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The first extra place in the First Division went to Chelsea , who retained their place despite finishing 2nd bottom and therefore in the relegation places.
Henry Norris, the then Arsenal chairman, had recently moved Woolwich Arsenal north of the River Thames to Highbury , and needed First Division football to attract fans to their new home.
They duly won the vote and Barnsley were consigned to the second tier of English football for another 8 decades.
The club did however come close to reaching the top division in the early years. In , they missed out on promotion by a single goal. Taylor went on to be a prolific goalscorer at the highest level over the next five years, winning two league titles and also scoring 16 times in 19 appearances for the England national football team , before losing his life in the Munich air disaster in February When the Northern and Southern sections of the Third Division were replaced by national Third and Fourth Divisions for the —59 season , Barnsley were still in the Second Division , but went down to the Third Division at the end of that season.
In , Barnsley were relegated to the Football League Fourth Division for the first time, winning promotion three years later.
They went down to the Fourth Division again in , and this time stayed down for seven seasons, finally returning to the Third Division in Two years later, they went up again and quickly established themselves as a decent Second Division side throughout the s, although they still failed to clinch that elusive First Division place, despite the introduction of the playoffs in the second half of the decade, which gave teams finishing as low as fifth and eventually sixth the chance of winning promotion.
At the time of the creation of the FA Premier League in , Barnsley had been Football League members for 94 years but had still not reached the top flight.
They were, at least, in a decent position to make that breakthrough, as members of the new Division One as the old Second Division was now called.
They finished 10th a year later before finally emerging as serious promotion contenders in the —97 season , finally clinching runners-up spot and automatic promotion and gaining the top flight place that they had spent 99 years trying to win.
Barnsley lasted just one season in the Premier League but did not go down without a brave fight, and they did reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup , famously defeating Manchester United in the fifth round.
Wilson then departed to take over at Sheffield Wednesday , being succeeded as Barnsley manager by veteran striker John Hendrie , who had been a key player in the promotion-winning team.
Barnsley were the only team from outside the Premier League to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup in the —99 season , but had a disappointing season in Division One , never really looking like winning promotion and eventually finishing a dismal 13th in the final table.
Hendrie was then replaced as manager by Dave Bassett , who rejuvenated the team and took them to fourth place in — , but they lost in the playoff final to Ipswich Town.
In the following years Barnsley were not as successful, with relegation to Division Two in and administration both threatening the existence of the club.
Barnsley suffered greatly due to the ITV Digital crisis. Doyle has since left the club, leaving Gordon Shepherd and local businessman Patrick Cryne in control.
Barnsley had the distinction of playing in the last play-off final at Wembley before the stadium was closed for redevelopment,  and in won in a play-off final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff , where they beat Swansea City 4—3 on penalties 2—2 after extra-time to earn promotion to the Championship.
The manager at this time was Andy Ritchie , who was in his first season in charge after replacing Paul Hart.
The team struggled in their first season back in the Championship. Davey managed to steer the team away from relegation in the second half of the season, and the eventually finished 20th.
The following season, a much-changed Barnsley side managed a historic FA Cup run, beating Premier League giants Liverpool 2—1 at Anfield and defending champions Chelsea 1—0 to reach the semi-finals for the first time since , where they narrowly lost out 1—0 to fellow Championship side Cardiff City at Wembley.
Barnsley narrowly avoided relegation from the Championship that season, and after a disappointing start to the —10 season Simon Davey.
In May , after a difficult —11 season, Robins resigned as manager due to a dispute over the budget for the following season.
In September , Barnsley were caught up in an ongoing scandal in English football, with assistant manager Tommy Wright alleged to have accepted "bungs" in exchange for working as an ambassador for a third-party player ownership consortium.
Wright was initially suspended before being sacked by Barnsley on 28 September. Indian investor Neerav Parekh and baseball legend Billy Beane have also bought part of the club as part of the international investor consortium.
Barnsley were relegated back to the third tier in —18 , after finishing 22nd. Barnsley have spent more seasons at the second level of English football than any other team and on 3 January became the first club to achieve 1, wins in the second level of English football with a 2—1 home victory over Coventry City.
Barnsley are also the first club to play 3, games in second-level league football W, D, L The name, Oakwell, originates from the well and oak tree that were on the stadium site when first built.
