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FC Reading Revolution

FC Reading Revolution was an American soccer team based in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States. Founded in 2009, the team played in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), a national amateur league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Northeast Keystone Division.The team played its home games at Shirk Stadium on the campus of Albright College. The team's colors were red, black and silver.==External links==Category:National Premier Soccer League teamsCategory:Amateur soccer... read more

Reading Chronicle

The ''Reading Chronicle'' is an English local weekly newspaper covering Reading in Berkshire and surrounding areas, starting off as the ''Berkshire Chronicle''.==Editions==The paper is published each Thursday with two distinct geographical editions; the ''Reading Chronicle'' itself, and the ''Woodley and Earley Chronicle''. Each edition has some local content relating to its target area, but much of the content is common. The paper was formerly broadsheet, but switched to a compact, tabloid format... read more

Reading F.C.

Reading Football Club ( ) is a professional association football club based in association footballReading, Berkshire , England. The team play in the Championship , the second tier of English football.Reading are nicknamed The Royals, due to Reading's location in the Royal County of Berkshire , though they were previously known as The Biscuitmen, due to the town's association with Royal County of BerkshireHuntley and Palmers . Established in 1871, the club is one of the oldest teams in England,... read more

Reading F.C. Women

Reading Football Club Women is an English women's football club affiliated with Reading FC. The club currently play in FA WSL 1. The club played in the FA Women's Premier League National Division after being promoted from the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division, which they were relegated to at the end of the 2011–12 season. They had previously won promotion to the National Division from the Southern Division in 2009–10. They gained entry to an expanded FA WSL in 2014.==History==Reading... read more

Supporters' Trust at Reading

Supporters' Trust at Reading also known as STAR, is the official organisation representing the interests of supporters of Reading Football Club. STAR is the successor to Reading Football Supporters’ Club (RFSC), which was established in 1930.== Constitution and organisation ==STAR is the trading name of Reading Football Supporters' Society Ltd, and was incorporated in the UK in March 2002 as an industrial and provident society (IPS). On 1 August 2014 it became a Registered Society under the Co-operative... read more

Reading Town F.C.

Reading Town Football Club were a semi-professional English football club in the Hellenic League Division One East, based in Hellenic LeagueReading, Berkshire . The club is affiliated to the Hellenic LeagueReading, BerkshireBerks & Bucks Football Association The club previously played in the Hellenic LeagueReading, BerkshireBerks & Bucks Football AssociationCombined Counties Football League , but with the agreement of the leagues involved, swapped places with Badshot Lea in time for the... read more

History of Reading F.C.

Reading's progress through the English football league system from 1920 to 2012The History of Reading Football Club covers almost 150 years of both success and failure of the football club from Reading, England.==Early years (1871–1941)==Reading F.C. were formed on 25 December 1871 by founder Joseph Edward Sydenham., ''Reading Chronicle'', 10 September 2009. They were originally nicknamed ''The Biscuitmen'' after one of the main trades in the town, Huntley & Palmers biscuits, but changed to the... read more

Reading United A.C.

Reading United A.C. is an American soccer team based in Reading, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1996, the team plays in the Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Mid-Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.The club plays its home games at Don Thomas Stadium on the campus of Exeter Township Senior High School. The club's colors are white, charcoal black, gold, and navy blue. United also fields a team in the Super-20 League, a league for players seventeen... read more


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2005–06 Reading F.C. season

Reading Football Club played the season 2005–06 in the Football League Championship, during which they set several League records on their way to winning the Championship, and promotion to the Premier League.====Transfers====Following the completion of the 2004–05 season Reading announced on 11 May that veteran duo Martin Keown and Les Ferdinand, along with Ricky Newman, Bas Savage and youngster Louie Soares would not have their contracts renewed and were free to leave the club. On 22 June... read more

2016–17 Reading F.C. season

The 2016–17 season is Reading's 146th year in existence and fourth consecutive season in the Championship, and covers the period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.===Pre-season===On 26 May, Reading announced a pre-season friendly against local rivals Swindon Town on 19 July, and against Boreham Wood on 3 July. The following day the club released manager Brian McDermott of his duties, whilst also announcing a pre-season friendly against Premier League side Bournemouth. On 31 May, Reading announced... read more

2008–09 Reading F.C. season

Reading Football Club played the 2008–09 season in the Football League Championship, having been relegated on the final day of the 2007–08 Premier League season. Despite a strong start to the season, especially at home, Reading were unable to secure promotion at the first attempt; a poor run of form in 2009 saw Reading win just 5 of their last 17 league games, the Royals finishing 4th in the league. Reading were defeated 3–0 on aggregate by Burnley in the play-off semi-finals.===Pre-season===Reading... read more

2011–12 Reading F.C. season

The 2011–12 season was Reading Football Club's fourth consecutive season in the Championship since relegation from the Premier League in 2008. It was Brian McDermott's second full season in charge.Despite a poor start, which saw them 23rd in the table at one point, Reading went on to win 17 of 23 games in the second half of the season, securing the Championship title and ensuring promotion back to the Premier League. McDermott was named the LMA Championship Manager of the Season for the achievement.====Transfers====Ívar... read more

2014–15 Reading F.C. season

The 2014–15 season is Reading Football Club's second season in the Championship following the sides's relegation from the Premier League at the end of the 2012–13 season. The season began with Nigel Adkins as manager; he was replaced by Steve Clarke in December.=== Pre-season ===On 6 May, Reading announced that five players would be leaving upon the expiry of their contracts. Those departing were Stuart Taylor, Kaspars Gorkšs, Wayne Bridge, Mikele Leigertwood and club captain Jobi McAnuff. Youngsters... read more

2015–16 Reading F.C. season

The 2015–16 season was Reading's 145th year in existence and third consecutive season in the Championship, and covered the period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016. Reading finished the season 17th in the Championship, whilst also reaching the Quarter-Finals of the FA Cup and the Third Round of the League Cup.===Pre-season===Following the conclusion of the 2014–15 season, Reading announced that their preseason would include a tour of Thailand and Malaysia, beginning 5 July. Reading then announced,... read more


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