List of Gillingham F.C. seasons

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For a detailed account of the club's history, see History of Gillingham F.C.
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The Gillingham team line up before their first ever Football League match in 1920, along with club officials and the local mayor

Gillingham F.C. is an English association football club originally formed in 1893 under the name New Brompton F.C. The club adopted its present name in 1913, and played in the Southern League until 1920, when that league's top division was absorbed into the Football League as its new Division Three. The "Gills" were voted out of the league in favour of Ipswich Town at the end of the 1937–38 season, but returned 12 years later, when that league was expanded from 88 to 92 clubs.

Twice in the late 1980s Gillingham came close to winning promotion to the second tier of English football, but a decline then set in and in 1993 the club narrowly avoided relegation to the Football Conference. In 2000, Gillingham reached the second tier of the English league for the first time in the club's history. They went on to spend five seasons at this level, achieving a club record highest league finish of eleventh place in the 2002–03 season before being relegated twice to return to the league's bottom division, known since 2004 as Football League Two. The club has won honours at a professional level namely the Football League Fourth Division championship in the 1963–64 season as well as the Football League Two championship in the 2012–13 season.


Seasons[edit]

Season League FA Cup League Cup[A] Other Top scorer[B] Notes
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1893–94 New Brompton did not play league football QR1 FAM R3Q[C] Albert Jenner 2[D] [1]
1894–95 SL Div 2 12 11 0 1 57 10 22 1st[E] QR3 Arthur Rule 22 [1]
1895–96 SL Div 1 18 7 4 7 30 37 18 6th QR2 Dave Hutcheson 8[F] [2]
KL Div 1 22 9 3 10 36 42 21 7th
1896–97 SL Div 1 20 7 2 11 32 42 16 8th QR4 Jack Frettingham 10[G] [3]
TMC 10 2 0 8 21 32 4 5th
1897–98 SL Div 1 22 9 4 9 37 37 22 6th QR5 Jack Frettingham 13[G] [4]
TMC 14 9 2 3 33 15 20 3rd
1898–99 SL Div 1 24 10 5 9 38 30 25 6th R1 Jack Frettingham 14[G] [5]
TMC 16 12 2 2 48 15 26 1st
1899–00 SL Div 1 28 9 6 13 39 49 24 11th QR4 Jack Frettingham 11[G] [6]
TMC 10 8 1 1 20 6 17 1st
1900–01 SL Div 1 28 7 5 16 34 51 19 12th QR5 Jack Frettingham 14[G] [7]
TMC 6 4 1 1 15 7 9 2nd
1901–02 SL Div 1 30 10 7 13 39 38 27 10th RInt Alf Milward 12[G][H] [8]
