List of Fulham F.C. records and statistics

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The following article features the records and statistics of Fulham Football Club, based at Craven Cottage in London.

Player appearances[edit]

There are five Fulham players who have been in the club's starting line-up more than 450 times, all of whom have since retired from football:

Current[edit]

The players with the most appearances in all forms who are still at the club as of 25 January 2014 are:

Goalscorers[edit]

There are seven men to have scored more than 100 goals for the club, all of whom have since retired from football:

Current[edit]

The three most prolific goalscorers currently at the club as of 15 November 2013 are:

Transfers[edit]

Highest transfer fees paid[edit]

Name From Fee Date
1 Greece Konstantinos Mitroglou Greece Olympiakos £12.4M 2014
2 France Steve Marlet France Lyon £11.5M 2001
3 Scotland Ross McCormack England Leeds United £11M 2014
4 Costa Rica Bryan Ruiz Netherlands FC Twente £10.6M 2011
5 England Andy Johnson England Everton £10.5M 2008
6 Netherlands Edwin Van der Sar Netherlands Ajax £7M 2001

Highest transfer fees received[edit]

Name To Fee Date
1 Belgium Mousa Dembélé England Tottenham Hotspur £15M 2012
2 France Louis Saha England Manchester United £12.4M 2004
3 England Chris Smalling England Manchester United £7M 2010
4 United States Clint Dempsey England Tottenham Hotspur £6M 2012
5 England Jimmy Bullard England Hull City £5M 2009

Player of the Season[edit]

International squad players[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Fulham have never won a major trophy; however, they have number of achievements. In the list below, all trophies and leagues are referred to by the names they held at the time, which, due to commercial and practical reasons, have changed over time. For more information, see articles in individual leagues from here.

Fulham in Europe[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Score
2002/03 Intertoto Cup 2R Finland FC Haka 0-0, 1-1 (away goal)
3R Greece Egaleo FC 1-0, 1-1
SF France FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 1-0, 2-0
F Italy Bologna F.C. 1909 2-2, 1-3
Season Competition Round Country Club Score
2002/03 UEFA Cup 1R Croatia Hajduk Split 1-0, 2-2
2R Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 3-0, 2-1
3R Germany Hertha BSC Berlin 1-2, 0-0

2009-10 Europa League[edit]

Date Round Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Attendance
30 July Third qualifying round, 1st leg Lithuania Vėtra A 3-0 Zamora 44', Murphy 56' (pen.), Seol Ki-Hyeon 84' 5,900
6 August Third qualifying round, 2nd leg Lithuania Vėtra H 3-0 Etuhu 57', A. Johnson 80', 84' 15,016
20 August Play-off round, 1st leg Russia Amkar Perm H 3-1 A. Johnson 4', Dempsey 51', Zamora 75' (Amkar Perm: Vitaliy Grishin 77') 13,029
27 August Play-off round, 2nd leg Russia Amkar Perm A 0-1 (Amkar Perm: Kushev 90') 20,000
17 September Group stage Bulgaria CSKA Sofia A 1-1 Kamara 65' (CSKA Sofia: Michel 62') 28,000
1 October Group stage Switzerland Basel H 1-0 Murphy 57' 16,100
22 October Group stage Italy Roma H 1-1 Hangeland 24' (Roma: Andreolli 90+3') 23,561
5 November Group stage Italy Roma A 1-2 Kamara 19' (pen.) (Roma: John Arne Riise 69', Okaka Chuka 76') 20,000
3 December Group stage Bulgaria CSKA Sofia H 1-0 Gera 14' 23,604
16 December Group stage Switzerland Basel A 3-2 Zamora 42', 45', Gera 77' (Basel: Frei 64' (pen.), Streller 87') 20,063
18 February Round of 32, 1st leg Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk H 2-1 Gera 3', Zamora 63' (Shakhtar Donetsk: Luiz Adriano 32') 21,832
25 February Round of 32, 2nd leg Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk A 1-1 Hangeland 33' (Shakhtar Donetsk: Jádson 69') 47,509
11 March Round of 16, 1st leg Italy Juventus A 1-3 Etuhu 36' (Juventus: Legrottaglie 9', Zebina 25', Trezeguet 48') 11,402
18 March Round of 16, 2nd leg Italy Juventus H 4-1 Zamora 9', Gera 39',49' (pen.), Dempsey 82' (Juventus: Trezeguet 2') 23,458
1 April Quarter-final, 1st leg Germany Wolfsburg H 2-1 Zamora 59', Duff 63' (Wolfsburg: Madlung 89') 22,307
8 April Quarter-final, 2nd leg Germany Wolfsburg A 1-0 Zamora 1' 24,843
22 April Semi-final, 1st leg Germany Hamburg A 0-0 49,171
29 April Semi-final, 2nd leg Germany Hamburg H 2-1 Davies 69', Gera 76' (Hamburg: Petric 22') 25,700
12 May Final Spain Atlético Madrid N 1-2 Davies 37' (Athetico: Forlán 32',116,) 49,000

Group stage: Final table[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Italy Roma 6 4 1 1 10 5 +5 13
England Fulham 6 3 2 1 8 6 +2 11
Switzerland Basel 6 3 0 3 10 7 +3 9
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 6 0 1 5 2 12 −10 1

2011-12 Europa League[edit]

Date Round Opponents H / A Result
F – A
Scorers Attendance
30 June First qualifying round, 1st leg Faroe Islands NSI H 3–0 Duff 33', Murphy 61' (pen.), Andy Johnson 70' 14,910
7 July First qualifying round, 2nd leg Faroe Islands NSI A 0–0 1,245
14 July Second qualifying round, 1st leg Northern Ireland Crusaders A 3–1 Briggs 39', Zamora 74', Murphy 77' 2,477
21 July Second qualifying round, 2nd leg Northern Ireland Crusaders H 4–0 Johnson 19', Murphy 56', Zamora 66', Sidwell 70' 14,910
28 July Third qualifying round, 1st leg Croatia Split A 0–0 4,000
4 August Third qualifying round, 2nd leg Croatia Split H 2–0 Johnson 19', Murphy 56' 17,087

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