Millwall Football Club MILLWALL
Ground: The New Den,
Zampa Road,
SE16 3LN
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Tel: 020 7232 1222
Websites: Official website
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Getting there
By Car: (approx 37 miles from HW)
M40/A40 towards central London. Head for Tower Bridge and proceed on the A100 (Tower Bridge Road) before turning left onto the A2 (Old Kent Road/New Cross Road). The ground is at the Deptford end of the A2 - turn left up Ilderton Road looking for signs for Millwall FC. Parking is limited near the ground - street parking being the only option.
Train: Nearest station South Bermondsey (5 minute walk via dedicated walkway). Trains arrive from London Bridge. From High Wycombe go to Marylebone and take the Jubilee Line from Baker Street to London Bridge. The trains to South Bermondsey generally depart on the far right-hand platform of the main station at London Bridge. Allow around 2 hours from HW. You can see The New Den from the South Bermondsey platform.
The nearest London Underground stations are Surrey Quays or New Cross Gate. Both stations are on the East-London Tube Line and are around 20 minutes walk from The New Den. Bermondsey on the Jubilee Line is a similar distance.
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Chairboy Connections
Players who have played for both Clubs.
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Jordan Archer - Goalkeeper who made 27 League appearances for Wanderers during the 2012/13 season while on loan from Spurs. His recall by Spurs in March 2013 led to Matt Ingram's debut for Wanderers. Made 13 loan appearances for Northampton Town the following season but was released by Spurs in June 2015 and eventually joined Millwall on a two year contract from the start of the 2015/16 season.

Trevor Aylott - Spent the 1982/83 season at Millwall. Went on to play for Luton Town, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Birmingham City and Oxford United. Made three Conference appearances for Wycombe, wearing his distinctive headband, under Martin O'Neill in March 1993 while loan from Gillingham. Finished his football career with non-League Bromley.

Stephen Bywater - A former trainee at Rochdale who made one First Team appearance in an Auto Windscreens Trophy tie in January 1998 before moving to West Ham United in February 1998 for 300,000. Spent a brief loan spell at Wycombe during October 1999 where he made his Football League debut aged 18 in Wanderers 2-1 victory at Blackpool. Also played on loan at Hull City during 1999/2000 before making his Premiership debut for West Ham later that same season. His career took him to Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday before signing a two year contract with Millwall in June 2013. However, his time at The New Den was not a happy one and he left by mutual consent in January 2015, having made just seven League appearances.

Steve Claridge - Nomadic striker who played for Wycombe towards the tail end of his career during the 2004/5 season. Born in Portsmouth, his played for Pompey during the 1998/9 season during a loan spell from Leicester City. He later joined on a permament basis, going on to make more than 100 League appearances and scoring 34 times. First joined Millwall from Pompey in Originally joined Wycombe on loan from Brentford in January 2005 when John Gorman was Manager. The deal was made permanent in February 2005 and he went on to total 15 apps, scoring four times.

Paris Cowan-Hall - Nippy midfielder who joined Wanderers on a free transfer from Plymouth Argyle in June 2013, making 53 appearances and scoring 11 times before a move to then 'Championship' side Millwall in December 2014 for a fee believed to be in the region of 200,000. Scored 3 League goals in 40 appearances for The Pilgrims before Wanderers kick-started his football career again.

Tony Craig - Defender who made 18 appearances for Wycombe on loan from Millwall during the 2004/05 season. Former trainee with The Lions who switched to Crystal Palace in the summer of 2007 before returning to the New Den a year later. Made four League appearances for Leyton Orient on loan from Millwall during November and December 2011. Moved to Brentford in July 2012, making more than a 100 appearances before returning again to Millwall in July 2015.

