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Fulham F.C. top scorers of all time

In the following article we first provide a brief introduction and facts about Fulham FC, and then we proceed to learn about some highest goal scorers in Fulham of all time.

Fulham Football Club

(Fulham F.C.) was founded in 1879 and is one of the oldest English football clubs currently playing in the English Premier League.

The club is based in Fulham, London and is the oldest London football club still playing professionally.

Fulham have played 27 seasons in the English Premier League, most of them between 1960 and 2000.

Fulham have reached two grand finals so far: they reached the FA Cup final in 1975 and finished runners-up to

West Ham United

, and in 2010 they played in the UEFA Europa League final against

Atletico Madrid

, they also lost 2-1 in overtime and became runners-up.

Fulham's main rival is



Queens Park Rangers



in west London are also old rivals at Fulham.

In the following, we will briefly review the history of Fulham F.C. Club, then we will provide a list of

Fulham F.C. top scorers of all time

, and then share the personal and professional backgrounds of each of these Fulham F.C. top goal scorers ever.

Before we get into the list of Fulham F.C. highest goal scorers of all time, we will have a brief look at the history, foundation and honors of Fulham F.C. Club.

As we have mentioned above, Fulham Football Club is one of the oldest English football clubs. The Fulham London-based club was founded in 1879 and currently plays in the

English Premier League


Fulham F.C. has two big runners-up: the FA Cup runners-up in 1975 and the Europa League runners-up in 2010.

Fulham's main rival is Chelsea. Queens Park Rangers and Brentford in west London are also old Fulham rivals.

Fulham Football Club is currently owned by Shahid Khan. He bought Fulham F.C. for a reported £150–200 million on 12 July 2013.

This club has one of the oldest uniform designs in the world. The team's main uniform, which is a white shirt and black socks, was designed for the team in 1903, and the Fulham club still uses the same series of uniforms to this day.

Fulham's sponsorship by Betfair in 2002–03 was the first gambling sponsorship in English football, and came before the Gambling Act 2005 permitted the industry to advertise on television and radio; within fifteen years half of Premier League teams were sponsored by such companies.

Fulham FC is a British football club based in London. Having been established in 1879, the club is known as London's oldest professional football club, and one of the oldest clubs currently playing in the Premier League.

The 142-year-old club, which is currently competing in the Premier League, has spent a total of 27 years in English football's top division through its history, mainly in the 60s and 2000s.

Although the club has never achieved any major trophies, they managed to reach the 1975 FA Cup final match, where they lost to West Ham United, as well as playing in the 2010 Europa League final match where they were beaten 2-0 by the Spanish side Atletico Madrid after extra time.

Moreover, they won the English Championship (Football League Division One) in 2001, with 101 points, which led to their promotion to the top-flight of English football for the first time since 1968. Furthermore, they have been crowned the Division Two Champions on 2 occasions, as well as winning the Football League Division Three (South) in 1932. Additionally, Fulham won the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2002.

Since 1896, Fulham's home stadium has been "Craven Cottage", hence the club is also nicknamed "The Cottagers". Additionally, the club's kit colors (white shirts and black shorts) have remained unchanged since they were first used by Fulham players in 1903.

The legendary figures who have served at Craven Cottage are a pivotal part of the club's famous history and the fact that they are still standing strong. Most notably, the ones who scored the most goals for the club are the ones who are remembered frequently.

The following is a list of the top scorers in Fulham of all time:

In this article, we are going to read about some career overviews about Fulham top scorers of all time who have rewritten the club's history book with their astonishing performances, and eternized their names in the minds of the Cottagers' fans. Only 7 players have managed to score more than 100 goals for the club, none of which is still playing football.

Steve Earle (108)

  • Full name: Stephen John Earle

  • Date of birth: 1 November 1945 (age 76)

  • Place of birth: Feltham, England

  • Playing position(s): Striker

Stephen John Earle, born 1 November 1945, is an English former footballer who played professionally in both England and the United States.

Stephen John Earle was an English midfielder who played for the Cottagers for 10 years. By scoring 108 goals in 291 appearances, Earle is placed 7th in the list of

Fulham highest goal scorers of all time


He has spent his career playing in English and American clubs. After spending 11 years with Fulham FC from 1963 to 1974, where he established himself as one of the all-time top goal scorers in Fulham history, Earle moved to

Leicester City


He stayed with the Foxes for 4 years and played 1 match for Peterborough United on loan, before moving to the United States in 1978.

