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Sunderland AFC are a football club based in the City of Sunderland, Tyne & Wear. Since their formation in 1879, they have won six top flight titles with their last in 1936. They have reached a number of cup finals and are widely regarded as one of the bigger clubs in England, alongside their local rivals - Newcastle United. Nicknamed the Black Cats, Sunderland also had an eight-part Netflix documentary titled 'Sunderland Till I Die' which documented the season they were relegated from the EFL Championship, a season which arguably is the worst season in their history. Always an entertaining club for viewers, they're known for having a fantastically loyal fanbase with massive attendances, even during their spell in the lower leagues.
- First Division: 6 Wins (1891/92, 1892/93, 1894/95, 1901/02, 1912/13, 1935/36)
- Second Division: 5 Wins (1975/76, 1995,96, 1998/99, 2004/05, 2006/07)
- FA Cup: 2 Wins (1936/37, 1972/73)
- League Cup: 0 Wins (Runner-Up twice)
- EFL Trophy: 1 Win (2020/21)
Sunderland Current Details
- Head Coach: Tony Mowbray
- Captain: Corry Evans
- Key Players: Jack Clarke, Bradley Dack, Pierre Ekwah
Betting on Sunderland in 2023/24
Sunderland are looking to push for the play-off spots in the Championship in the next two seasons. They had an incredibly strong 2022/23 season but whether or not we will see the same success in 2023/24 remains to be seen. The club lost Ross Stewart but have brought in young talented players such as Jobe Bellingham. Their season may be defined on whether or not Bradley Dack can stay fit and recapture his form of his first 12 months in the Championship where he scored 15 goals in a single season.