TMC 12 10 1 1 52 7 21 1st
1902–03 SL Div 1 30 11 11 8 37 35 33 6th RInt Charlie Satterthwaite 14[G] [9]
TMC 12 5 1 6 33 42 11 4th
1903–04 SL Div 1 34 6 13 15 26 43 25 16th RInt Jim Stevenson 7 [10]
1904–05 SL Div 1 34 11 11 12 40 41 33 9th R1 Walter Leigh 11 [11]
1905–06 SL Div 1 34 7 8 19 20 62 22 17th R2 William Marriott 5 [12]
1906–07 SL Div 1 38 12 9 17 47 59 33 16th R2 Dan Cunliffe 15 [13]
1907–08 SL Div 1 38 9 7 22 44 75 25 20th[I] R2 Charlie McGibbon 22 [14]
1908–09 SL Div 1 40 17 7 16 48 59 41 7th QR5 Arthur Pickett 9 [15]
1909–10 SL Div 1 42 19 5 18 76 74 43 12th R1 Albert Court 25 [16]
1910–11 SL Div 1 38 11 8 19 34 65 30 18th R1 John Taylor 15 [17]
1911–12 SL Div 1 38 11 9 18 35 72 31 18th QR4 F.Corbett
A.Lee
John Taylor
6 [18]
1912–13 SL Div 1 38 12 10 16 36 53 34 15th R1 Arthur Wolstenholme 7 [19]
1913–14 SL Div 1 38 13 9 16 48 49 35 15th R2 Charlie Hafekost 10 [20]
1914–15 SL Div 1 38 6 8 24 43 82 20 20th R1 Sam Gilligan
P.Glen
8 [21]
No competitive football was played between 1915 and 1919 due to the First World War.
1919–20 SL Div 1 42 10 7 25 34 74 27 22nd R1 Arthur Wood 14 [22]
1920–21 Div 3[J] 42 8 12 22 34 74 28 22nd[K] QR6 Tommy Hall 11 [23]
1921–22 Div 3S[L] 42 14 8 20 47 60 36 18th R1 Charlie Freeman 14 [24]
1922–23 Div 3S 42 15 7 20 51 57 37 16th QR6 Tommy Hall
Horace Williams
11 [25]
1923–24 Div 3S 42 12 13 17 43 58 37 15th R1 Joe North 17 [26]
1924–25 Div 3S 42 13 14 15 35 44 40 13th QR6 Fred Brown
Frank Marshall
Tommy Hall
10 [27]
1925–26 Div 3S 42 17 8 17 53 49 42 10th R2 Fred Brown 16 [28]
1926–27 Div 3S 42 11 10 21 54 72 32 20th R2 Bill Arblaster 18 [29]
1927–28 Div 3S 42 13 11 18 62 81 37 16th R3 Jonah Wilcox 28 [30]
1928–29 Div 3S 42 10 9 23 43 83 29 22nd[I] R1 Arthur Dominy 14 [31]
1929–30 Div 3S 42 11 8 23 51 80 30 21st R1 Fred Cheesmur 17 [32]
1930–31 Div 3S 42 14 10 18 61 76 38 16th R2 Harry Loasby 22 [33]
1931–32 Div 3S 42 10 8 24 40 82 28 21st R1 Bill White 9 [34]
1932–33 Div 3S 42 18 8 16 72 61 44 7th R2 George Nicol 28 [35]
1933–34 Div 3S 42 11 11 20 75 96 33 17th R2 D3SC R1 Sim Raleigh 18 [36]
1934–35 Div 3S 42 11 13 18 55 75 35 20th R1 D3SC R1 Bill Baldwin 14 [37]
1935–36 Div 3S 42 14 9 19 66 77 37 16th R2 D3SC R1 George Tadman 18 [38]
1936–37 Div 3S 42 18 8 16 72 61 44 11th R2 D3SC R2 Jimmy Watson 21 [39]
1937–38 Div 3S 42 10 6 26 36 77 26 22nd[M] R1 D3SC R2 Jimmy Watson 13 [40]
1938–39 SL 44 29 6 9 104 57 64 3rd QR4 SLC R2 Harry Rowley 41 [41]
1939–40 SL 3 2 0 1 6 4 4 n/a[N] SLC R1 Harry Rowley 4 [42]