In America, he played for Detroit Express, Tulsa Roughnecks and Wichita Wings. Detroit Express was an outdoor football team, but Tulsa Roughnecks club had both outdoor and indoor teams.

Earle played for Tulsa Roughnecks both outdoor and indoor teams. Having changed his career to indoor soccer, he joined Wichita Wings, which was an indoor football team, in 1980 to play in Major Indoor Soccer League for 1 season.

After his retirement, he was appointed as assistant coach at Tulsa Roughnecks in 1983. Later that year, he was named the Tulsa Roughnecks indoor head coach. Moreover, Earle later coached some other professional and youth level teams at Tulsa.

Furthermore, he is an inductee to the Oklahoma Football Association Hall of Fame. The next player on the list of Fulham top scorers of all time is Arthur Stevens.

Arthur Stevens (124)

  • Full name: Arthur Harold Stevens

  • Date of birth: 13 January 1921

  • Place of birth: Wandsworth, England

  • Date of death: 15 January 2007 (aged 86)

  • Playing position(s): Outside right

Arthur Stevens (13 January 1921 – 15 January 2007) was an English footballer who scored 110 goals from 386 games in the Football League playing as an outside right for Fulham.

Arthur Harold Stevens was a brilliant English footballer who played as a right winger. He managed to score 124 goals in 413 appearances within 18 years at Craven Cottage, making him the 6th player in the list of Fulham to goal scorers ever, and the third player who reached 100 goals with the Cottagers' shirt. Moreover, Stevens is the club's all-time top scorer in FA Cup.

He started playing football in 1937 before the Second World War with the club Wimbeldon, and continued to play for Brentford and Sutton United in the early years of the war. However, he could not play professionally until the war was over.

He joined Fulham as an amateur in 1941, and signed his first professional contract 2 years after that. However, the war took him overseas. Stevens started to be a vital part of the squad and started playing on a regular basis from 1946 for 12 years.

Regarded as one of the best players in the club's history, and one of the highest goal scorers in Fulham of all time, he was to have moved to Chelsea in 1949, but decided to stay with Fulham and help the club to the conquest of the Second Division championship in 1948-49, as well as reaching the FA Cup semi-finals in 1958.  

Furthermore, Stevens was renowned for his incredible pace, unique running style as well as his astounding skills with the ball, which enabled him to make fast runs and cut in for a powerful shot.

After his retirement, Stevens remained at the service of the club as a coach. Moreover, for a 5-week period in the December of 1964 to the January of 1965, he was the club's temporary manager.

Stevens died at the age of 86 in 2007.

Our next player on the list of

Fulham top scorers of all time

is Graham Leggat.

Graham Leggat (134)

  • Full name: Graham Leggat

  • Date of birth: 20 June 1934

  • Place of birth: Aberdeen, Scotland

  • Date of death: 29 August 2015 (aged 81)

  • Place of death: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Playing position(s): Right winger

Graham Leggat (20 June 1934 – 29 August 2015) was a Scottish international footballer.

Graham Leggat was a Scottish player who could play either as a winger or a striker, and showed astonishing performances while playing in either of the positions. With 134 goals, Leggat stands 5th in the list of

top scorers in Fulham of all time


Having been born in Aberdeen, Scotland, he commenced his career playing for his hometown club with the very same name as the city in 1953. Leggat stayed at Aberdeen for 5 years, helping them win the Scottish League title in 1954-55 as well as the Scottish League Cup in 1955-56.

His luminous spell with the Scottish Club led to a 20,000-Euro move to Craven Cottage in 1958. During his 8-year spell with Fulham, the prolific goal scorer managed to score 134 goals-including 8 hat-tricks - in 280 appearances. He played a pivotal role in the club's promotion to the top flight in 1959, and reaching the FA Cup semi-final in 1962.

Furthermore, Leggat earned himself a great popularity among the Cottagers' fans due to his agility, his scoring records and most importantly, the courageous acts he showed on the pitch.

Moreover, he entered his name in the English football top flight records book when he completed a hat-trick in only 3 minutes in a famous 10-1 win against

Ipswich Town

on Boxing Day of 1963. The record had been standing on before

Sadio Mane

broke it in 2015.

