamecock


1882 / Tottenham, Haringey, Greater London / White Hart Lane(since 1899 ; 36,310)

※ Tottenham Marshes(~1898), Northumberland Park(1898~April 1899)

※ North London derby(since 1887) with Arsenal F.C.

★ League titles(2): 1951, 1961(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(8): 1901, 1921, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1981, 1982, 1991

 UEFA Europa League titles(2): 1972, 1984(UEFA Cup)






Watford Football Club

(The Hornets, The Golden Boys, Yellow Army, The 'Orns)

※ Watford Rovers(1881~1893) → West Hertfordshire(1893~1898) merged with Watford St Mary's(1898) → Watford F.C.(1898~present)

Watford emblem(crest)

1881 / Watford, Hertfordshire, East of England / Vicarage Road(since 1922 ; 17,477)

※ Cassiobury Park, Vicarage Meadow, Market Street(19c), Cassio Road(1890~1922)

※ Beds-Herts derby(5 December 1885) with Luton Town F.C.






West Bromwich Albion Football Club
(The Baggies, The Throstles, Albion)

※ West Bromwich Strollers(1878~1880) → West Bromwich Albion F.C.(1880~present)

West Bromwich Albion FC emblem(crest)

1878 / Albion, West Bromwich, Sandwell, West Midlands, West Midlands / The Hawthorns(since 1900 ; 26,272)

※ Cooper's Hill(1878~1881), Dartmouth Park(1879~1881), Bunn's Field(1881~1882), Four Acres(1882~1885),Stoney Lane(1885~1900)

※ Black Country derby(since 20 January 1883) with Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.

★ League title(1): 1920(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(5): 1888, 1892, 1931, 1954, 1968






West Ham United Football Club
(The Irons, The Hammers, The Academy of Football)

※ Thames Ironworks F.C.(1895~1900) → West Ham United F.C.(1900~present)

West Ham United FC emblem(crest)

1895 / Upton Park, London Borough of Newham, Greater London / The Boleyn Ground(known as Upton Park, since 1904 ; 35,016)

※ Memorial Grounds(1895~1904)

★ FA Cup titles(3): 1964, 1975, 1980






[English Football League Championship : 24 clubs]


EFL Championship emblem


Founded : 2004 / 1992–2004 (as Division One) / 1892–1992 (as Division Two)

Number of teams : 24

Most championships : Newcastle United, Sunderland and Reading (2 titles)




Aston Villa Football Club

(The Villa, The Villans, The Lions, The Claret and Blue)

Aston-Villa FC emblem(crest)

March 1874 / Witton, Birmingham, West Midlands / Villa Park(since 1897 ; 42,788)

※ Second City derby(or Birmingham Derby, since 1879) with Birmingham City F.C.

★ League titles(7): 1894, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1990, 1910, 1981(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(7): 1887, 1895, 1897, 1905, 1913, 1920, 1957

★ UEFA Champions League title(1): 1982(European Cup)






Barnsley Football Club

(The Tykes, The Reds)

Barnsley St. Peter's(1887~?) → Barnsley F.C(?~present)

Barnsley FC emblem(crest)

1887 / Barnsley, South Yorkshire / Oakwell(since 1888 ; 23,009)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1912






Birmingham City Football Club

(Blues)

※ Small Heath Alliance(1875~1888) → Small Heath F.C.(1888~1905) → Birmingham City F.C.(1905~present)

Birmingham City FC emblem(crest)

1875 / Birmingham, West Midlands / St Andrew's Stadium(since 1906 ; 30,079)

※ Muntz Street(1877~1906)

※ Second City derby(or Birmingham Derby, since 1879) with Aston Villa F.C.






Bolton Wanderers Football Club
(The Trotters, The Wanderers, The Whites, The White Men, The Men In White)

※ Christ Church F.C.(1874~1877) → Bolton Wanderers F.C.(1877~present)

Bolton Wanderers FC emblem(crest)

1874 (as Christ Church FC) / Horwich, Bolton, Greater Manchester, North West England / Reebok Stadium(since 1997 ; 28,723)

※ Pike's Lane(1881~1895), Burnden Park(1895~1997)

※ Rivalry with Bury F.C., Blackburn Rovers F.C.

★ FA Cup titles(4): 1923, 1926, 1929, 1958






Brentford Football Club
(The Bees)

Brentford FC crest(emblem)

1889 / Brentford, London / Griffin Park(12,219)

※ West London derby(since 13 January 1906) with Chelsea F.C., Fulham F.C., Queens Park Rangers F.C.






