Who bought Bolton Wanderers?

Who bought Bolton Wanderers?

Brittan and Football Ventures took over Wanderers in 2019 and saved the University of Bolton Stadium club from the brink of extinction. Ahead of the 1-0 loss to Accrington yesterday, Brittan was among a large group of walkers who made the journey to the Wham Stadium on foot.

How big is Boltons away end?

Away fans visiting the University of Bolton Stadium are located in the South Stand behind one of the goals, with a typical allocation of 3,000, although this can increase to 5,000 depending on demand.

Why are Bolton called trotters?

Bolton Wanderers are referred to as ‘The Trotters’, trotter being a local name for a practical joker.

Who is Sharon Brittan?

Bolton Wanderers chairman Sharon Brittan discusses her future plans for club. SHARON Brittan has faith in her plan for Bolton Wanderers, on and off the pitch.

Why do Bolton kick off at 8pm?

The Whites have kicked off at 8pm since their move to the University of Bolton Stadium 25 years ago due to an agreement made at the time with local stakeholders.

Why is Bolton stadium called Macron?

In 2014, after the sponsorship deal with Reebok ended, a new deal was signed with Italian sportswear company Macron, and the stadium was renamed accordingly. This has since changed to The University of Bolton Stadium.

Who owns Football Ventures whites?

Football Ventures is being led by business supremo Sharon Brittan and the consortium have been eying up a move for Bolton since February 2019 but were forced to wait until the club was placed into administration to complete their takeover which is thought to have cost £10 million for the club and an extra £7 million …

What happened to Bolton Wanderers?

Bolton Wanderers FC has been sold to Football Ventures (Whites) Limited. The club’s money troubles meant it could have faced the same fate as Bury FC – who were recently expelled from the English Football League. But it was announced on social media, that the sale of the club had been completed.

Does Bolton Wanderers have a school at the stadium?

In 2014 the club established Bolton Wanderers Free School at the stadium, a sixth form offering sports and related courses for 16 to 19-year-olds. However, this was later closed in 2017 due to low pupil numbers which deemed it ‘not financially viable’.

How did Bolton Wanderers get their name?

The name was chosen as the club initially had a lot of difficulty finding a permanent ground to play on, having used three venues in its first four years of existence. Bolton were one of the 12 founder members of the Football League, which formed in 1888.

When did Bolton Wanderers move to Burnden Park?

The club, which had by then been renamed Bolton Wanderers, started playing regularly at Pike’s Lane in 1881. : 48 Spending £150 on pitch improvements, season tickets cost a guinea. They played here for fourteen years until the tenancy expired and they moved to Burnden Park.

Who is Bolton Wanderers’new sponsor?

^ “Bolton Wanderers is pleased to announce a long-term partnership with our new technical sponsor @MacronSports”. Bolton Wanderers. 31 July 2020. Retrieved 31 July 2020. ^ “AIM Market Statistics May 2003” (PDF).

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