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Bolton Wanderers Football Club is an English professional football club based in Bolton, Greater Manchester

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Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Noel Dwyer - West Ham United

Noel Dwyer - West Ham United
Football - 1959 / 1960 First Division - Bolton Wanderers 5 West Ham United 1 West Ham goalkeeper Noel Dwyer makes a save at Burnden Park. 12/09/1959

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Wales - 1914 British Home Championship

Wales - 1914 British Home Championship
Football - 1914 British Home Championship - Wales 1 Ireland 2 The Wales Team Group before the game at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham. Back (left to right): J. Baker (referee), E

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Stoke City's Historic Victory: Glory on April 17, 2011 vs. Bolton Wanderers

Stoke City's Historic Victory: Glory on April 17, 2011 vs. Bolton Wanderers
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Stoke City vs. Bolton Wanderers: The Epic Clash of April 17, 2011

Stoke City vs. Bolton Wanderers: The Epic Clash of April 17, 2011
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Nat Lofthouse in 1956

Nat Lofthouse in 1956
Nat Lofthouse (Bolton). Bolton Wanderers v Sheffield United. 03/03/1956. Football Credit : Colorsport

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Mikel Arteta's Debut Goal: Everton's Victory Over Bolton Wanderers

Mikel Arteta's Debut Goal: Everton's Victory Over Bolton Wanderers, Barclays Premier League (07/02/09)
Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers - Barclays Premier League - Goodison Park - 08/09 - 7/2/09 Mikel Arteta celebrates scoring the first goal for Everton Mandatory Credit

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Everton's Tim Cahill and Joleon Lescott Celebrate Second Goal Against Bolton Wanderers (2007)

Everton's Tim Cahill and Joleon Lescott Celebrate Second Goal Against Bolton Wanderers (2007)
Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers Barclays Premier League - Goodison Park - 26/12/07 Tim Cahill (top) celebrates scoring the second goal for Everton with team mate Joleon Lescott Mandatory Credit

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Tim Cahill's Double: Everton's Triumph Over Bolton Wanderers in the Barclays Premier League

Tim Cahill's Double: Everton's Triumph Over Bolton Wanderers in the Barclays Premier League, 26 December 2007
Football - Everton v Bolton Wanderers Barclays Premier League - Goodison Park - 26/12/07 Tim Cahill celebrates scoring the second goal for Everton Mandatory Credit

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Unstoppable Arsenal: Fabregas and Adebayor's Epic Goal Dance (Arsenal 2-1 Bolton Wanderers, 2007)

Unstoppable Arsenal: Fabregas and Adebayor's Epic Goal Dance (Arsenal 2-1 Bolton Wanderers, 2007)
Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring the 2nd Arsenal goal with Emmanuel Adebayor. Arsenal 2:1 Bolton Wanderers, FA Premiership, Emirates Stadium, London, 14/4/2007

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: FA Cup winners - Bolton Wanderers, 1923

FA Cup winners - Bolton Wanderers, 1923
FA Cup winners in 1923, Bolton Wanderers. The 1923 FA Cup final was the first to be held in the newly-opened (orignal) Wembley Stadium, known as the Empire Stadium

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: George Kay and Joe Smith before kick-off, FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 1923, (1935)

George Kay and Joe Smith before kick-off, FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 1923, (1935)
George Kay and Joe Smith shake hands before kick-off, FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London, 28 April 1923, (1935). George Kay (1891-1954), captain of West Ham United

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Deepdale Duck Shakes Hands With Young Fan

Deepdale Duck Shakes Hands With Young Fan
PNEs team mascot Deepdale Duck shakes hands with a young fan in the crowd. Preston North End v Bolton Wanderersy SkyBet Championship match at Deepdale

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Sky Bet Championship - Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers - St Andrew s

Sky Bet Championship - Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers - St Andrew s
Birmingham Citys Emilio Nsue (left) and Bolton Wanderers Jem Karacan battle for the ball

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1957 / 1958 FA Cup - Final: Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 The Bolton team line-up before kick off, with manager Bill Ridding, right, at Wembley

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Portsmouth - 1948 / 49 League Champions

Portsmouth - 1948 / 49 League Champions
Football - First Division 1948 / 1949 - Bolton Wanderers 1 Portsmouth 2 (23/04/1949) This was the game gave Portsmouth their first League title, as Man United and Newcastle both drew

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Bristol City v Bolton Wanderers 190316

Bristol City v Bolton Wanderers 190316
Joe Bryan of Bristol City celebrates with Jonathan Kodjia of Bristol City - Mandatory byline: Joe Meredith/JMP - 19/03/2016 - FOOTBALL - Ashton Gate - Bristol

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi final

Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi final
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: FA Cup Final: Blackpool 4 Bolton 3

