Barnsley FC

As a club, Barnsley FC, can’t compete in merits with the biggest club, but it has a record of having played over 70 seasons in the second division (the second top league). Barnsley has several nicknames: The Reds, The Colliers and especially The Tykes.

Basic facts

Founded: 1887
Country: England
City: Barnsley

Home grounds

Oakwell (1888-)

Main Trophies

FA Cup: 1

Barnsley FC team
Barnsley FC on tour in France in 1910.

History

The club was founded in 1887 by the priest Tiverton Preedy that also gave the club its name from his own congregation, Barnsley St. Peter’s. The name would ten years later be changed to just Barnsley. Barnsley is an old club and played their first season in the Football League already in 1898

Premier League record

Season Position Points
2015-16 - -
2014-15 - -
2013-14 - -
2012-13 - -
2011-12 - -
2010-11 - -
2009-10 - -
2008-09 - -
2007-08 - -
2006-07 - -
2005-06 - -
2004-05 - -
2003-04 - -
2002-03 - -
2001-02 - -
2000-01 - -
1999-00 - -
1998-99 - -
1997-98 19 35
1996-97 - -
1995-96 - -
1994-95 - -
1993-94 - -
1992-93 - -

Premier League - facts, stats and history

References:
https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnsley_FC

Image sources:
Agence Rol