Stoke City Transfers

The Latest Stoke City FC Transfer News

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Stoke City manager Tony Pulis has been extremely busy in the transfer market so far as he searches for all new talent to reinforce his squad for the start of next season. There have been many players linked to a move to the Britannia stadium from a wide variety of clubs but as of yet there have been no major developments for the manager to boast about.

The first singing prospect that Pulis has is of landing MLS player Geoff Cameron from the Houston Dynamos with a fee of around one million pounds said to have been tabled by Stoke for his services. The defender is highly prized by both his club and Tony Pulis who sees him as the perfect addition to his squad but as of yet there is no firm deal in place as negotiations continue between the two clubs.

Stoke City have also now entered the race for Blackburn midfielder Steven N`Zonzi after the player stated that he no longer wishes to stay at Ewood Park and wishes to get straight back into the action in the premier league. Stoke will have to fight off stiff competition from clubs such as Tottenham, Aston Villa and Sunderland if they are to gain his services for next season with a few of around seven million pounds being required by Blackburn.

Tony Pulis will be highly disappointed as Everton look set to land the Scottish international Steven Naismith from right under their noses. Stoke had felt reasonably confident in brining Naismith to the Britannia but once David Moyes entered the race for the forward it looked almost certain he would be playing at Goodison next season which is a huge blow for Pulis.

One of the best signings Stoke have made so far this summer is bringing former Glasgow Rangers midfielder Jamie Ness to the Britannia stadium on a free transfer after the Scottish club went into administration. Pulis has long been a fan of the player and is extremely happy to have added him to his squad. The player is currently out injured but the manager is quietly confident he can bring the player into the team by the start of the season which will be music to Stoke City fans ears.

Stoke City Game Results

Stoke City Game Results for 2016 – 2017

  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Bournemouth 2-2 Stoke City Sat 6 May
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 0-0 West Ham United Sat 29 Apr
Premier League Swansea City 2-0 Stoke City Sat 22 Apr
Premier League Stoke City 3-1 Hull City Sat 15 Apr
Premier League Stoke City 1-2 Liverpool Sat 8 Apr
Premier League Burnley 1-0 Stoke City Tue 4 Apr
Premier League Leicester City 2-0 Stoke City Sat 1 Apr
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 1-2 Chelsea Sat 18 Mar
Premier League Manchester City 0-0 Stoke City Wed 8 Mar
Premier League Stoke City 2-0 Middlesbrough Sat 4 Mar
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Stoke City Sun 26 Feb
Premier League Stoke City 1-0 Crystal Palace Sat 11 Feb
Premier League West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Stoke City Sat 4 Feb
Premier League Stoke City 1-1 Everton Wed 1 Feb
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 1-1 Manchester United Sat 21 Jan
Premier League Sunderland 1-3 Stoke City Sat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round Stoke City 0-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers Sat 7 Jan
Premier League Stoke City 2-0 Watford Tue 3 Jan
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Chelsea 4-2 Stoke City Sat 31 Dec
Premier League Liverpool 4-1 Stoke City Tue 27 Dec
Premier League Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City Sat 17 Dec
Premier League Stoke City 0-0 Southampton Wed 14 Dec
Premier League Arsenal 3-1 Stoke City Sat 10 Dec
Premier League Stoke City 2-0 Burnley Sat 3 Dec
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Watford 0-1 Stoke City Sun 27 Nov
Premier League Stoke City 0-1 Bournemouth Sat 19 Nov
Premier League West Ham United 1-1 Stoke City Sat 5 Nov
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 3-1 Swansea City Mon 31 Oct
Premier League Hull City 0-2 Stoke City Sat 22 Oct
Premier League Stoke City 2-0 Sunderland Sat 15 Oct
Premier League Manchester United 1-1 Stoke City Sun 2 Oct
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 1-1 West Bromwich Albion Sat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third Round Stoke City 1-2 Hull City Wed 21 Sep
Premier League Crystal Palace 4-1 Stoke City Sun 18 Sep
Premier League Stoke City 0-4 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 10 Sep
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 1-0 Stoke City Sat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second Round Stevenage 0-4 Stoke City Tue 23 Aug
Premier League Stoke City 1-4 Manchester City Sat 20 Aug
Premier League Middlesbrough 1-1 Stoke City Sat 13 Aug
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Stoke City 2-1 West Ham United Sun 15 May


