Enjoy a complete schedule of all televised and streamed Bolton Wanderers matches on TV for the 2019/2020 season. Bolton Wanderers are notable for their participation in the EFL Championship and FA Cup.
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Bolton Wanderers F.C. was founded in 1874. Originally known as Christ Church Football Club, the Bolton Wanderers name was adopted in 1877, and was inspired by the fact that the team experienced some difficulty in finding a permanent place to call its home during its first few years.
Also known as The Trotters, The Wanderers and The Whites, Bolton Wanderers currently play in the English Football League (EFL) Championship, but have also spent several seasons playing in the top tier, much to the delight of fans who were able to enjoy watching top-level Bolton Wanderers TV games. Even though the team is now out of the top tier, fans who are unable to attend matches in person can still keep up with the action as it happens via football live streams online.
Bolton Wanderers have been playing at the University of Bolton Stadium since it opened (as the Reebok Stadium) in 1997. The venue was also known as the Macron Stadium between from 2014 until 2018. The team had played at multiple stadiums earlier in its history, with its longest stay of 104 years being at Burnden Park.
Club Badge and Colours
The club badge of Bolton Wanderers shows the blue letters BWFC (Bolton Wanderers Football Club) arranged to form a football shape, with each letter occupying approximately one quarter of the ball. A red scroll and the red rose of Lancashire sit underneath the ball, and the year 1877 – which is the year in which the Wanderers adopted their current name – appears below the rose.
The home strip of Bolton Wanderers comprises a predominantly white shirt, blue shorts and white socks, with contrasting embellishments. The away strip is largely black in colour, whilst the third strip is mostly blue.
Key Players and Managers
Phil Parkinson has been the manager of Bolton Wanderers since 2016. Former managers include Neil Lennon, Dougie Freedman, Sam Allardyce, Colin Todd, Phil Neal, Ian Greaves and Jimmy Armfield.
Key former players for Bolton Wanderers include Gary Madine, Jay Spearing, Lee Chung-Yong, Grétar Steinsson, Gary Speed, Jay-Jay Okocha, John McGinlay and Nat Lofthouse.
Key players on the current squad include captain David Wheater, forwards Josh Magennis and Clayton Donaldson, midfielders Craig Noone and Gary O’Neil, defenders Mark Beevers and Jack Hobbs, and goalkeeper Remi Matthews.
Honours, Noteworthy Stats and Memorable Moments
Watching Bolton Wanderers on TV or in person is something that fans are always keen to do, and with almost a century-and-a-half of achievement behind the team it isn’t difficult to see why. For the benefit of those who aren’t particularly familiar with the club, here are just a few of their achievements so far winning the:
- league at the second tier for the first time in 1909, and then doing the same in 1978 and 1997. The Wanderers have also finished runners-up on four other occasions.
- league at the third tier in 1973, as well as finishing second in 1993 and 2017.
- FA Cup for the first time in 1923, and then again in 1926, 1929 and 1958.