Oakwell is a multi-purpose sports development in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, used primarily by Barnsley Football Club for playing their home fixtures, and their reserves.
Until the stadium and the vast amount of land that surrounds it was owned by Barnsley Football Club themselves; however, after falling into administration in the council purchased the main Oakwell Stadium to allow the club to pay its creditors and remain participants in The Football League.
Barnsley have played their home games in red shirts for most of their history. The team first wore their now traditional red shirts in Since this time, the team has worn red shirts often with a white trim.
In more recent times a black trim has sometimes been used. As with most football clubs the shirt design varies from season to season.
One particular design that stands out is the —90 season shirt which featured white stars on a red background and has been named as one of the worst shirts ever.
Sponsors names and logos were first worn in the —81 season and the club has had 12 different sponsors on the shirt in total.
Since manufacturers logos were added to the shirt in the —77 season, the club has 12 different kit manufacturers.
Traditionally, the team has worn white shorts sometimes with red or black trim for their home games with the only recent exceptions coming in the early years of the 20th century.
One other notable exception came in the Division One Playoff Final against Ipswich Town , where the team wore red shorts, thus having an all-red strip.
Again, the design changes from season to season. For —11 the kit was the traditional red, with white trim. The main design was the Barnsley Building Society eagle logo, a return to the design from — In the —16 Play Off Final, Barnsley wore the new home kit for the —17 season, but with black shorts.
In the —17 season, the home shirt was the traditional red, with a white Puma logo and club badge on the chest area. There was a white Puma logo on each shoulder.
The shorts was all white with a red Puma logo and club badge on the front. The socks of the upcoming —17 season were very much like the socks that Barnsley wore when they were promoted to the Premier League.
The most common colour for the away shirt has been white but many others have been used, including blue, yellow, black, ecru , dark green and even black and blue stripes.
One notable away strip was the —02 "Its just like watching Brazil" kit, where the team wore the colours of the 5-time World Cup winners Brazil for their away games.
In the —17 season, the away shirt was a navy blue, with a gold Puma logo and club badge on the chest area. There is a gold Puma logo on each shoulder.
The shorts was all navy blue with a gold Puma logo and club badge on the front. The socks are navy blue, with a gold stripe at either side, front and back.
In the — season, the third kit was a white shirt with a v-neck collar, with a red trim on the sleeves, and the club badge on the front of the shirt.
The Palmer logo was on the back of the shirt, and the Puma logo appears on the chest and sleeves of the shirt. The shorts were red with a white trim, which includes the sponsor logo, Bapp For Bolts, at the back of the shorts.
The socks are white, the players were seen wearing white socks, when they were wearing the third kit, during a match against Cardiff in December Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
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Barnsley Bradford City. Late penalty sends Burnley through. League Table League One Team P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Luton 30 18 8 4 58 27 31 62 2 Portsmouth 29 17 6 6 49 30 19 57 3 Barnsley 29 16 8 5 51 26 25 56 4 Charlton 30 16 6 8 47 31 16 54 5 Sunderland 27 14 11 2 48 26 22 53 6 Peterborough 30 13 10 7 49 40 9 49 7 Doncaster 28 13 7 8 51 37 14 46 8 Blackpool 29 11 10 8 31 27 4 43 9 Wycombe 30 11 9 10 41 42 -1 42 10 Fleetwood 30 10 9 11 41 34 7 39 11 Coventry 30 11 6 13 31 36 -5 39 12 Southend 29 12 2 15 38 35 3 38 13 Burton 29 10 7 12 39 39 0 37 14 Scunthorpe 30 10 7 13 38 54 37 15 Accrington 28 9 9 10 27 36 -9 36 16 Walsall 29 9 8 12 33 45 35 17 Plymouth 30 9 6 15 38 52 33 18 Gillingham 29 9 5 15 39 48 -9 32 19 Shrewsbury 29 7 10 12 32 39 -7 31 20 Oxford Utd 29 7 10 12 37 46 -9 31 21 Bradford 30 9 4 17 36 51 31 22 Rochdale 30 8 7 15 36 61 31 23 Bristol Rovers 29 7 8 14 27 32 -5 29 24 Wimbledon 29 6 5 18 22 45 Southend United Barnsley.
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Barnsley sign Yeovil winger Green. Luton sign Barnsley midfielder Moncur. The economic development of Barnsley is led by the Barnsley Development Agency.
