RECORDS AND SEQUENCES

WinsEdit

  • Record League win – 9–0
vs Brighton & Hove Albion, Second Division, 23 August 1958
  • Record FA Cup win – 11–0
vs Scarborough, 4 October 1890
  • Record League Cup win – 7–0
vs Hereford United, 18 September 1996
  • Record European win – 4–1
vs FC Basel, UEFA Cup, 6 April 2006
  • Record Away Win – 7-1
vs Blackburn Rovers, 29 November 1947 and Derby County, 29 August 1959
  • Most League wins in a season – 28
in the Third Division, 1986-87
  • Fewest League wins in a season – 7
in the First Division, 1923-24

DefeatsEdit

  • Record League defeat – 0–9
vs Blackburn Rovers, Second Division, 6 November 1954
  • Record FA Cup defeat – 1–8
vs Hebburn Argyle, 12 December 1896
  • Record League Cup defeat – 0–4
vs Manchester City, 21 January 1976
  • Record European defeat – 0–4
vs Sevilla, UEFA Cup, 10 May 2006 (Match Details)
  • Record Home Defeat – Five goal margin 1-6
vs Arsenal, 24 April 1999
and 0-5
vs Bury, 12 February 1910; Huddersfield Town, 25 August 1962; Chelsea, 18 October 2008; West Bromwich Albion, 19 September 2009[42]
  • Most League defeats in a season – 27
in the First Division, 1923-24
  • Fewest League defeats in a season – 4
in the Second Division, 1973-74

GoalsEdit

  • Most League goals scored in one season – 122
in 42 matches, Second Division, 1926-1927
  • Fewest League goals scored in one season – 28
in 38 matches, Premier League, 2008-2009
  • Most League goals conceded in one season – 91
in 42 matches, First Division, 1953-1954
  • Fewest League goals conceded in one season – 24
in 34 matches, Second Division, 1901-1902

PointsEdit

  • Most points earned in a season (3 for a win) – 94
in 46 matches, Third Division, 1986-1987
  • Fewest points earned in a season (3 for a win) – 28
in 38 matches, Premier League, 2016-2017
  • Most points earned in a season (2 for a win) – 65
in 42 matches, Second Division, 1973-1974
  • Fewest points earned in a season (2 for a win) – 22
in 42 matches, First Division, 1923-1924

SequencesEdit

  • Longest sequence of League wins – 9
in the Second Division, 1973-74
  • Longest sequence without a League win – 19
in the First Division, 1981-82
  • Longest sequence of League defeats – 8
in the Second Division, 1954-55
in the Premier League, 1995-96
  • Longest sequence of away League defeats – 12
in the Premier League, 2008-09
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten League matches – 24
in the Second Division, 1973-74
  • Longest sequence of draws – 8
in the Second Division, 1970-71
  • Longest sequence of League Cleansheets – 9
in the Football League Championship, 2015-16

AttendancesEdit

vs Norwich City, Premier League, 28 December 2004)
  • Lowest attendance at the Riverside – 3,918
vs Northampton Town, League Cup, 11 September 2001
vs Newcastle United, First Division, 27 December 1949
vs Brescia Calcio, Anglo-Italian Cup, 22 December 1993

AppearancesEdit

  • Youngest first-team player – 16 years and 200 days
Luke Williams (vs Barnsley 18 December 2009)
  • Oldest first-team player – 39 years and 355 days
Bryan Robson (vs Arsenal (A) 1 January 1997)
  • Most consecutive appearances – 305
David Armstrong, between March 1973 and August 1980
  • Most goals in a season – 63
George Camsell (Second Division, 1926–1927)
  • Most League goals in a season – 59
George Camsell (Second Division, 1926–1927)
  • Most goals in a single match – 5
John Wilkie, vs Gainsborough Trinity, 2 March 1901
Andy Wilson, vs Nottingham Forest, 6 October 1923
James McClelland, vs Leeds United, 9 January 1926
George Camsell, vs Manchester City, 25 December 1926
George Camsell, vs Aston Villa, 9 September 1935
Brian Clough, vs Brighton and Hove Albion, 23 August 1958
  • Most goals in the League – 325
George Camsell, 1925–1939
  • Most goals in the FA Cup – 20
George Camsell, 1925–1939
  • Most goals in the League Cup – 13
John Hickton, 1966–1978
  • Most goals in European competition – 8
Mark Viduka, 2004–2007
  • Oldest goalscorer – 38 years and 2 months
Bryan Robson, vs Port Vale, 26 March 1995
  • Youngest goalscorer – 17 years and 64 days
Arthur Horsfield, vs Grimsby Town, 17 April 1963
  • Youngest hat-trick scorer – 20 years and 6 days
Tony McAndrew, vs Sheffield United, 17 April 1976
  • Most capped player
Mark Schwarzer – 51 for Australia
Wilf Mannion – 26
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