History of Fulham Football Club

Chamberlain Plays Last Game For Fulham

January 1965 Tosh Chamberlain played his last game for the Club in a 3-3 draw with Millwall in the Third Round of the FA Cup.

Vic Buckingham Appointed Manager

January 1965 Buckingham arrived with some impressive credentials, but he tried to change too much at Fulham and his three-year spell in charge would end with relegation.

300 Not Out For Whites Keeper Macedo

20 March 1965 Tony Macedo makes his 300th appearance in a 3-2 defeat at Liverpool.

Narrow Relegation Escape For The Whites

24 April 1965 Fulham ran it close again, finishing the 1964/65 campaign in 20th place with 34 points. Four points (two for a win) in the Whites' last four games was enough to secure survival, sending down Wolverhampton Wanderers instead who finished on 30 points.

Fulham Programme

25 August 1965 An example of what Fulham's matchday programmes were like over 40 years ago, this being the first of the 1965/66 season, at home to Blackburn.

First Ever Fulham Substitute

25 August 1965 Rodney Marsh was named as Fulham’s first ever substitute for the opening game of the 1965/66 season against Blackpool.

Leggat Becomes First Ever Substitute To Be Used At Fulham

28 August 1965 Graham Leggat became the first player to come on as a substitute when he replaced an injured Johnny Haynes in a 3-0 defeat at Chelsea.

Another Milestone For Bobby Robson

23 October 1965 Bobby Robson became the latest Fulham player to make his 300th appearance in a 4-1 away defeat at Manchester United.