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When many of us think of Fulham, the first thing that comes to mind is, of course, football. Fulham Football Club was established in 1879, making it the oldest club in London. Craven Cottage is also one of the oldest stadiums in the capital too. This was built in 1896, a few years after the club was first formed.
Now the biggest rival Fulham has, and likely always will, is Chelsea. Stamford Bridge is only a stone’s throw away on Fulham Road, of course. However, in the 800s, Fulham had a different rivalry going on, one that was even more intense!
You see, in 704, The Bishop of London acquired the manor of Fulham. Sadly, there’s not much evidence to suggest what Fulham looked like at this time, but it was very likely natural woodland and farmland, perhaps with a few very small settlements. In 879, though, the Vikings came to town. They set up shop in Fulham and started a fishing settlement that lasted until 1391. The Vikings were pushed out long before this, of course, but it just shows that Fulham’s history of rivalries dates back long before Chelsea came into being!
Fulham’s history doesn’t just concern football and the Vikings, though. There was a huge industry in Fulham throughout the 19th century, and the first “talking pictures” were shown in Fulham Theatre in 1904! So, whether you love the movies, football or Viking anglers, you’ll never be without some entertainment in Fulham!