Stoke City Football Club (SCFC) is an English professional football club founded in 1863 called as Stoke Ramblers and basically they are from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (United Kingdom) that plays in the Premier League. In 1925 the Stoke city has changed its name to Stoke City. SCFC’s nick name is “The Potters”.
In 1991-1992 they won Autoglass Trophy, Isle of Man Trophy, and Bass Charity Vase. The Barclays League Division Two Champions won by SCFC in (1992-1993) again became the Bass Charity Vase winners in 1995 and 1998. SCFC won Staffordshire Senior Cup in (19998-1999). In the season of (1999-2000) they won Auto Windscreens Shield and in 2001-2002 they achieve Nationwide League Division Two Play-Off Winners.)
Bruno Martins Indi
Mame Biram Diouf
Steve Cotterill (05/2002-10/2002)
Dave Kevan (10/2002-11/2002)
Tony Pulis (11/2002-06/2005)
Johan Boskamp (06/2005-05/2006)
Tony Pulis (06/2006-05/2013)
Mark Hughes (05/2013-Present)
Stoke City Ladies Football Club is an English women's association football club formed in the mid of 2001. They play FA Women's Premier League and Northern Division.
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