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The Cherries were founded in 1890, as Boscombe St. John's Institute FC.
Arsenal Football Club:
The Gunners were founded in 1886, as Dial Square.
Aston Villa Football Club:
The Villans were founded in 1874 and have played at Villa
Park since 1897.
Brighton and Hove Albion:
The Seagulls were founded in 1901.
Burnley Football Club:
The Clarets, founded in 1882, were one of the Football
League's founder members.
Chelsea Football Club:
The Blues were founded in 1905.
Crystal Palace Football Club:
The Eagles were founded in 1905.
Everton Football Club:
The Toffees, the blue side of Liverpool, were founded in 1878.
The Terriers were founded in 1908.
Hull City Football Club:
The Tigers were founded in 1904.
Leicester City Football Club:
The Foxes were founded in 1884, as Leicester Fosse.
Liverpool Football Club:
The Reds were founded in 1892 by John Houlding; as Everton
Manchester City Football
The Citizens were founded in 1880.
The Red Devils were founded in 1878, as Newton Heath LYR
The Boro were founded in 1876.
Newcastle United Football
The Magpies were founded in 1892.
Norwich City Football Club:
The Canaries were founded in 1902.
Queens Park Rangers Football Club:
QPR were founded in 1882; after a merger.
Southampton Football Club:
The Saints were founded in 1885,
as St. Mary's.
Stoke City Football Club:
The Potters were founded in 1863,
as Stoke Ramblers.
Sunderland Football Club:
The Black Cats were founded in 1879.
Swansea City Football Club:
The Swans were founded in 1912.
The Lillywhites were founded in 1882 and became the only
non-League club to win the FA Cup, in 1901.
Watford Football Club:
The Hornets were founded in 1881; even before Elton John was born.
West Bromwich Albion Football
The Baggies were founded in 1878, as West Bromwich
West Ham United Football Club:
The Hammers were founded in 1895, as Thames Ironworks FC.
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