No further competitive football was played between 1939 and 1945 due to the Second World War.
1945–46 KL 20 18 1 1 111 33 37 1st QR4 KLC winners Vic Hole 29 [43]
1946–47 SL 31 20 6 5 103 45 47[O] 1st R3 SLC winners Hughie Russell 42 [44]
1947–48 SL 34 21 5 8 81 43 47 2nd R3 SLC Grp Hughie Russell 23 [45]
1948–49 SL 42 26 10 6 104 48 62 1st QR4 SLC SF Hughie Russell 36 [46]
1949–50 SL 46 23 9 14 92 61 55 5th[P] R2 SLC R2 Harold Williams 18 [47]
1950–51 Div 3S 46 13 9 24 69 101 35 22nd R2 Dave Thomas 19 [48]
1951–52 Div 3S 46 11 13 22 71 81 35 22nd R2 Derek Lewis
Dave Thomas
22 [49]
1952–53 Div 3S 46 12 15 19 39 70 40 21st R2 Trevor Long 11 [50]
1953–54 Div 3S 46 19 10 17 61 66 48 10th R1 Ernie Morgan 21 [51]
1954–55 Div 3S 46 20 15 11 77 66 55 4th R2 Ernie Morgan 33 [52]
1955–56 Div 3S 46 19 10 17 61 66 48 10th R1 Ernie Morgan 16 [53]
1956–57 Div 3S 46 12 13 21 54 85 37 22nd R2 Jim Taylor 16 [54]
1957–58 Div 3S 46 13 9 24 52 81 35 22nd R3 Ron Saunders 19 [55]
1958–59 Div 4[Q] 46 20 9 17 82 77 49 11th R1 Johnny Edgar 24 [56]
1959–60 Div 4 46 21 10 15 74 69 52 7th R3 Pat Terry 22 [57]
1960–61 Div 4 46 15 13 18 64 66 43 15th R3 R2 Pat Terry 22 [58]
1961–62 Div 4 44 13 11 20 73 94 37 20th R1 R1 Charlie Livesey 15 [59]
1962–63 Div 4 46 22 13 11 71 49 57 5th[R] R3 R1 George Francis 13 [60]
1963–64 Div 4 46 23 14 9 59 30 60 1st[S] R1 R4 Brian Gibbs 18 [61]
1964–65 Div 3 46 23 9 14 70 50 55 7th R2 R1 Brian Gibbs 23 [62]
1965–66 Div 3 46 22 8 16 62 54 52 6th R1 R2 Brian Gibbs 24 [63]
1966–67 Div 3 46 15 16 15 58 62 46 11th R2 R2 Brian Gibbs 17 [64]
1967–68 Div 3 46 18 12 16 59 63 48 11th R1 R2 Brian Gibbs 16 [65]
1968–69 Div 3 46 13 15 18 54 63 41 20th R2 R1 Brian Yeo 18 [66]
1969–70 Div 3 46 13 13 20 52 64 39 20th[T] R5 R2 Mike Green 16 [67]
1970–71 Div 3 46 10 13 23 42 67 33 24th R1 R1 Mike Green 12 [68]
1971–72 Div 4 46 16 13 17 61 67 45 13th R3 R3 Brian Yeo 24 [69]
1972–73 Div 4 46 19 11 16 63 58 49 9th R1 R2 Damien Richardson 14 [70]
1973–74 Div 4 46 25 12 9 90 49 62 2nd R1 R2 Brian Yeo 32 [71]
1974–75 Div 3 46 17 14 15 65 60 48 10th R1 R1 Damien Richardson 21 [72]
1975–76 Div 3 46 12 19 15 58 68 43 15th R2 R2 Damien Richardson
Danny Westwood
12 [73]
1976–77 Div 3 46 16 12 18 55 64 44 12th R1 R2 Damien Richardson 18 [74]
1977–78 Div 3 46 15 20 11 67 60 50 7th R2 R1 Ken Price 20 [75]
1978–79 Div 3 46 21 17 8 65 42 59 4th R1 R1 Danny Westwood 19 [76]
1979–80 Div 3 46 14 14 18 49 51 42 16th R1 R2 Ken Price 17 [77]
1980–81 Div 3 46 12 18 16 48 58 42 15th R2 R2 Ken Price 13 [78]
