Stoke City

If you are looking to travel to watch your famous club play against Stoke City you will thoroughly enjoy the atmosphere at the Bet365 Stadium.

Be sure to head over to our guide to Bet365 Stadium away fans to find out all of the essential information such as the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants or cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting away fans.

Stoke City FC is a professional football club that play in the Championship which is the second tier of English Football. Managed by Alex Neil the side are having a tough year in the Championship and find themselves close to the relegation zones.

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

Stoke City Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Stoke City 2023:

Goal Keepers

Ed De Goey
Jack Bonham7 (0)000
Steve Simonsen
Adam Federici
Frank Fielding
Tommy Simkin


Wayne Thomas
Enda Stevens11 (1)041
Clive Clarke
Michael Rose15 (2)110
Clint Hill
Marcus Hall
Ki-Jana Hoever16 (1)120
Phil Jagielka
Luke McNally15 (2)140
Junior Tchamadeu2 (2)010
Ciaran Clark1 (0)000
Chris Barker
Gerry Taggart
Jaden Dixon


Lynden Gooch6 (7)010
Wouter Burger12 (3)240
David Brammer
Daniel Johnson16 (3)140
John Mikel Obi
Ben Wilmot13 (0)140
Darel Russell
Lewis Neal
Ryan Mmaee7 (4)310
Sead Haksabanovic5 (4)100
John Halls
Ben Pearson17 (3)090
Jun-Ho Bae5 (7)000
Karl Henry
Mehdi Leris13 (1)330
Josh Laurent14 (5)240
Sol Sidibe1 (5)010
Jordan Thompson7 (6)060
Lewis Baker
Ben Kershaw
Kahrel Reddin
Gabriel Adebambo

Attacking Midfielders

André Vidigal9 (2)500
Carl Asaba
Gifton Noel-Williams
Ade Akinbiyi
Tyrese Campbell6 (2)110
Dwight Gayle4 (7)000
Wesley7 (9)010
Chris Greenacre
Nikola Jojic0 (2)000
Emre Tezgel
Nathan Lowe2 (3)100
Jacob Holland-Wilkinson


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Current Stoke City Manager

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Stoke City Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sat 02 15:00PlymouthAway
Sat 09 15:00Sheff WedHome
Tue 12 19:45SwanseaHome
Sun 17 12:00West BromAway
Sat 23 15:00MillwallHome
Tue 26 17:15BirminghamAway
Fri 29 19:45WatfordAway
Mon 01 15:00IpswichHome
Sat 13 15:00RotherhamAway
Sat 20 15:00BirminghamHome
Sat 27 15:00SunderlandAway
Sat 03 15:00LeicesterHome
Sat 10 15:00BlackburnAway
Wed 14 19:45QPRHome
Sat 17 15:00CoventryHome
Sat 24 15:00CardiffAway
Sat 02 15:00MiddlesbroughHome
Tue 05 19:45LeedsAway
Sat 09 15:00PrestonAway
Sat 16 15:00NorwichHome
Fri 29 15:00HullAway
Mon 01 15:00HuddersfieldHome
Sat 06 15:00West BromHome
Wed 10 19:45SwanseaAway
Sat 13 15:00Sheff WedAway
Sat 20 15:00PlymouthHome
Sat 27 15:00SouthamptonAway
Sat 04 15:00Bristol CityHome

Stoke City Previous Results

Popular Questions

When was Stoke City Football Club founded?

Stoke City Football Club was founded in 1863, making it one of the oldest professional football clubs in the world.

What is Stoke City’s home stadium called?

Stoke City’s home stadium is called the bet365 Stadium. It has a capacity of over 30,000 spectators and has been the club’s home ground since 1997.

What is Stoke City’s biggest achievement in football?

Stoke City’s biggest achievement in football came in 1972 when they won the Football League Cup, beating Chelsea 2-1 in the final at Wembley Stadium. They have also been runners-up in the same competition twice, in 1964 and 1971. Additionally, Stoke City has been a top-flight club for many seasons and has a rich history of producing talented players.

