List of Burton Albion F.C. records and statistics

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Burton Albion Football Club are a professional football club from Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire. They were formed in 1950. They turned professional in 1950. In early 1950 they were elected into the Birmingham & District League where they remained until the end of the 1957-58 season. In the 1958-59 they moved into the Southern League. Before the 1979-80 they joined the Northern Premier League and in the 1987-88 they re-joined the Southern League. For the 2000-01 season they joined they re-joined the Northern Premier League then they joined the Football Conference and in the 2008-09 season they earned promotion to the Football League Two.

Honours and Achievements[edit]

Player Records[edit]

Appearances[edit]

# Name Career Apps Goals Source
1 England Darren Stride 1993–2010 646 124 [1]
2 England Aaron Webster 1998–2013 588 100 [2]
3 England Phil Annable 1970–80, 1981–83 567 70 [3]
4 England Nigel Simms 535 11
5 England Nick Goodwin 508 0

Goalscorers[edit]

Top Goalscorers[edit]

# Name Career Goals Apps Average Source
1 England Richie Barker 1960-62, 1963–67 159 270 0.58 [4]
2 England Stan Round 1963-67 149 199 0.75 [5]
3 England Darren Stride 1993–2010 124 646 0.19 [1]
4 England Aaron Webster 1998–2013 101 588 0.17 [6]
5 England Simon Redfern 1987-97 86 457 0.19 [7]

Managerial Records[edit]

  • First Manager: Reg Weston managed club for 338 games, from June 1950 to July 1957
  • Longest serving Manager: Nigel Clough managed club for 742 games, from October 1998 to January 2009 and since December 2015. At total of 11 years.

Club Records[edit]

Matches[edit]

Record wins[edit]

  • Record win: 12–1 v Coalville Town, Birmingham Senior Cup, 6 September 1954
  • Record Football League win: 6–1 v Aldershot Town, Football League Two, 12 December 2009
  • Record FA Cup win:
5–1 v Rothwell Town, 1983
4–0 v Wootton Blue Cross, 1984
5–1 v Letchwood Garden City, 1986

Record defeats[edit]

  • Record defeat: 0–10 v Barnet, Southern League Premier Division, 7 February 1970
  • Record Football League defeat:
1–7 v Bristol Rovers, Football League Two, 14 April 2012
1–7 v Port Vale, Football League Two, 5 April 2012
  • Record FA Cup:
0–7 v Charlton Athletic, 1952

References[edit]