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Wimbledon stayed in the First Division and then the FA Premier League from 1986 until 2000.
Most famously, in 1988, Wimbledon beat the then champions Liverpool 1-0 in the FA Cup final, thus becoming only the second football club (after Old Carthusians FC) to have won both the FA Cup and the FA Amateur Cup, having won the latter in 1962-63.
They withdrew from the league and another team in the town Stanley FC.
took on the Accrington name to become Accrington Stanley.
Nicknamed "The Coasters" from being based in an area known as The Fylde Coast, Biggest Win - 10-0 vs Droylsden, 29th October 2013, NPL Premier Division Kingsmeadow Jack Goodchild Way 422a Kingston Road Kingston-upon-Thames Surrey KT1 3PB Telephone - 02 Capacity - 4,850 (2,265 Seated) Formed - 1889 Nickname(s) - The Dons, Wombles, The Crazy Gang Club Colours - All Blue - White Pinstriped Shirts Current League - League 1 Conference South Winners - 2008-09 as AFC Wimbledon Division 4 Winners - 1982-83 as Wimbledon FC FA Cup Winners - 1988 as Wimbledon FC Wimbledon Football Club is an English professional football club, originally from Wimbledon, south west London.
Formed in 1889 as Wimbledon Old Centrals, the club spent most of its history in amateur and semi-professional non-League football before a rapid ascent to the top-flight of English football in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Division Four Until 1992 Changed to Third Division Until 2004-5, Then changed to League Two Football Conference 1998-2004, Changed to Conference National until 2007, Then to Conference Premier until 2015.
They were immediately promoted, finishing as runners-up in 1995-96.Professional football teams in the UK : English premier football teams generally do quite well in the European football championships, with English football teams featuring quite heavily in the football contests mentioned below and in fact, some of them actually winning quite a few as well, and so do some of the Scottish football teams!However, the England football team themselves, usually don't do so well in the world cup, (apart from winning the World cup in 1966!!!They were formed at a meeting at the town library in 1968 and having played in non-league football for 44 years, finally gave Accrington a Football League club again after winning the Conference National in 2006.Ironically they replaced Oxford United FC, the team that replaced the older Accrington Stanley team in 1962.
This version of Accrington Stanley played in the Football League from 1921 to 1962, with the club folding due to financial problems in 1966.