Stoke City 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Stoke City Football Club is a professional football club based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, and competes in the EFL Championship. Founded as Stoke Ramblers in 1863, it changed its name to Stoke in 1878 and then to Stoke City in 1925 after Stoke-on-Trent was granted city status.

Stoke Stadium is the bet365 stadium with a capacity of 30,089 spectators. Before it opened in 1997, the club was based at Victoria Ground, its home ground since 1878. The club’s nickname is The Potters, after the ceramics industry in Stoke-on-Trent, and their kit traditional local is red. Black and white vertical striped shirt, white shorts, and socks.

Their traditional rivals are Midlands clubs West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers, while their local rivals are Port Vale, with whom they contest the Potteries derby.

This article will teach you about Stoke City 2023/2024 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Stoke City Profile Summary

TeamStoke City Football Club
Nickname(s)The Potters
Home Stadiumbet365 Stadium
Stadium Capacity30,089
LocationStoke-on-Trent
Founded1863
Websitehttp://www.stokecityfc.com/
League2023/2024 EFL Championship
ManagerAlex Neil

About Stoke City

Stoke City Football Club is a professional football club based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, and competes in the EFL Championship. Founded as Stoke Ramblers in 1863, it changed its name to Stoke in 1878 and then to Stoke City in 1925 after Stoke-on-Trent was granted city status. Stoke Stadium is the bet365 stadium with a capacity of 30,089 spectators. Before it opened in 1997, the club was based at Victoria Ground, its home ground since 1878.

The club’s nickname is The Potters, after the ceramics industry in Stoke-on-Trent, and their kit traditional local is red. Black and white vertical striped shirt, white shorts, and socks. Their traditional rivals are Midlands clubs West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers, while their local rivals are Port Vale, with whom they contest the Potteries derby.

Stoke was one of the twelve founding members of the Football League in 1888.[6] They failed re-election in 1890 but were reinstated after winning the Football Alliance title of 1890-1891. The club was relegated from the First Division in 1907 and went into liquidation the following year. Although the club was spared, they were not re-elected until 1915, instead spending the intervening years in the Birmingham & District League and the Southern League.

Promoted from the Second Division in 1921–22, the club was relegated twice in four years in 1926. Stoke won the Third Division North in 1926–27 and then the Second Division title in 1932–33. They stayed in the top flight for twenty years and then spent a decade in the Second Division before achieving promotion as champions in 1962-63.

Under the management of Tony Waddington, Stoke won the League Cup in 1972 with a 2-1 win over Chelsea. Stoke had also been beaten as finalists in 1964. The club spent fourteen years in the top flight and would secure promotion in 1978–79 after being relegated two years earlier. Stoke remained in the top flight from 1979 to 1985, although they were relegated to the Third Division in 1990. Having won the Football League Trophy in 1992, they were promoted to champions in 1992–93.

Relegation in 1998 saw the club win another Football League Trophy title in 2000 before securing promotion with a win in the 2002 play-off final. Manager Tony Pulis led Stoke to the Premier League at the end of the 2007-08 campaign. They played in the FA Cup final in 2011, finishing runners-up to Manchester City, which saw the club qualify for European football. Ten years of Premier League football culminated in relegation to the Championship in 2018.

Stoke City 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.Player
1GK Mark Travers
2MF Lynden Gooch
3DF Enda Stevens
4MF Ben Pearson
5DF Michael Rose
6MF Wouter Burger
7MF André Vidigal
8MF Lewis Baker
10FW Tyrese Campbell
11FW Dwight Gayle
12MF Daniel Johnson
13GK Jack Bonham
15MF Jordan Thompson
16DF Ben Wilmot
17DF Ki-Jana Hoever
18FW Wesley
No.Pos.Player
19FW Ryan Mmaee
21MF Nikola Jojić
22MF Bae Jun-ho
23DF Luke McNally
27MF Mehdi Léris
28MF Josh Laurent
29FW D. Wright-Phillips
30MF Sol Sidibe
34GK Frank Fielding
35FW Nathan Lowe
37FW Emre Tezgel
39DF Tom Sparrow
40GK Blondy Nna Noukeu
DF Junior Tchamadeu
FW Sead Hakšabanović

