If you are looking to travel away to watch your club play against Millwall you will enjoy the hostile and passionate atmosphere at The Den.

Be sure to check out our in depth guide to The Den away fans to find out all of the essential information regarding the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area which are welcoming to visiting fans.

Millwall FC is a professional football club that plays in the Championship which is the second tier of English Football. Managed by Gary Rowett the side are enjoying a great season with a spot in the play offs looking promising.

In our Millwall Football Club guide, we showcase all of the important information regarding the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the heritage of Millwall Football Club.

Millwall Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Millwall 2023:

Goal Keepers

Andy Marshall
Matija Sarkic5 (0)000
Connal Trueman
Bartosz Bialkowski13 (0)000
Graham Stack


Alan Dunne
Matthew Lawrence
Shaun Hutchinson6 (0)010
Adrian Serioux
Darren Ward
Allan Campbell7 (1)010
Brook Norton-Cuffy12 (2)130
Kevin Muscat
Dan McNamara8 (4)030
Casper de Norre14 (0)010
Murray Wallace14 (3)130
Ryan Leonard9 (3)020
Jake Cooper18 (0)040
Kamarl Grant
Wes Harding8 (4)320
Sashiel Adom-Malaki


Jody Morris
David Livermore
Zian Flemming17 (1)410
Ryan Longman7 (4)130
Josh Simpson
Joe Bryan7 (3)130
Maikel Kieftenbeld
George Saville8 (8)250
Dennis Wise
Marvin Elliott
Peter Sweeney
Tyler Burey
Barry Cogan
George Honeyman4 (1)000
Billy Mitchell8 (5)010
Romain Esse2 (11)100


Kevin Nisbet10 (5)210
Neil Harris
Danny Dichio
Stefan Moore
Tom Bradshaw12 (4)100
Duncan Watmore7 (3)100
Barry Hayles
Aidomo Emakhu2 (12)110
Mark McCammon
Benik Afobe
Jiri Skalak
Tom Leahy
Tyrese Briscoe
Seb Drozd

Current Millwall Manager

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Millwall Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sat 02 15:00ChampionshipChaSunderlandHome
Sat 09 15:00ChampionshipChaCardiffAway
Wed 13 19:45ChampionshipChaLeicesterAway
Sat 16 15:00ChampionshipChaHuddersfieldHome
Sat 23 15:00ChampionshipChaStokeAway
Tue 26 13:00ChampionshipChaQPRHome
Fri 29 19:45ChampionshipChaNorwichHome
Mon 01 15:00ChampionshipChaBristol CityAway
Sat 13 15:00ChampionshipChaMiddlesbroughHome
Sat 20 15:00ChampionshipChaQPRAway
Sat 27 15:00ChampionshipChaPrestonHome
Sat 03 15:00ChampionshipChaHullAway
Sat 10 15:00ChampionshipChaCoventryAway
Wed 14 19:45ChampionshipChaIpswichHome
Sat 17 15:00ChampionshipChaSheff WedHome
Sat 24 15:00ChampionshipChaSouthamptonAway
Sat 02 15:00ChampionshipChaWatfordHome
Tue 05 19:45ChampionshipChaBlackburnAway
Sat 09 15:00ChampionshipChaBirminghamHome
Sat 16 15:00ChampionshipChaLeedsAway
Fri 29 13:00ChampionshipChaWest BromHome
Mon 01 15:00ChampionshipChaRotherhamAway
Sat 06 15:00ChampionshipChaHuddersfieldAway
Tue 09 19:45ChampionshipChaLeicesterHome
Sat 13 15:00ChampionshipChaCardiffHome
Sat 20 15:00ChampionshipChaSunderlandAway
Sat 27 15:00ChampionshipChaPlymouthHome
Sat 04 14:00ChampionshipChaSwanseaAway

Millwall Previous Results

05 Aug 2023Middlesbrough v MillwallW0-1League Championship
08 Aug 2023Millwall v ReadingL0-4League Cup
12 Aug 2023Millwall v Bristol CityL0-1League Championship
20 Aug 2023Norwich City v MillwallL3-1League Championship
26 Aug 2023Millwall v Stoke CityW1-0League Championship
02 Sep 2023Birmingham City v MillwallD1-1League Championship
17 Sep 2023Millwall v Leeds UnitedL0-3League Championship
20 Sep 2023Millwall v Rotherham UnitedW3-0League Championship
23 Sep 2023West Bromwich Albion v MillwallD0-0League Championship
30 Sep 2023Millwall v Swansea CityL0-3League Championship
03 Oct 2023Plymouth Argyle v MillwallW0-2League Championship
07 Oct 2023Millwall v Hull CityD2-2League Championship
21 Oct 2023Preston North End v MillwallD1-1League Championship
24 Oct 2023Millwall v Blackburn RoversL1-2League Championship
28 Oct 2023Watford v MillwallD2-2League Championship
04 Nov 2023Millwall v SouthamptonL0-1League Championship
11 Nov 2023Sheffield Wednesday v MillwallW0-4League Championship
25 Nov 2023Millwall v Coventry CityL0-3League Championship
29 Nov 2023Ipswich Town v MillwallL3-1League Championship

Popular Questions

Who founded Millwall Football Club?

