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Fulham Football Club is an English football club, from Fulham, South-West London. The club was founded in 1879 and was in 2013/14 the oldest club based in London in the Premier League. However, In the season 2014/15 no more because Fulham on Saturday 3 may 2014 relegated from the top division after a 4-1 defeat at Stoke City FCThe Cottagers play their matches at the Craven Cottage Stadium in London, that stands out as one of the stands over the Thames hangs.

The club took out the final of the Europa League, this was in the year 2010. The final was eventually lost to Atletico Madrid, in the stadium of Hamburger SV. Fulham is since 2013 property of Pakistani Shahid Khan, which also owns Jacksonville Jaguars. Khan bought Fulham FC of Mohamed Al-Fayed.

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[hide]*1 Men

Men[Edit]Edit

Palmares[Edit]Edit

Winner in 2002 (1 of 3)

In Europe[Edit]Edit

  • Q = qualifying round, R = round, PO = play offs, group = group stage, F = final, W = winner, PUC = points UEFA coefficients
Season Competition Round Country Club Score PUC
2002 Intertoto Cup 2R [1] FC Haka Valkeakoski 0-0, 1-1 0.0
3R [2] Egaleo FC 1-0, 1-1
HF [3] FC Sochaux 1-0, 2-0
W [4] Bologna FC 2-2, 3-1
2002/03 UEFA Cup 1R [5] HNK Hajduk Split 1-0, 2-2 8.0
2R [6] GNK Dinamo Zagreb 3-0, 2-1
3R [7] Hertha BSC 1-2, 0-0
2009/10 Europa League 3Q [8] Vėtra 3-0, 3-0 26.0
PO [9] Amkar Perm 3-1, 0-1
Group [10] CSKA Sofia 1-1, 1-0
Group [11] FC Basel 1-0, 3-2
Group [12] AS Roma 1-1, 1-2
2R [13] FC Shakhtar Donetsk 2-1, 1-1
1/8 [14] Juventus FC 1-3, 4-1
1/4 [15] VfL Wolfsburg 2-1, 1-0
1/2 [16] Hamburger SV 0-0, 2-1
F [17] Atlético Madrid 1-2 n.v.
2011/12 Europa League 1Q [18] NSÍ Runavík 3-0, 0-0 12.0
2Q [19] Crusaders FC 3-1, 4-0
3Q [20] RNK Split 0-0, 2-0
PO [21] Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 3-0, 0-1
Group [22] FC Twente 1-1, 0-1
Group [23] Odense BK 2-0, 2-2
Group [24] Wisła Kraków 0-1, 4-1

Total points for UEFA coefficients: 46.0

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See alsoEngland football tournaments

Selection season 2013/14[Edit]Edit

# Name Nationality Position Special Feature
1 Maarten Stekelenburg [26]

Netherlands

Keeper
3 John Arne Riise [27]

Norway

Defender
4 Philippe Senderos [28]

Switzerland

Defender
5 Brede Hangeland [29]

Norway

Defender [30]

Captain

7 Steve Sidwell [31]

England

Midfielder
8 Milena Cocke–younger–kasami [32]

Switzerland

Midfielder
9 Dimitar Berbatov [33]

Bulgaria

Attacker
10 Bryan Ruiz [34]

Costa Rica

Attacker
11 Alexander Kačaniklić [35]

Sweden

Midfielder
13 David Stockdale [36]

England

Keeper
14 Giorgos Karagounis [37]

Greece

Midfielder
15 Kieran Richardson [38]

England

Midfielder
16 Damien Duff [39]

Ireland

Midfielder
17 Matthew Briggs [40]

England

Defender
18 Aaron Hughes [41]

Northern Ireland

Defender
20 Hugo Rodallega [42]

Colombia

Attacker
21 K.c. Frei [43]

Turkey

Midfielder
23 Derek Boateng [44]

Ghana

Midfielder
24 Ashkan Dejagah [45]

Iran

Midfielder
27 Sascha Riether [46]

Germany

Defender
28 Scott Parker [47]

England

Midfielder
29 Marcelo Trotta [48]

Italy

Attacker
35 Fernando Amorebieta [49]

Venezuela

Defender
38 Neil Etheridge [50]

Philippines

Keeper
39 Darren Bent [51]

England

Attacker On loan from Aston Villa
45 Moussa Dembélé [52]

Belgium

Attacker

Famous players and club legends[Edit]Edit

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See thelist of players from Fulham FC for a list of players who played for the club.

Women[Edit]Edit

In Europe[Edit]Edit

Season Competition Round Country Club Results
2003/04 UEFA women's Cup 1st [54] KÍ Klaksvík 8-0
tournament in sassenheim 1st [55] FC Codru Anenii Noi 9-1
1st [56] Ter Leede 3-1
KF [57] 1. FFC Frankfurt 1-3, 1-4

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