'Rab' Douglas - Former Scottish International Goalkeeper who had brief loan spells at both Wycombe and Milwall during the 2007/8 season while on the books of Leicester City. His Scottish spells earlier in his career included time at Livingston, Dundee and Celtic. Former Celtic player Paul Lambert bought him to Wycombe in October 2007 as additional cover for Frank Fielding. Went on to make three League appearances before departing at the end of January 2008. Earlier in the 2007/8 season he had made 7 loan appearances for Millwall in 'League One'. Later teturned to Scotland to play for Dundee and then Forfar, where he was still playing aged 43 at the start of the 2015/16 season.

Dion Dublin - A 19 year old Dublin made two loan appearances for Wycombe in October 1988 while on the books of Cambridge United prior to making a his First Team debut for The U's. Later moved onto Manchester United, Coventry City and then Aston Villa in million pound deals. Scored twice for Millwall in five loan appearances from Villa towards the end of the 2001/2 season. Finished his playing career with spells at Leicester City, Celtic and Norwich City.

Jermaine Easter - Scored 28 times for the Wanderers during a two year spell following a move from Stockport County in January 2007. The former Wolves trainee made his Football League debut while at Hartlepool United as a 19 year old and was part of their squad that one promotion from the basement division at the end of the 2002/2003 season. Moved to Plymouth Argyle from Wycombe in a 215,000 deal in January 2008 but failed to make an impact at Home Pack and eventually moved to MK Franchise in the summer of 2009 following loans spells with Millwall and Colchester United. Switched to Crystal Palace in January 2011, scoring 8 League goals in 55 appearances before a loan back to Millwall in March 2013, the deal becoming permanent in May 2013.

Craig Eastmond - Midfielder who made 14 'League One' appearances for Wycombe during the 2011/12 season on loan from Arsenal. The previous season he had made six loan appearances for Millwall (the Club where he had originally started as a youth player) but returned to The Gunners after breaking his ankle in training. Went on to have a loan spell with Colchester United at the start of the 2012/13 season before a permanent deal for the following season. Released by The U's in February 2015 and subsequently joined then 'League One' Yeovil Town until the end of the 2014/15 season but was released having made just one appearance.

Archie Gomm - Centre-half who made 29 First Team appearances for Wanderers during the the 1918/19 and 1919/20 seasons before turning professional with Millwall in 1920. The popular player made 187 League appearances over a ten year spell for The Lions. Spent the later part of his football career with Carlisle United.

Gavin Grant - A free transfer for Wycombe from Millwall in the summer of 2008 having made just one Football League start for The Lions following a move from Gillingham at the end of the 2004/5 season. Made ten League appearances for The Wanderers at the start of the 2008/9 campaign before being forced to leave the game due to 'personal problems'. Had a brief spell at Bradford City, also under Peter Taylor, during the 2009/10 season before a criminal conviction for murder ended his football career.

John Granville - A popular 'keeper for Wanderers who made six League appearances for Millwall under George Graham in the 1980's before his time with Wycombe. Signed by Jim Kelman at Wycombe in January 1988 as a then 31 year old and a replacement for long standing regular Gary Lester. Went on to make 165 First Team apps and was a member of the FA Trophy winning side at Wembley in May 1991 under Martin O'Neill. Left Wanderers in the summer of 1991 but returned briefly in September 2000 as a goalkeeping coach. Played for Trinidad and Tobago in the World Cup and also spent time in the American Soccer League before his time in the UK.

Chris Hackett - Winger who appeared on loan for Wycombe during the 2011/12 season while on the books of Millwall. Originally with Oxford United where he made close to 150 apps in a seven year spell before a brief spell north of the border with Hearts. Moved to Millwall in August 2006. Made five League apps for Exeter City in November and December 2011 before spending the remainder of the season at Adams Park, making 8 League appearances. Moved to Northampton Town in the summer of 2012 where he had totalled more than 100 appearances by the end of the 2014/15 campaign.

