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Barnsley
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Full name Barnsley Football Club
Nickname(s) The Tykes, The Reds
Founded 1887
Ground Oakwell
(Capacity: 23,009)
Owner Chien Lee
Pacific Media Group (Paul Conway, Grace Hung)
James Cryne
Neerav Parekh
Chairman Flag of Hong Kong Chien Lee (co-chairman)
Flag of United States Paul Conway (co-chairman)
Manager Flag of England Martin Devaney (caretaker)
Current League EFL League One 
2021–22 Championship, TBD (relegated)
Website Club home page
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Barnsley Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. The team play in EFL League One, the third tier of the English football league system. Nicknamed "the Tykes", they were founded in 1887 by Reverend Tiverton Preedy under the name Barnsley St. Peter's. The club colours are red and white, and their home ground since 1888 has been Oakwell. In 2016, Barnsley won 2 Trophies at Wembley Stadium – the Football League Trophy, beating Oxford United 3–2 in the final, and the 2016 Football League play-offs, beating Millwall F.C. 3–1 in the final. Barnsley became the second club to secure both the Football League Trophy and Football League promotion via playoff finals in the same season, after Grimsby Town F.C..

History

Barnsley have spent more seasons in the second tier of English football than any other club in history and have produced some notable talents over the years who have gone on to be successful at other clubs. One example is Tommy Taylor, who was a prolific goalscorer for Barnsley in the early 1950s and went on to win two league titles with Manchester United (as well as scoring 16 times in 19 England internationals) before losing his life in the Munich air disaster. Taylor's move to Manchester United was for a fee of £29,999 – one of the highest fees in England at the time. Taylor broke into the Barnsley team just after the sale of wing-half Danny Blanchflower to Aston Villa. Blanchflower would go on to sign for Tottenham Hotspur and be voted FWA Player of the Year twice as well as captaining the North London club to the first league and cup double of the 20th century.

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History: Seasons

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Barnsley F.C. squad - 2022–23

1 Davies · 2 Bree · 3 White · 4 Roberts · 5 MacDonald · 6 Scowen · 7 Hammill · 8 Hourihane · 9 Winnall · 11 Lee · 13 Townsend · 15 Watkins · 16 Evans · 17 Yiadom · 18 Jackson · 19 Kpekawa · 20 Bradshaw · 22 D'Almeida · 23 Payne · 24 Cowgill · 28 Williams · 29 Morsy · 30 Walton · 32 Armstrong · 40 Kent ·  Janko ·

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Barnsley F.C. squad seasons

1991-92 · 1996-97 · 1997-98 · 1998-99 · 1999-00 · 1992-93 · 1995-96 · 2013-14 · 2014-15 · 2015-16 · 2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 ·

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Barnsley F.C. seasons

2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 · 2020-21 · 2021-22 · 2022-23 ·

Barnsley Football Club - Managers

Fairclough (1898–1901) • McCartney (1901–04) • Fairclough (1904–12) • Hastie (1912–14) • Lewis (1914–19) • Sant (1919–26) • Commins (1926–28) • Fairclough (1928–30) • Fletcher (1930–37) • Seed (1937–53) • Ward (1953–60) • Steele (1960–71) • McSeveney (1971–72) • Steele (1972–73) • Iley (1973–78) • Clarke (1978–80) • Hunter (1980–84) • Collins (1984–85) • Clarke (1985–89) • Machin (1989–93) • Anderson (1993–94) • Wilson (1994–98) • Hendrie (1998–99) • Winstanley (1999) • Bassett (1999–2000) • Winstanley (2000–01) • Spackman (2001) • Hodges (2001) • Parkin (2001–02) • Hodges (2002–03) • Thordarson (2003–04) • Hart (2004–05) • Ritchie (2005–06) • Davey (2006–09) • Robins (2009–11) • Hill (2011–12) • Flitcroft (2012–13) • Wilson (2013–15) • Johnson (2015–16) • Heckingbottom (2016–18) • Harsleyc (2018) • Morais (2018) • Stendel (2018–19) • Struber (2019–20) • Ismaël (2020–21) • Schopp (2021) • Laumannc (2021) • Asbaghi (2021–22) • Devaneyc (2022–)

