Alles zum Verein Bristol Rovers (League One) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Liveticker Bristol Rovers - Plymouth Argyle (FA Cup /, 2. Runde). Der Bristol Rovers Football Club ist ein englischer Fußballverein in Bristol. Der Verein spielt aktuell in der EFL League One. Bristol Rovers kooperiert mit Bristol Academy, einem Verein aus der FA Women’s Premier League. Die Pirates bestreiten.
Bristol RoversDer Bristol Rovers Football Club ist ein englischer Fußballverein in Bristol. Der Verein spielt aktuell in der EFL League One. Bristol Rovers kooperiert mit Bristol. Name: Bristol Rovers Football Club; Spitzname: Pirates; Stadt: Bristol; Land: England; Farben: blau-weiß; Gegründet: ; Sportarten: Fußball; Stadion. Pokale und Co.: Diese Seite enthält eine komplette Übersicht über alle Titel und Erfolge des Vereins Bristol Rovers - sowohl chronologisch als auch in der.
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The team has won promotion on five other occasions: in —74 from the Third Division to the Second Division, again in —90 as Division Three champions, in —07 to the Football League One, in —15 to League Two from the Conference Premier, and then in —16 to League One.
The club has been relegated six times—in —62 , —81 , —93 , —01 , —11 and most recently at the end of the —14 season. The highest position in the football ladder achieved by Rovers at the end of season is sixth place in the second tier, which they did twice; once in —56 , and again in — In the —02 season,  relegation from the Football League was narrowly avoided on two counts; firstly they ended just one league position above the relegation zone, and secondly the rules were changed the following season to increase the number of relegation places to two, meaning that if Rovers had finished in that position one year later they would have been relegated.
The only major cup competition won by Bristol Rovers is the Watney Cup , when they beat Sheffield United in the final.
The team has never played in European competition; the closest Rovers came was when they missed out on reaching the international stage of the Anglo-Italian Cup in the —93 season on a coin toss held over the phone with West Ham United.
In the FA Cup , Rovers have reached the quarter-final stage on three occasions. The first time was in —51 when they faced Newcastle United at St James' Park  in front of a crowd of 62,, the record for the highest attendance at any Bristol Rovers match.
They have twice reached the final of the Football League Trophy , in —90 and —07 , but finished runners-up on both occasions.
On the second occasion they did not allow a single goal against them in the competition en route to the final, but conceded the lead less than a minute after the final kicked off.
Bristol Rovers main rivals are city neighbours Bristol City , with whom they contest the Bristol derby. In the past, rivalries also emerged with Severnside rivals Cardiff City known as the Severnside derby.
The first time Rovers encountered Yeovil was a Football League Trophy match which was played on 31 October , which Rovers won via a penalty shoot-out.
The most recent encounter between the teams was in a Football League Two match on 15 August , which Rovers won 1—0 with Ellis Harrison scoring a late winner.
Bristol Rovers last played Plymouth in the 2nd round replay of the FA cup in Rovers won the replay after the first round was a draw and last played Exeter in the group stage of the EFL Trophy in Exeter won Bristol Rovers are known for their distinctive blue and white quartered shirts, which they have worn for most of their history.
The current home kit consists of a light blue and white quartered shirt and white shorts, while the away kit is black and gold with the same colours as the trim.
The team began playing in black shirts with a yellow sash from their foundation in as Black Arabs F. For the next fourteen years, until , the team wore blue and white hooped shirts.
These were replaced by black and white striped shirts until When Rovers were admitted to The Football League in they wore white shirts with blue shorts.
These remained the team colours until , when the colours were reversed to blue shirts and white shorts for one season. Over the next ten years, Rovers went on to wear blue and white stripes, all blue, and blue shirts with white shorts before returning to the blue and white quarters in , which have remained the colours ever since.
The black and gold shirts were also used as the away kit for the —03 season, the club's th anniversary. In , Rovers ran an April Fools' joke on their official website, stating that the team's new away strip would be all pink.
