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Club information: Preston North End

Club information: Preston North End
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Club information page for Preston North End Football Club.

Full name: Preston North End Football Club

Nicknames: The Lilywhites, Preston, PNE

Founded: May 1880

Owners: Trevor Hemmings

Stadium (capacity): Deepdale (23,404)

Most appearances: Alan Kelly Sr (513)

Most league appearances: Alan Kelly Sr (447)

Most goals: Tom Finney (210)

Most league goals: Tom Finney (187)

Oldest player: Bob Kelly (41 years 61 days vs. Barnsley, January 16 1935)

Youngest player: Brandon Zibaka (16 years 161 days vs. Charlton Athletic, September 13 2011)

Biggest win: 26-0 vs. Hyde (FA Cup, October 15 1887)

Biggest league win: 10-0 vs. Stoke City (Division One, September 14 1889)

Biggest defeat: 0-7 vs. Blackpool (Division One, May 1 1948)

Highest transfer fee paid: £1.5m - Brad Potts from Barnsley (January 4, 2019)

Highest transfer fee received: £10m - Jordan Hugill to West Ham United (January 31, 2018)


First Division/Premier League (2): 1888–89, 1889–90

Second Division/Championship (3): 1903–04, 1912–13, 1950–51

Third Division/League One (2): 1970–71, 1999–2000

Fourth Division/League Two (1): 1995-96

FA Cup (2): 1889, 1938

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