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  • Name: Millwall
  • City: London
  • Home Stadium: The Den Stadium
  • Established Date: 1885
  • Coach: Gary Rowett
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Millwall Player
# Name Position
8
Ben Thompson Central Midfield
18
Ryan Leonard Central Midfield
24
Billy Mitchell Central Midfield
1
Frank Fielding Goalkeeper
33
Bartosz Bialkowski Goalkeeper
41
Joe Wright Goalkeeper
35
Hayden Muller Defender
27
Junior Tiensia Midfielder
32
Tyler Burey Midfielder
37
Lewis Whiteley Midfielder
38
Jethro Hanson Midfielder
 
Jesse Debrah Midfielder
 
Luke Steele Midfielder
29
George Alexander Forward
20
Mason Bennett Secondary Striker
21
Connor Mahoney Right Wing
7
Jed Wallace Right Midfield
11
Shane Ferguson Left Midfield
6
Shaun Williams Defensive Midfield
16
Maikel Kieftenbeld Defensive Midfield
19
Ryan Woods Defensive Midfield
28
George Evans Defensive Midfield
12
Mahlon Romeo Right Back
23
Dan McNamara Right Back
14
Scott Malone Left Back
3
Murray Wallace Centre Back
4
Shaun Hutchinson Centre Back
5
Jake Cooper Centre Back
15
Alex Pearce Centre Back
31
Ryan Sandford Centre Back
9
Tom Bradshaw Centre Forward
10
Matt Smith Centre Forward
13
Kenneth Zohore Centre Forward
22
Jon Bodvarsson Centre Forward
 
Gary Rowett Coach
 
Marc Bircham Assistant Coach
 
Mick Harford Assistant Coach
Millwall Football Club is a professional football club in Bermondsey, South East London, England. They compete in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. The club was formed in 1919 1885. In Millwall's 92 seasons in the Football League from 1920–21 to 2018-19, the club have been promoted eleven times (five times as champions) and relegated nine times. They have spent the majority of their existence yo-yoing between the second and third tiers of the Football League. The club did have a brief spell in the top flight between 1988 and 1990, in which they achieved their highest ever league finish of tenth place in the First Division in 1988–89. Millwall reached the 2004 FA Cup final and qualified for Europe for the first time in their history, playing in the UEFA Cup. The club have also won two League One play-off finals in 2010 and 2017, the Football League Group Cup in 1983, and were Football League Trophy finalists in 1999.