1981–82 Div 3 46 20 11 15 64 56 71[U] 6th R4 R1 FLGC Grp Ken Price
Dean White
14 [79]
1982–83 Div 3 46 16 13 17 58 59 61 13th R2 R3 Tony Cascarino 19 [80]
1983–84 Div 3 46 20 10 16 74 69 70 8th R4 R1 AMC R1S Dave Mehmet 17 [81]
1984–85 Div 3 46 25 8 13 80 62 83 4th R4 R2 AMC R1S Tony Cascarino 19 [82]
1985–86 Div 3 46 22 13 11 81 54 79 5th R3 R2 AMC SFS Tony Cascarino 21 [83]
1986–87 Div 3 46 23 9 14 65 48 78 5th[V] R3 R2 AMC SFS Tony Cascarino
Dave Shearer
30 [84]
1987–88 Div 3 46 14 17 15 77 61 59 13th R3 R2 AMC Grp Steve Lovell 27 [85]
1988–89 Div 3 46 12 4 30 47 81 40 23rd R1 R2 AMC R1S Steve Lovell 17 [86]
1989–90 Div 4 46 17 11 18 46 48 62 14th R1 R1 AMC R1S Steve Lovell 18 [87]
1990–91 Div 4 46 12 11 16 57 60 54 15th R1 R1 AMC R1S Steve Lovell 21 [88]
1991–92 Div 4 42 15 12 15 63 53 57 11th R1 R1 AMC R1S David Crown 24[W] [89]
1992–93 Div 3[X] 42 9 13 20 48 64 40 21st R3 R2 AMC Grp David Crown 9 [90]
1993–94 Div 3 42 12 15 15 44 51 51 16th R2 R1 AMC Grp Nicky Forster 18 [91]
1994–95 Div 3 42 10 11 21 46 64 41 19th R3 R1 AMC R2S Chris Pike 18 [92]
1995–96 Div 3 46 22 17 7 49 20[Y] 83 2nd R3 R1 AMC Grp Leo Fortune-West 15 [93]
1996–97 Div 2 46 19 10 17 60 59 67 11th R3 R4 AMC R1S Iffy Onuora 23 [94]
1997–98 Div 2 46 19 13 14 52 47 70 8th[Z] R1 R1 AMC R1S Ade Akinbiyi 22 [95]
1998–99 Div 2 46 22 14 10 75 44 80 4th[AA] R1 R1 AMC SFS[AB] Robert Taylor 21 [96]
1999–00 Div 2 46 25 10 11 79 48 85 3rd[AC] R6[AD] R2 AMC R1S Robert Taylor 18 [97]
2000–01 Div 1 46 13 16 17 47 61 66 13th R4 R2 Marlon King 15 [98]
2001–02 Div 1 46 18 10 18 64 67 64 12th R5 R3 Marlon King 20 [99]
2002–03 Div 1 46 16 14 16 56 65 62 11th[AE] R4 R3 Paul Shaw 13 [100]
2003–04 Div 1 46 14 9 23 48 67 51 21st[AF] R4 R3 Patrick Agyemang
Paul Shaw
Mamady Sidibe
Danny Spiller
6 [101][102]
2004–05 Champ[AG] 46 12 14 20 45 66 50 22nd[AH] R3 R1 Darius Henderson 9 [101][103]
2005–06 L1 46 16 12 18 50 64 60 14th R1 R3 FLT R2S Darren Byfield 14 [101][104]
2006–07 L1 46 17 8 21 56 77 59 16th R2 R1 FLT R1SE Michael Flynn 12 [101][105]
2007–08 L1 46 11 13 22 44 73 46 22nd R1 R1 FLT SFS Chris Dickson 11 [101][106]
2008–09 L2 46 21 12 13 58 55 75 5th[AI] R3 R1 FLT R2S Simeon Jackson 21 [107]
2009–10 L1 46 12 14 20 48 64 50 21st R3 R2 FLT R2S Simeon Jackson 17 [108]
2010–11 L2 46 17 17 12 67 57 68 8th R1 R1 FLT R1S Cody McDonald 25 [109]
2011–12 L2 46 20 10 16 79 62 70 8th R3 R1 FLT R1S Danny Kedwell 14 [110]
2012–13 L2 46 23 14 9 66 39 83 1st R2 R2 FLT R2S Danny Kedwell 16 [111]