FA Cup Final: Blackpool 4 Bolton 3
Football - 1953 FA Cup Final - Blackpool 4 Bolton Wanderers 3 Blackpool captain Harry Johnston is interviewed by BBC TV broadcaster Peter Dimmock, with Stan Mortensen and Stanley Matthews, left

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Abou Diaby (Arsenal) Tamir Cohen and Ivan Klasnic(Bolton). Bolton Wanderers 0: 2 Arsenal

Abou Diaby (Arsenal) Tamir Cohen and Ivan Klasnic(Bolton). Bolton Wanderers 0: 2 Arsenal
Abou Diaby (Arsenal) Tamir Cohen and Ivan Klasnic(Bolton). Bolton Wanderers 0:2 Arsenal. Barclays Premier League, The Reebok Stadium, Bolton, 17/1/2010

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton - FA Barclays Premier League - The Reebok Stadium - 07 / 08

Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton - FA Barclays Premier League - The Reebok Stadium - 07 / 08 - 1 / 9 / 07 Thomas
Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton - FA Barclays Premier League - The Reebok Stadium - 07/08 - 1/9/07 Thomas Gravesen - Everton warms up Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Keith Williams

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Jens Lehmann, Gilberto, Tomas Rosicky and Emmanuel Eboue celebrate the Arsenal victory

Jens Lehmann, Gilberto, Tomas Rosicky and Emmanuel Eboue celebrate the Arsenal victory. Arsenal 2:1 Bolton Wanderers, FA Premiership, Emirates Stadium, London, 14/4/2007

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal) Hidetoshi Nakata (Bolton). Arsenal 1: 1 Bolton Wanderers

Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal) Hidetoshi Nakata (Bolton). Arsenal 1: 1 Bolton Wanderers
FA Premiership, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London, 11/2/06. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: FA Cup Final: Blackpool 4 Bolton 3

FA Cup Final: Blackpool 4 Bolton 3
Football - 1953 FA Cup Final - Blackpool 4 Bolton Wanderers 3 The Blackpool team leave Wembley on top of the bus with the trophy. Harry Johnston and Stan Mortensen are at the front. 02/05/1953

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1958 FA Cup Final - Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 Bolton captain Nat Lofthouse holds aloft the trophy, with Eddie Hopkinson, right, and Dennis Stevens, left, at Wembley 03/05/1958

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Manchester United manager Matt Busby sits on the bench with caretaker manager Jimmy Murphy - 1958

Manchester United manager Matt Busby sits on the bench with caretaker manager Jimmy Murphy - 1958 FA Cup Final
Football - 1958 FA Cup Final - Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 United manager Matt Busby sits on the bench with caretaker manager Jimmy Murphy at Wembley. 03/05/1958

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1957 / 1958 FA Cup - Final: Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 Bolton goalkeeper Eddie Hopkinson makes a save at Wembley

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1957 / 1958 FA Cup - Final: Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 United caretaker manager Jimmy Murphy leads his side, nearest camera

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: 1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0

1958 FA Cup Final: Bolton 2 Man Utd 0
Football - 1957 / 1958 FA Cup - Final: Bolton Wanderers 2 Manchester United 0 Bolton captain Nat Lofthouse introduces Ray Parry to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, before kick-off at Wembley

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: FA Cup Final: Blackpool 4 Bolton 3

FA Cup Final: Blackpool 4 Bolton 3
Football - 1953 FA Cup Final - Blackpool 4 Bolton Wanderers 3 Blackpool captain Harry Johnston and Stanley Matthews (right)

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Chelsea 4-3 Bolton, League Division One match at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea 4-3 Bolton, League Division One match at Stamford Bridge, Saturday 14th October 1978. Chelsea sub Clive Walker in ecstasy after fashioning the fourth and winning goal

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: English League Division One match at Goodison Park. Everton 3 v Bolton Wanderers 0

English League Division One match at Goodison Park. Everton 3 v Bolton Wanderers 0. Everton forward William " Dixie" Dean scores one of his three goals past the Bolton goalkeeper after a

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Brighton and Hove Albion v Bolton Wanderers Sky Bet Championship 13 / 02 / 2016

Brighton and Hove Albion v Bolton Wanderers Sky Bet Championship 13 / 02 / 2016
Match action during the Sky Bet Championship match between Brighton and Hove Albion and Bolton Wanderers at the American Express Community Stadium, Lewes, Falmer, England on 13th February 2016

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: FA Cup Semi-Final Showdown: Bolton Wanderers vs. Stoke City - April 17, 2011

FA Cup Semi-Final Showdown: Bolton Wanderers vs. Stoke City - April 17, 2011
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Stoke City vs. Bolton Wanderers: FA Cup Semi-Final Showdown En Route to Wembley (April 17, 2011)