Millwall FC was founded in 1885 by a group of workers from the Millwall Docks in the Isle of Dogs, East London. The team initially played as Millwall Rovers before changing their name to Millwall Athletic and eventually settling on Millwall Football Club.

What is Millwall FC’s home stadium?

Millwall FC’s home stadium is The Den, located in Bermondsey, South London. The stadium was opened in 1993 and has a capacity of just over 20,000. The Den is known for its intense atmosphere, with Millwall fans renowned for their passionate support of the team.

What are some of Millwall FC’s greatest achievements?

Millwall FC has had a number of notable achievements throughout its history, including reaching the FA Cup final in 2004, where they were defeated 3-0 by Manchester United. The team has also won the Football League Trophy twice, in 1999 and 2013. Millwall has a strong reputation for its ability to punch above its weight, with the team often defying expectations and outperforming larger and more established clubs.

Manager History

06/11/2023 – 30/06/2024Joe EdwardsEngland26/09/1986
18/10/2023 – 05/11/2023Adam BarrettEngland29/11/1979
21/10/2019 – 17/10/2023Gary RowettEngland06/03/1974
04/10/2019 – 20/10/2019Adam BarrettEngland29/11/1979
10/03/2015 – 03/10/2019Neil HarrisEngland12/07/1977
06/01/2014 – 10/03/2015Ian HollowayEngland12/03/1963
28/12/2013 – 05/01/2014Neil HarrisEngland12/07/1977
10/06/2013 – 27/12/2013Steve LomasNorthern Ireland18/01/1974
07/11/2007 – 07/05/2013Kenny JackettWales05/01/1962
09/10/2007 – 06/11/2007Richard ShawEngland11/09/1968
25/09/2006 – 08/10/2007Willie DonachieScotland05/10/1951
01/07/2006 – 23/09/2006Nigel SpackmanEngland02/12/1960
27/07/2005 – 21/12/2005Colin LeeEngland12/06/1956
01/07/2005 – 30/06/2006Stephen ConstantineEngland16/10/1962
15/10/2003 – 30/06/2005Dennis WiseEngland16/12/1966
25/09/2000 – 15/10/2003Mark McGheeScotland25/05/1957
01/07/1999 – 30/06/2000Alan McLearyEngland06/10/1964
08/05/1997 – 07/05/1998Billy BondsEngland17/09/1946
10/02/1997 – 30/06/1997John DochertyScotland29/04/1940
28/02/1996 – 14/02/1997Jimmy NichollNorthern Ireland28/12/1956
18/03/1992 – 04/02/1996Mick McCarthyIreland07/02/1959
01/04/1990 – 17/03/1992Bruce RiochScotland06/09/1947
16/02/1990 – 01/04/1990Bob PearsonEngland
01/07/1988 – 11/02/1990John DochertyScotland29/04/1940
01/07/1982 – 13/05/1986George GrahamScotland30/11/1944
01/01/1975 – 30/06/1977Gordon JagoEngland22/10/1932
01/07/1963 – 30/06/1966Billy GrayEngland24/05/1927
01/07/1959 – 30/06/1961Reg SmithEngland20/01/1912
01/01/1958 – 30/06/1959Jimmy SeedEngland25/03/1895
01/07/1944 – 30/06/1948Jack CockEngland14/11/1893
01/01/1940 – 31/12/1944William VoiseyGreat Britain19/11/1891
01/07/1933 – 30/06/1936Bill McCrackenNorthern Ireland29/01/1883
01/07/1909 – 30/06/1911John BrearleyEngland00/10/1875

Millwall Trophies

Division Three (South)Champion1927-28
Division Three (South)Champion1937-38
Division Three (South)Runner-up1952-53
League Division FourChampion1961-62
League Division FourRunner-up1964-65
League Division ThreeRunner-up1965-66
Football League TrophyWinner1982-83
League Division ThreeRunner-up1984-85
League Division TwoChampion1987-88
Football League TrophyRunner-up1998-99
League Division 2Champion2000-01
FA CupRunner-up2003-04


Millwall Football Club is a professional football team based in Bermondsey, South London, founded in 1885. The club has a reputation for being a hardworking and resilient team, with a strong focus on physicality and team spirit. Their style of play typically involves a direct approach, with an emphasis on high-intensity pressing, quick transitions, and counter-attacks. Millwall’s defensive strength and ability to disrupt the opposition’s play are also key components of their game.

The team has a passionate fan base and a reputation for creating an intense and intimidating atmosphere at their home ground, The Den. While Millwall has never won a major trophy, the club has had notable successes, including reaching the FA Cup final in 2004 and winning the Football League Trophy twice.

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