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Fulham was formed in 1879 as Fulham St Andrew’s Church Sunday school. The church still in existence today has a plaque commemorating the team's foundation. The Club’s name was shortened to Fulham in 1888 and they started playing at current their home 'Craven Cottage' in 1896.

Honours:
• Div One: 2001
• Div Two: 1999, 1949
• Intertoto Cup: 2002

Did you know?
Fulham FC are known as “The Cottagers" due to the name of the club’s stadium, Craven Cottage. The ground opened in 1896, consisting of four wooden structures that each held 250 seats. The land had previously been home to ‘Crave Cottage’, a royal hunting lodge dating back over three hundred years.

More information:
Fulham Official Website
Fulham Supporters Club

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FulhamFacts

Season 2010/11 :
8th place
Nickname:
The Cottagers
Stadium:
Craven Cottage, London
Away end:
Putney End Stand
Song they run out to:
Bolero, from Moulin Rouge
Top scorer 10/11:
Clint Dempsey (12 goals)