Bolton Wanderers

If you are looking to travel away to watch your club play Bolton Wanderers you will love the atmosphere at the University of Bolton Stadium.

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Bolton Wanderers FC is a professional football club that plays in League One which is the third tier of English Football. Managed by Ian Evatt the side are having a good season and are pushing towards the play off positions.

In our Bolton Wanderers Football Club guide, we provide you with all of the information from the squad, upcoming fixtures and results to the heritage of Bolton Wanderers Football Club.

Bolton Wanderers Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Bolton Wanderers 2024:

Goal Keepers

GoalkeeperPldGYCRC
Nathan Baxter
Joel Coleman
Matthew Gilks
Luke Hutchinson
Matthew Alexander

Defender

DefenderPldGYCRC
Gethin Jones
Ricardo Santos
George Johnston
Josh Dacres-Cogley
Jack Hobbs
Jack Iredale
William Forrester
Nathaniel Ogbeta
Eoin Toal
Calvin Ramsey
Caleb Taylor
Zachary Ashworth
Alex Baptiste
Jordan Boon
Joe White
D’Neal Richards
Lamine Toure
Markus Assarsson
Luke Matheson

Midfielder

MidfielderPldGYCRC
Josh Sheehan
Dion Charles
James Weir
Marcus Maddison
Aaron Morley
Andrew Tutte
Paris Maghoma
Lloyd Isgrove
Randell Williams
Kieran Lee
George Thomason
Kyle Dempsey
Sonny Graham
Callum King-Harmes
De’Marlio Brown-Sterling
Matthew Tweedley
Kian Le Fondre
Regan Riley
Sam Inwood
Jay Fitzmartin
Sonny Sharples
Arran Pettifer
Mitchell Henry
Noah Halford
Conor Lewis

Attacking Midfielders

Attacking MidfielderPldGYCRC
Will Buckley

Strikers

StrikerPldGYCRC
Carlos Mendes Gomes
Jón Dadi Bödvarsson
Daryl Murphy
Chris O’Grady
Daniel N’Lundulu
Bright Amoateng
Shaun Miller
Aaron Collins
Victor Adeboyejo
Eddie Brown
Cameron Jerome

Current Bolton Wanderers Manager

ManagerAppointment DateToDays in Charge
Ian Evatt1 Jul, 202024/07/20241484

Bolton Wanderers Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Fri 26 19:30FiorentinaHome
Tue 30 19:30StokeHome
August
Sat 03 15:00Port ValeAway
Sat 10 17:30League OneLeyton OrientAway
Tue 13 19:45MansfieldHome
Sun 18 15:00League OneWrexhamHome
Sat 24 15:00League OneCharltonAway
Sat 31 15:00League OneExeterHome
September
Tue 03BarrowAway
Sat 07 15:00League OneCambridge UtdAway
Sat 14 15:00League OneHuddersfieldHome
Sat 21 15:00League OneReadingHome
Sat 28 12:30League OneCrawley TownAway
October
Tue 01 19:45League OneNorthamptonAway
Sat 05 15:00League OneShrewsburyHome
Tue 08Aston Villa U21Home
Sat 12 15:00League OneStevenageAway
Sat 19 15:00League OneBurton AlbionHome
Tue 22 19:45League OneBirminghamAway
Sat 26 15:00League OnePeterboroughHome
November
Sat 09 15:00League OneStockportAway
Tue 12Fleetwood TownHome
Sat 16 15:00League OneRotherhamAway
Sat 23 15:00League OneBlackpoolHome
December
Tue 03 19:45League OneMansfieldHome
Sat 07 15:00League OneBristol RoversAway
Sat 14 15:00League OneWiganHome
Sat 21 15:00League OneWycombeAway
Thu 26 15:00League OneBarnsleyHome
Sun 29 15:00League OneLincoln CityHome
January
Wed 01 15:00League OneMansfieldAway
Sat 04 15:00League OneExeterAway
Sat 11 15:00League OneCharltonHome
Sat 18 15:00League OneCambridge UtdHome
Sat 25 15:00League OneHuddersfieldAway
Tue 28 19:45League OneNorthamptonHome
February
Sat 01 15:00League OneReadingAway
Sat 08 15:00League OneCrawley TownHome
Sat 15 15:00League OneShrewsburyAway
Sat 22 15:00League OneLeyton OrientHome
March
Sat 01 15:00League OneWrexhamAway
Tue 04 19:45League OneBirminghamHome
Sat 08 15:00League OneBurton AlbionAway
Sat 15 15:00League OneStockportHome
Sat 22 15:00League OneRotherhamHome
Sat 29 15:00League OneBlackpoolAway
April
Tue 01 19:45League OneWiganAway
Sat 05 15:00League OneBristol RoversHome
Sat 12 15:00League OneBarnsleyAway
Fri 18 15:00League OneWycombeHome
Mon 21 15:00League OneLincoln CityAway
Sat 26 15:00League OnePeterboroughAway
May
Sat 03 15:00League OneStevenageHome

Bolton Wanderers Previous Results

Popular Questions

When was Bolton Wanderers FC founded?

Bolton Wanderers FC was founded in 1874, making it one of the oldest football clubs in England. The club was originally called Christ Church FC, but changed its name to Bolton Wanderers in 1877.

What is the home stadium of Bolton Wanderers FC?

The home stadium of Bolton Wanderers FC is the University of Bolton Stadium, formerly known as the Reebok Stadium. It is located in Horwich, a town just outside of Bolton in Greater Manchester, England, and has a capacity of 28,723 spectators. The stadium has been the home of Bolton Wanderers since 1997.

