Rotherham United 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Rotherham United Football Club, nicknamed The Millers, is a professional football club based in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, and competes in the EFL Championship. The club’s colors were initially yellow and black but changed to red and white around 1930.

Since 2012, they have played home games at New York Stadium, briefly moving to Don Valley Stadium from their original home of Millmoor in 2008.

Here in this article, you will learn about Rotherham United 2023/2024 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Rotherham United Profile Summary

TeamRotherham United Football Club
Nickname(s)The Millers
Home StadiumNew York Stadium
Stadium Capacity12,021
LocationRotherham
Founded1925
Websitehttp://www.themillers.co.uk/
League2023/2024 EFL Championship
ManagerPaul Warne

About Rotherham United

Rotherham United Football Club, nicknamed The Millers, is a professional football club based in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, and competes in the EFL Championship. The club’s colors were initially yellow and black but changed to red and white around 1930. Since 2012, they have played home games at New York Stadium, briefly moving to Don Valley Stadium from their original home of Millmoor in 2008.

The club was formed as a merger between Rotherham County and Rotherham City in 1925 and was immediately placed in the Football League. They won promotion as Third Division North champions in 1950–51 and were beaten as runners-up in the inaugural League Cup final in 1961, losing to Aston Villa 3–2 on aggregate. After seventeen seasons in the Second Division, relegations followed in 1968 and 1973.

Promotion from the Fourth Division was secured in 1974–75, and the club won the Third Division title in 1980–81. Relegations in 1983 and 1988 gave Rotherham a chance to win the Fourth Division title in 1988–89, although they had to win another promotion in 1991–92 following relegation the previous season. They beat Shrewsbury Town 2-1 in the 1996 Football League Trophy Final.

Under the management of Ronnie Moore, Rotherham secured back-to-back promotions in 1999–2000 and 2000–01. They remained in the second tier for four seasons, though they were relegated twice in three years in 2007. The club again secured back-to-back promotions, with Steve Evans securing automatic promotion from League Two in 2012–13 and promotion from League One.

Through the playoffs in 2013-14. The club has moved between the Championship and League One for six consecutive seasons between 2016-17 and 2021-22, winning the play-offs in 2018 and the 2022 EFL Trophy Final.

Rotherham United 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.Player
1GK Viktor Johansson
2DF Dexter Lembikisa
3DF Cohen Bramall
5DF Jamie McCart
6DF Tyler Blackett
7MF Cafú
9FW Tom Eaves
10FW Jordan Hugill
11FW Andre Green
12FW Georgie Kelly
14MF Fred Onyedinma
15DF Tolaji Bola
16MF Jamie Lindsay
17DF Shane Ferguson
No.Pos.Player
18MF Oliver Rathbone
20DF Grant Hall
21DF Lee Peltier
22MF Hakeem Odoffin
23DF Sean Morrison
24DF Cameron Humphreys
26GK Dillon Phillips
27MF Christ Tiéhi
30MF Arvin Appiah
33GK Nathaniel Ford
35MF Ciaran McGuckin
36MF Hamish Douglas
41MF Josh Ayres

Rotherham United Home Stadium

New York Stadium (known as AESSEAL New York Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is a football stadium in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England. Opened in July 2012, it is the home of Rotherham United. Its name was inspired by the company that occupied the site for nearly 150 years, making the famous red fire hydrants for New York City. It hosted several matches during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022.

Rotherham United Home Stadium

Rotherham United Kit

As the team commemorates 10 years in the AESSEAL New York Stadium, the 2023/2024 Rotherham United home kit includes hand-drawn designs sublimated into the jersey. The crimson foundation of the jersey contrasts with the white sleeves. The crew neck collar is black, and the cuffs have a tiny white trim.

Rotherham United Kit

On the right breast is a white Puma logo, while on the left is a Rotherham United badge. White shorts and red socks complete the new Rotherham United home uniform for 2022–2023.

Kit sponsorship

Rotherham United Kit Sponsorship by PUMA.

Rotherham United world rankings

Rotherham United’s world ranking number is 155.

Rotherham United trophies

Football League Third Division / Third Division North / League One (3rd tier)

  • Champions: 1950–51, 1980–81
  • 2nd place promotion: 2000–01, 2019–20, 2021–22
  • Play-off winners: 2013–14, 2017–18

Football League Fourth Division / League Two (4th tier)

  • Champions: 1988–89
  • 2nd place promotion: 1991–92, 1999–2000, 2012–13
  • 3rd place promotion: 1974–75

Football League Cup

  • Runners-up: 1960–61

Football League Trophy

  • Winners: 1995–96, 2021–22

Football League Third Division North Cup

  • Winners 1945–46

FAQs

Who is Rotherham United’s highest earner?

Grant Hall has the highest salary at Rotherham United, earning £14,000 per week

What is Rotherham United’s yearly wage bill in 2023?

Rotherham United’s total salary bill is £5,440,240 per year

What is Rotherham United’s monthly wage bill in 2023?

Rotherham United’s total salary bill is £104,620 per week

What league does Rotherham United play in?

Rotherham United plays in the Sky Bet League One, England’s second division of men’s professional football.

Conclusion

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Muhammad Saleem is an aspiring writer and Admin at Football Arroyo. He is a fabulous Football writer, and a huge football fan. He is also a football fan since childhood and has a keen interest in regional sports events coverage.

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