Fulham Football Club play in the Championship where they were relegated to the league after finishing 19th in the 2013-14 Premier League season. They play at Craven Cottage, London. Manufactured by adidas since 2013 the home shirts are white with black shorts which has been the same design for over a century and are sponsored by FX pro who have been with the club for three seasons.
Fulham wear a home strip of shirts comprising of a white body with black shorts. The shirt has been pulled on by famous players such as Jimmy Hill and George Cohen uncle to the well-known rugby international Ben Cohen.
Championship club Fulham add a striking away shirt of red to their 2016/17 collection created by adidas. With the London club recently unveiling their latest home shirt in trademark fashion of pure white however incorporating a modern chest bar of red, Fulham have now used the accent colour throu [...]
Fulham prepare for the 2016/17 Championship season through releasing their trademark cleanly designed home shirt. Kit suppliers adidas once again compose the London club of Fulham's fresh white home shirt for this coming term which sees the inclusion of red strokes for a modern touch on their cla [...]
Championship outfit Fulham have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
Fulham football club, was established in 1875. They were previously named St. Andrews Sunday School FC changing to Fulham in 1888. They have the nickname of the 'Cottagers' after their ground at Craven Cottage. Fulham play their home games at Craven Cottage, Stevenage Road, London
Fulham's most expensive player to date is Steve Marlet who cost £11.5 million from Lyon (France) in August 2001. The club also boast Hugh Grant the actor as one of their fans.