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Bolton Wanderers


The Club was founded as Christ Church FC in 1874 but changed it’s name to Bolton Wonderers 3 years later. They were one of the founding members of the football league in 1888.

• Div One: 1997
• Div Two: 1909, 1978
• Div Three: 1973
• FA Cup: 1958, 1929, 1926, 1923
• FA Charity Shield: 1958
• Football League Trophy: 1989

Did you know?
Bolton Wanderers are also known as “The Trotters", due to a pitch that the club used towards the end of the nineteenth century. The pitch backed onto a piggery and clearances tended to end up in the pig pens. Players therefore had to ‘trot’ through the pens to retrieve their ball.

More information:
Bolton Wanderers Official Website
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Bolton Wanderers Supporters Club

Destination: Bolton

Choose Bolton for culture and countryside, history and heritage, accommodation and attractions, entertainment and eating out. With its three covered shopping centres, a thriving traditional Lancashire market and a truly magnificent Victorian market hall, Bolton quite easily offers some of the North West's finest shopping opportunities.

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Tickets, Travel Packages and Hospitality Packages

Want to come and see your Bolton Wanderers 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

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See also
Arsenal | Aston Villa | Blackburn Rovers | Bolton Wanderers | Chelsea | Everton | Fulham | Liverpool | Manchester City | Manchester United | Newcastle United | Norwich City | Queens Park Rangers | Stoke City | Sunderland | Swansea City | Tottenham Hotspur | West Bromwich Albion | Wigan Athletic | Wolverhampton Wanderers  

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Season 2010/11:
14th place
The Trotters
The Reebok Stadium, Bolton
Away end:
South Stand
Song they run out to:
633 Squadron
Top scorer 10/11:
Johan Elmander (10 goals)