Stoke City Latest News

Stoke City Latest Football News for the 2017 – 2018 Season

  • Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:30:36 +0000: Paul Lambert says he can sway critics and relishes ‘great opportunity’ at Stoke - Stoke City | The Guardian
    • ‘I have always done it the hard way’ says new Stoke manager
    • Lambert says funds available but defensive work needed in training

    Paul Lambert insisted he was not bothered whether he was 50th or first choice for the Stoke City job after admitting that he thought his chance to manage in the Premier League again had gone. Speaking on the day he was presented as Mark Hughes’s successor, Lambert also defended his record as Aston Villa manager and pointed to his time as a player at Borussia Dortmund as evidence that he can prove people wrong.

    Out of work since leaving Wolves in the summer, Lambert gave the impression that he was determined to make the most of an unexpected opportunity after Stoke missed out on their top three managerial targets. Gary Rowett, Quique Sánchez Flores and Martin O’Neill were ahead of Lambert on the shortlist but decided that the Stoke job was not for them.

    Related: Paul Lambert may not be a sexy name for Stoke but his CV suggests survival | Paul MacInnes

    Related: Romelu Lukaku rounds off easy Manchester United win against Stoke

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  • Tue, 16 Jan 2018 10:30:22 +0000: Paul Lambert may not be a sexy name for Stoke but his CV suggests survival | Paul MacInnes - Stoke City | The Guardian

    The Scot initially worked miracles at Norwich but was the victim of bad timing at Aston Villa and is not undeserving of another crack at top-flight management

    There were many replies under the tweet announcing Paul Lambert’s arrival as Stoke City manager. Quite a few contained the cry-laughing emoji, more than one offered season tickets for sale at a knockdown price and a single definitive statement declared “that literally might be the worst managerial appointment I’ve ever seen”. There were other examples, but you get the general gist.

    Social media being what it is, the Stoke hierarchy are unlikely to have to turned to Twitter expecting bouquets and acclaim. But Lambert’s appointment as successor to Mark Hughes has certainly not been met with universal praise. This is not least because the Scot was at best fourth in the club’s list of preferred candidates, Stoke having been previously unsuccessful in approaches to Gary Rowett, Martin O’Neill and Quique Sánchez Flores.

    Related: Stoke City appoint Paul Lambert as the club’s new manager

    Related: Romelu Lukaku rounds off easy Manchester United win against Stoke

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  • Mon, 15 Jan 2018 21:58:52 +0000: Manchester United 3-0 Stoke City: Premier League – as it happened - Stoke City | The Guardian

    With Paul Lambert watching from the stands Stoke missed a few first-half chances before eventually being steamrollered by Manchester United, for whom Paul Pogba was excellent

    And here’s your match report. Bye!

    Related: Romelu Lukaku rounds off easy Manchester United win against Stoke

    So United trim the gap at the top of the table to just the 12 points. Over the next month Stoke play Huddersfield (h), Watford (h), Bournemouth (a) and Brighton (h), four theoretically winnable games that will define the remainder of their season in a way this one never would.

    90+3 mins: Pogba ends an excellent performance by curling high and wide from the free kick, and that’s it!

    90+2 mins: McTominay is fouled by Martins Indi just outside the area, and United will have one more shot before the final whistle.

    90+1 mins: There will be about two minutes of further torture for Stoke.

    90 mins: United have a corner and don’t take it short. Instead, Rashford crosses to the defender at the near post. Still, Stoke clear straight back to a red shirt, Rashford is picked out again, and he dances into the box and sends a low shot straight at Butland.

    13 - Romelu Lukaku has had a hand in 13 goals in 16 appearances in all competitions for @ManUtd at Old Trafford this season (10 goals, 3 assists). Stage.

    87 mins: Er, five of United’s last six league games before tonight (but before that, not in the Premier League this season and only once last season, but a few times in the Champions League and assorted cups).

    @Simon_Burnton has Mata ever completed 90 mins for Mourinho?

    86 mins: An amazing chance for Stoke! The ball’s lifted into the area, Smalling totally misjudges it and Diouf’s chest control opens up half an area’s worth of space. He blasts in a shot that De Gea saves, and then slams the rebound wide with Ireland unmarked at the far post!

