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Established
1879 (140 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadium of Light
(49,000 Capacity)

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Location
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

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League
English League 1

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Upcoming Events
07 Dec 19 Gillingham   -  Sunderland
14 Dec 19 Sunderland   -  Blackpool
21 Dec 19 Bury   -  Sunderland
26 Dec 19 Sunderland   -  Bolton
29 Dec 19 Doncaster   -  Sunderland

Latest Results
26 Nov 19 Sunderland  1 - 2  Burton
23 Nov 19 Sunderland  1 - 1  Coventry
19 Nov 19 Gillingham  1 - 0  Sunderland
16 Nov 19 Bristol Rovers  0 - 0  Sunderland
09 Nov 19 Sunderland  1 - 1  Gillingham

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Sunderland Association Football Club (Listeni/ˈsʌndərlənd/, local /ˈsʊn(d)lən/) is an English professional football club based in Sunderland that plays in the Premier League. Since its formation in 1879, the club has won six First Division titles—in 1892, 1893, 1895, 1902, 1913, and 1936, the FA Cup twice, in 1937 and 1973 and the FA Community Shield in 1936. They were also Football League Cup finalists in 1985 and 2014.

Sunderland won their first FA Cup in 1937 with a 3–1 victory over Preston North End, and remained in the top league for 68 successive seasons until they were relegated for the first time in 1958. Sunderland's most notable trophy after the Second World War was their second FA Cup in 1973, when the club secured a 1–0 victory over Leeds United. The team has won the second tier title five times in that period and the third tier title once.

Sunderland play their home games at the 48,707 capacity all-seater Stadium of Light having moved from Roker Park in 1997.The original ground capacity was 42,000 which was increased to 49,000 following expansion in 2000. Sunderland have a long-standing rivalry with their neighbouring club Newcastle United, with whom they have contested the Tyne–Wear derby since 1898. Since their establishment in the Premier League in 2007, Sunderland have became one of the world's wealthiest football brands, being valued at USD $93 million in 2014, 31st in the world overall

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Burge



Lee
Cattermole



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Djilobodji



Jimmy
Dunne



Tom
Flanagan



Lynden
Gooch



Will
Grigg



Reece
James



Grant
Leadbitter



Glenn
Loovens



Joel
Lynch



Chris
Maguire



Adam
Matthews



Aiden
McGeady



Dylan
McGeouch



Jon
McLaughlin



Conor
McLaughlin



Marc
McNulty


Lewis
Morgan



Didier
Ndong



Luke
O'Nien


Luke
O'Nien



Alim
Ozturk



Max
Power



Ethan
Robson



Robbin
Ruiter



Max
Stryjek



Duncan
Watmore



Charlie
Wyke


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Stadium or Home

The Stadium of Light is an all-seater football stadium in Sunderland, England and home to Sunderland A.F.C. With space for 49,000 spectators, the Stadium of Light has the fifth-largest capacity of any English football stadium and the fourth-largest Premier League stadium. The stadium primarily hosts Sunderland A.F.C. home matches. According to Sir Bob Murray then chairman of Sunderland F.C. the name Stadium of Light "was chosen for 2 main reasons; namely as an ever-lasting tribute to the region’s mine-workers and proud industrial heritage and in the expectation that the stadium would be a guiding light in the future. The name is very much a symbolic link to the thousands of miners and Sunderland supporters that emerged from the darkness and into the light every day when they returned to the surface after working in the mine." A Davy lamp monument stands at the entrance to reflect the coal mining industry that brought prosperity to the town.

As well as hosting Sunderland games, the stadium has hosted two matches for the England national football team, as well as one England under-20 football team match. With an original capacity of 42,000, it was expanded in 2002 to seat 49,000, and its simple design is expected to allow for redevelopments up to an eventual capacity of 66,000. The attendance record at the Stadium of Light is 48,353 set on 13 April 2002, when Sunderland played Liverpool with the visitors running out 1–0 winners. Along with hosting football matches, the stadium has played host to performers such as Rihanna, Oasis, Take That, Kings of Leon and Coldplay. The ground also holds conference and banqueting suites, the Black Cats Bar, and a club shop selling Sunderland merchandise.

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