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Fulham Football Club FULHAM
Ground: Craven Cottage,
Stevenage Road,
London,
SW6 6HH
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Tel: 020 7893 8383
Websites: Official - fulhamfc.com
Indie - fulhamweb.com
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Getting there
By Car: (approx 33 miles from HW)
M40 east to join M25 south. Exit M25 at junction 15 and join M4 eastbound. Remain on the M4, which becomes the A4, following signs to central London for 10.4 miles to Hogarth roundabout. Take the second exit (s/p central London, Hammersmith, A4). At the Hammersmith flyover junction after 1.1 miles keep in left hand lane and exit the A4 (s/p Hammersmith (A306, A313,A219). Follow signs to Oxford (A40) for 0.3 miles to T-Junction in front of Hayes accountants personal (Hammersmith roundabout). Continue around roundabout to where road runs underneath and parallel to the A4 and turn left (s/p alternative route via Putney Bridge) into Fulham Palace Road. Go straight on for 1.3 miles, and turn right into Bishops Park Road, which leads round to the ground.
Train: Nearest station London Underground Putney Bridge on the District Line. Around 15 minute walk to Craven Cottage. Turn left out of the station and right down Ranelagh Gardens. At end of road (before passing the Eight Bells pub) turn left into Willow Bank, and immediately right through underpass into Bishops Park. Walk along river bank to ground. The Park is closed after evening games, so you have to go via Fulham Palace Road.
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Players who have appeared for both Clubs.
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George Harris - A player from the 1920's who moved to Notts County from Wycombe before going on to play for Queens Park Rangers and Fulham. Returned to Wycombe as trainer during the time the Amateur Cup was won in 1931.
Viv Busby - Appeared for Fulham in the 1975 FA Cup Final. Scored 27 goals in 66 appearances for Wycombe in the late 1960's before a move into the professional game.
Gary Smith - Former Fulham apprentice who later moved to Colchester United. Joined Wycombe in January 1990, scoring four times in 66 Conference games. The midfielder with a hardman reputation moved to Welling United in July 1992.
Mark Cooper - Ex-Fulham midfielder who spent a very short spell at Wycombe during the 1993/94 season but he did score the winner against Mansfield in January 1994. Played for Bristol City, Exeter City and Birmingham City before moving to Fulham in November 1992. Made 14 Second Division apps for Fulham before his spell at Wycombe.
Mark Stallard - Played on loan for Fulham in September 1994 while at Derby County. Later played for Bradford City striker before moving to Wycombe in March 1997 for 100,000. Scored 25 goals in 78 apps for Wycombe before moving to Notts County in Mar 1999.
Nick Cusack - Midfielder who spent a loan spell with Wycombe from Oxford United in March 1994, scoring one goal in four games. Joined Fulham in November 1994, scoring 14 goals in 116 League games. Later moved to Swansea City.

Matt Lawrence Matt Lawrence -
Defender who joined Fulham from Wycombe in 1997 for a small fee before returning to Wycombe 20 months later for 86,000. Moved to Millwall in March 2000 for 250,000. Originally joined Wycombe from Grays Athletic in January 1996 for 20,000.

Former Fulham, Spurs and Chesterfield outside right James McCormick was Wycombe Wanderers first full-time coach in the 1951/52 season.
Chairboys all-time record against The Cottagers
DATE COMP V R SCORE ATT
Sat, Dec 17, 1898 SL2 A L 1-3 650
Mon, Apr 10, 1899 SL2 H W 4-1  
Sat, Apr 14, 1900 SL2 A L 1-2  
Wed, Apr 25, 1900 SL2 H L 0-6  
Sat, Mar 16, 1901 SL2 A L 0-5 1,000
Mon, Apr 29, 1901 SL2 H L 2-3  
Sat, Oct 19, 1901 SL2 H L 1-2 1,000
Sat, Apr 12, 1902 SL2 A L 0-8  
Sat, Oct 25, 1902 SL2 A L 0-5  
Tue, Apr 14, 1903 SL2 H D 0-0  
Wed, Sep 12, 1951 BoBC H W 3-2  
Tue, Feb 8, 1994 AT S/F A D 2-2 8,733
Tue, Oct 10, 1995 AWS 1 H D 1-1 2,756
Tue, Aug 12, 1997 LC1-1L H L 1-2 4,360
Tue, Aug 26, 1997 LC1-2L A D 4-4 5,055
Sat, Aug 30, 1997 FL2 H W 2-0 6,278
Tue, Jan 13, 1998 AWS2 A L 1-3 4,319
Sat, Jan 17, 1998 FL2 A D 0-0 10,468
Tue, Sep 29, 1998 FL2 A L 0-2 7,447
Sat, Feb 6, 1999 FL2 H D 1-1 7,538
Tue, Jan 8, 2002 FAC3 H D 2-2 9,921
Tue, Jan 15, 2002 FAC3r A L 0-1 11,894
Wed, Sep 20, 2006 LC2 A W 2-1 6,620
Tue, Aug 11, 2015 LC1 H L 0-1 4,012
Key:
SL2=Southern League Division Two
BoBC=Battle of Britain Cup
AT=AutoGlass Trophy
AWS=AutoWindscreens Shield
FL2=Football League Division Two
FAC=Football Association Challenge Cup
LC=Football League Cup
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