Stoke City Home Stadium

Bet365 Stadium (stylized as bet365 Stadium) is an all-seater football stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, and the home of EFL Championship club Stoke City. The stadium was previously called the Britannia Stadium but was renamed on 1 June 2016 when the club entered into a new naming rights deal with its parent company, Bet365.

It has a capacity of 30,089 after completing the expansion works in 2017.

Stoke City Home Stadium
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The stadium was built in 1998 for £14.8 million to replace the Victoria Ground. Former player, Sir Stanley Matthews’ ashes, were buried below the center circle of the pitch following his death in February 2000; they had officially opened the stadium on August 30, 1997.

In European competitions, it is known as Stoke Ground due to UEFA’s regulations on sponsorships.

Stoke City Kit

For the first time since 2006, the traditional red and white stripes are combined with black on the Macron Stoke City 22-23 home shirt. This incorporates the bet365 and Macron logos and the monochromatic black Stoke City crest.

Stoke City Kit
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The sleeves and collar of the Macron Stoke City F.C. 2022-2023 shirt are also decorated with black and crimson trim. Macron’s new Stoke City F.C. 2022–23 uniform is completed by white shorts and socks. The club displayed the alternative designs in both red and black.

Kit sponsorship

Stoke City Kit sponsorship by MACRON in 2022-23.

Stoke City world rankings

Stoke City’s world ranking number is 246.

Stoke City trophies

League

Second Division / Championship (2nd tier)

  • Champions: 1932–33, 1962–63
  • Runners-up: 1921–22, 2007–08
  • Third place (promoted): 1978–79

Third Division North / Second Division (3rd tier)

  • Champions: 1926–27, 1992–93
  • Play-off winners: 2001–02

Football Alliance

  • Champions: 1890–91

Birmingham & District League

  • Champions: 1910–11

Southern League Division Two

  • Champions: 1909–10, 1914–15
  • Runners-up: 1910–11

Cups

Stoke won the League Cup in 1972, their first major trophy

FA Cup

  • Runners-up: 2010–11
  • Semi-finalists: 1898–99, 1970–71 (3rd place), 1971–72 (4th place)

League Cup: 1

  • Winners: 1971–72
  • Runners-up: 1963–64

Football League Trophy: 2

  • Winners: 1991–92, 1999–2000

Watney Cup: 1

  • Winners: 1973

Regional/reserve[edit]

Staffordshire Senior Cup: 19

  • Winners: 1877–78, 1878–79, 1903–04, 1913–14, 1920–21, 1929–30, 1933–34, 1938–39, 1947–48, 1964–65, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1981–82, 1992–93, 1994–95, 1998–99, 2016–17
  • Runners-up: 1882–83, 1885–86, 1890–91, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1900–01, 1901–02, 1902–03, 1923–24, 1925–26, 1934–35, 1951–52, 1971–72, 1973–74, 1980–81, 2002–03, 2005–06, 2010–11

Birmingham Senior Cup: 2

  • Winners: 1901, 1914
  • Runners-up: 1910, 1915, 1920, 1921

Isle of Man Trophy: 3

  • Winners: 1987, 1991, 1992
  • Runners-up: 1985

FAQs

Who is Stoke City’s highest earner?

Dwight Gayle has the highest salary at Stoke City, earning £37,000 per week.

What is Stoke City’s yearly wage bill in 2023?

Stoke City’s total salary bill is £15,173,600 per year

What is Stoke City’s monthly wage bill in 2023?

Stoke City’s total salary bill is £291,800 per week

What league does Stoke City play in?

Stoke City plays in the Sky Bet Championship, 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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