1903-04 season
0Manager None
0League Southern League Division One
0Position 11th/18
0FA Cup 1st Round
0London League (Prem Div) 6th/7
0Top scorer (League) Harry Fletcher (15)
0Top scorer (All) Harry Fletcher (20)
0Most appearances (League) Harry Fletcher (40)
0Most appearances (All) Harry Fletcher (47)
0Biggest win 5-0 (a) v Crouch End Vampires
0Biggest defeat 1-8 (a) v Millwall Athletic
0Highest home attendance 17,583 v Southampton (3 Oct 1903)
0Lowest home attendance 1,000 v Millwall Athletic (19 Oct 1903)
0Prev season 1902-03
0Next season 1904-05


The 1903-04 season was Fulham's 6th professional season and 1st season playing first-class football, in the Southern League Division One (equivalent to today's League One). It was all in all a reasonably succesful season, with the team achieving a mid-table finish and a great cup run in the FA Cup; albeit exiting in the 1st round (then the last 32) to Woolwich Arsenal, it had taken Fulham 7 qualifying victories to get there. Many big-name signings were made in the summer, most notable of these was goalkeeper Jack Fryer from Derby County, who was to be club captain. It was virtually a completely different team from those that had featured in 1902-03, with only Tommy Meade and William Porter survivors from that previous season.

League TablesEdit

Southern League Division OneEdit

2Tottenham Hotspur341611754371.4643
3Bristol Rovers34178964421.5242
5Queens Park Rangers341511853371.4341
8Luton Town341412838331.1540
9Plymouth Argyle3413101144341.2936
10Swindon Town3410111330420.7131
12West Ham United341071739440.8927
15Northampton Town341071736600.627
16New Brompton346131526430.625
17Brighton & Hove Albion346121646690.6624

*Left league at end of season

London League Premier DivisionEdit

1Millwall Athletic1211103884.7523
2Tottenham Hotspur1271423141.6415
3Woolwich Arsenal1262424191.2614
4Queens Park Rangers1252518230.7812
7West Ham United1222814310.456

1 The system of using goal average to separate two teams tied on points was used up until the 1976-77 season.
2 The points system: 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for losing.


No. Position Player
- Flag of England GK Jack Fryer Captain Symbol
- Flag of England GK Billy Biggar
- Flag of Scotland DF Billy Orr
- Flag of England DF Ted Turner
- Flag of England DF Alf Harwood
- Flag of England DF Fred Nidd
- Flag of England DF Roy Stephenson
- Flag of England MF Harry Robotham
- Flag of Scotland MF Paddy Gray
- Flag of England MF Ellis Green
- Flag of Scotland MF Jock Hamilton
- Flag of Scotland MF Bill Goldie
- Flag of Scotland MF George Colville
- Flag of England MF David Lloyd
- Flag of England MF Fred Waterson
- Flag of England MF Percy Farnfield
- Flag of England FW Harry Fletcher
- Flag of England FW Hugh May
No. Position Player
- Flag of England FW Albert Soar
- Flag of England FW Tommy Meade
- Flag of England FW Fergus Hunt
- Flag of England FW Charlie Axcell
- Flag of England FW Everard Lawrence
- Flag of Ireland1 FW Joe Connor
- Flag of Scotland FW Hugh McQueen
- Flag of Scotland FW Edward Anderson
- Flag of England FW George Storey
- Flag of Scotland FW James Fisher
- Flag of Malta FW Cornelius Hogan
- Flag of Scotland FW Alex Davidson
- Flag of England FW Fred Spackman
- Flag of England FW Walter Miecznikowski
- Flag of England FW William Porter
- Flag of Scotland FW Abraham Wales
- Flag of England FW Herbert Farnfield
- Flag of England FW Gilbert Farnfield


Southern League Division OneEdit

# Date Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
1Sat 5 Sept 1903Tottenham HotspurHomeDrew0-0
2Sat 12 Sept 1903Luton TownAwayDrew0-0
3Sat 19 Sept 1903New BromptonHomeWon1-0
4Sat 26 Sept 1903Kettering TownAwayLost0-1
5Sat 3 Oct 1903SouthamptonHomeDrew2-2
6Sat 10 Oct 1903Swindon TownAwayDrew2-2
7Sat 17 Oct 1903Millwall AthleticAwayWon2-0
8Sat 24 Oct 1903Queens Park RangersHomeDrew2-2
9Sat 7 Nov 1903ReadingHomeLost0-1
10Wed 11 Nov 1903Plymouth ArgyleAwayLost0-1
11Sat 21 Nov 1903Bristol RoversHomeLost0-1

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London League Premier DivisionEdit

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# Date Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
1Tue 1 Sept 1903Queens Park RangersAwayLost0-2
2Mon 7 Sept 1903Woolwich ArsenalAwayLost0-2
3Mon 21 Sept 1903Tottenham HotspurAwayLost1-2

FA CupEdit

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# Date Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information


Appearances & goalsEdit

Top scorersEdit

Fulham F.C. Seasons
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