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Team manager:  Tony Pulis
Team stadium: The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
Team captain: Darren Fletcher
Number of championships: First Division/Premier League – 1 time and Second Division/Football League Championship – 3 times
Number of Cup wins: FA Cup – 5 times; Football League Cup – 1 time; FA Charity Shield – 2 times; FA Youth Cup – 1 time; Tennent Caledonian Cup – 1 time; Birmingham Senior Cup – 7 times; Staffordshire Senior Cup – 13 times.
Formed in: 1878
Nickname: The Baggies, The Throstles, Albion
 
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West Bromwich Albion History

West Bromwich Albion – Background

West Bromwich is an English football club based in West Bromwich. It was formed in 1878 as West Bromwich Strollers by employees of George Salter's Spring Works, a houseware factory in West Bromwich. The club changed its name to West Bromwich Albion in 1880 as many of its players came from the Albion district in West Bromwich. After winning several local competitions, the club joined the Football Association in 1883, and became professional in 1885. In 1888 the club was one of the founding members of the Football League. In 1919-20 West Bromwich Albion won the League title for the first (and only) time in its career. In 1930-31 the club won a "double" – promotion as well as the FA Cup, a marvelous achievement. In 1953-54 they almost won a League and Cup double, but in the end only succeeded in winning the FA Cup. However, their fluent and attacking-centered style of playing made them famous and they remained very successful throughout the 1950s. In 1978-79 the club reached the UEFA Cup quarter-final, but was defeated by Red Star Belgrade. The years 1985-2000 were spent outside the top flight, but in 2001-02 they were promoted to the Premier League under the guidance of new manager Gary Megson. The following years the club met with mixed luck as it was relegated and promoted several times. Today the club is ranked 13th on the Premier League.

Titles won in Britain

West Bromwich Albion have won the First Division (Premier League) once, in 1919-20; the Second Division  (Football League Championship) three times (most recently in 2007-08), the FA Cup 5 times (most recently in 1968), the Football League Cup once (in 1966), the FA Charity 2 times (most recently in 1954), the FA Youth Cup once (in 1976), the Tennent Caledonian Cup once (in 1976), the Birmingham Senior Cup 7 times (most recently in 2014) and the Staffordshire Senior Cup 13 times (most recently in 1969).

Titles Won in Europe

West Bromwich Albion have not won any titles in Europe.

West Bromwich Albion's Most Successful Period

The club's most successful period was the 1950s and 1960s, during which they have won the FA Cup twice, the Football League Cup once and the FA Charity Shield once. During that period they became famous for their playing tactics and in 1953-54 were referred to as "the Team of the Century".

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