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Stoke City: Who 'R' Ya?

Stoke City: Who 'R' Ya?

Tony Pulis brings Championship league leaders Stoke City to SW12 on Sunday but how much do QPR fans actually know about 'The Potters'?

Here are a few facts and figures.

Founded - Estimated 1883

Nickname - The Potters

Ground - Britannia Stadium

Capacity - 28,383 all seater

Manager - Tony Pulis

Stoke City FC are the second oldest league club in the world.

Selected Club Honours

Auto Windscreen Shield - 2000

Autoglass Trophy - 1992

League Cup - 1972

Records

All time attendance record - 28,218 (Britannia Stadium) v Everton January 5th 2002

Record league victory - 10-3 v WBA (1937)

Record league defeat - 0-10 v Preston North End (1889)

Further details can be found at either Wikipedia or at the official Stoke City website.

Stoke City fans websites:

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Potters Trust - Official Supporters club

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Writer:Hoops
Date:Saturday March 1 2008
Time: 6:47PM

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Bristol City are now the new league leaders prior to Sunday's game.
cresswell
01/03/2008 18:56:00
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another victory for the r'ssssssssss and we should be feeling safe and that would be great 2-1 the r'ssssss
ozanne park rangers
01/03/2008 19:38:00
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