There’s only one F in Fulham
The Fulham Fanzine 2019-20 Championship Season
December 7 2019 was our last meeting
In the last eight games it's been 2 wins, 1 draw and 5 defeats
billp TOOFIF Updated Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Bristol City 0 v FFC 0 MAR 7 2020
Bristol Channelled their resources
and we were rocked by the Robins at the Cottage
billp TOOFIF Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Images to follow
Our clubs played their first competitive game on September 2nd 1911 at their ground which we lost 1-0, our last meeting was February 21 2018 which was again away and resulted in a 1-1 draw. The Robins have been victorious on their last four visits to the Cottage.
In total there have been 62 mtches played between us, we've won 25, drawn 15 and lost 22.
Preview from the pre-match Home Page
from FFC online
Competition: Sky Bet Championship
Date: Saturday 7March 2020
Venue: Ashton Gate, Bristol
Manager: Scott Parker
Manager: Lee Johnson
Bristol City Football Club is a professional football club based in Bristol, England. They currently play in the Championship, the second tier of English football. Founded in 1894, they have played their home games at Ashton Gate since 1904.
The club's highest ever league finish was second in the top flight in 1906–07. They were FA Cup runners-up in 1909, and won the Welsh Cup in 1934 despite being an English team. The club have also won the second tier title once, the third tier title four times, the Anglo-Scottish Cup once, and the Football League Trophy a record three times.
The club's home colours are red and white, and their nickname is The Robins—a robin featured on the club's badge from 1976 to 1994 and from 2019 onwards. Their main rivals are Bristol Rovers, with whom they contest the Bristol derby, and Cardiff City, with whom they contest the Severnside derby.
This club was founded in 1894 as Bristol South End and changed their name to Bristol City on adopting professionalism three years later when they were admitted into the Southern League. Finishing as runners-up in three of the first four seasons, in 1900 the club amalgamated with local Southern League rivals Bedminster F.C., who had been founded as Southville in 1887. City joined the Football League in 1901 when they became only the third club south of Birmingham (following in the footsteps of Woolwich Arsenal and Luton Town) to perform in the competition. Their first game in the Football League was on 7 September 1901 at Bloomfield Road, when Blackpool were beaten 2–0.
Winning the Second Division Championship with a record number of points when they became the first club in Football League history to win 30 league games in a season (out of 38 played) as well as equalling Manchester United's achievement of the previous season in winning 14 consecutive games (a record until 2018, also accomplished by Preston North End in 1950–51). Nicknamed the Bristol Babe at this time, they finished as runners-up in their inaugural First Division campaign (1906–07) as the only southern club to finish in the top two prior to World War I. Three years later they won through to their only FA Cup Final, though they were somewhat fortunate that a last-gasp spot-kick saved them from defeat in the semi-final versus Derby County at Stamford Bridge. Unfortunately, there was no such similar award to help them in the Final at the Crystal Palace (now the National Sports Centre) as Manchester United took the honours 1–0. After a five-season stay in the top flight, despite winning 1–0 at Newcastle at the start of the 1910–11 campaign, failure to beat Everton in the season's finale brought City's first-ever taste of relegation and it was to be 65 years before top-flight status would be regained.