'Tim' Hinton - A prolific scorer for Wanderers in the 1920's - totalling an amazing 168 goals in 155 known First Team appearances - making him by far the best goals per game ratio in the history of the Club. Debuted for Wanderers in April 1921 and was a regular scorer throughout the early Isthmian League days - scoring in 10 consecutive League games during the 1924/25 season. Joined Millwall in the summer of 1926 but was restricted to five League appearances, although did score three times to continue his remarkable scoring record. His grandson of the same name played for the Wanderers Youth Team during the 1988/89 season and made one 'First Team' appearance in the 5-0 Berks and Bucks Senior Cup defeat at Marlow in February 1989.

Walter Keen - Centre-half for the Wanderers in the 1920's - making 36 First Team apps between January 1923 and April 1924. Made 6 Football League appearances for Millwall before a move to Fulham in 1930 and then to Clapton Orient in 1932, where he made 53 Football League appearances.

John Kerr - Canadian born striker who played at Millwall after a succesful spell at Wycombe in the late 1980's where he scored 22 goals in 48 apps. Played for Harrow Borough prior to Wycombe and also had a loan spell at Walsall

Paul Kerr - Midfielder who scored on his solitary League game for Wycombe (substitute away to Blackpool - 26th November 1994) after the then 30 year old signed a month-to-month contract under Martin O'Neill. Originally came through the youth ranks at Aston Villa before a four year spell with Middlesbrough. Moved to Millwall in March 1991 - scoring 14 goals in 44 League appearances before leaving for Port Vale in July 1992 for a 140,000 fee. Released by Port Vale at the end of the 1993/94 season. His only other First Team game for Wycombe was the Football League Trophy defeat at Shrewsbury on 29th November 1994.

Gerard Lavin - Right-back who spent a very short spell at Wycombe in January 2001 on loan from Bristol City. A former schoolboy with Watford - totalling more than 100 apps before a move to Millwall in 1995. Made 74 League apps for The Lions until a transfer to Bristol City at the start of the 1999/2000 season. Fell out of favour with City boss Danny Wilson and moved to Northampton Town during 2001/2 but made just three First Team appearances in two years before moving to Farnborough Town.

Matt Lawrence - joined The Lions in March 2000 from Wycombe in a 250,000 deal. Originally had two spells at Wycombe, split by time with Fulham where he was young player of the year.

Jason McCarthy - Defender who joined Millwall from Wycombe in the summer of 2019 for an undisclosed fee but never settled at The New Den and was loaned back to Wanderers in January 2020 for the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign. Returned to Millwall before Wycombe entered their delayed and ultimately successful League One Play-Off campaign but was signed on a permanent deal by Wanderers in August 2020 to give him another shot at Championship football. Originally a trainee at Southampton.

Stuart Nethercott - Central defender who originally joined Wyconbe on loan from Millwall in January 2004. Signed a permament deal in April 2004 and this was extended to a two year deal in the summer of 2004. Made over 200 appearance for Millwall.

Fred Onyedinma - Young striker who scored 8 times in 27 apps for Wanderers during a loan spell from Millwall during the 2014/15 season. Originally signed on a one month deal in November 2014 but this was extended until the end of the season as part of the deal that saw Paris Cowan-Hall move to the New Den in December 2014. Featured in Wanderers' two-legged League Two Play-Off Semi-Final victory over Plymouth Argyle but was an unused substitute in the final at Wembley. Rejoined Wycombe on loan during the 2018/19 season before a permanent deal was secured in the summer of 2019.

Sam Parkin - Young Chelsea striker on loan to both clubs during the 2000/1 season - making seven loan appearances for The Lions prior to a switch to Wanderers in November 2000. Best remembered for scoring the winning goal for Wanderers in the FA Cup 4th Round tie with Wolves in January 2001. Went on to join Northampton Town on loan before enjoying success after a permanent move to Swindon Town.

Ian Pearson - Prolific scorer for Wycombe during the 1976/77 season in the Isthmian League following a move from Plymouth Argyle. Moved back into the Football League the following season after a 10,000 move to Millwall - going on to score 9 times in 44 League games before a move to Exeter City in November 1978. Returned to Plymouth via Bideford Town in August 1983. Scored 24 goals in 41 League games for Wycombe.