    84 mins: Another excellent Pogba pass finds Valencia, whose low cross is backheel-flicked goalwards by Rashford. Butland saves.

    83 mins: That will be Mata’s final contribution to the evening’s entertainment, with Scott McTominay replacing him.

    81 mins: His team are 3-0 up with the game in their pocket, but when Mata is found on the right in an excellent crossing position and succeeds only in picking out a defender, he screams at himself in rage, frustration and wild self-loathing.

    80 mins: United make their first substitutions, bringing off Lingard and Martial and bringing on Fellaini and Rashford.

    79 mins: Pogba crosses from the right, and Mata magics an over-the-shoulder flick that takes it towards Lukaku. It hits the post, but the flag is up.

    76 mins: United hog the ball for a couple of minutes, and then Martial inexplicably gives it away under no pressure. This has become humiliatingly uncompetitive, the very opposite of yesterday’s derring-do at Anfield.

    50 – Stoke City are the first team in Europe’s big five divisions to concede 50 league goals this season. Downpour.

    75 mins: It’s raining so hard you can hardly hear the commentators.

    74 mins: This half has been kind of like the first, except without Stoke having any chances or doing at all well at anything.

    Finally United stick a chance away! Lingard runs 60 yards and passes to Martial, who pings it at pace into Lukaku’s chest inside the area. It drops at his feet, and he shifts it onto his left foot and slams it inside the near post!

    70 mins: A final Stoke change: Peter Crouch is off, and Mame Biram Diouf is on.

    69 mins: And a few minutes ago I completely failed to mention United having a goal disallowed: Lukaku’s low shot was well saved, and Lingard’s follow-up was flicked in by Mata, two yards out and five yards offside.

    68 mins: And another booking, this time for Ireland, for cynically clipping Mata’s ankles.

    67 mins: Jones brings the ball out from defence, shimmies past a few Stoke midfielders in unlikely style and passes to Lukaku, who goes down under a fairly humdrum challenge from Martins Indi, bounces up and squares up to the Stoke defender aggressively. Lukaku is booked.

    65 mins: And again! Shaw goes down the left, and then goes further down the left, and his low cross was going to be pretty rubbish but it flicks off Zouma’s calf and spins to Lingard, who touches to Mata, who blasts a snap-shot high!

    63 mins: Lingard trips Fletcher, and is booked.

    62 mins: And the home side come close again! Lingard forces Zouma into losing the ball – not the first time the defender has lumbered upfield only to give possession away – Lukaku takes it and passes infield to Lingard, who goes right to Mata, whose shot flies back across goal and just wide of the far post.

    60 mins: Stoke take off Choupo-Moting, and bring on Ramadan Sobhi.

    59 mins: Not sure how United failed to score here. Pogba crosses low from the left; Martial controls it, somehow bounces between Wimmer and Martins Indi, and then sidefoots a low shot from eight yards that goes straight to Butland.

    58 mins: Ireland tackles Martial in the area but the ball breaks to Mata, whose cross is overhit but the ball breaks to Pogba, whose shot hits a defender but goes behind for a corner. It’s played short, and nothing comes of it. I don’t know what’s up with United and these short corners.

    55 mins: “Paul Lambert’s barmy army!” sing the away fans.

    55 mins: He then span and blasted a decent left-footed shot at goal, to be fair. Butland saved.

    54 mins: Pogba chips a pass to Lukaku, who controls on his chest and attempts to flick it over his shoulder and back to Pogba, but instead hits himself in the face.

    52 mins: Pogba now has nine assists for the season, taking him level with Leroy Sane and Kevin de Bruyne at the top of the assists table. Impressive, particularly given that he’s missed seven league games through injury and three through suspension. This is his 13th league game; De Bruyne has played 23.

    Paul Pogba provided the assist for Manchester United's last 4 PL goals. The last player to assist for 4 successive Man United PL goals was Ryan Giggs: 5 in a row in September 2009. #MUFC #MUNSTK

    49 mins: Pogba plays the ball through to Martial, but Butland races from his line to reach it first. Just.

    48 mins: Shaqiri and Shaw fight for the ball on United’s left flank. United win the throw-in, Shaqiri is shouldered into the advertising hoardings, and he bashes them in rage.