Bristol City Football Club

(The Robins, The Reds, Cider Army)

Bristol City emblem(crest)

1897 / Bristol, South West England / Ashton Gate(21,497)

※ Bristol derby(since 13 October 1897) with Bristol Rovers

Severnside derby(since 9 January 1915) with Cardiff City






Burton Albion Football Club

(Brewers)

Burton Albion

1950 / Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands / Pirelli Stadium(6,912)

※ Rivalry with Port Vale FC, Crewe Alexandra FC, Notts County FC, Chesterfield FC and Derby County FC






Cardiff City Football Club

(The Bluebirds)

※ Riverside A.F.C.(1899~1907) → Cardiff City F.C.(1907~present)

Cardiff City emblem(crest)

1899 / Cardiff, South Glamorgan County, South Wales, Wales / Cardiff City Stadium(since 2009 ; 26,828)

※ Sophia Gardens(1899~1910), Ninian Park(1910~2009)

※ South Wales derby(since 7 September 1912) with Swansea City AFC

Severnside derby(since 9 January 1915) with Bristol City FC

Rivalry with Newport County FC

★ FA Cup title(1): 1927






Derby County Football Club

(The Rams)

Derby County emblem(crest)

5 February 1884 / Derby, Derbyshire, East Midlands / Pride Park Stadium(a.k.a. iPro Stadium; 33,597)

★ League titles(2): 1972, 1975(First Division)

★ FA Cup title(1): 19746






Fulham Football Club
(The Cottagers, The Whites, The Lilywhites)

※ Fulham St Andrew's Church Sunday School F.C.(1879~1888) → Fulham F.C.(1888~present)

Fullham FC emblem

16 August 1879 / Fulham, Hammersmith & Fulham, Greater London / Craven Cottage(since 1896 ; 25,700)

※ West London derby(since 13 January 1906) with Brentford F.C., Chelsea F.C., Queens Park Rangers F.C.






Hull City Association Football Club

(The Tigers)

Hull City emblem(crest)

June 1904 / Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire / KC Stadium(since 2002; 25,586)

※ Boothferry Park(1946~2002)

 Rivalry with Sheffield United F.C.,  Leeds United A.F.C.






Ipswich Town Football Club

(The Blues, The Tractor Boys)

Ipswich Town emblem(crest)

1878 / Ipswich, Suffolk, East of England / Portman Road(30,311)

※ East Anglian derby(since 15 November 1902) with Norwich City

★ League titles(1): 1962(First Division)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1978

 UEFA Europa League title(1): 1981(UEFA Cup)






Leeds United Association Football Club
(The Whites, United, The Peacocks)

※ Leeds City F.C.(1919~?) → Leeds United A.F.C.(?~present)

Leeds United AFC emblem(crest)

1919 / Leeds, West Yorkshire / Elland Road(since 1919 ; 39,460)

 Rivalry with Hull City A.F.C.

Rivalry with Huddersfield Town F.C.

★ League titles(3): 1969, 1974, 1992(First Division)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1972






Middlesbrough Football Club

(The Boro)

Middlesbrough emblem(crest)

1876 / Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, North East England / Riverside Stadium(34,742)






Millwall Football Club

(The Lions)

Millwall emblem(crest)

3 October 1885(as Millwall Rovers) / South Bermondsey, south-east London / The Den(20,146)






Norwich City Football Club
(The Canaries)

Norwich City emblem(crest)

17 June 1902 / Norwich, Norfolk, East of England / Carrow Road(since 1935 ; 27,220)

※ Newmarket Road(1902~1908), Rosary Road(1908~1935)

※ East Anglian derby(since 15 November 1902) with Ipswich Town






Nottingham Forest Football Club

(Forest, The Reds)

Nottingham Forest emblem(crest)

1865 / West Bridgford, Nottingham, East Midlands / The City Ground(30,602)

※ Nottingham derby with Notts County F.C.

★ League titles(1): 1978

★ FA Cup titles(2): 1898, 1959

★ UEFA Champions League titles(2): 1979, 1980(European Cup)






Preston North End Football Club

(The Lilywhites)

Preston North End

1863 / Deepdale area of Preston, Lancashire / Deepdale(23,404)

★ League titles(2): 1889, 1990(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(2): 1889, 1938

※ West Lancashire derby(since 23 November 1901) with Blackpool F.C.






Queens Park Rangers Football Club
(The Hoops)

※ St Jude's merged with Christchurch Rangers(1882), Queens Park Rangers F.C.(1886~present)

QPR FC emblem(crest)

1882 / White City, Hammersmith & Fulham, Greater London / Loftus Road Stadium(since 1917, 1963 ; 18,360)

※ Welford's Fields and 14 different locations(1886~1917), White City Stadium(1931~1933, 1962~1963)

※ West London derby(since 13 January 1906) with Brentford, Chelsea F.C., Fulham F.C.






