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About Coventry City FC Tickets 2023/24

The Sky Blues have endured somewhat of a resurgence in recent years, rising up the Football League with the aim of returning to the Premier League after more than two decades without top-flight football.

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Coventry City FC History

Founded in 1883, Coventry City FC is one of England's oldest professional clubs in existence today. Despite being around since before the establishment of the First Division, Coventry only joined the Football League after WWI, featuring in the Second Division for the first time in the 1919/20 season.

In 1967 Coventry City earned promotion to the First Division and subsequently playied in the top division of English football for the first time.

The club won its first major trophy in 1987, beating Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup final at Wembley. The Sky Blues were trailing for much of the contest but equalised twice through Dave Bennett and Keith Houchen, sending the game into extra-time. An own-goal by Spurs defender Gary Mabbutt put Coventry in the lead and John Sillett's side would hold on to capture FA Cup glory.

After relegation from the Premier League in 2001, CCFC spent more than a decade in the second tier before floating up and down the Football League. The Sky Blues were relegated from the EFL Championship at the end of the 2011/12 season, and even dropped from League One to League Two in 2017.

Manager Mark Robins guided Coventry City back up the English Football League ladder, achieving two promotions in the span of three seasons for the club to return to the Championship in 2020.

Coventry City went one step further in the following years, reaching the promotion playoffs in the 2022/23 campaign. The Sky Blues reached the playoff final and came within touching distance of clinching Premier League status, but ultimately lost on penalties to Luton Town.

The following season Coventry advanced to the FA Cup semi-finals, meeting Manchester United at Wembley Stadium.

Coventry City FC Rivalries

The main rivals of Coventry City are Leicester City, with these clubs contesting the M69 Derby, referencing the motorway connecting the two cities. The Sky Blues and the Foxes haven't met all too much in recent years, but they did clash in the 2023/24 Championship season after Leicester had been relegated from the Premier League.

Coventry also had a feud with Aston Villa in the 1980s and 90s, with both sides consistent fixtures in the top flight. The two teams haven't shared a pitch since May 2001.

Coventry City Famous Footballers

No player has more appearances for Coventry City than Steve Ogrizovic. The goalkeeper spent 16 years at the club, amassing 601 appearances, before finally retiring at the end of the 1999/00 season, aged 42 at the time. Ogrizovic even scored a goal against Sheffield Wednesday in October 1986.

Brian Borrows is one of Coventry's most-capped outfield player, having made more than 400 outings for the Sky Blues. Borrows was part of the 1987 FA Cup-winning team, although he was unable to feature in the final due to injury.

Cyrille Regis signed for Coventry in 1984, in a 250,000 deal from West Bromwich Albion. The England forward scored 62 goals in 274 matches with the Sky Blues, before switching to Aston Villa in 1991.

Dion Dublin joined Coventry from Manchester United in 1994 and he went on to score 72 goals in 145 appearances for the club. Dublin remains Coventry City's top scorer in the top-flight era.

Robbie Keane was just 19 when he was acquired by Coventry in 1999. The Republic of Ireland striker netted 12 goals in 31 games during his solitary season at Highfield Road, before going on to play for the likes of Leeds United, Tottenham and Liverpool.

Coventry City Top Managers

John Sillett was at the helm when Coventry City won its first FA Cup title in 1987. He held the position until November 1990, when he was replaced by Terry Butcher.

Gordon Strachan coached the Sky Blues for more than six years, including some as a player-coach, in what was his first managerial role. The Scotsman was in charge until the early weeks of the 2001/02 season, after Coventry City had been relegated from the Premier League at the end of the previous campaign.

There were no fewer than 12 managerial appointments between Strachan's departure and the appointment of Mark Robins in March 2017, averaging a new manager almost every year. There was little Robins could do to avoid Coventry being relegated at the end of the 2016/17 season, although he would go on to do a fantastic job in returning the Sky Blues up the football pyramid.

Under the tutelage of Robins, CCFC achieved promotion twice in three years to end an eight-year hiatus away from the Championship. Nobody has overseen more matches as Coventry manager than Robins, exceeding 350 games.

Robins took Coventry City from mid-table to contenders for the Championship playoffs. The Sky Blues narrowly lost out to Luton Town in the Playoff final in 2023, after ending 5th in the regular season. The following year Coventry earned an FA Cup semi-final clash against Manchester United, the boyhood club of Robins.

Coventry Building Society Arena

The Sky Blues began playing their home games at Coventry Building Society Arena in 2005, after more than a century of being based at the iconic Highfield Road ground not far from the city centre.

Coventry Building Society Arena has a capacity above 32,000, making it one of the largest stadiums in the Football League. Also previously known as the Ricoh Arena, this ground is located in the north of Coventry.

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