Ben Roberts - Goalkeeper who made 15 appearances for Wycombe during the 1995/96 season on loan from Middlesbrough. Also played on loan at Bradford City during the following season while struggling to make an impact on the Middlesbrough First Team. Made 11 League appearances on loan at Millwall from Boro during the 1999/2000 season. Made a permanent move to Charlton Athletic in the summer of 2000 but was restricted to just one substitute appearance before moving to Brighton in the summer of 2003. Originally retired in 2005 aged 29 due to a back injury but returned as goalkeeper coach and chief scout for Yeovil Town in the summer of 2009 and played one game during the following season aged 34. Left Yeovil in December 2009 to return to Charlton Athletic.

Martin Rowlands - Former Wanderers Youth Teamer who was released before making a First Team appearance while at Adams Park. Brentford Went on to become a key member of the Brentford line-up between August 1998 and July 2003 before joining QPR. Made one loan appearance for Millwall from QPR in February 2011. Returned to Wycombe on loan in September 2011 and made 10 League and 1 cup appearance before returning to Loftus Road in December 2011. Released by QPR in January 2012 and signed for Colchester United later that month. Spent two years with Leyton Orient between August 2012 and May 2013 before moving to Aldershot.

Bas Savage - Striker who made five appearances while on loan from Reading during the early part of the 2004/5 season. The former trainee with Reading also played on loan for Bury (5 apps) before moving to Bristol City (23 apps - 1 goal) in November 2005. Switched to the Gillingham in September 2006 going on to make 14 League apps and scoring once before moving to Brighton where he enjoyed a succesful spell (36 apps - 9 goals). Signed for Millwall in February 2008, making 11 apps and scoring 2 goals before joining Tranmere Rovers at the start of the 2008/9 season.

Danny Senda - Made more than 300 First Team appearances for The Wanderers between December 1999 and May 2006 before signing for Millwall in the summer of 2006 on a free after he chose not to sign a new deal with Wycombe. Went on to clock up more than 80 appearances during his first two season at The New Den before injury ruled him out for the enterity of the 2008/9 season.

Adam Smith - Right sided defender who was given his Football League debut at Wycombe aged 18 in August 2009 while on loan from Tottenham Hotspur. Made three appearances in total for Wycombe before returning to White Hart Lane. Later had loan spells with Torquay United, Bournemouth and MK Dons before a brief time on loan at Leeds United in February 2012. Made 25 League appearances on at Millwall from Spurs during the 2012/12 season. Loaned again to Derby County the following season before a permanent move to Bournemouth in January 2014 and being part of The Cherries squad that won promotion to the Premier League in May 2015.

Danny Spiller - Made a single appearance for Wanderers (a 4-0 home League Cup defeat to Peterborough in August 2009) after signing a short term contract under Peter Taylor following his release from Millwall. Has made just 10 First Team apps for Millwall in two years after signing from GIllingham in the summer of 2007. Played for Welling and then Dagenham & Redbridge following his release from Wycombe at the end of August 2009.

John Sutton - Former Spurs trainee who made 10 appearances for Carlisle United on loan while still at White Hart Lane during the 2002/3 season. Moved to Scotland to play for Raith Rovers during the 2003/4 season but returned for a brief spell with Millwall later that season. However, failed to make an impact at The New Den - failing to score in five apps and returned north to play for Dundee (on loan) and then St Mirren. His goalscoring exploits north of the border led to Paul Lambert brining him to Adams Park in the summer of 2007 but after just six goals during his first season, was released to join Motherwell on a free.

David Tuttle - Former Sheffield United defender who made four appearances for Wycombe during a short spell from loan Millwall during the 2001/2 season. Became Assistant Manager to Colin Lee at Millwall and then Manager in December 2005 but could not prevent relegation from the 'Championship'. Earlier in his career he also played for Spurs, Crystal Palace and Barnsley.

