1895-96 season
0Secretary Flag of England Horace Wilkins
0Middlesex Senior Cup 3rd round
0London Senior Cup 3rd round
0Top scorer (Competitive)
0Top scorer (All)
0Most appearances (Competitive)
0Most appearances (All)
0Biggest win Fulham 8-0 Edmonton (29 Feb 1896)
0Biggest defeat Leytonstone 6-0 Fulham (21 Mar 1896)
0Prev season 1894-95
0Next season 1896-97
0NOTE: Incomplete data for appearances, goalscorers and fixtures


The 1895-96 season was Fulham's 14th of playing football and was the last before settling at Craven Cottage the following season. The club were initially without a ground once again in the close season, and fierce rivals Stanley F.C. allowed Fulham to share their home ground, Captain James' Field situated near Halford Road in West Brompton whilst the ongoing preparations were being sorted at Craven Cottage.

It was the final season in which Fulham were not playing league football, though the club continued to participate in the Middlesex Senior Cup and London Senior Cup competitions, reaching the third round in both.


No. Position Player
Flag of England GK Johnny May
Flag of England FB Henry Shrimpton
Flag of England FB Tom Shrimpton
Flag of England HB Bob Charrett
Flag of England HB HC Churchill
Flag of England HB Herbert Jackson
Flag of England HB George Pearce
Flag of England HB Jack Shrimpton
No. Position Player
Flag of England OF Sammy Aylott
Flag of England OF Patsy Harris
Flag of England OF Willie Robertson
Flag of England OF Eddie Witheridge
Flag of England IF ED Grimmond
Flag of England IF Abon Sermon
Flag of England CF Alec Frame
Flag of England CF Frank Withington



Position Staff
SecretaryFlag of England Horace Wilkins
ChairmanFlag of England WG March
Vice ChairmanFlag of England JH Squires
TreasurerFlag of England Arthur Thomas
Committee memberFlag of England EA Coppen
Committee memberFlag of England CW Steel
Groundsman / TrainerFlag of England Tom Walker


Fulham home (1894-96)


Players in Edit

Date Pos. Name From Fee

Players out Edit

Date Pos. Name To Fee



# Date Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
1Sat 14 Sept 1895WoodfordAwayLost1-5
2Sat 28 Sept 1895West CroydonAwayLost0-2Fulham only had 10 men
3Sat 5 Oct 1895Borough Road CollegeAwayLost3-8Fulham again had 10 men after George Pearce failed to turn up
4Sat 12 Oct 1895Millwall AthleticAwayLost0-3
5Sat 16 Nov 1895RomfordAwayDrew1-1
6Sat 28 Dec 1895VampiresAwayLost0-3
7Sat 4 Jan 1896Ferry WorksAwayWon2-1
8Sat 11 Jan 1896BurnhamAwayDrew1-1
9Sat 1 Feb 1896Tottenham Hotspur ReservesAwayLost1-4Fulham started the match 3 men short, with Jim Shrimpton in goal playing in his day clothes
10Sat 8 Feb 1896BrentfordAwayLost1-5
11Sat 15 Feb 1896Millwall AthleticHome??-?
12Sat 29 Feb 1896EdmontonHomeWon8-0
13Sat 7 Mar 1896Thames IronworksAwayLost1-5
14Sat 21 Mar 1896LeytonstoneAwayLost0-6

Middlesex Senior CupEdit

# Date Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
1st roundSat 26 Oct 1895MarciansHomeWon3-1
2nd roundSat 7 Dec 1895Queens Park RangersHomeWon1-0
3rd roundSat 18 Jan 1896UxbridgeHomeLost1-2

London Senior CupEdit

# Date Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
1st roundSat 19 Oct 1895Dulwich HamletAwayWon7-0
2nd roundSat 9 Nov 1895BrentfordAwayWon1-0
3rd roundSat 30 Nov 1895EalingAwayLost3-4


Appearances & goalsEdit

No. Nat Pos Player TotalFriendlies Middlesex Senior Cup London Senior Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Flag of England GK Johnny May 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Players who left the club during 1895-96:

Top scorersEdit

Position Nation Name Friendlies Middlesex Senior Cup London Senior Cup Total
/ / Own Goals 0 0 0 0
/ / TOTALS 0 0 0 0
Fulham F.C. Seasons