The club was founded in 1876 and have played at their current home ground, the Riverside Stadium, since 1995. Middlesbrough were founding members of the Premier League in 1992. They have won one major trophy in their history: the 2004 Football League Cup.
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They then won the 2021–22 EFL Championship title, finally settling in the Premier League, where they have played since 2022.
When did Middlesbrough go to Wembley?
1990 1990: Boro's first-ever Wembley final, losing 1-0 to Chelsea in the Zenith Data Systems Cup. The club survive a second consecutive relegation thanks to a 4-1 success over Newcastle on the final day. 1992: Another promotion season, with Lennie Lawrence leading the team into the inaugural Premier League.
Why is Middlesbrough famous?
Middlesbrough is known for its industrial heritage, particularly in the steel and chemical industries. It is also home to the Riverside Stadium, the home ground of Middlesbrough Football Club.
When was Middlesbrough last in Premier League?
The League Cup win and the UEFA Cup run was part of an 11-year consecutive stay in the Premier League, before a relegation in 2009. Although the club returned in 2016, instant relegation followed, and the club has not returned to the Premier League since.