The Stars of Wigan Athletic Club

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Wigan Athletic Club is basically a professional club for football. It is based in Wigan (Manchester) in the United Kingdom. The teams are supposed to compete in the championship. The club was founded in the year 1932 and its members have been playing in DW stadium since the year 1999. The team of the club was elected to play in the Football League and it competed with the teams from the premium league. The team of Wigan Athletic Club won the FA cup in the matches from 2012 to 2013. They have won the Football League Trophy about two to three times and the League One and League Two matches as well. The first European campaign was embarked by the club during the Europa League of 2013 to 2014.

The players of Wigan Athletic Club are literally the stars who play the game excellently and win different tournaments. Brief information about some of the Stars of wigan athletic club has been givem below:


Jordan Flores:

He was born in the year 1995, too young though. He was one of the representatives of the Under 18 team of the club and he did this job for two years. He also gave very impressive and outstanding performances Development Squad. He also has featured in 3 of the Latics’ (in the year 2015-16) against Partick Thistle, Altrincham and Southport. A great number of fans of Lactics helped Flores to get fame and start playing in the team of the club professionally. He has earned a great name due to his out-class abilities to play the game.

Adam Bogdan:

He is also a professional player and plays for the Wigan Club as a goalkeeper. In the year 2011,  Adam made the senior international debut. He made seven appearances in the season of 2010-2011, forty one appearances in the season of 2012-2013, thirteen appearances in 2014-2015’s season and six appearances in the 2015-16 campaign. He is just twenty eight years old and he got capped almost twenty times by Hungary.

Jake Buxton:

He made one hundred and fifty eight appearances at total during his stay at iPro Stadium for the seven years. Out of 158, 52 appearances came in the season of 2013-14. He professionally started his career by first joining the local team of Mansfield Town, but now he is a great player and is one of the stars of Wigan athletic club.


David Perkins:

He plays as a midfielder. Initially he also started his career by joining a local team of club Morecambe in the year 2000. One of his biggest achievements is that he scored 6 goals in the first season he played in forty three appearances.

There are lots of other players of Wigan athletic club who play very well and have lots of fans in different countries of the world. They include the names of Max Power, Alex Gilbey, Will Grigg, Jordi Gomez, Shaun McDonald, Micheal Jacobs, Dan Burn, etc. The profiles of all these players can be checked in detail to know about their career and all.

Woman Participation In Wigan Athletic Club


“I did everything he did, but in HIGH HEELS”

Thisis a galvanizing line that can give you a trailer of power of a woman. The same power and energy can now be seen on the different sport fields as well. Their determination can give you goose bumps.

Wigan Athlete Club is having power-puff ladies in WiganLatics Ladies F.C.It was composed so that Women power of Wigan can also step on to the field. This Club was actually formed by Florence Mather. Her main purpose behind this was her daughter Michelle. She wanted her to play and be a part of competitive ladies football.

This daring darling daughter of Florence was actually born to live into this world. Her inclination towards football was something that can’t be furl into words. She started playing from the age of 7 in Wigan Junior Latics. But this was a mixed team, so after crossing her 10 she was asked to leave the team as per the league regulations from mixing of boys and girls. She started attending once in a week day coaching at a Soccer Club at Rose Bridge High School. Here this Iron-girl’s mom met Karen Platt . Here they decided to make a way for Wigan girls to reach their football destiny.



After month of long haul, the team “Wigan Girls” was established. Three teams were formed under this: – Under 12, Under 14 and Under 16 teams. Then to be a part of this football and league race, all the 3 teams under “Wigan Girls” were promoted to the maximum extent by doing mass advertisement and by spreading awareness door-to-door. Now they are counted among the triumphant teams Future looking even more bright and glorious for “Wigan Athletic Ladies”.

Wigan Athletic Ladies Football Club was formed in 1999. Presently it is taking all the girls and ladies under 9s till the open age. They are competing with Bolton Wanderers, Preston North End and Burnley to name just a few.

This Ladies Football club acted as the catalyst for change. In England, there are a vast number of coaches – including 35,000 qualified females, and volunteers who sacrificed or even still devoting their time and efforts to provide females of all ages with training and playing opportunities. These unsung heroes have been the spinal column of the women’s game for a number of years. Previously, girls had to join boys clubs in order to get the significant football coaching, due to lack of girls football clubs in England. But the efforts finally paid off and resulted in football becoming the largest female team sport in the country.



Below is the record that shouldn’t be missed by anyone: –

  • Football is the No1 female team sport in England
  • England’s world ranking is 6 in Female football team
  • 96 Teams in The FA Women’s Premier League
  • 927 Qualified female referees
  • 8,000 Young football fans attended FA Girls’ Football Festivals and Fanzones
  • 45,619 is the Record crowd at an England Women’s match
  • 3m = Number of TV viewers for the 2014 FA Women’s Cup Final between Arsenal and Everton.