English Football Teams Barclays Premier League

Stoke City FC

Stoke City FC
Football Club Details
Also known as
The Potters
Year Formed
1863
Ground
Britannia Stadium
Colours
Home: Red and white striped shirts, white shorts and red and white hooped stockings.
Away: White and royal blue shirts, blue shorts, blue stockings
Britannia Stadium The Home Of Stoke City FC
Britannia Stadium The Home Of Stoke City FC
Capacity
28000
Address
Stoke City FC
Britannia Stadium
Stanley Matthews Way
Stoke-on-Trent
ST4 4EG
Telephone
01782-592222
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Railway Station
Stoke-On-Trent Railway Station 1.4 miles (2.3 km)
Motorway Junction
M6 Jnct 15 2.3 miles (3.8 km)
Airport
Manchester 25.6 miles (41.2 km)
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All Time Records
Attendance
51380: vs Arsenal 29/03/1937 Division 1
Best league win
10 - 3: vs West Bromwich Albion 04/02/1937 Division 1
Worst league loss
0 - 10: vs Preston North End 14/09/ Division 1
Best cup win
7 - 1: vs Burnley 20/02/1896 FA Cup R2
Worst cup loss
Most capped player
Gordon Banks: 36 England
League appearances
Eric Skeels: 506 1958/76
League goals
Freddie Steele: 142 1934/49
Goals in a season
Freddie Steele: 33 1936/37 Division 1
Transfer fee received
£2,350,000: Mike Sheron QPR 1 July 1997
Transfer fee paid
£600,000:Brynjar Gunnarson Orgyte 31 Deccember 1999
Honours
League Titles
Division Two: 1932 - 33, 1962 - 63, 1992 - 93 (new format);Division Three (North): 1926 - 27; Division Two Play-Off Winners 2001-2002
FA Cup
Semi - finalists in 1898 - 99, 1970 - 71, 1971 - 72
Europe
League Cup
Winners in 1971 - 72
Other
Watney Cup winners in 1972 - 73; Autoglass Trophy winners in 1991 - 92; Auto Windscreens Shield winners in 1999 - 2000