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Millwall


Current LeagueEngland » Championship
Current GroundThe Den
Previous GroundsThe Old Den, Millwall Park
Millwall Fans1,388
Average Number of Grounds Visited57.10
Formed1885
Websitewww.millwallfc.co.uk
NicknameThe Lions
FacebookMillwallFCOfficial
Twitter@MillwallFC
Instagram@officialmillwall

New stadium effect

Millwall's old Den (or Cold Blow Lane) was famous for its hostility. Visiting teams (and fans) often feared to go there, so much of the footballing world would have breathed a sigh of relief when the Lions moved into their modern new stadium in 1993 (still known as The Den).

Whilst the hostility hasn't gone away, it's not as difficult to get a result there as the old Den - a fact which has gone on to harm the club on the pitch. From the high of a 10th place finish in 1989, to a low of 62nd less than a decade later, the arrival of the new stadium saw a downturn in the team's performances with average league position slipping from 31st to 42nd.

Despite the lack of success on the pitch, attendances have risen at the new Den - although only by a few hundred, an 8% increase from 8,479 to 9,127.

Old stadium: The Old Den (1910 - 1993, 83 years)
New stadium: The Den (Opened 1993, £16m)

Old stadium average attendance: 8,479
New stadium average attendance: 9,127
Difference: +648 (+8%)

Old stadium average league position: 31
New stadium average league position: 42
Difference: +11

Average attendance

The Old Den
1983/19844,351
1984/19856,470
1985/19865,459
1986/19875,459
1987/19888,417
1988/198915,416
1989/199012,413
1990/199110,846
1991/19927,921
1992/19939,188
The Den
1993/19949,821
1994/19957,685
1995/19969,571
1996/19977,743
1997/19987,023
1998/19996,958
1999/20009,260
2000/200111,442
2001/200213,253
2002/20038,512

League position

The Old Den
1983/198453
1984/198546
1985/198631
1986/198731
1987/198822
1988/198910
1989/199020
1990/199125
1991/199237
1992/199329
The Den
1993/199425
1994/199534
1995/199642
1996/199758
1997/199862
1998/199954
1999/200049
2000/200145
2001/200224
2002/200329

See how Millwall compare to other teams with our full New Stadium Effect analysis of all the top teams in England and Wales who have moved to a new ground since the 1980s.


Saturday 3pm kick-off stats

How often do Millwall play at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon?

Overall Saturday 3pm stats

55%
of league matches kick-off at 3pm on a Saturday
(48/88)
60%
of league home matches
(27/45)
49%
of league away matches
(21/43)

Next and last Saturday 3pms

Next Saturday 3pm home match
-
Last Saturday 3pm home match
39 days ago
13th Apr 2024 vs Cardiff City
Next Saturday 3pm away match
-
Last Saturday 3pm away match
88 days ago
24th Feb 2024 vs Southampton

Kick-off days and times

Saturday 15:00
48/88 - 55%
Tuesday 19:45
9/88 - 10%
Wednesday 19:45
5/88 - 6%
Saturday 12:30
4/88 - 5%
Sunday 12:00
3/88 - 3%
Wednesday 20:00
3/88 - 3%
Monday 15:00
3/88 - 3%
Sunday 15:00
2/88 - 2%
Tuesday 20:00
2/88 - 2%
Friday 20:00
2/88 - 2%
Friday 12:30
1/88 - 1%
Monday 12:00
1/88 - 1%
Sunday 11:30
1/88 - 1%
Thursday 19:45
1/88 - 1%
Friday 13:00
1/88 - 1%
Friday 19:45
1/88 - 1%
Tuesday 13:00
1/88 - 1%

Fixture data gathered from multiple sources. Based on all matches played since the start of the 2022/2023 season.
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Millwall Information

News about Millwall

Millwall reveal design for new look Den

Friday 14th February 2020

Millwall have revealed plans to transform the Den into a modern 34,000 seater stadium.

The Championship club have been working on the redesign plans for 2 years and have finally revealed them to the public after a land dispute with Lewisham council has been resolved - leaving the club free to redevelop the ground.

The plans would keep as much of the current stadium structure as possible, increasing capacity through the addition of a third tier on each of the stands. The work would be done in phases to minimise effect on the current capacity.

Outside the ground, the club would build a public plaza with space for events and conferencing.

At the moment, these are just plans. No planning permission has been applied for.

The Den redevelopment - image 1

The Den redevelopment - image 1

Millwall Facts

  • FA Cup finalists 2004, without beating a Premier League side en route-
    R3 Walsall (h) 2-1, R4 Telford (a) 2-0, R5 Burnley (h) 1-0, R6 Tranmere (h)1-1 (a) 2-1, SF Sunderland (n) 1-0, F Man Utd 0-3. (jmfcuk)

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