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Coventry City FC

Coventry City FC
Football Club Details
Also known as
Sky Blues
Year Formed
1883
Ground
Ricoh Arena
Colours
Home: Sky blue shirts with navy panels and white trim, sky blue shorts with navy panels and sky blue socks with navy trim.
Away: White shirts with black panels and red trim, black shorts, white socks with black trim
Ricoh Arena The Home Of Coventry City FC
Ricoh Arena The Home Of Coventry City FC
Capacity
32500
Address
Ricoh Arena
Phoenix Way
Foleshill
Coventry
CV6 6GE
Telephone
08700 2 74264
Fax
024 7678 6599
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Railway Station
Bedworth Railway Station 2.4 miles (3.9 km)
Motorway Junction
M6 Jnct 3 1 miles (1.6 km)
Airport
Birmingham 10.6 miles (17 km)
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All Time Records
Attendance
51455: vs Wolverhapton Wanderers 29/04/1967 Division 2
Best league win
9 - 0: vs Bristol City 28/04/1934 Division 3S
Worst league loss
2 - 10: vs Norwich City 15/03/1930 Division 3
Best cup win
7 - 0: vs Scunthorpe United 24/11/1934 FA Cup R1
Worst cup loss
Most capped player
Roland Nilsson: 94
League appearances
Steve Ogrizovic: 502 1994/99
League goals
Clarrie Bourton: 171 1931/37
Goals in a season
Clarrie Bourton: 49 1931/32 Division 3S
Transfer fee received
£13,000,000: Robbie Keane Inter Milan 01 August 2000
Transfer fee paid
£6,500,000: Craig Bellamy Norwich 17th August 2000
Honours
League Titles
Division Two: 1966-67, Division Three: 1963-64, Division Three (South): 1935-36, Division Four: 1958-59 (runners-up)
FA Cup
1986-87
Europe
League Cup
Other
FA Youth Cup Winners 1986-87