Reading Football Club
(The Royals)

Reading FC emblem(crest)

1871 / Reading, Berkshire, South East England / Madejski Stadium(since 1998 ; 24,161)

※ Reading Recreation Ground, Reading Cricket Ground, Coley Park, Caversham Cricket Ground(1871~1896), Elm Park(5 Sep 1896~1998)






Sheffield United Football Club

(The Baldes)

Sheffield United

22 March 1889 / Sheffield, South Yorkshire / Bramall Lane(32,702)

※ Steel City derby(since 15 December 1890) with Sheffield Wedenesday F.C.

Rivalry with Hull City A.F.C.

★ League title(1): 1898(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(4): 1899, 1902, 1915, 1925






Sheffield Wednesday Football Club

(The Owls, The Wednesday)

Sheffield Wednesday emblem(crest)

Wednesday 4 September 1867 / Sheffield, South Yorkshire / Hillsborough(39,732)

※ Steel City derby(since 15 December 1890) with Sheffield United F.C.

★ League titles(3): 1903, 1904, 1929, 1930(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(3): 1896, 1907, 1935






Sunderland Association Football Club
(The Black Cats)

※  Sunderland and District Teachers A.F.C.(1879~?) →Sunderland A.F.C.(?~present)

Sunderland AFC emblem(crest)

1879 / Sunderland, Tyne and Wear county, North East England / Stadium of Light(since 1997 ; 48,300)

※ Newcastle Road(1879~1898), Roker Park(1898~1997)

※ Tyne–Wear derby(since 1883) with Newcastle United F.C.

★ League titles(6): 1892, 893, 1895, 1902, 1913, 1936(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(2): 1937, 1973






Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club
(Wolves)

※ St. Luke's(1877~1879) → Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.(1879~present)

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC emblem(crest)

1877 / Wolverhampton, West Midlands / Molineux Stadium(since 1889 ; 31,700)

※Blakenhall(1879~1889)

※ Black Country derby(since 20 January 1883) with West Bromwich Albion FC

★ League titles(3): 1954, 1958, 1959(First Division)

★ FA Cup titles(4): 1893, 1908, 1949, 1960







[Football League One : 24 clubs]


Founded : 2004

1920–1921 (as Division Three) / 1921–1958 (as Division Three North/South) / 1958–1992 (as Division Three) / 1992–2004 (as Division Two)

Number of teams : 24

Most championships : Sunderland and Reading (2 titles)




AFC Wimbledon

(The Dons, The Wombles)

AFC Wimbledon

30 May 2002 / Kingsmeadow, Kingston upon Thames, Greater London / Kingsmeadow(4,850)






Blackburn Rovers Football Club
(Rovers, Blue and Whites, The Riversiders)

Blackburn Rovers emblem(crest)

1875 / Blackburn, Lancashire, North West England / Ewood Park(since 1890 ; 31,367)

※ Oozehead Ground(1875–1877), Pleasington Cricket Ground(1877–1878), Alexandra Meadows(1878–1881), Leamington Road(1881–1890), Ewood Park(1890 – present)

※ East Lancashire derby(El Lanclassico or Cotton Mills Derby, since 27 September 1879) with Burnley F.C.

※ Rivalry with Bolton Wanderers F.C.

★ League titles(3): 1912, 1914(First Division), 1995(Premier League)

★ FA Cup titles(6): 1884, 1885, 1886, 1890, 1891, 1928






Blackpool Football Club Ltd.

(The Seasiders, The 'Pool, The Tangerines)

Blackpool emblem(crest)

26 July 1887 / Blackpool, Lancashire, North West England / Bloomfield Road(since 1901 ; 17,338)

※ Raikes Hall Gardens(1896~1897, 1899), Stanley Park(1897~1898)

※ West Lancashire derby(since 23 November 1901) with Preston North End F.C.

★ FA Cup title(1): ?






Bradford City Association Football Club
(The Bantams, The Paraders, The Citizens)

Bradford City AFC emblem(crest)

1903 / Bradford, West Yorkshire, Northern England / Valley Parade(since 1903 ; 25,136)

※ Bradford derby(Wool City derby, since 24 February 1912) with Bradford Park Avenue A.F.C.
West Yorkshire derby with Huddersfield Town F.C. and Leeds United A.F.C.

