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Blackburn Rovers

Sport: Football
Squad: Click for the club's squad
Ground: Ewood park


Blackburn Rovers were formed by a committee of Public School old boys at a meeting held at St Ledger Hotel in 1875. During this meeting the club also adopted their colours of blue and white. One of the committee members, John Lewis went on to become a founder of the Lancashire F.A. Blackburn Rovers were one of the founding clubs of the Football League when it was founded in 1888. Blackburn Rovers have won the Premiership one in 1995. They have won the league championship twice, in 1912 and 1914. They have won the FA cup on six occasions 1884, 1885, 1886, 1890, 1891 and 1928. Every match Blackburn Rovers played in 1875 was away from home as they did not have a home ground.

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Jason Brown: Brown ready for Friedal battle - 28/06/2006
Jason comments on his battle for the No.1 berth at new club Blackburn. More
Nolberto Solano: Solano pays tribute to toon talisman - 09/01/2006
Nobby gives credit to Alan Shearer's goal scoring ability after the Geordie draws level with Jacki Milburn's club record. More
Robbie Elliott: Forgotten man Robbie relishes clean sheet - 13/09/2004
Writing in the 'Evening Chronicle', Miles Starforth reports on Robbie's contribution to a welcome clean sheet and three well deservd points. More
Nolberto Solano: Solano - Angel is Villa's Shearer - 19/03/2004
James Nursey of the Birmingham Evening Post interviews Nol who draws comparison between Angel and Shearer and their importance to their respective sides. More
Robbie Elliott: On the bench - 19/02/2004
After making the squad and appearing on the bench against Blackburn, it looks like Robbie may also be among the substitutes for Boro's visit to Newcastle More
 Internet Stories: 4 articles
Everton 'irresistible' to Johnson - 30/05/2006
Andy Johnson will finalise his £8.5 million transfer from Crystal Palace to Everton on Tuesday, after finding the prospect of playing for one of British football's biggest names "impossible to resist".
BARRY FERGUSON - return on schedule - 23/06/2004
Blackburn midfielder Barry Ferguson has been given the green light to start pre-season training after a six-month injury nightmare. ...
YORKE - snubs international return - 10/06/2004
Dwight Yorke insists he has three years left at the top after deciding against a permanent return to international football with Trinidad and Tobago. ...
STEAD - Blackburn in good Stead - 19/04/2004
Blackburn do manage to complete their slow crawl away from relegation trouble, it will be due in no small part to the efforts of a raw 21-year-old who just ...