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The Football Ground is now known as the Macron Stadium. ( Previously Reebok Stadium)
The stadium capacity is 29,000.
The current record holder for the most goals scored is held by Nat Lofthouse, and stands at 285 goals.
The local derby teams are Bury and Blackburn Rovers.
The Official League is the English Championship.
Bolton Football Club was formed in 1874 and renamed to Bolton in 1877.
For anyone wishing to visit the ground, we recommend looking at the Stadium Guide resource here.
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- Sat, 23 Oct 2021 16:50:53 +0000: Bolton Wanderers 2-2 Gillingham - BBC Sport
Dapo Afolayan and Kieran Lee score late on to earn Bolton a dramatic 2-2 League One draw with Gillingham.
- Fri, 22 Oct 2021 13:38:54 +0000: Antoni Sarcevic: Stockport County sign Bolton Wanderers skipper - BBC Sport
Stockport County sign Bolton Wanderers captain Antoni Sarcevic on a two-and-a-half year deal.
- Tue, 19 Oct 2021 21:41:37 +0000: Plymouth Argyle 3-0 Bolton Wanderers - BBC Sport
Ryan Lowe's Plymouth maintain top spot with a 3-0 home win over Bolton to make it three League One wins on the spin and 13 unbeaten.
- Sat, 16 Oct 2021 18:58:45 +0000: Bolton Wanderers 0-4 Wigan Athletic: Trouble overshadows impressive Latics win - BBC Sport
Wigan thrash rivals Bolton but crowd trouble sees missiles and flares thrown as well as advertising hoardings torn down.
- Thu, 14 Oct 2021 13:57:26 +0000: Roger Hunt funeral: Liverpool legends pay tribute at service - BBC Sport
"Sir Roger" is the club's record league scorer and was part of England's 1966 World Cup-winning side.