Significant industrial employers include the Ardagh Group. A large part of Barnsley town centre was constructed during the s.
It is in the process of renovation to make space for a new retail and leisure development. Alhambra Shopping Centre , which was opened in , houses retailers such as Next , Poundstretcher ,and Primark.
Other prominent areas include Queen Street, home to Marks and Spencer , Market Street, Eldon Street and the Victorian Arcade, which houses the majority of the independent and designer retailers in Barnsley.
The town also has a large concentration of pubs and bars in the central district. There is also a cinema called Parkway Cinema Barnsley.
Outside the town centre are large retail units, retail parks and supermarkets, which include Asda , Morrisons , Currys , and Halfords.
The development of a new shopping centre was started in the town centre in late The bottle bank opened on 24 August The main transport hub is Barnsley Interchange , a combined rail and bus station that was opened on Sunday 20 May , and was the first project in the remaking Barnsley scheme to be completed.
Stagecoach Yorkshire run most bus services within Barnsley, operating to and from Barnsley Interchange. Stagecoach acquired the company from Yorkshire Traction in Train services are provided by Northern.
Northbound there is a half-hourly express service to Leeds which takes around 35 minutes augmented by a slower service via Castleford which takes around 50 minutes.
There is an hourly service to Huddersfield via the Penistone Line. Southbound there are four trains per hour to Meadowhall Interchange and Sheffield, two of which are local stopping services and two of which are express.
One service per hour continues to Chesterfield and Nottingham. Evenings and Sundays there is a less frequent service. Barnsley College is one of the largest further and higher education establishments in Europe [ citation needed ] and is situated on a number of sites throughout the town centre, chiefly the Old Mill Lane Site, Eastgate House, The Sci Tech Centre, the Honeywell Site and the Construction centre.
This is known as the University Centre Barnsley. Barnsley is home to a tradition of brass bands , which were originally created as social clubs for the mining communities.
Barnsley has long been known as Tarn by locals. His film The Price of Coal was set at a fictional Milton colliery in the Barnsley area, although the site of filming was Thorpe Hesley , near Rotherham.
There is a live rock and hip hop music scene, which reached its height in the Britpop years, around , due to its close proximity to Sheffield and Manchester.
Barnsley is the home of several live music venues such as The Underground , Shambles St and formerly hosted the Barnsley Origin Music festival BOMfest , an outdoor summer music festival which catered for local and national artists which made the Daily Telegraph top U.
Summer festivals in It is situated in Elsecar Heritage Centre and curates eight contemporary art exhibitions per year.
The HIVE programme ranges from supporting emerging contemporary artists to exhibiting the work of nationally and internationally known artists. The Civic, in Barnsley town centre, is a multi-purpose performance venue in a grade II listed building, The Civic was re-opened in March after a major redevelopment.
Barnsley is twinned with: Their home ground, Oakwell Stadium is situated in Oakwell , just outside the town centre.
The club has had a mixed recent history. In the late s they had a brief spell in the Premier League , but were relegated after one season.
Subsequent seasons saw them relegated to the third tier of English football; they were promoted to the second tier in , beating Swansea in the play off final.
After two seasons, Barnsley regained a place in the second tier, following a victory at Wembley in the Football League One play-off Final , and the winners of the Football League Trophy Final.
Speedway racing was staged at a track near Barnsley at Lundwood. The track entered a team in the Northern Leagues of and Rugby league is played in the town, at a number of clubs, past and present.
This however failed to materialise leaving only one club to represent the town. Like Dodworth and Hoyland , they participate in the Pennine League.
Also based at the Miners Welfare, Barnsley Broncos were set up to play in the less intense summer season. Shaw Lane is the home to many sports in town, cricket, rugby union, squash, bowls, football, athletics and archery are all played to a high standard and host many of the towns teams including Barnsley CC and Barnsley RUFC.
Peoples Sport in Barnsley is a project writing the history of participation in sport in Barnsley is in progress and is expected to be complete in Ardsley Golf Club, Barnsley, now defunct first appeared in the s.
The club disappeared at the onset of the Second World War. There are a number of cycling clubs in and around Barnsley, including Barnsley Road Club itself, the long-established Birdwell Wheelers and Team Cystic Fibrosis a charity-focused team , together covering many different forms of cycle sport and leisure.
There have also been various other initiatives set up to promote cycling in the town and district of Barnsley.
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