    46 mins: They’re back under way, and Stoke have brought Kevin Wimmer on for the second half, taking off Josh Tymon.

    Last summer, Antonio Valencia was asked what his aims for the forthcoming season were:

    There is always something to improve on and, this season, I will try to be better with my left foot. I will shoot more, try to do more with it and I hope, this year, I can achieve this. Overall, I just wish to be better and, God willing, things will go the right way for me and for the team.

    45+2 mins: And that’s it, for now. It hasn’t been entirely one-sided. Stoke have had a couple of very decent chances. But they didn’t take them, United scored a couple of absolute beauties, and the game seems all wrapped up and ready for them to apply a bow and a little mini gift-card-on-golden-string thing in the second half.

    45+2 mins: Shaqiri controls brilliantly, cuts past the onrushing Jones, and sends a stinging low shot towards the corner. De Gea makes a difficult save look easy.

    45+1 mins: Into stoppage time, of which there’ll be a minute or so.

    45 mins: Martial has another shot from outside the area, but this one goes over. Again this followed work from Lukaku on the right wing, where he’s been hanging out rather a lot.

    42 mins: Mata’s fine pass finds Martial, who controls, shimmies, twists and prods a pass to Lukaku, running into the area. Any kind of half-decent control would have left him with a simple finish, but he couldn’t quite bring it under his spell.

    40 mins: United have scored two absolute beauties. “Going down!” sing their fans at the visitors.

    Lukaku is on the right again. This time he passes infield to Pogba, who passes further infield to Martial, who curls a brilliant right-foot shot into the top corner from 22 yards!

    37 mins: Another lovely long pass to a full-back, this time Shaqiri’s to Bauer, but the Stoke man is so far from any of his team-mates that his low cross just looks a little silly. “People here in Ecuador are freaking out that Antonio Valencia scored with his left foot,” reports Matthew Carpenter-Arevalo from Quito. “Have you ever seen him use his left foot? it’s almost as glorious as when the world discovered that Zoolander was indeed an ambi-turner.”

    36 mins: Pogba strikes a ludicrous 50-yard pass downfield and into the path of Shaw, who catches it just before it rolls out of play and pulls back to Martial, whose shot deflects wide. United take the corner short, and nothing comes of it. Again.

    34 mins: Mata exchanges passes with Valencia, bursts into the penalty area and goes down as Martins Indi approaches, a dive so ridiculous even the perpetrator immediately leaps up to indicate to the referee that there was nothing in it.

    31 mins: United win another corner, and play this one short as well. Lingard does eventually cross this time, but Butland catches, fumbles, and catches again.

    29 mins: Lukaku is in the penalty area for the corner, but the ball isn’t, as it’s played short and then crossed half-heartedly. Shaw runs onto the clearance and slams in a shot from 35 yards, which Butland gathers.

    29 mins: Excellent work from Lukaku on the right, and then a lovely cross at the end of it, but sadly he can’t also be in the middle to win the header. Corner.

    26 mins: “That is literally (yes, literally) the first time I have ever seen Valencia ever touch a ball with his left foot,” writes Bryan Tisinger of the goal. “Obviously Stoke didn’t think it was possible. Has anyone else ever seen him touch a ball with his left foot?” Well I’ve been through every photograph we’ve got of him, and I do believe I’ve found one where he’s about to do just that!

    25 mins: Stoke nearly score again! A long cross from the right is nodded down by Crouch, with De Gea committed but nowhere, and Jones somehow gets in the way of Choupo-Moting’s shot!

    21 mins: Ooooh! Ireland, in the centre circle, passes to the right and starts running. It’s moved inside to Shaqiri, who touches to Ireland, now bursting into the penalty area, and he shoots just wide!

    20 mins: Mata hits it into the wall.

    19 mins: Lingard is tripped by Allen, a couple of yards outside the penalty area, and United have a fine shooting chance.

    17 mins: Stoke find space on the right, and Bauer passes to Ireland, who has the freedom of the penalty area. The ball forces him to control with his back to goal, and he spins and fires wide.

    15 mins: United are giving Stoke a bit of a pummelling at the moment. Valencia may have kicked the ball more than six times with his left foot in a United shirt, but until tonight he had never scored with it.

