June 19 2013 Latest news:
The fixtures for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season were released this morning, and they threw up some mouth-watering prospects for the six London clubs.
Football supporters are staging a protest regarding ticket prices in London today (Wednesday), the same day that the fixtures were released.
The FA Cup final has returned to its historic place at the end of the domestic season next term.
Fulham have this morning learned their Barclays Premier League schedule as the new fixtures for the 2013/14 have been announced.
Crystal Palace’s Mile Jedinak, former Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer and Millwall and West Ham old boy Lucas Neill are going to the World Cup after a late winner from Josh Kennedy earned a vital 1-0 win over Iraq to book Australia’s ticket to Brazil.
Steve Sidwell is hoping Fulham can attract more big name transfers to west London after luring the likes of Dimitar Berbatov away from Manchester United last summer.
Transfer News: Blackburn manager Gary Bowyer has admitted it is his priority to keep hold of Jordan Rhodes.
Fulham new boy Fernando Amorebieta has rejected accusations that he moved to the Whites for money.
Transfer news: Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale insists he is fully committed to the Cottagers – despite reported interest from West Ham and Hull City.
Fulham have added another fixture to their pre-season schedule, away at German side Werder Bremen.
A fall in the number of people playing football means it is now behind both swimming and athletics as the third-biggest sport in terms of participation, latest figures reveal.
Fulham have announced that they will play Spanish side Real Betis in a pre-season friendly ahead of the new campaign.
Fulham midfielder Damien Duff has spoken of the “longest four hours” of his life as his baby son underwent heart surgery.
Fulham have named 12 players in their official released list, including Mark Schwarzer, Mahamadou Diarra, Mladen Petric and Chris Baird.
UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino has added his voice to those calling for a winter World Cup in Qatar in 2022, insisting football should be played in the most suitable weather.
Ground: Craven Cottage (capacity 25,700)
Honours: Second Division: 1949, 2001.
Third Division: 1932, 1999.
Southern League: 1906, 1907.
Leading goalscorer: Gordon Davies, 178.
Leading appearances: Johnny Haynes, 658.