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Established
1871 (151 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Madejski Stadium
(24,161 Capacity)

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Location
Reading, Berkshire

Nicknames
The Royals

League
English League Championship

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smudgie: 24/Jan/22
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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 22 QPR   -  Reading
05 Feb 22 Reading   -  Stoke
09 Feb 22 Bristol City   -  Reading
12 Feb 22 Reading   -  Coventry
15 Feb 22 Peterboro   -  Reading

Latest Results
22 Jan 22 Reading  3 - 4  Huddersfield Town
19 Jan 22 Reading  0 - 2  Luton
15 Jan 22 Middlesbrough  2 - 1  Reading
11 Jan 22 Reading  0 - 7  Fulham
08 Jan 22 Kidderminster Harriers  2 - 1  Reading

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Reading Football Club is an English professional football club, based in Reading, that plays in the Championship. The club competed in the 2012–13 Premier League season, having gained promotion at the end of the 2011–12 season, after winning the Championship. Reading is competing in the Championship again this season having been relegated after one year back in the top flight.

Reading are nicknamed The Royals, due to Reading's location in the Royal County of Berkshire, though they were previously known as The Biscuitmen, due to the town's association with Huntley and Palmers. Established in 1871, the club is one of the oldest teams in England, but did not join The Football League until 1920, and had never played in the top tier of English football league system before the 2006–07 season.

The club played at Elm Park for 102 years between 1896 to 1998. The club moved in 1998 to the new Madejski Stadium, which is named after the club's Co chairman Sir John Madejski.

The club holds the record for the number of successive league wins at the start of a season, with a total of 13 wins at the start of the 1985–86 Third Division campaign and also the record for the number of points gained in a professional league season with 106 points in the 2005–06 Football League Championship campaign. Reading finished eighth in their first ever season as a top flight club.

Team Members
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Nick
Blackman



Daniel
Williams





Sean


Matthew
Connolly



Oliver
Norwood
#16


Dominic
Samuel



Noor
Husin



Dominic
Hyam



Yann
Kermorgant



Liam
Kelly



Jack
Stacey
#17


Callum
Harriott



Samúel
Friðjónsson
#6


Andrija
Novakovich
#18


Joey
van


Roy
Beerens
#16


Ali
Al


Hal
Robson-Kanu
#4


Jonathan
Bond
#23


Chris
Gunter
#2


Jorge
Grant



Stuart
Moore



Robert
Dickie



Garath
McCleary



Lucas
Piazon
#14


Jordan
Obita
#11


George
Evans



Ola
John
#11


Anssi
Jaakkola
#32


Tarique
Fosu-Henry
#24


Josh
Barrett



Ryan
East
#26

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Stadium or Home

The Madejski Stadium /məˈdeɪski/ is a football stadium located in Reading, Berkshire, England. It is the home of Reading Football Club playing in the Football League Championship and the rugby union club London Irish as tenants. It also provides the finish for the Reading Half Marathon. The stadium is named after Reading's chairman Sir John Madejski. It is an all-seater bowl stadium with a capacity of 24,161 and is located close to the M4 motorway. It is built on the site of a former household waste dump and is surrounded by methane vents. The West Stand contains the Millennium Madejski Hotel.

The stadium was opened on 22 August 1998 and replaced Elm Park as Reading F.C.'s home ground.

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