★ FA Cup title(1): 1911






Bristol Rovers Football Club

(The Pirates, The Gas)

Black Arabs F.C.(1883~1899) → Bristol Rovers F.C.(1899~present)

<Plays in Conference Premier(5th)>

Bristol Rovers Crest(emblem)


1883 / Bristol County, South West England / Memorial Stadium(since 1996 ;12,011)

※ Eastville Stadium(1897~1986), Twerton Park(1986~1996)

※ Bristol derby(since 13 October 1897) with Bristol City F.C.

West Country derby with Torquay United F.C.

Rivalry(since 15 January 1921) with Swindon Town F.C.






Bury Football Club

(The Shakers)

Bury FC eblem(crest)

1885 / Bury, Greater Manchester / Gigg Lane(11,840)

※ Rivalry with Bolton Wanderers F.C.

★ FA Cup titles(2): 1900, 1903






Charlton Athletic  Football Club

(The Addicks, The Robins, The Valiants)

Charlton Athletic emblem(crest)

1905 / Charlton in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London / The Valley(27,111)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1947






Doncaster Rovers Football Club

(The Rovers, Donny, The Vikings)

Doncaster Rovers

1879 / Doncaster, South Yorkshire / Keepmoat Stadium(15,231)






Fleetwood Town Football Club

Fleetwood Town






Gillingham Football Club

Gillingham






Milton Keynes Dons (MK Dons)

(The Dons)

Milton Keynes Dons Crest(emblem)

2004 / Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire / Stadium mk(30,500)

★ FA Cup title(1): 1988(as Wimbledon FC)






Northampton Town Football Club

Northampton Town






Oldham Athletic Association Football Club
(The Latics, Oldham)

Oldham Athletic AFC crest(emblem)

1895(as Pine Villa F.C.) / Oldham / Boundary Park(10,638)






Oxford United Football Club

(The Us, Yellows)

Oxford United

1893(as Headington United) / Oxford, Oxfordshire, South East England / Kassam Stadium(12,500)






Peterborough United Football Club

Peterborough United emblem(crest)

Peterborough / London Road Stadium(15,460)






Plymouth Argyle Football Club

(The Pilgrims, The Green Army)

Plymouth Argyle

(The Mayflower)


1886(as Argyle F.C.) / Plymouth, Devon, South West England / Home Park(16,388)

 Dockyard Derby with Portsmouth F.C.






Portsmouth Football Club

(Pompey)

Portsmouth

5 April 1898 / Portsmouth, Hampshire, South East England / Fratton Park(since 1898; 20,688)

※ South Coast Derby(since 6 Sept 1899) with Southampton F.C.

Dockyard Derby with Plymouth Argyle F.C.

★ Premier League titles(2): 1949, 1950(Football League)

★ FA Cup titles(2): 1939, 2008






Rochdale AFC

Rochdale






Rotherham United Football Club

(The Millers)

Rotherham United emblem(crest)

February 1925 / Rotherham, South Yorkshire / New York Stadium(12,021)






Scunthorpe United Football Club

Scunthorpe United






Shrewsbury Town Football Club

(Salop, The Blues, The Town, The Shrews)

Shrewsbury Town FC emblem(crest)

26 May 1886 / Shrewsbury, Shropshire, West Midlands / New Meadow(9,875)






Southend United FC

Southend United






Walsall Football Club

Walsall






Wigan Athletic Football Club
(Latics)

Wigan Athletic emblem(crest)

1932 / Wigan, Greater Manchester, North West England / DW Stadium(since 1999 ; 25,138)

※ Springfield Park(~1999)

★ FA Cup title(1): 2013







[Football League Two : 24 clubs]




Accrington Stanley Football Club

(Stanley, Accy Stanley, Wacky Backy)

Accrington Stanley FC crest(emblem)

1891, October 1968(re-formation) / Accrington, Lancashire, North West England / Wham Stadium(5,5057)






Barnet Football Club

(The Bees)

Barnet FC emblem(crest)

1888 / Barnet, London / The Hive Stadium(5,100)






Cambridge United Football Club

(Untied, The U's)

Cambridge United FC emblem(crest)

1912(as Abbey United) / Cambridge, Cambridgeshire / Abbey Stadium(10,847)






Carlisle United Football Club

Carlisle United

17 May 1904 / Carlisle, Cumbria, North West / Brunton Park(18,202)






Cheltenham Town Football Club

Cheltenham Town







Chesterfield Football Club

Chesterfield

19 October 1867 / Chesterfield, Derbyshire / Proact Stadium(10,504)






Colchester United Football Club

Colchester United






Coventry City Football Club

(The Sky Blues)

Coventry City

13 August 1883(as Singers F.C.) / Coventry, West Midlands / Sixfields Stadium(7,653)

※ Highfield Road(1899~2005)

※ M69 Derby(since 27 September 1919) with Leicester City F.C.

