Middlesbrough Score
England Championship
Charlton Athletic 3
Middlesbrough 1
0
1
W
Middlesbrough 1
Nottingham Forest 1
2
2
D
Middlesbrough 3
Leeds United
0
1
L
Barnsley 2
Middlesbrough
1
0
L
Middlesbrough 1
Luton Town 4
0
1
L
Middlesbrough Player
# Name Position
8
Adam Clayton Central Midfield
16
Jonathan Howson Central Midfield
22
George Saville Central Midfield
1
Tomas Mejias Osorio Goalkeeper
30
Dejan Stojanovic Goalkeeper
 
Dimitrios Konstantopoulos Goalkeeper
43
Solomon Brynn Defender
25
Nathan Wood-Gordon Midfielder
29
Djed Spence Midfielder
32
Stephen Christopher Wearne Midfielder
35
Tyrone ONeill Midfielder
44
Hayden Hackney Midfielder
 
Hugo Neto Midfielder
 
Paddy Reading Midfielder
41
Rumarn Burrell Forward
19
Patrick Roberts Right Wing
21
Marvin Johnson Left Midfield
15
Ravel Morrison Attacking Midfield
2
Anfernee Dijksteel Right Back
5
Ryan Shotton Right Back
3
George Friend Left Back
7
Marcus Tavernier Left Back
26
Lewis Wing Left Back
33
Hayden Coulson Left Back
4
Daniel Ayala Centre Back
6
Dael Fry Centre Back
17
Patrick McNair Centre Back
18
Harold Moukoudi Centre Back
9
Britt Assombalonga Centre Forward
11
Ashley Fletcher Centre Forward
14
Rudy Gestede Centre Forward
20
Lukas Nmecha Centre Forward
42
Aynsley Pears Centre Forward
 
Jonathan Woodgate Coach
 
Jamie Clapham Assistant Coach
 
MARK VENUS Assistant Coach
 
MARC PROCTOR Assistant Coach
About Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough logo
  • Name: Middlesbrough
  • City: Middlesbrough
  • Home Stadium: Riverside Stadium
  • Established Date: 1876
  • Coach: Jonathan Woodgate
Middlesbrough Football Club is a professional association football club based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. They are currently competing in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. Formed in 1876, they have played at the Riverside Stadium since 1995, their third ground since turning professional in 1889. Middlesbrough won the League Cup in 2004, the club's first and only major trophy. They reached the 2006 UEFA Cup Final, but were beaten by Spanish side Sevilla. The club's highest league finish to date was third in the 1913–14 season and they have only spent two seasons outside the Football League's top two divisions. The League Cup win and the UEFA Cup run was part of an 11-year consecutive stay in the Premier League, before relegation in 2009. Although the club returned in 2016, instant relegation followed.