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Stoke City

Stoke turned professional in 1885 and became owners of their stadium, the Victoria ground in 1919. The club’s most celebrated player Stanley Matthews made his debut in the 1930’s and helped the club achieve promotion to top flight in 1933.

Honours :
• Div Two: 1993, 1963, 1933
• League Cup: 1972

Did you know?
Stoke City have been wearing red and white stripes continuously for over 100 years, since the 1908/09 season.

More information :
Stoke City Official Website
Stoke City Supporters Club

Destination: Stoke-on-Trent

Stoke-on-Trent is the UK's capital of china and is known all over the world as The Potteries, with its unique combination of factory shops, visitor centres, ceramic museums and factory tours. As night falls, the cultural quarter comes alive with activity in its restaurants, bars, clubs and theatres, including the magnificent Regent Theatre and Victoria Hall with their star-studded programmes of West End musicals, opera, drama, ballet and concerts.

Find out more about Stoke-on-Trent with Enjoy England's Stoke-on-Trent destination guide .

Tickets, Travel Packages and Hospitality Packages

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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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See also :
Arsenal | Aston Villa | Chelsea | Everton | Fulham | Liverpool | Manchester City | Manchester United | Newcastle United | Norwich City | Queens Park Rangers | Reading | Southampton | Stoke City | Sunderland | Swansea City | Tottenham Hotspur | West Bromwich Albion | West Ham | Wigan Athletic |

Stoke City Facts

Season 2010/11 :
13th place
The Potters
The Britannia Stadium
Away end:
South Stand
Song they run out to:
We'll Be With You
Top scorer 10/11:
Kenwyne Jones (9 goals)