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Wigan Athletic

The club was formed in 1932 following the demise of Wigan Borough the previous year. With Wigan Country, Wigan United and Wigan Town also failing to establish themselves, this was firth time lucky. Wigan hold the record for the biggest cup win by a non-league club over a league club when...

Honours :
• Div Two: 2003
• Div Three: 1997

Did you know?
At a mere 76 years old, Wigan Athletic are currently the youngest club in the Barclays Premier League.

More information :
Wigan Athletic Official Website
Wigan Athletic Supporters Club

Destination: Wigan

For most, the name Wigan conjures up thought of coal or cobbles. The reality is that the Wigan of today is surprisingly different - a destination both varied and vibrant. Visit Wigan and you'll discover picturesque countryside, popular visitor attractions, events, festivals, heritage and culture. From coach parties to independent travellers, Wigan extends a warm welcome to all visitors.

Find out more about Wigan with Enjoy England's Wigan destination guide .

Tickets, Travel Packages and Hospitality Packages

Want to come and see your Wigan Athletic heroes in action? Search for general sale ticket availability, travel packages and hospitality packages using the Premier League’s official ticket information service which lists every match (including cup competitions) over the next 28 days.
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Stadium Tours

Ever wondered what it would be like to take a look behind the scenes at one of the world's most revered football clubs? Experience the history and tradition first hand, follow in the footsteps of the legends of the game and let your imagination run free.
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Wigan FC Facts

Season 2010/11 :
16th place
The Latics
JJB Stadium, Wigan
Away end:
North Stand
Song they run out to:
The Battle, by Hans Zimmer
Top scorer 10/11:
Hugo Rodallega (9 goals)