    13 mins: “Some competition for Barry’s stat gun,” writes Michael Meagher. “That is only the 6th time Antonio Valencia has kicked the ball with his left foot in his entire Manchester United career.” And another stat:

    That's the 18th goal Stoke have conceded away to top-six opposition this season in 280 minutes. Average of 15.5 minutes per goal conceded. #MUFC #SCFC #MCFC #THFC #CFC

    11 mins: Stoke have a shot! Fletcher lifts the ball into the box, where Shaqiri, with Shaw closing him down, scissor-kicks it goalwards. De Gea saves with ease, but it did look very good.

    10 mins: Pogba carries the ball infield from the left and then finds Valencia on the other wing, who cuts inside Tymon, gets into the box and sends the ball curling into the far corner with his left foot, as sweet a strike as you’ll ever see!

    What a hit! An absolute peach from the United right-back!

    7 mins: Mata clips the ball into the area, where Martial has got in front of Bauer. Both players go a-tumbling, and the Stoke debutant had his arms around the Frenchman when they did so. Not exactly an assault, but probably a foul. The referee waves play on.

    4 mins: Martial gets into space on the left of the penalty area, but his cross hits a defender, pings into another defender, and is cleared.

    3 mins: Obviously it was Jack Butland with the towel, and not someone who doesn’t play for either team. Manchester United win a free kick, and then another free kick, and shortly afterwards another free kick, none of them anywhere near Stoke’s area.

    1 min: It took 35 seconds for United to touch the ball. Then Valencia launches it downfield to nobody, and Stoke have it back again.

    1 min: Rumble!

    Preliminaries completed. Ready to rumble.

    United have turned up, and the players are now on the pitch! To celebrate, here’s a stat:

    Prepare to be strafed by a hail of bullets from my Stoke City Stat Gun: In eight Monday night appearances since football began in 1992, they have never lost. Never.

    It is pouring in Manchester. Stoke’s players are in the tunnel, all alone at the moment. Jack Butland is carrying a large towel, and will need it.

    Jose Mourinho speaks! Firstly, about the gap since their last game:

    We recovered some injured players. We had the possibility to work really well, which we really cannot do when we play every three days. That compensates the fact we didn’t have competition for quite a while, but I think we needed, to be together, living together for one week, to be together, training. Hopefully we can take advantage in the second part of the season.

    Valencia was injured, but other guys, they had lots of minutes in their legs, and after the Christmas period to have this week i think is important for the future. We have Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup to come and the more players we have available the better.

    Here’s Moritz Bauer on signing for Stoke. And here he is, six days later, making his debut at Old Trafford:

    It’s the biggest stage, you play against the biggest teams, the superstars. To compete with these kind of teams you are running out of words to say what it means. Of course one of the dreams is coming true but Stoke is a big club, not like some of the clubs in the Premier League. I’m really happy to be here.

    There is no Mkhitaryan in Manchester United’s squad, as Jose Mourinho makes three changes. Stoke may have “tried not to change too much”, but there are still five of them.

    Eddie Niedzwiecki speaks:

    Paul came in to see the players at 4.45pm tonight, spoke to them briefly and told them he’d see them in the morning. It has been a tough week, but since the first day I’ve prepared myself for this game, try to do it as best as I possibly can, as we always have. I’ve tried not to change too much.

    [On team changes] This season we’ve never been able to keep a back three, or four, or five, together for any period of time. Injuries have taken their toll on us and they have again tonight. Moritz Bauer, I thought I had to throw him in. In Bruno’s case, it’s a risk, he hasn’t played since the middle of December, but needs must. I had to make a decision at left-back, so that’s what I’ve done.

    The team sheets are in, and here are our entertainers tonight:

    Man Utd: de Gea, Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Shaw, Pogba, Matic, Mata, Lingard, Martial, Lukaku. Subs: Lindelof, Rojo, Rashford, Ander Herrera, Fellaini, McTominay, Joel Pereira.
    Stoke: Butland, Bauer, Zouma, Martins Indi, Tymon, Fletcher, Shaqiri, Allen, Ireland, Choupo-Moting, Crouch. Subs: Wimmer, Afellay, Adam, Diouf, Sobhi, Grant, Edwards.
    Referee: Anthony Taylor.

    Here is how the Reds line up for #MUNSTK...

