History of Fulham Football Club

Bobby Robson's Plays Last Game For Fulham As The Whites Finish 18th

13 May 1967 After eleven years at Craven Cottage, Bobby Robson (left) played his final game for the Club. He amassed a staggering 344 games over his two spells at Fulham and is fondly remembered by everyone associated with the Club to this day.

Fulham Reaches League Cup Quarter-Final

29 November 1967 Despite mixed form in the league, Fulham made it to the Quarter-Final of the League Cup where we faced Second Division Huddersfield Town. Terriers fan and Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, was amongst the 20,309 crowd who watched the 1-1 draw play out. Fulham would miss out on the Semi-Final when Huddersfield won the replay 2-1.

Leggat's Last Game

31 December 1967 Gragam Leggat played his last game for the Whites and the Fulham goal machine (pictured) inevitably scored twice in a 4-1 win over Stoke City. Despite having scored five goals in his previous two games, he was sold to Leicester City for £20,000 in January.