History of Fulham Football Club

Last Game At Craven Cottage For Two Years

27 April 2002 With standing areas still in operation at Craven Cottage, Fulham had no option but to vacate the stadium at the end of the 2001/02 season due to Premier League regulations. After a goalless draw with Leicester, managed by Fulham favourite Micky Adams, we would ground share with neighbours Queens Park Rangers until renovation work at The Cottage was completed.

Fulham Finish 13th In First Season Back In The Top Flight

11 May 2002 A solid first season back in the Premier League saw the Whites finish 13th, with notable victories away at Leeds United and West Ham. 10 wins and 14 draws left us with a respectable final tally of 44 points, with the threat of relegation never being much of an issue.

Fulham Move Into Loftus Road

17 August 2002 With the future of Craven Cottage uncertain, Fulham begin a groundshare with neighbours QPR at Loftus Road.

European Success: We Won It Won Time!

27 August 2002 A hat-trick for Junichi Inamoto in the Intertoto Cup saw Fulham beat Bologna 3-2 in the final and claim the trophy - securing European football for the Whites for the season.