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Paul Cook

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Established
1932 (87 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
DW Stadium
(25,138 Capacity)

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Location
Wigan, Lancashire, England

Nicknames
Latics

League
English League Championship

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smudgie: 25/Nov/19
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Upcoming Events
07 Dec 19 Luton   -  Wigan
11 Dec 19 Wigan   -  West Brom
14 Dec 19 Wigan   -  Huddersfield Town
23 Dec 19 Blackburn   -  Wigan
26 Dec 19 Wigan   -  Derby

Latest Results
30 Nov 19 Wigan  1 - 3  Reading
26 Nov 19 Millwall  2 - 2  Wigan
23 Nov 19 Stoke  2 - 1  Wigan
09 Nov 19 Wigan  0 - 3  Brentford
02 Nov 19 Wigan  1 - 2  Swansea

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Wigan Athletic Football Club is an English professional football club based in Wigan, Greater Manchester, who compete in the Football League Championship, the second tier of English football. Founded in 1932, the club is the most recently formed club in the division.

They have played at the DW Stadium since 1999, sharing the stadium with rugby league club Wigan Warriors. They previously played at Springfield Park for 67 years. The club's nickname is Latics. They are the penultimate holders of the FA Cup and were almost awarded the opportunity to defend the title the following season, only missing out on the final on a penalty shootout. They have also won the Second Division, Third Division and are two-times winners of the Football League Trophy, along with numerous regional football competitions from their time as a non-league club. The club embarked on its first European campaign during the 2013–14 season in the UEFA Europa League group stages where the DW Stadium was temporarily known as The Wigan Athletic Stadium in accordance with competition rules.

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The DW Stadium is a sports stadium in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. The ground is owned and managed by Wigan Athletic Holdings Ltd, and it is used by Wigan Athletic football club trading under the name Wigan Athletic AFC Ltd and it is also used by Wigan Warriors rugby league club. Built and opened in 1999, it is named after its main sponsor, DW Sports Fitness, In UEFA matches, it is called Wigan Athletic Stadium due to UEFA regulations on sponsorship.

Its current capacity is 25,138—seated in four single-tier stands—and its record attendance was on 11 May 2008 when 25,133 people watched Wigan Athletic play Manchester United in the title-deciding match of the 2007–08 Premier League season.

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