Profile and Performance records of Blackpool football club

English premier league: Blackpool football club Life for the Seasiders is looking good and easy as the club is walking on the road of success in the BPL and is happily situated in the top half of the table (8th position). Blackpool fc was founded in 1887 and has since then played professional football and has a record of being the first team to be promoted through all four divisions via play-offs. The club is currently owned by English multimillionaire Owen Oyston who is a major owner of the club. The club play at Bloomfield road; their home ground having a capacity of accommodating over 16000 eager football fans. Blackpool fc has a strong and active squad that provides tough challenge to the opposition and the recent season (2010-11) is looking sunny for them as they are playing good football and are completing their goal of avoiding relegation form the BPL, manager Ian Holloway is the main person behind the club’s success story as he has put together a talented squad and utilized the squad’s strength to carry out his tactics which have proved really successful. The club’s crest represents the city of Blackpool and their kits includes two core colours; Tangerine and White.

Blackpool fc are not regarded as one of the dominant sides in world football but after being promoted in the BPL this season, the team has produced major upsets and surprised critics by defeating teams such as Liverpool, Sunderland and Stoke city fc. The club has a young team that plays an attacking and unpredictable style of football which is a threat for their opponents. The club is currently in the 8th position in the BPL. Blackpool fc has also won much silverware to fill it’s trophy cabinet and this young side has potential to transform into one of the best sides in the world.

Performance records:

1) League Division 2 Champions.

2) FA Cup Winners.

3) Anglo-Italian Cup Winners.

4) Football League Trophy Winners (2 times).

5) South West Challenge Cup Winners.

6) League War Cup Winners.

7) Lancashire Senior Cup Winners (7 times).

8) Lancashire Junior Cup Winners (2 times).

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