FA Cup winners

1872: Wanderers • 1873: Wanderers • 1874: Oxford University • 1875: Royal Engineers • 1876: Wanderers • 1877: Wanderers • 1878: Wanderers • 1879: Old Etonians • 1880: Clapham Rovers • 1881: Old Carthusians • 1882: Old Etonians • 1883: Blackburn Olympic • 1884: Blackburn Rovers • 1885: Blackburn Rovers • 1886: Blackburn Rovers • 1887: Aston Villa • 1888: West Bromwich Albion • 1889: Preston North End • 1890: Blackburn Rovers • 1891: Blackburn Rovers • 1892: West Bromwich Albion • 1893: Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1894: Notts County • 1895: Aston Villa • 1896: The Wednesday • 1897: Aston Villa • 1898: Nottingham Forest • 1899: Sheffield United • 1900: Bury • 1901: Tottenham Hotspur • 1902: Sheffield United • 1903: Bury • 1904: Manchester City • 1905: Aston Villa • 1906: Everton • 1907: The Wednesday • 1908: Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1909: Manchester United • 1910: Newcastle United • 1911: Bradford City • 1912: Barnsley • 1913: Aston Villa • 1914: Burnley • 1915: Sheffield United • 1920: Aston Villa • 1921: Tottenham Hotspur • 1922: Huddersfield Town • 1923: Bolton Wanderers • 1924: Newcastle United • 1925: Sheffield United • 1926: Bolton Wanderers • 1927: Cardiff City • 1928: Blackburn Rovers • 1929: Bolton Wanderers • 1930: Arsenal • 1931: West Bromwich Albion • 1932: Newcastle United • 1933: Everton • 1934: Manchester City • 1935: Sheffield Wednesday • 1936: Arsenal • 1937: Sunderland • 1938: Preston North End • 1939: Portsmouth • 1946: Derby County • 1947: Charlton Athletic • 1948: Manchester United • 1949: Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1950: Arsenal • 1951: Newcastle United • 1952: Newcastle United • 1953: Blackpool • 1954: West Bromwich Albion • 1955: Newcastle United • 1956: Manchester City • 1957: Aston Villa • 1958: Bolton Wanderers • 1959: Nottingham Forest • 1960: Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1961: Tottenham Hotspur • 1962: Tottenham Hotspur • 1963: Manchester United • 1964: West Ham United • 1965: Liverpool • 1966: Everton • 1967: Tottenham Hotspur • 1968: West Bromwich Albion • 1969: Manchester City • 1970: Chelsea • 1971: Arsenal • 1972: Leeds United • 1973: Sunderland • 1974: Liverpool • 1975: West Ham United • 1976: Southampton • 1977: Manchester United • 1978: Ipswich Town • 1979: Arsenal • 1980: West Ham United • 1981: Tottenham Hotspur • 1982: Tottenham Hotspur • 1983: Manchester United • 1984: Everton • 1985: Manchester United • 1986: Liverpool • 1987: Coventry City • 1988: Wimbledon • 1989: Liverpool • 1990: Tottenham Hotspur • 1991: Liverpool • 1992: Arsenal • 1993: Arsenal • 1994: Manchester United • 1995: Everton • 1996: Manchester United • 1997: Chelsea • 1998: Arsenal • 1999: Manchester United • 2000: Chelsea • 2001: Liverpool • 2002: Arsenal • 2003: Arsenal • 2004: Manchester United • 2005: Arsenal • 2006: Liverpool • 2007: Chelsea • 2008: Portsmouth • 2009: Chelsea • 2010: Chelsea • 2011: Manchester City • 2012: Chelsea • 2013: Wigan Athletic • 2014: Arsenal • 2015: Arsenal • 2016: Manchester United • 2017: Arsenal • 2018: Chelsea • 2019: Manchester City • 2020: Arsenal • 2021: Leicester City • 2022: TBD •

EFL League One 2022–23

Accrington Stanley · Barnsley · Bolton Wanderers · Bristol Rovers · Burton Albion · Cambridge United · Charlton Athletic · Cheltenham Town · Derby County · Exeter City · Fleetwood Town · Forest Green Rovers · Ipswich Town · Lincoln City · Milton Keynes Dons · Morecambe · Oxford United · Peterborough United · Plymouth Argyle · Port Vale · Portsmouth · Sheffield Wednesday · Shrewsbury Town · Wycombe Wanderers

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