What are some notable achievements of Bolton Wanderers FC?

Bolton Wanderers FC has a long and storied history, and has achieved a number of notable accomplishments over the years. Some of these include winning the FA Cup on four occasions, in 1923, 1926, 1929, and 1958. The club has also won the Football League Cup once, in 2004, and has finished as runners-up in the top tier of English football twice, in 1891 and 1909. In addition, Bolton Wanderers has a strong tradition of producing talented young players, and has seen many of its former players go on to have successful careers at other clubs.

Manager History

PeriodManagerCountryborn
01/07/2020 – 30/06/2026Ian EvattEngland19/11/1981
31/08/2019 – 12/06/2020Keith HillEngland17/05/1969
22/08/2019 – 30/08/2019Jimmy PhillipsEngland08/02/1966
01/07/2016 – 21/08/2019Phil ParkinsonEngland01/12/1967
15/03/2016 – 30/06/2016Jimmy PhillipsEngland08/02/1966
12/10/2014 – 14/03/2016Neil LennonNorthern Ireland25/06/1971
03/10/2014 – 12/10/2014Andy HughesEngland02/01/1978
25/10/2012 – 03/10/2014Dougie FreedmanScotland25/05/1974
10/10/2012 – 24/10/2012Jimmy PhillipsEngland08/02/1966
08/01/2010 – 09/10/2012Owen CoyleIreland14/07/1966
30/12/2009 – 05/01/2010Chris EvansWales13/10/1962
30/12/2009 – 07/01/2010Steve WigleyEngland15/10/1961
25/10/2007 – 30/12/2009Gary MegsonEngland02/05/1959
18/10/2007 – 25/10/2007Archie KnoxScotland01/05/1947
17/10/2007 – 24/10/2007Ricky SbragiaScotland26/05/1956
30/04/2007 – 16/10/2007Sammy LeeEngland07/02/1959
01/07/2000 – 30/06/2004Neil McDonaldEngland02/11/1965
19/10/1999 – 29/04/2007Sam AllardyceEngland19/10/1954
22/09/1999 – 19/10/1999Phil BrownEngland30/05/1959
12/01/1996 – 22/09/1999Colin ToddEngland12/12/1948
01/07/1995 – 11/01/1996Roy McFarlandEngland05/04/1948
29/05/1992 – 08/06/1995Bruce RiochScotland06/09/1947
01/01/1986 – 08/05/1992Phil NealEngland20/02/1951
01/07/1985 – 30/06/1987Asa HartfordScotland24/10/1950
01/07/1982 – 07/01/1985John McGovernScotland28/10/1949
01/07/1981 – 30/06/1982George MulhallScotland08/05/1936
28/01/1980 – 31/05/1981Stan AndersonEngland27/02/1933
01/07/1974 – 30/06/1980Ian GreavesEngland26/05/1932
01/08/1971 – 01/10/1974Jimmy ArmfieldEngland21/09/1935
01/05/1971 – 01/08/1971Nat LofthouseEngland27/08/1925
13/01/1971 – 30/04/1971Jimmy MeadowsEngland21/07/1931
01/11/1970 – 19/11/1970Jimmy McIlroyNorthern Ireland25/10/1931
01/12/1968 – 01/11/1970Nat LofthouseEngland27/08/1925
01/07/1950 – 30/06/1968Bill RiddingEngland04/04/1911
01/08/1944 – 01/10/1950Walter RowleyEngland14/04/1891
01/07/1919 – 30/06/1944Charles FowerakerEngland11/03/1877
01/07/1915 – 31/12/1919Tom MatherEngland00/00/1888
01/07/1896 – 30/06/1898Frank E. BrettellEngland00/00/1862
01/12/1887 – 30/06/1895John BentleyEngland00/06/1860
01/07/1885 – 30/06/1886John BentleyEngland00/06/1860

Bolton Wanderers Trophies

HonourPositionYear
FA CupRunner-up1893-94
League Division TwoRunner-up1899-00
FA CupRunner-up1903-04
League Division TwoRunner-up1904-05
League Division TwoChampion1908-09
League Division TwoRunner-up1910-11
FA CupWinner1922-23
FA CupWinner1925-26
League Division TwoRunner-up1934-35
FA CupRunner-up1952-53
FA CupWinner1957-58
FA Charity ShieldWinner1958
League Division ThreeChampion1972-73
League Division TwoChampion1977-78
Football League TrophyRunner-up1985-86
Football League TrophyWinner1988-89
League Division 2Runner-up1992-93
Football League CupRunner-up1994-95
League Division 1Champion1996-97
League Division 1 Play-OffWinner2000-01
Football League CupRunner-up2003-04
League OneRunner-up2016-17
Football League TrophyWinner2022-23

Summary

Bolton Wanderers Football Club is one of the oldest football clubs in England, founded in 1874. Their home stadium is the University of Bolton Stadium, located in Horwich, Greater Manchester, with a capacity of 28,723 spectators. Bolton Wanderers have won the FA Cup four times and the Football League Cup once. The club has a strong tradition of developing young players who have gone on to have successful careers at other clubs.

In terms of their style of play, Bolton Wanderers have traditionally been known for their physical and direct approach, with a focus on long balls and aerial play. However, the club has also had periods of playing more possession-based football, depending on the tactics of the manager at the time. In recent years, the club has struggled with financial difficulties and relegation from the English Football League, but remains a beloved and respected institution in the world of English football.

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