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Fulham Football Club is a Premier League club based in London. They have been a consistent Championship club for a while, since being relegated from the Premier League in 2013/14. They have not gained promotion since, until 2022.
Fulham Football Club’s nicknames are The Cottagers, The Whites, and The Lily Whites. The latter names are due to the club’s home kit being white.
Fulham’s main rivals are fellow London club Chelsea who is also based in Fulham. Other local London sides include Queens Park Rangers, Brentford and Crystal Palace. The only other rival outside of London is Gillingham, with whom Fulham has had some fiery matches.
The top level of English football is where Fulham Football Club plays. Their home ground is known as Craven Cottage. It has been the home ground of Fulham since 1896 and it currently has a capacity to hold 25,700 fans.
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|Players||Age||From Club||Transfer Fee|
|Adama Traoré||27||Wolves||free transfer|
|Fodé Ballo-Touré||26||AC Milan||loan transfer|
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The club was founded in 1879 and are is currently competing in the Championship, the second tier of English football.
The club managed to secure a promotion to the Premier League, the top tier of English football, for the next (2020-21) season.
They finished 4th in the Championship League in the 2019/20 season.
The team has been playing its home matches at the Craven Cottage since 1896, having previously played at various venues.
Craven Cottage holds the capacity of 25,700 seats.
Cottagers consider the rivalry with Chelsea as the established local rivalry. This fixture is part of the so-called “London Derbies”.
Domestically, The Cottagers has won:
Second Division/Championship titles: 3
Third Division/League One titles: 2
Fourth Division/League Two titles: 1
In International club football, The Cottagers was:
UEFA Europa League Runners-up in 2010