The Whites' fans became irritated when the club allowed him to leave for

Birmingham City

in December 1966, as he was one of the Fulham highest goal scorers ever. Later he played for

Rotherham United

and Bromsgrove Rovers. He also took a career on coaching

Aston Villa

, and moved to Canada in 1971 to Manage Toronto Metros.

Moreover, Leggat has featured in 18 games for

Scottish national team

and has scored 8 goals. He has also taken part in 1958 World Cup.

Furthermore, the speedy yet powerful player is a member of Aberdeen and Canada Soccer Hall of Fame.

The next player on the list of Fulham top scorers of all time is Jim Hammond with 150 goals.

Jim Hammond (150)

  • Full name: Luke Bull

  • Date of birth: 2 November 1907

  • Place of birth: Brighton, England

  • Date of death: 16 June 1985 (aged 77)

  • Height: 1.44 m (4 ft 9 in)

  • Playing position(s): Forward

Herbert Edward "Jim" Hammond (born 7 November 1907) was an English professional footballer who played as a forward. After playing non-League football for Lewes, he signed for Football League side Fulham.

Jim Hammond spent the entirety of his professional football career with the Cottagers. The English striker joined the club in 1928, and stayed at Craven Cottage for 10 years, where he became the club's all-time leading goal scorer.

He held the record until Bedford Jezzard broke it in the 50s. He currently stands 4th in the list of all-time top goal scorers in Fulham history.

Hammond showed his talent in sports at a very young age, playing football for in Sussex at the age of 16. He commenced his career with the club Lewa, which was not a League-club.

When Hammond joined Fulham in 1928, they had been competing in the Football League Third Division (South). He played a pivotal role in winning the title in 1932 by scoring 31 goals. Moreover, he was a part of the squad that reached the 1936 FA Cup semi-final. He made a total of 342 appearances for the Whites.

Furthermore, the natural sportsman also had a successful career as a country cricketer. He played in 196 matches for the cricket team Sussex between 1928 and 1946. Hammond went on to become an umpire in 1961.

He was nicknamed "Galloping Hairpin" due to his peculiar stature. Moreover, Hammond was renowned for his astonishing pace, intelligence, and power shots.

Having established his name in the history of the club as one of the Fulham top goal scorers ever, Hammond passed away in 1985 at the age of 77.

The next player on our list of

Fulham top scorers of all time

is Bedford Jezzard.

Bedford Jezzard (154)

  • Full name: Bedford Alfred George Jezzard

  • Date of birth: 19 October 1927

  • Place of birth: Clerkenwell, England

  • Date of death: 21 May 2005 (aged 77)

  • Place of death: Alton, England

  • Playing position(s): Forward

Bedford Alfred George Jezzard (19 October 1927 – 21 May 2005) was an English footballer who began football as an amateur with Croxley Boys and later Watford, for whom he made three FA Cup appearances.

Upon the resumption of peacetime football, Jezzard spent his entire professional career as a striker at Fulham, during the 1940s and 1950s.

Jezzard was an English attacker who stands 3rd on the list of the

highest goal scorers in Fulham of all time

with 154 goals in 306 matches.

He spent his amateur career with Watford, for which he appeared in 3 FA Cup matches, and joined Fulham in 1948. He spent his entire professional career with the Cottagers. He was forced due retire due to an injury in 1957.

By scoring 38 goals in 1953-54season, he holds the post-war record of scoring the most goals in a single match for the club. Not only is he revered by the fans due to him being among the Fulham top scorers of all time, but also because he was a pivotal part of the team's squad in winning their first promotion to First Division in 1948-49.

The prolific goal scorer was known for his powerful headers, as well as his ability in scoring with both feet. One of the most memorable matches of his career was when he scored 5 goals in a win against

Hull City

in 1955, alongside breaking Jim Hammond's record of scoring 142 League goals.

Moreover, he featured in 2 matches for

English national team

, and played in 3 games for England B. With 6 goals, he is England B all-time top scorer.

Furthermore, Jezzard was the manager of the Whites in the years between 1958 and 1964, helping them win the promotion to the First Division once again. He died in 2005 at the age of 77 after suffering from dementia for some time.

The 2nd player on the list of top scorers in Fulham of all time is Jonny Haynes.

