MILLWALL 

("The Lions")

Year formed1885
Turned professional1893
Limited company 1894
Previous NamesMillwall Rovers: 1885 - 1893

Millwall Athletic: 1893 - 1903

Millwall FC: 1903 - .

GroundThe Den, Zampa Road, London SE16 3LN

(for pictures of the ground click here)

Pitch measurements115 x 94 yards (105 x 68 metres)
Ground capacity20,146
Record attendance at present ground20,093 v Arsenal, FA Cup 3rd round, 10th January 1994 (lost 0-1)
League career

Southern League: 1894 - 1920

United League: 1896 - 1899

Western League: 1900 - 1903

Western League: 1904 - 1909

Division Three: 1920 - 1921

Division Three (South): 1921 - 1928

Division Two: 1928 - 1934

Division Three (South): 1934 - 1938

Division Two: 1938 - 1948

Division Three (South): 1948 - 1958

Division Four: 1958 - 1962

Division Three: 1962 - 1964

Division Four: 1964 - 1965

Division Three: 1965 - 1966

Division Two: 1966 - 1975

Division Three: 1975 - 1976

Division Two: 1976 - 1979

Division Three: 1979 - 1985

Division Two: 1985 - 1988

Division One: 1988 - 1990

Division Two/One: 1990 - 1996

Division Two: 1996 - 2001

Division One/Championship: 2001 - 2006

League One: 2006 - 2010

Championship: 2010 - 2015

League One: 2015 - 2017

Championship: 2017 - .

First Football League game28th August 1920 v Bristol Rovers, Diision Three, won 2-0
  
Honours 
EuropeanNone
Domestic - LeagueDivision Two champions: 1987-88

Division Two champions: 2000-01

Division Three runners-up: 1965-66, 1984-85

Division Three (South) champions: 1927-28, 1937-38

Division Three (South) runners-up: 1952-53

Division Four champions: 1961-62

Division Four runners-up: 1964-65

Southern League Division One champions: 1894-95, 1895-96

Southern League Division One runners-up: 1896-97

United League champions: 1896-97, 1898-99

Western League champions: 1907-08, 1908-09

Domestic - CupFA Cup runners-up: 2003-04.

Auto Windscreens Shield runners-up: 1998-99.

Football League Trophy winners: 1983-84

Division Three (South) Cup joint winners: 1936-37

Dubonnet Cup runners-up: 1911-12

FA Youth Cup winners: 1978-79, 1990-91

FA Youth Cup runners-up: 1993-94

Second World War League South Cup runners-up: 1944-45

Best League position10th, Division One, 1988-89
Lowest League position9th, Division Four, 1958-59
Furthest in FA Cupsee above
Furthest in League CupQuarter-finals, 1973-74, 1976-77, 1994-95
  
Most League points  
2 for a win65, Division Three, 1965-66

65, Division Three (South), 1927-28

3 for a win93, Division Two, 2000-01
Fewest League points 
2 for a win29, Division Two, 1947-48
3 for a win26, Division One, 1989-90
Most League goals scored127, Division Three (South), 1927-28
Most League goals conceded100, Division Three (South), 1955-56
Fewest League goals scored35, Championship, 2005-06
Fewest League goals conceded30, Division Three, 1920-21
Most wins in a League season30, Division Three (South), 1927-28
Fewest wins in a League season5, Division One, 1989-90
Most draws in a League season18, Division Three (South), 1921-22, 1922-23
Fewest draws in a League season4, Division Three (South), 1949-50
Most losses in a League season26, Division Three (South), 1957-58
Fewest losses in a League season6, Division Two, 1971-72
Record League win9-1 v Torquay United, Division Three (South), 29th August 1927

9-1 v Coventry City, Division Three (South), 19th November 1927

Record Cup win7-0 v Gateshead, FA Cup 2nd round, 12th December 1936
Record defeat1-9 v Aston Villa, FA Cup 4th round, 30th January 1946
  
Highest Number of League goals scored 
in a season37, Richard Parker, Division Three (South), 1926-27
in total115, Neil Harris, 1998 - 2004 and 2007 - .
  
Most League goals in one match5, Richard Parker v Norwich City, Division Three (South), 28th August 1926
Most League appearances 523, Barry Kitchener, 1967-82
Most capped player22, Eamonn Dunphy for Republic of Ireland, 1965-74
Youngest League playerMoses Ashikodi, 15 years 240 days v Brighton & Hove Albion, 22nd February 2003
Highest Transfer Fee Received£2,300,000 for Mark Kennedy to Liverpool, March 1995
Highest Transfer Fee Paid£800,000 for Paul Goddard from Derby County, December 1989