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Stoke City are one of the several professional football clubs coming out of Staffordshire in England. The club is currently part of the Premier League, which is the top division of English football. The club was initially formed as the Stoke Ramblers back in 1863, but it was not until 1878 that the club merely became Stoke. The current Stoke City name came into effect in 1925. However, the elaborate history associated with the club makes them the second oldest professional football club in the world – only behind Notts County.

Also known as the Potters, Stoke have played the majority of their football in the levels of the Football League structure. However, they have been a top division outfit for the major part of the 21st century. Due to the age of the club, Stoke City also played a decisive role in being one of the first members to start the Football League. The club play their football at the Stoke Stadium, which is named after different sponsors from time to time. The ground has a capacity of just over 30,000. The location of the club means that Stoke have a lot of rivalry with all of the clubs in the Midlands – West Brom, Aston Villa, and Wolves. The local rivals for Stoke City happen to be Port Vale and games against this opponent are known as the Potteries derby.

The club have not come close to winning the first division, but they have won the second division twice. In terms of the cup competitions, Stoke City came close to winning the FA Cup in 2010-11 but finished as the runner-up. The club’s only major title came in the form of the League Cup in the 1971-72 season. Eric Skeels has featured in close to 600 appearances across league and cup competitions, while John Ritchie is the record goalscorer at Stoke City with 176 to his name.

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