Stoke City vs. Bolton Wanderers: FA Cup Semi-Final Showdown En Route to Wembley (April 17, 2011)
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Stoke City's FA Cup Semi-Final Battle: Bolton Wanderers Showdown on the Road to Wembley (April 17)

Stoke City's FA Cup Semi-Final Battle: Bolton Wanderers Showdown on the Road to Wembley (April 17, 2011)
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Birmingham City FC: Lee Clark's Team Secures Championship Survival Against Bolton Wanderers

Birmingham City FC: Lee Clark's Team Secures Championship Survival Against Bolton Wanderers (May 3, 2014)
Birmingham Citys Manager Lee Clark celebrates his team staying up

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Birmingham City: Celebrating Championship Survival vs. Bolton Wanderers (03-05-2014)

Birmingham City: Celebrating Championship Survival vs. Bolton Wanderers (03-05-2014)
Birmingham City players celebrate avoiding relegation

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Birmingham City's Euphoric Invasion: Sky Bet Championship Title Win vs

Birmingham City's Euphoric Invasion: Sky Bet Championship Title Win vs. Bolton Wanderers (03-05-2014)
Birmingham City invade the pitch at the final whistle

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: npower Football League Championship - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - Reebok Stadium

npower Football League Championship - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - Reebok Stadium
Callum Reilly, Birmingham City

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Rob Hall's Leadership: Birmingham City vs. Bolton Wanderers at Reebok Stadium

Rob Hall's Leadership: Birmingham City vs. Bolton Wanderers at Reebok Stadium (Championship Showdown, December 29)
Rob Hall, Birmingham City

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Bolton Wanderers v Bristol City 201012

Bolton Wanderers v Bristol City 201012
Bristol Citys Stephen McManus - Photo mandatory by-line: Joe Meredith/JMP - 20/10/2012 - Bolton Wanderers v Bristol City - SPORT - FOOTBALL - Championship - Bolton - Reebok Stadium

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Paul Caddis in Action: Birmingham City vs Bolton Wanderers at St

Paul Caddis in Action: Birmingham City vs Bolton Wanderers at St. Andrew's (Championship Match, 2012)
Paul Caddis, Birmingham City

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: James McFadden's Goal: Birmingham City vs. Bolton Wanderers, Barclays Premier League (09-05-2010)

James McFadden's Goal: Birmingham City vs. Bolton Wanderers, Barclays Premier League (09-05-2010, Reebok Stadium)
James McFadden, Birmingham City

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Barclays Premier League - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - Reebok Stadium

Barclays Premier League - Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City - Reebok Stadium
Cameron Jerome, Birmingham City

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Arsenal fans celebrate the 4th goal score by Andrey Arshavin. Arsenal 4

Arsenal fans celebrate the 4th goal score by Andrey Arshavin. Arsenal 4:2 Bolton Wanderers, Barclays Premier League, Emirates Stadium, Arsenal Football Club, London, 20/1/2010

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Bacary Sagna's Victory: Arsenal 1-0 Bolton Wanderers, Barclays Premier League

Bacary Sagna's Victory: Arsenal 1-0 Bolton Wanderers, Barclays Premier League, Emirates Stadium (January 10, 2009)
Bacary Sagna (Arsenal). Arsenal 1:0 Bolton Wanderers. Barclays Premier League. Emirates Stadium, 10/1/09. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / David Price

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton Barclays Premier

Football - Bolton Wanderers v Everton Barclays Premier League - The Reebok Stadium - 29/10/08 Evertons Marouane Fellaini (front) celebrates scoring their first goal with Tim Cahill Mandatory Credit

Background imageBolton Wanderers Collection: Arsenal captain William Gallas shoots past Bolton goalkeeper Ali Al Hasbi to score the 1st goal

Arsenal captain William Gallas shoots past Bolton goalkeeper Ali Al Hasbi to score the 1st goal. Bolton Wanderers 2:3 Arsenal, Barclays Premier League, The Reebok Stadium, Bolton, 29/3/2008



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Bolton Wanderers Collection

Bolton Wanderers Football Club is an English professional football club based in Bolton, Greater Manchester. Founded in 1874, they were a founder member of the Football League in 1888 and have spent the majority of their history in the top two divisions of English football. They currently compete in League One, the third tier of English football. They have won four FA Cups and three League Cups, as well as being runners-up twice in the FA Cup and once each in both the League Cup and UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. The club has also played at Wembley Stadium for six FA Cup semi-finals, winning five times and can one of only five clubs to have won all four professional divisions of English football; they are also one of only two clubs to have spent a continuous period of over 100 years outside England's top division since its formation.
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