Stoke City

Officially the oldest club in the Premier League, buy your Stoke City tickets now and find out live how far The Potters have come! Based in the Bet365 Stadium, Stoke's progress within the Premier League has seen them remain steady in the Premier League table! In fact with the team finishing 9th place in last year's season placing them just within the top 10 yet again, wedged between Liverpool and Chelsea, Stoke City may be doing well but with a number of teams undergoing heavy reform, there's little doubt that Stoke are going to have to be just as switched-on, if they want to keep their place! So join Stoke City in their campaign live, and watch as they aim to make a permanent place for themselves!

As mentioned above, in a sense, Stoke City can actually boast being the one of the oldest football clubs in the world, having been founded back in 1863! Having founded the football league, being part of the original twelve, Stoke actually has had an odd history with top flight football! Dipping in and out of the First Division throughout its history, Stoke City finally returned to the top back in 2007, a return which many critics would have doubt at the beginning of the Championship season. Losing 3-1 to Bolton Wanderers on the opening day, it was the defence of their home grounds that saw the team reach an impressive 2nd place, earning them the promotion Stoke so badly deserved. Fast forward almost a decade and Stoke City are still very much in the Premier League, and fans and players alike look forward to that Premier League win one day!

Stoke City gears up

Considering the amount of pressure that many of the other teams are now under, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Stoke too are aiming for big things this year, currently managed by Welsh manager Mark Hughes, the team has finished 9th position for the third time in the row, but actually stands as Stoke's highest position! While the club has their eye on a number of talented new players, and while there was talk of Stoke contracting Portugal winger Nani (who eventually declined opting to move to Valencia instead), Stoke have managed to sign Egypt's finest player Ramadan Sobhi for a reported £3.5 million! Of course with visa issues certain to cause problems, it has been predicted that the team will most likely loan Sobhi out. Add to that high profile names such as Xherdan Shaqiri and Giannelli Imbula, and Stoke City are looking set for a truly stellar season!


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