When was the last time Stoke City won a trophy?
Stoke have competed in European football on three occasions, firstly in 1972–73 then in 1974–75 and most recently in 2011–12. The club has won the Football League Trophy twice, in 1992 and in 2000.
Who is the oldest Football Club in the world?
Sheffield F.C. in England, is the world’s oldest surviving independent open football club—that is, the oldest club not associated with an institution such as a school, hospital or university in which was open to all to play. It was founded in 1857.
Who scored the most goals for Stoke City?
- Leading Goalscorer. John Ritchie – 176.
- Leading Goalscorer (League)
- Leading Goalscorer (Premier League)
- Leading Goalscorer (FA Cup)
- Leading Goalscorer (League Cup)
- Leading Goalscorer (UEFA Cup & UEFA Europa League)
- Leading Goalscorers (All European Competition)
- Leading Goalscorer (including war-time)
Where did Stoke City play in the 2012/13 pre season?
For the 2012–13 pre-season, Stoke travelled to the United States where they will spend eleven days and play matches against Major League Soccer sides Columbus Crew and Sporting Kansas City as well as affiliated USL Pro club Orlando City. Matches were also arranged against Swiss side FC Sion and German Bundesliga team SpVgg Greuther Fürth.
Why did Stoke City have a 150th anniversary shirt?
It was also the club’s 150th year in existence and to mark the occasion the club had a special crest and the away kit was the same colours that Stoke Ramblers wore back in 1863, navy and cardinal Stoke also had a new shirt sponsor Bet365 taking over from Britannia.
What was the name of the American footballer who signed for Stoke?
^ “Stoke City: American Maurice Edu signs three-year deal with Stoke City”. Retrieved 30 August 2012. ^ “Liverpool’s Charlie Adam completes move to Stoke City”. BBC Sport. Retrieved 31 August 2012.
What was the result of the match between Stoke City and Norwich?
^ “Match analysis: Stoke City 1, Norwich City 0”. The Sentinel. Retrieved 29 April 2013. ^ “Sunderland 1-1 Stoke City”. Stoke City F.C. Retrieved 8 May 2013.