History of Fulham Football Club

Lowest Ever Football League Position For Fulham

30 January 1996 A 3-1 home loss to Scunthorpe United in late January meant Fulham slumped to 23rd in Division Three, or 91st in English League football. It was, and remains, the lowest we've ever been in English football - and at the time it was impossibly hard to believe what would lie just around the corner for Fulham Football Club.

Micky Adams Promoted To Manager Position

February 1996 In February 1996, Ian Branfoot stepped aside as Manager allowing player/coach Micky Adams to take over the reigns. The Whites were languishing at the bottom of the table and flirting with relegation, but under Adams' stewardship we finished 17th with 53 points - six points safe from the drop. However it would be the following season where Micky really worked his magic...

Young Sean Davis Makes Fulham Debut

15 October 1996 Fulham Academy graduate Sean Davis made his debut aged just 17 years and 25 days against Cambridge United; the Whites won 3-0.