Manager History

28/08/2022 – 30/06/2025Alex NeilScotland09/06/1981
08/11/2019 – 25/08/2022Michael O’NeillNorthern Ireland05/07/1969
02/11/2019 – 07/11/2019Rory DelapIreland06/07/1976
09/01/2019 – 01/11/2019Nathan JonesWales28/05/1973
01/07/2018 – 08/01/2019Gary RowettEngland06/03/1974
15/01/2018 – 30/06/2018Paul LambertScotland07/08/1969
01/07/2013 – 06/01/2018Mark HughesWales01/11/1963
15/06/2006 – 30/06/2013Tony PulisWales16/01/1958
01/07/2005 – 01/05/2006Jan BoskampNetherlands21/10/1948
01/11/2002 – 28/06/2005Tony PulisWales16/01/1958
10/10/2002 – 31/10/2002Dave KevanScotland31/08/1968
16/11/1999 – 15/05/2002Guðjón ÞórðarsonIceland14/09/1955
01/07/1999 – 15/11/1999Gary MegsonEngland02/05/1959
01/05/1998 – 30/06/1999Brian LittleEngland25/11/1953
09/04/1998 – 30/04/1998Alan DurbanWales07/07/1941
22/01/1998 – 08/04/1998Chris KamaraEngland25/12/1957
01/07/1997 – 21/01/1998Chic BatesEngland28/11/1949
01/10/1994 – 30/06/1997Lou MacariScotland04/06/1949
16/09/1994 – 30/09/1994Asa HartfordScotland24/10/1950
15/11/1993 – 14/09/1994Joe JordanScotland15/12/1951
01/07/1991 – 19/10/1993Lou MacariScotland04/06/1949
07/11/1989 – 23/02/1991Alan BallEngland12/05/1945
01/07/1985 – 07/11/1989Mick MillsEngland04/01/1949
01/07/1984 – 30/06/1985William AspreyEngland11/09/1936
01/07/1981 – 30/06/1984Richie BarkerEngland23/11/1939
01/07/1978 – 30/06/1981Alan DurbanWales07/07/1941
01/01/1978 – 30/06/1978Alan A’CourtEngland30/09/1934
23/03/1977 – 09/01/1978George EasthamEngland23/09/1936
01/07/1960 – 22/03/1977Tony WaddingtonEngland09/11/1924
01/07/1952 – 30/06/1960Frank TaylorEngland30/04/1916
01/07/1935 – 30/06/1952Bob McGroryScotland17/10/1891
01/07/1923 – 30/06/1935Tom MatherEngland00/00/1888
03/04/1923 – 31/05/1923John RutherfordEngland12/10/1884
01/02/1919 – 03/04/1923Arthur ShallcrossEngland00/00/1876
01/07/1914 – 30/06/1915Peter HodgeScotland28/06/1871
01/07/1908 – 30/06/1914Alfred J. BarkerEngland00/00/1873
01/07/1897 – 30/06/1908Horace AusterberryEngland00/00/1868
01/07/1895 – 30/06/1897Bill RowleyEngland00/00/1865
01/07/1884 – 30/06/1890Arthur Lockett sr.England00/00/1855
01/07/1883 – 30/06/1884Walter CoxEngland00/00/1849
01/07/1874 – 30/06/1883Thomas Charles SlaneyEngland00/00/1852

Stoke City Trophies


Stoke City Football Club is an English professional football club founded in 1863. The club is based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, and plays its home matches at the bet365 Stadium. Stoke City has a rich history in English football, having been a top-flight club for many seasons and won the Football League Cup in 1972.

In terms of their style of play, Stoke City has traditionally been known for their physical, direct approach to the game. They are often associated with long balls and set pieces, with a focus on playing to their strengths in the air. However, in recent years, the club has undergone a transition under new management and has tried to incorporate a more possession-based style of play. Despite this shift, Stoke City is still known for their physicality and hardworking mentality on the pitch.

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