Wigan Athletic Score
England Championship
Brentford
Wigan Athletic 1 1
3
0
L
Wigan Athletic 1
Stoke City 3
3
0
W
Wigan Athletic 1
Blackburn Rovers
2
0
W
Huddersfield Town 2
Wigan Athletic 1
0
2
W
Wigan Athletic 1
Luton Town 2
0
0
D
Wigan Athletic Fixtures
England Championship
Wigan Athletic
Queens Park Rangers (QPR)
Barnsley
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Wigan Athletic Player
# Name Position
5
Sam Morsy Central Midfield
8
Lee Evans Central Midfield
31
Chris Merrie Central Midfield
32
Josh Gregory Central Midfield
1
David Marshall Goalkeeper
23
Jamie Jones Goalkeeper
29
Daniel Gyollai Goalkeeper
20
Joe Williams Defender
21
Cedric Kipre Defender
 
Emeka Obi Defender
 
Terrell Thomas Defender
15
Dujon Sterling Midfielder
25
Mihai Alexandru Dobre Midfielder
29
Charlie Jolley Midfielder
42
Alex Perry Midfielder
 
Christopher Merrie Midfielder
 
Kyle Joseph Forward
9
Jamal Lowe Right Wing
11
Gavin Massey Right Wing
33
Kal Naismith Right Wing
7
Anthony Pilkington Left Wing
17
Michael Jacobs Left Wing
18
Gary Roberts Left Wing
4
Lewis MacLeod Left Midfield
30
Kieran Dowell Attacking Midfield
2
Nathan Byrne Right Back
39
Jensen Weir Right Back
3
Antonee Robinson Left Back
6
Daniel Fox Left Back
12
Tom Pearce Left Back
22
Cheyenne Dunkley Centre Back
35
Adam Long Centre Back
37
Leon Aderemi Balogun Centre Back
38
Joe Gelhardt Centre Back
 
Jonas Olsson Centre Back
14
Joe Garner Centre Forward
19
Kieffer Moore Centre Forward
27
Jan Mlakar Centre Forward
 
Devante Dewar Cole Centre Forward
 
Paul Cook Coach
About Wigan Athletic
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  • Name: Wigan Athletic
  • City: Wigan
  • Home Stadium: DW Stadium
  • Established Date: 1932
  • Coach: Paul Cook
Wigan Athletic Football Club is a professional football club in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, which competes in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. They won the 2012–13 FA Cup with a 1–0 victory against Manchester City at Wembley Stadium, when Ben Watson scored the winning goal in extra time. The club also reached the League Cup Final in 2006. Wigan is also three-time winners of the League One championship (2003, 2016 & 2018) and twice winners of the EFL Trophy, in 1985 and 1999.