Key[edit]

Winners Runners up Promoted Relegated

Division shown in bold when it changes due to promotion, relegation or league reorganisation. Top scorer shown in bold when he set or equalled a club record.

Notes[edit]

A. ^ The Football League Cup competition did not start until the 1960–61 season.
B. ^ Other than where stated, includes all senior competitive first-team matches.
C. ^ New Brompton's only entry to the FA Amateur Cup. In 1894 the club turned professional and ceased to be eligible to enter.
D. ^ FA Cup goals only. The scorers of New Brompton's goals in the FA Amateur Cup are not known.
E. ^ New Brompton, as champions of Division Two, played the bottom team in Division One, Swindon Town, in a two-legged test match and won 5–1, thus gaining promotion.
F. ^ Southern League and FA Cup goals only. Details of the club's goalscorers in the Kent League in this season are not recorded.
G. ^ Southern League and FA Cup goals only. Details of the club's goalscorers in the Thames and Medway Combination in this season are not recorded.
H. ^ Scorer of one FA Cup goal in this season not recorded.
I. ^ Despite finishing last, New Brompton avoided relegation due to the expansion of the league.
J. ^ Under a restructuring of the leagues, all members of the Southern League Division One were elevated to form the new Third Division of the expanded Football League. Gillingham thus avoided relegation despite having finished the previous season in last position.
K. ^ There was no automatic relegation from the Football League until 1987. Gillingham thus avoided relegation despite finishing last.
L. ^ The Football League Third Division North was formed in 1921, with the existing Third Division being re-designated the Third Division South.
M. ^ Gillingham failed to be re-elected having finished in last position, and Ipswich Town were chosen to replace them in the Football League. Gillingham returned to the Southern League.
N. ^ The Southern League season was abandoned after three matches due to the outbreak of war.
O. ^ Gillingham were awarded one point for an away fixture against Millwall that never took place.
P. ^ Gillingham were elected into the Football League as part of the expansion of the Third Division South from 22 teams to 24.
Q. ^ Having finished in the lower half of the table, Gillingham were placed in the new Football League Fourth Division following the amalgamation of the Third Division South and Third Division North.
R. ^ Gillingham finished level on points with Mansfield Town, but missed out on promotion on goal average.
S. ^ Gillingham won the division on goal average.
T. ^ Gillingham finished with the same number of points as Bournemouth, but finished above them on goal average and thus escaped relegation.
U. ^ From the 1981–82 season, points were allocated on the basis of 3 for a win and 1 for a draw; previously only two points had been given for a win.
V. ^ Gillingham qualified for the play-offs in the first year that these were staged, defeating Sunderland in the semi-final on away goals after a 6–6 aggregate score, and losing the final 2–0 to Swindon Town in a replay at Selhurst Park after a 2–2 aggregate over two legs.
W. ^ Crown also scored one goal in a match against Aldershot which was declared void when that team resigned from the league before the end of the season.
X. ^ On the formation of the FA Premier League, the Fourth Division was re-designated as the Third Division.
Y. ^ Twenty goals remains a record for the lowest number of goals conceded in a 46 match Football League season.
Z. ^ Gillingham missed out on a place in the play-offs on goals scored, which took precedence over goal difference at that time.
AA. ^ Having qualified for the play-offs, Gillingham defeated Preston North End 2–1 on aggregate in the semi-final, and in their first appearance at Wembley Stadium were beaten 3–1 on penalties by Manchester City, after a 2–2 draw.
AB. ^ Gillingham were defeated 1–0 by Millwall on the Golden goal rule, the only time this method of resolving a match was applied to a Gillingham match.
AC. ^ Qualifying again for the play-offs, Gillingham defeated Stoke City 5–3 on aggregate in the semi-final, and beat Wigan Athletic 3–2 after extra time in the final to gain promotion to the second level of English football for the first time in their history.
AD. ^ This achievement in reaching the quarter-finals represents the furthest progress Gillingham have ever made in the FA Cup.
AE. ^ This position, equivalent to 31st place in the English football league system, represents Gillingham's highest ever league finish.
AF. ^ Gillingham finished with the same number of points as Walsall, but avoided relegation due to a superior goal difference.
AG. ^ The First Division was renamed the Football League Championship as part of a new sponsorship deal in the 2004–05 season.
AH. ^ Gillingham finished on the same number of points as Crewe Alexandra, but were relegated on account of an inferior goal difference to the recently renamed third tier, Football League One.
AI. ^ By finishing 5th, Gillingham reached the play-offs, then defeated Rochdale 2–1 on aggregate in the semi-final, and beat Shrewsbury Town 1–0 in the final to gain promotion.

References[edit]

General
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