History of Fulham Football Club

Bernard Joy Becomes Last Amateur Footballer To Win An England Cap

February 1934 Born and raised in Fulham, Bernard Joy only made one appearance for the Whites before moving to Arsenal (who he is pictured here playing for), but it was as an amateur player for Fulham where he won his first England cap. He is the last amateur footballer to play for England.

Jim Hammond Reaches Century

May 1934 Known as the 'galloping hairpin' due to his unusual physique, Hammond held the Fulham goalscoring record until the 1950s and became the first player to score 100 goals for the Club in 1934.
Jimmy Hogan

Hogan Knows Best

July 1934 Having played for the Club - his last game was in 1908 - Jimmy Hogan landed his first coaching role at the Cottage, as Manager-Coach. It was a bold choice going with someone who had European footballing experience: his methods were not welcomed by the players and he was sacked after recovering from appendicitis a year later.

Record Goalscorer Bonzo Newton's Career Ended

December 1934 Record scorer Bonzo Newton sustained the injury which ended his career as he broke his leg in a friendly game with FK Austria.