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This page features professional football clubs in London. The most famous clubs are Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham, who all play in the English Premier League. Arsenal are the current Premier League Champions for the 2003/2004 season. The clubs official websites are packed with statistics, latest club news and forthcoming match details with ticket information. Teams in all the football leagues in England compete in the FA Cup each season - this is a world famous football competition, where the final used to be played out at Wembley Stadium, London in May. This stadium has since been demolished to make way for a new national stadium. The FA Cup final is currently contested at The Millenium Stadium in Cardiff....

London Football Club Web Links
Arsenal FC
The official website of the 2003 Premier League champions.


Tottenham Hotspur FC
The official website of Premier League team nicknamed "Spurs"


Chelsea FC
The official website of Premier League team Chelsea nicknamed "Blues"


Charlton Athletic FC
The official website of Premier League team nicknamed the "Addicks"


West Ham United
The official website of the London club nicknamed the "Hammers"

Featured London Football Club
     
 
Leyton Orient

Leyton Orient football club was founded in 1881 and they turned professional in 1903. The nearest underground station is Leyton (Central line). The station is half a mile from the ground. When you leave the station go right. The stadium is on the left just a bit further then Coronation gardens.

Brisbane Road
Matchroom Stadium - Capacity: 12.573
Record attendance: 34,345 vs West Ham United, 25 January 1964

Telephone Number: 020-8926-1111
Ticket Office: 020-8926-1010
Football clubs in London


Crystal Palace FC
Official Site
Nickname: The Eagles



Fulham FC
Official Site
Nickname: The Cottagers



Queens Park Rangers
Official Site
Nickname: Rangers or Superhoops



Wimbledon FC
Official Site
Nickname: The Dons
Recently moved stadium to a new home in Milton Keynes. Now named the Milton Keynes Dons



Millwall
Official Site
Nickname: The Lions



Brentford FC
Official Site
Nickname: The Bees



Wycombe Wanderers FC
Official Site
Nickname: The Blues



Barnet FC
Official Site
Nickname: The Bees

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