The oldest football clubs: How every team ranks in order of when they were founded

The oldest football clubs: How every team ranks in order of when they were founded

Who are the oldest clubs in the Premier League and Football League?

Here, we a look at when each of the 92 clubs were founded - ranking them from youngest to oldest. Click and scroll through the page to discover where your club lies:

In light of Pete Winkelman's involvement - taking over at Wimbledon (1899) in 2002. The original Dons relocated and later rebranded as MK Dons following the threat of liquidation.

1. MK Dons (2004)

In light of Pete Winkelman's involvement - taking over at Wimbledon (1899) in 2002. The original Dons relocated and later rebranded as MK Dons following the threat of liquidation.
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After the original Wimbledon (1899) announced in 2002 that there were plans to relocate to Milton Keynes, angry supporters reacted by building their own club, which began in non-league.

2. AFC Wimbledon (2002)

After the original Wimbledon (1899) announced in 2002 that there were plans to relocate to Milton Keynes, angry supporters reacted by building their own club, which began in non-league.
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Founded as Stevenage Borough following the bankruptcy of Stevenage Athletic, the club changed their name to Stevenage in 2010.

3. Stevenage (1976)

Founded as Stevenage Borough following the bankruptcy of Stevenage Athletic, the club changed their name to Stevenage in 2010.
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After the original Accrington Stanley went bust in 1966, the club reformed two years later - celebrating their 50th anniversary last year.

4. Accrington Stanley (1968)

After the original Accrington Stanley went bust in 1966, the club reformed two years later - celebrating their 50th anniversary last year.
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