    Eddie Niedzwiecki makes 7⃣ changes to tonight's team that faces @ManUtd at Old Trafford.

    Bauer, Martins Indi, Tymon, Fletcher, Shaqiri, Choupo-Moting and Crouch all make the starting XI.

    City line-up in a 4-2-3-1 formation.#SCFC ⚪️

    Hello world!

    There should be no problem with motivation for this one: Manchester City have finally lost a game, so tonight United have the chance to set the title chase alight by reducing the gap at the top of the table to just 12 points! And everyone’s playing for their places, with Alexis Sánchez expected to turn up and steal someone’s spot any day now. Meanwhile Stoke will have new manager Paul “I am Bert” Lambert sitting in the stands watching his new side as Eddie Niedzwiecki and Kevin Russell take charge of the team, the players knowing that he has already delivered to a wowed boardroom what Peter Coates called “a clear plan of how he would improve our results”, wondering if they were included in his virtuoso PowerPointsmanship and hoping to crowbar themselves into his thinking if it didn’t. Plus they’re playing at Old Trafford, so there’s also that. And they’re not being managed by Mark Hughes any more, a fact that has certainly lifted my spirits as a neutral who is occasionally professionally obliged to watch Stoke, and must surely have an even greater impact on those who are permanently professionally obliged to play for them.

    Simon will be here shortly. In the meantime you can catch up with the latest on Alexis Sánchez’s potential move to Manchester United …

    Related: Alexis Sánchez transfer: Manchester City close to walking away in chase

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  • Mon, 15 Jan 2018 21:54:21 +0000: Romelu Lukaku rounds off easy Manchester United win against Stoke - Stoke City | The Guardian

    Manchester United took advantage of Manchester City’s defeat at Liverpool to close the deficit to 12 points with this accomplished win. It is still a chasm but José Mourinho and co will feel better and the club will be boosted further should they secure Alexis Sánchez, with them now firmly in pole position to do so. Paul Lambert, the newly appointed Stoke City manager, watched on from the posh seats but saw United again deny the Potters victory here, their last coming in April 1976.

    Of the display Mourinho said: “I didn’t like the first half. I only like [our] two amazing goals. We were confident and organised but a bit slow. The second half was totally different. We accelerated the game.”

    Related: Manchester United v Stoke City: Premier League – live!

    Related: Manchester United spending a fortune to get Alexis Sánchez at 29 makes sense

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  • Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:34:28 +0000: Stoke City appoint Paul Lambert as the club’s new manager - Stoke City | The Guardian
    • Former Wolverhampton and Blackburn head coach in charge
    • Lambert replaces Mark Hughes, sacked after FA Cup defeat

    Stoke City have appointed Paul Lambert as the club’s new manager. The former Wolverhampton and Blackburn head coach has replaced Mark Hughes, who was sacked after Stoke’s defeat in the third round of the FA Cup against Coventry. Lambert has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract.

    Related: Martin O’Neill rules himself out of contention to take over at Stoke

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  • Thu, 22 Jun 2017 21:16:27 +0000: Crouch still hungry for goals at Stoke - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Stoke City | BBC
    Stoke City striker Peter Crouch, who turns 37 in January, wants to carry on playing football as long as he can.
  • Tue, 20 Jun 2017 12:53:36 +0000: Bennell charged with 14 further offences - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Stoke City | BBC
    Ex-football coach Barry Bennell faces 14 further charges of historical sex abuse, prosecutors say.
  • Mon, 19 Jun 2017 12:20:00 +0000: Stoke keen to extend Shawcross contract - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Stoke City | BBC
    Stoke City hope to extend Ryan Shawcross' contract and also sign loan man Bruno Martins Indi on a more permanent deal.
  • Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Stoke City | BBC
    Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.
  • Thu, 01 Jun 2017 16:19:13 +0000: Stoke sign Fletcher on free transfer - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Stoke City | BBC
    Stoke have signed midfielder Darren Fletcher on a free transfer from West Brom on a two-year deal.



Stoke City Games Fixtures

Stoke City Games Fixtures for 2016 – 2017

  Competition Fixture Date Kick-off Status
Premier League Stoke City V Arsenal Sat 13 May 17:30
Premier League Southampton V Stoke City Sun 21 May 15:00

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