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Who owns Wigan Athletic Football Club?

Who owns Wigan Athletic Football Club?

On 30 March 2021, Wigan Athletic Football Club was purchased by Phoenix 2021 Limited, the UK-based company owned by Bahraini businessman Mr Abdulrahman Al-Jasmi. The registered office of the company is: DW Stadium, Loire Drive, Robin Park Wigan. WN5 0UZ

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What happened to Wigan Athletic’s game against Morecambe?

However, Wigan Athletic hosted Morecambe three days earlier on 1 August as a dress rehearsal for the official opening against Manchester United. The game was played during a violent electrical storm and torrential rain, even so, 4,020 supporters attended and the game ended in a goalless draw.

What is the name of the Wigan Athletic Stadium?

For 2013–14 Europa League fixtures held at the stadium, the ground was known as The Wigan Athletic Stadium. Wigan Athletic Official Supporters Club (formally known as Wigan Athletic Supporters Travel Club) is the official supporters’ association of Wigan Athletic Football Club.

What level is Wigan Athletic in?

Wigan Athletic Football Club(/ˈwɪɡən/) is an English professional association footballclub based in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. The team competes in League One, the third tier of the English football league system. Founded in 1932, they have played at the 25,138 seat DW Stadiumsince 1999, before which they played at Springfield Park.

What happened in Wigan Athletic’s first season in the Premier League?

In the club’s first season of league football, Wigan Athletic finished in sixth place, just six points off promotion and playing in front of an average crowd of 6,701.

What is Wigan Athletic’s record for consecutive appearances and transfer fees?

Record consecutive league appearances: 123, Jimmy Bullard(January 2003 – November 2005) Record transfer fee paid: Mauro Boselli, £6.5 million, from Estudiantes, August 2010 Record transfer fee received: Antonio Valencia, £16 million, to Manchester United, June 2009 References[edit] ^”1932–78 – The Formation of Wigan Athletic”.