Middlesbrough History

In 1876 the club was formed by the members of Middlesbrough Cricket Club at a meeting at the Albert Park Hotel. A year later and the first known Boro game is reordered against a team by the name of Teeside Wanderers, the game ended in a 1-1 draw. In 1879 Boro moved into their first home at the Linthorpe Road ground. 1889 and the club turns professional, only to revert back to amateur status two years later.

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A succession of Northern League Championships follow. On May 19th 1899, Boro are finally allowed into the Football league for the first time. Fun88 Their first league win comes against Grimsby and by 1902 Boro are promoted to Division One. 1903 signals another move, this time to the famous Ayresome Park 188bet and the first game their ends in a defeat to Sunderland. Two years later, Boro break the transfer record and pay out the first ever £1,000 transfer fee for Alf Common. In 1914 Boro finish in their highest ever position in 3rd, however in 1924 the club are relegated. More ‘yo yo’ spells take place in the next ten years. A record home attendance of 53, 596 is achieved against Newcastle with the Boro team including two England internationals, the legendary Wilf Mannion and George Hardwick.

In 1958, sbobet the Boro fans have a new hero, Brian Clough who scores five in one game against Brighton. During England’s World cup victory in 1966, Ayersome Park plays host to fixtures between the likes of Italy and Russia. 1974 Signals a landmark in Boro’s history with Jack Charlton taking over as manager. Boro have one of their most successful spells and secure the Anglo-Scottish club. In 1986 the club look doomed they are relegated to Division 3 and the club goes into liquidation. Thankfully the club is saved and the Boro complete a remarkable comeback by winning promotion firstly to the second division and then back into the top flight under manager Bruce Rioch.

In 1990 Rioch is sacked and new manager Colin Todd leads Boro out to their first appearance at Wembley in the ZDS cup. More relegation and promotion follows under Lennie Lawrence before Bryan Robson takes over in 1994. The club is transformed moving to the Riverside Stadium, signing players of likes of Juninho, Ravanelli, Merson, Barmby etc and has three Wembley trips in two years. The club also seems to have achieved Top Division stability, finally….