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Wigan Athletic Football Club is a football team based in Wigan, England and nicknamed "the Latics". In 2003, Wigan were promoted to the Football League Championship for the first time, and in 2005 came second in the Coca Cola Championship to gain promotion to the Premiership.

The record attendance at the JJB Stadium for Wigan Athletic is 25,017 for a match against Manchester City on December 26, 2005.

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Wigan Athletic were formed in 1932 following the demise of Wigan Borough the previous year. "Wigan Athletic" was the fifth attempt to stabilise a football club in the town following the demise of Wigan County, Wigan United, Wigan Town and the aforementioned Wigan Borough. Springfield Park, the former home of Wigan Borough, was purchased for £2,850 and the club was elected to the Cheshire League.

In the early history of Wigan Athletic, their most notable exploits came in the FA Cup. In the 1934/35 season, Wigan beat Carlisle United 6-1 in the first round, setting a cup record for the biggest victory by a non-league club over a league club, a record which still stands today.

In 1945 Wigan were elected to a different league, the Lancashire Combination, and in 1950 came close to election to the Football League, narrowly losing out to Scunthorpe United on a vote. In the 1953/54 season, Wigan played an FA Cup match against Hereford United in front of a crowd of 27,526, a Wigan Athletic record and also a record for a match between two non-league teams at a non-league ground.


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