Although this was intended to be a joke, a number of fans petitioned the club to get the kit made for real, and also suggested that funds raised through the sale of the pink shirts should be donated to a breast cancer charity.
A pirate features on both the club badge and the badge of the supporters club,  reflecting the club nickname of The Pirates. Previous club badges have featured a blue and white quartered design, based on the quartered design of the team's jerseys.
Rovers first used Bukta as an official kit supplier in , and Great Mills as the first kit sponsor followed Rovers' longest running kit supplier is Errea who supplied the club kits for eleven years — Rovers play their home games at the Memorial Stadium in Horfield , a ground they formerly shared with Bristol Rugby.
The team moved to The Mem, as it is known informally, at the beginning of the —97 season, initially as tenants but purchased it two years later. The following year they moved to Three Acres, the precise location of which is not known, but is believed to have been in the Ashley Down area of Bristol, where they remained for seven years.
For the majority of their history, Bristol Rovers have played their home games at the Eastville Stadium , where they remained for a period of 89 years from to Financial problems led to the team being forced to leave Eastville, and they found a temporary home at Twerton Park, the home of Bath City.
They stayed in Bath for 10 seasons, leading to the chant that there really is only 1 team in Bristol, before returning to Bristol in Rovers also played five home games at Ashton Gate Stadium , home of rivals Bristol City, following a fire which destroyed the South Stand of the Eastville Stadium on the night of the 16—17 August Rovers returned to Eastville in October During World War II , some friendly matches were played in Kingswood , and in their early history some games were played at Parson Street, Bedminster .
In January planning permission was granted for a new 18, capacity all-seater stadium to be built on the site of the Memorial Stadium.
In June the club began construction of a new training facility at a site on Hortham Lane, Almondsbury near the M5 motorway.
The team traditionally draws the majority of its support from north and east Bristol  and South Gloucestershire. Many towns and villages in the surrounding area are also home to significant pockets of Rovers supporters.
The nickname given to Bristol Rovers supporters is "Gasheads". The chant "Proud to be a Gashead" spread to regular fans, and a fanzine was produced called The Gashead.
The term "Gasheads" is now universally accepted within the English media and football fraternity as referring to Bristol Rovers supporters.
Former Bristol Rovers player and manager, Ian Holloway , who also managed QPR and Blackpool as well as featuring as a pundit is still a big fan of the club.
Based on Sept. The Rovers fans have good relations with Spanish club CE Sabadell FC , which initially began due to several Rovers fans noticing that the club had the same colours.
Opinions differ as to how this came about but it is thought to have become popular in the s when a version of the song was in the British charts—the line "sometimes I have a great notion to jump in the river and drown"—seemed to be particularly apt when Rovers lost as the Bristol Frome flows alongside the old Eastville ground.
It is believed that John Clapham is responsible for the song as he used to work at Eastville stadium for the greyhound racing and the last record he would play at the end of the night was "Goodnight Irene" also having a daughter called Irene, the record would then be left in the player and was played at the football.
During the game the following day, Rovers were winning quite comfortably and the few Argyle supporters present began to leave early prompting a chorus of "Goodnight Argyle" from the Rovers supporters—the tune stuck and Irene became the club song.
The name derives from the section of Gasheads who stood in the Tote End terrace at Rovers' old home, Eastville Stadium.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. This is a list of the most noted former players at Bristol Rovers Football Club, stating the period that each player spent at the club, their nationality and their reason for being listed.
To be included in this list a player must have made over league appearances for the club, scored over league goals or hold a club record.
Current first-team squad members Cameron Hargreaves , Alfie Kilgour and Michael Kelly both graduated from the Academy to earn professional contracts.
The club had a successful women's team , formed in as Bristol Rovers W. This merger came about as Bristol Rovers only had girls teams up to the under 16 age group level, so when girls reached the age of 16 they were forced to leave the club.
The merger with Cable-Tel meant that Bristol Rovers had a senior squad. The club's name was changed to Bristol Academy W. In , Bristol Academy were re-branded as Bristol City following a sponsorship arrangement with Rovers' local rivals.
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