Johnny Haynes (158)

  • Full name: John Norman Haynes

  • Date of birth: 17 October 1934

  • Place of birth: Kentish Town, London, England

  • Date of death: 18 October 2005 (aged 71)

  • Place of death: Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Playing position(s): Inside forward

John Norman Haynes (17 October 1934 – 18 October 2005) was an English association football player who made 56 appearances for his country including 22 as captain.

Haynes is regarded as Fulham's greatest player ever, and stands 2nd on the list of

Fulham top scorers of all time

with 158 goals. The English footballer, who played as an inside forward, holds the club aggregate appearance record with playing in 658 games for the Whites.

Moreover, he had been holding the record of scoring the most goals for the club until it was broken by Gordon Davies in 1989.

Despite the fact that he did not manage to win any major titles with Fulham and was constantly receiving offers from bigger clubs, he chose to loyal to the Cottagers and remained at the club for 20 years- from 1950 to 1970- thus he has been idolized by the club's fans as their greatest player ever, and one of the 2 Fulham highest goal scorers of all time.

 Moreover, he was nicknamed "The Maestro" due to his perfect vision and his capability in passing with both feet. Haynes was a tactically clever player with astounding control over the ball, as well as his brilliant accuracy and amazing pace.

Additionally, he was a perfectionist and wanted every team mate to play in the right way. Otherwise, he would give them a withering look.

Furthermore, the Maestro helped the club reach 2 FA Cup semi-final matches in 1958 and 1962, although they lost both, the former one to the

Manchester United

team only 1 month after the Munich air didaster, and the latter to Burnley.

Moreover, he was the key player in the club's promotion to Division One in 1959, and with his incredible performance kept them there until 1968. He had a short spell on loan with Toronto City during the off-season in 1961. Furthermore, Haynes ended his career playing for Durban City, where he achieved his only trophy- the South African League title.

Having been described "the Best Passer I have seen" by Pele, Johnny Haynes has made 56 appearances for English national team, captaining them on 22 occasions.

Haynes placed 3rd in 1961 Ballon d'Or award, and is an inductee to English Football Hall of Fame. Moreover, Haynes's statue is erected outside of Craven Cottage.

And finally, the first player on the list of Fulham top scorers of all time is Gordon Davies.

Gordon Davies (178)

  • Full name: Gordon John Davies

  • Date of birth: 3 August 1955 (age 65)

  • Place of birth: Merthyr Tydfil, Wales

  • Height: 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)

  • Playing position(s): Forward

Gordon John Davies (born 3 August 1955) is a Welsh former international footballer. He is the record goalscorer for Fulham and earned 16 caps for


between 1979 and 1986, scoring 2 international goals.

Gordon Davies was a player who played as a forward. The Welsh man is the first player in the list of

Fulham top goal scorers ever

with 178 goals, which where scored during 2 spells with the Cottagers.

Davies started his club career with the Welsh club Merthyr Tydfil, and made a move to London to begin his first spell with the Whites in 1978, which lasted 6 years. He joined another London club, Chelsea in 1984 and played for the Blues for 1 season before he was signed by Manchester City for 100,000 Euros. However, his spell with the Citizens lasted only 1 year as well, and he returned to Fulham in the October of 1986.

Davies stayed at Craven Cottage for 5 years during his second spell with the club, reaching the top of the list of Fulham top scorers of all-time, by breaking the record of Johnny Haynes in 1989. He has scored a total of 178 goals in 450 appearances for the club. At the end of his career with the Cottagers in 1991, the club granted him a match against Wales XI.

Davies returned to his country to play for the club Wrexham. He went on to sign a contract as a player-manager with the Norwegian club Tornado FK in 1992. Finally, he ended his career with the English Club Northwich Victoria in 1993.

Furthermore, Davies has featured in 16 games for his country's national team, scoring twice.

Regarded as the club's leading goal scorer, and if the record is broken, one of the

all-time top goal scorers in Fulham history

, Davies is widely admired and loved by the fans.

In Fulham's current squad,

Aleksander Mitrovic

is their best goal scorer with 52 goals. Mitrovic has made 122 appearances for the Cottagers so far, and has been a vital player in their line-up since he joined the club in 2018.

The Serbian player, who captains his national team, was crowned 2019-20 championship (first division) top scorer with 26 goals, which led to Fulham's promotion to Premier League.

Moreover, he was named in the 2019-20 Championship PFA Team of the Year. Provided the fact that he continues his scoring habits, perhaps he will enter the future lists of Fulham top scorers of all time.

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