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Middlesbrough FC

Middlesbrough FC
Football Club Details
Also known as
Boro
Year Formed
1876
Ground
Riverside Stadium
Colours
Home: Red shirts with white trim, red shorts, red stockings.
Away: White shirt with purple band, purple shorts, purple stockings
Riverside Stadium The Home Of Middlesbrough FC
Riverside Stadium The Home Of Middlesbrough FC
Capacity
35049
Address
Middlesbrough FC
Cellnet Riverside Stadium
Middlesbrough
Cleveland
TS3 6RS
Telephone
01642-877700
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Railway Station
Middlesbrough Railway Station 0.7 miles (1.1 km)
Motorway Junction
A1(M) Jnct 60 12.8 miles (20.6 km)
Airport
Teesside 9.4 miles (15.2 km)
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All Time Records
Attendance
53596: vs Newcastle United 27/12/1949 Division 1
Best league win
9 - 0: vs Brighton & Hove Albion 23/08/1958 Division 2
Worst league loss
0 - 9: vs Blackburn Rovers 06/11/1954 Division 2
Best cup win
9 - 3: vs Goole Town 09/01/1915 FA Cup R1
Worst cup loss
Most capped player
Wilf Mannion: 26 England
League appearances
Tm Williamson: 563 1902/23
League goals
George Camsell: 326 1925/39
Goals in a season
George Camsell: 59 1926/27 Division 2
Transfer fee received
£12m: Juninho Atletico Madrid July 1997
Transfer fee paid
£8,150,000m: Massimo Maccarone Empoli 3 July 2002
Honours
League Titles
Division One (New format): 1994 - 95, Division Two: 1926-27, 1928-29, 1973-74
FA Cup
6th Round in 1935-36, 1946-47, 1969-70, 1976-77, finalists 1997
Europe
League Cup
Semi-finalists 1976 -77, 1992, finalists 1997, 1998
Other
Anglo-Scottish Cup winners: 1975 - 76; Amateur Cup winners: 1895, 1898