★ FA Cup title(1): 1987






Crawley Town Football Club

Crawley Town







Crewe Alexandra Football Club

Crewe Alexandra

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Exeter City Football Club

(The Grecians)

Exeter City

1904 / Exeter, Devon, South West England / St James Park in Exeter(8,541)






Grimsby Town Football Club

(The Mariners, Mighty Mariners, Town)

1878(as Grimsby Pelham) / Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire / Blundell Park(9,052)






Hartlepool United Football Club

Hartlepool United






Leyton Orient Football Club

Leyton Orient






Luton Town Football Club

(The Hatters)

Luton Town FC emblem(crest)

11 April 1885 / Luton, Bedfordshire, East of England / Kenilworth Road(10,226)

※ Beds-Herts derby(5 December 1885) with Watford F.C.






Mansfield Town Football Club

(The Stags, Yellows)

Mansfield Town FC emblem(crest)

1897 /  Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands / Field Mill(9,186)

 Nottinghamshire derby with Notts County F.C.






Morecambe Football Club

Morecambe






Newport County Association Football Club

(The Exiles, The Ironsides, The Port, The County)

Newport County AFC emblem(crest)

1912(reformed 1989) / Newport, South Wales / Rodney Parade(7,850)






Notts County Football Club

(The Magpies)

Notts County FC emblem(crest)

28 November 1862 / Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands / Meadow Lane(20,229)

※ Nottingham derby with Nottingham Forest F.C.

 Nottinghamshire derby with Mansfield Town F.C.

★ FA Cup title(1): 1894






Port Vale Football Club

(The Valiants, The Vale, The Valeites)

Port Vale FC Crest(emblem)

1876 / Burslem(Mother Town), Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire county, West Midlands / Vale Park(since 1950 ;19,052)

※ Potteries derby(since 2 December 1882) with Stoke City F.C.






Stevenage Football Club

Stevenage






Swindon Town Football Club

(The Robins, The Reds, The Town, Moonrakers)

Swindon Town FC crest(emblem)


1879 / Swindon, Wiltshire county, South West England / The County Ground(since 1896 ; 15,728)

※ Rivalry(since 15 January 1921) with Bristol Rovers F.C.






Wycombe Wanderers Football Club

(The Chairboys / The Blues)

Wycombe Wanderers

1887 / High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, South East England / Adams Park(since 1990; 9,698)

※ FA cup: Semi-finalists 2000–2001(vs Liverpool FC)






Yeovil Town Football Club

(The Glovers)

Yeovil Town

1895(as Yeovil Casuals) / Yeovil, Somerset, South West / Huish Park(9,565)








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Aldershot Town Football Club

(The Shots)

Aldershot Town FC emblem(crest)

March 1992 / Aldershot, Hampshire / Recreation Ground(7,500)




Dagenham & Redbridge Football Club

Dagenham & Redbridge




Lincoln City Football Club

(The Imps)

Lincoln City FC crest(emblem)

1884 / Lincoln, Lincolnshire, East Midlands / Sincil Bank(since 1895; 10,312)

※ FA Cup : 4th round(32 teams) 2016-2017




Old Carthusians Football Club

<Plays in Arthurian Premier League>

1876 /  Godalming, Surrey, South East England / Charterhouse School

★ FA Cup title(1): 1881

 FA Amateur Cup titles(2): 1894, 1897




Sutton United Football Club

(The U's / The Amber and Chocolates)

Sutton United Football Club

5 March 1898 / London Borough of Sutton / Gander Green Lane(5,013)

※ FA Cup : 4th round(32 teams) 2016-2017




Stockport County Football Club

(The Hatters, County)

Stockport County FC emblem(crest)

1883 (as Heaton Norris Rovers) / Stockport, Greater Manchester / Edgeley Park(10,841)




Torquay United Football Club

(The Gulls)

<Plays in Conference Premier(5th)>

Torquay United FC emblem(crest)

1899 / Torquay, Devon County, South West England / Plainmoor(6,145)

※ West Country derby with Bristol Rovers




Tranmere Rovers FC

Tranmere Rovers




Wanderers Association Football & Social Club

(The Rovers)

<Plays in Surrey South Eastern Combination>

Wanderers FC emblem(crest)

1859(original club, as Forest F.C.), 2009 (reformed club) / London / Belair Park

★ FA Cup titles(5): 1872, 1873, 1876, 1877, 1878




Worcester City Football Club

(City, The Blues, The Faithful)

Worcester City FC emblem(crest)

9 September 1902 / Worcester, Worcestershire, West Midlands / Aggborough(6,250)




York City Football Club

York City






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