Nathan Tyson - Former Reading trainee who scored 44 times in 87 appearances for Wanderers between December 2003 and November 2005 before a 675,000 move to Nottingham Forest. Scored more than 40 goals at Forest in close to 200 appearances before switching to Derby County in the summer of 2011 on a free. Made four League appearances for Millwall on loan during an indifferent time with County before another free transfer, this time to Blackpool in September 2013. Joined Doncaster Rovers in July 2014 - finding his goalscoring touch again - bagging 14 goals in his first season.

Danny Wallace - A legend at Southampton where he made close to 400 First Team apps during the 1980's. Made a high profile moved to Manchester United in September 1989 and spent four years at Old Trafford before a switch to Birmingham City in October 1993. Made three League appearances for Millwall in 1993 at the tail end of his spell at Old Trafford. His time at Wycombe came at the end of the 1994/95 campaign, where made one First Team appearance for under Martin O'Neill before retiring from the playing side.

Ray Wilkins - Former England midfielder who made one non-contract appearance for Wycombe against Luton Town in September 1996 under Alan Smith. Made close to 200 apps for both Manchester United and QPR as part of a long pro career that started as a trainee at Chelsea where he also totalled in excess of 200 apps. Made three League apppearances for Millwall in 1997 after a spell with Hibernian following his brief time at Adams Park. Als made three appearances for Leyton Orient in 1997, before retiring from the playing side. Had a spell as Assistant Manager under Dennis Wise at Millwall from October 2003 to May 2005.

Chris Zebroski - Striker who signed for Wycombe for 20,000 from Millwall in June 2008. Had been with The Lions two years (25 apps - 3 goals) after signing from Plymouth Argyle (4 apps - 0 goals). Also played on loan at Oxford United and Torquay United while at Millwall.

George Borg,
Sean Devine, Mark Foran and Lee Holsgrove were all trainees at Millwall prior to playing at Wycombe. Borg played for a Millwall XI in a friendly against Wanderers at Loakes Park in February 1976.
Chairboys all-time record against The Lions
Sat, Feb 23, 1901 Fr H L 0-4 350
Sat, Apr 23, 1904 SL2 H W 7-1
Sat, Apr 30, 1904 SL2 A L 0-3 1,200
Sat, May 5, 1921 Fr H W 4-2
Wed, Feb 11, 1976 Fr H W 2-0 300
Tue, Dec 3, 1996 FL2 H W 1-0 4,550
Sat, Mar 1, 1997 FL2 A L 1-2 7,589
Sat, Dec 20, 1997 FL2 A L 0-1 6,092
Sat, Apr 18, 1998 FL2 H D 0-0 5,371
Sat, Aug 15, 1998 FL2 A L 1-2 7,492
Sat, Jan 16, 1999 FL2 H L 0-1 5,510
Sat, Dec 11, 1999 FL2 H L 1-2 4,777
Sat, Jan 8, 2000 FL2 A D 1-1 8,945
Sat, Aug 26, 2000 FL2 A W 2-1 10,139
Sun, Dec 10, 2000 FAC2 A D 0-0 7,819
Tue, Dec 19, 2000 FAC2 H W 2-1 3,878
Tue, Mar 27, 2001 FL2 H D 0-0 5,904
Tue, Mar 27, 2001 FL2 H D 0-0 5,904
Sat, Nov 21, 2009 FL2 A W 2-0 9,728
Sat, Feb 20, 2010 FL2 H W 1-0 5,774
Tue, Aug 10, 2010 FLC1 H L 1-2 3,028
Tue, Aug 12, 2014 FLC1 A L 0-1 3,403
Sat, Dec 5, 2015 FAC2 A W 2-1 3,960
Wed, Dec 7, 2016 FLT2 A W 3-1 1,619
Sat, Oct 17, 2020 Ch H L 1-2 BCD
Sat, Feb 20, 2021 Ch A D 0-0 BCD
Fr = Friendly
SL2 = Southern League Division Two
FL2 = Football League Division Two/'League One'
FAC = FA Cup
FLC = Football League Cup
FLT = Football League Trophy
Ch = Championship
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