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England Players' Club Affiliations
Leyton Orient/
Clapton Orient/
Orient

Leyton Orient FC Profile

Club name Leyton Orient Football Club, since 1987
Previous names Orient FC 1966-87; Leyton Orient FC 1946-66; Clapton Orient FC 1898-1946; Orient FC 1888-98; Eagles FC 1886-88;
Ground(s) Brisbane Road, since 1937; aka Matchroom Stadium, Leyton Stadium; previously occupied Lea Bridge Road 1930-37; Millfields Road 1900-30;

Founded

1881 as Glyn Cricket & Football Club; turned professional 1903;
Colours red shirts, red shorts, red stockings
Domestic honours Football League Division Three winners 1969-70; Division Three SOuth winners 1955-56;
European honours None
International honours None
Most capped player Tunji Banjo, Nigeria; John Chiedozie, Nigeria; Tony Grealish, Republic of Ireland; 7

 

Player
No.
England Players Years Starts Subs Apps Capt Goals
Clapton Orient F.C.
437 Williams, Owen 1922-23 2 0 2 0 0
489 Townrow, John Edward/Ernest 1925-26 2 0 2 0 0
2 Total 1922-26 4 0 4 0 0

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