|Football League Championship||16th|
|FA Cup||Fifth round|
|League Cup||Third round|
|Top goalscorer||League: Darius Henderson (15)|
All: Darius Henderson (19)
|Highest home attendance||16,085 v Crystal Palace (31 December 2011)|
|Lowest home attendance||League: 9,062|
v Doncaster Rovers (29 November 2011)
v Morecambe (24 August 2011)
|Average home league attendance||11,486|
The 2011–12 Football League Championship is Millwall's 85th season in the Football League and 37th in the second tier of English football. It is Millwall's second continuous season in the Championship, after promotion from League One in 2010. This season marks manager Kenny Jackett's fourth full season in charge of the club.
The 2011–12 Football League Championship was the eighth season of the league under its current title and nineteenth season under its current league division format.
Millwall Football Club is a professional football club in Bermondsey, South East London, England. They compete in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. Founded as Millwall Rovers in 1885, the club has retained its name despite having last played in the Millwall area of the Isle of Dogs in 1910. From then until 1993, the club played at what is now called The Old Den in New Cross, before moving to its current home stadium nearby, called The Den. The traditional club crest is a lion rampant, referred to in the team's nickname 'The Lions'. Millwall's traditional kit consists of blue shirts, white shorts, and blue socks.
Kenneth Francis Jackett is a former professional footballer and manager of Portsmouth in League One.
Last updated: 28 April 2012.
Source: The Football League
|11 July 2011||Shelbourne||0 – 3||Millwall||Tolka Park|
|20:00||Report|| Marquis |
|19 July 2011||Dartford||0 – 5||Millwall||Princes Park|
|19:45||Report|| Henry |
|6 August 20111||Reading||2 – 2||Millwall||Madejski Stadium|
|15:00|| Manset ||Report|| Henderson |
Referee: Anthony Bates
|13 August 20112||Millwall||2 – 0||Nottingham Forest||The Den|
|15:00|| Henderson |
Referee: G. Scott
|17 August 20113||Millwall||2 – 2||Peterborough United||The Den|
|19:45|| Trotter |
|Report|| Frecklington |
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
|11 September 20116||Birmingham City||3 – 0||Millwall||St Andrew's|
|12:30|| Wood ||Attendance: 17,901|
|24 September 20118||Derby County||3 – 0||Millwall||Pride Park Stadium|
|15:00|| Bryson |
|27 September 20119||Watford||2 – 1||Millwall||Vicarage Road|
|19:45|| Dickinson |
|report|| Feeney ||Attendance: 10,592|
|15 October 201111||Middlesbrough||1 – 1||Millwall||Riverside Stadium|
|15:00|| Robson ||report|| Trotter ||Attendance: 16,669|
|18 October 201112||Millwall||1 – 1||Brighton & Hove Albion||The Den|
|19:45|| Simpson ||report|| Noone ||Attendance: 11,688|
|22 October 201113||Leicester City||0 – 3||Millwall||King Power Stadium|
|15:00||report|| Henderson ||Attendance: 21,991|
|29 October 201114||Millwall||4 – 1||Ipswich Town||The Den|
|15:00|| Simposon |
|report|| Bullard ||Attendance: 12,464|
|1 November 201115||Millwall||3 – 0||Coventry City||The Den|
|19:45|| Henderson |
|5 November 201116||Blackpool||1 – 0||Millwall||Bloomfield Road|
|15:00|| K Phillips ||report||Attendance: 12,455|
|20 November 201117||Millwall||1 – 2||Bristol City||The Den|
|13:15|| Simpson ||report|| Maynard ||Attendance: 10,252|
|29 November 201119||Millwall||3 – 2||Doncaster Rovers||The Den|
|13:15|| Trotter |
|report|| Sharp ||Attendance: 9,062|
|3 December 201120||Leeds United||2 – 0||Millwall||Elland Road|
|12:30|| Snodgras ||report||Attendance: 27,161|
|17 December 201122||Hull City||2 – 0||Millwall||KC Stadium|
|13:15|| Smith |
|[ report]||Attendance: 17,841|
|2 January 201225||Bristol City||1 – 0||Millwall||Ashton Gate Stadium|
|15:00|| Maynard ||report||Attendance: 12,410|
|14 January 201226||Millwall||0 – 6||Birmingham City||The Den|
|15:00|| Lowry |
|report|| Davies |
|21 January 201227||Barnsley||1 – 3||Millwall||Oakwell|
|15:00|| McNulty ||report|| Henderson ||Attendance: 9,185|
|4 February 201229||West Ham United||2 – 1||Millwall||Boleyn Ground|
|15:00|| Cole |
|14 February 201231||Brighton & Hove Albion||2 – 2||Millwall||Falmer Stadium|
|19:45|| Vokes |
|report|| Keogh |
|21 February 201232||Millwall||1 – 3||Middlesbrough||The Den|
|19:45|| Henderson ||report|| Emnes |
|25 February 201233||Burnley||1 – 3||Millwall||Turf Moor|
|15:00|| Rodriguez ||report|| Keogh |
|3 March 201234||Millwall||1 – 2||Reading||The Den|
|15:00|| Keogh ||report|| Robson-Kanu |
|7 March 201235||Peterborough United||0 – 3||Millwall||London Road Stadium|
|19:45||report|| Bouazza |
|10 March 201236||Nottingham Forest||3 – 1||Millwall||City Ground|
|15:00|| McCleary |
|report|| Darius Henderson ||Attendance: 19,413|
|17 March 201237||Millwall||2 – 3||Southampton||The Den|
|15:00|| Fonte |
|report|| Lambert ||Attendance: 12,144|
|20 March 201238||Doncaster Rovers||0 – 3||Millwall||Keepmoat Stadium|
|19:45||report|| Keogh |
|7 April 201241||Millwall||2 – 0||Hull City||The Den|
|15:00|| Kane |
|14 April 201243||Millwall||2 – 1||Leicester City||The Den|
|15:00|| Kane |
|report|| Drinkwater ||Attendance: 11,525|
|21 April 201245||Ipswich Town||0 – 3||Millwall||Portman Road|
|15:00||report|| Keogh |
|9 August 2011 1st round||Plymouth Argyle||0 – 1||Millwall||Home Park|
|19:45||Report|| N'Guessan ||Attendance: 4,781|
Referee: Keith Stroud
|7 January 2012 3rd round||Dagenham & Redbridge||0–0||Millwall||London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium|
|17 January 2012 3rd round replay||Millwall||5–0||Dagenham & Redbridge||The Den|
|19:45|| Henderson |
|28 January 2012Round 4||Millwall||1–1||Southampton||The Den|
|15:00|| Henderson ||report|| Lambert ||Attendance: 8,278|
|7 February 2012Round 4 replay||Southampton||2–3||Millwall||St Mary's Stadium|
|19:45|| Lallana |
|report|| Trotter |
|No.||Pos||Nat||Player||Total||Championship||FA Cup||League Cup|
|Players featured for club who have left:|
|Place||Position||Nationality||Number||Name||Championship||FA Cup||League Cup||Total|
|Number||Nationality||Position||Name||Championship||FA Cup||League Cup||Total|
|No.||Name||Nat.||Place of birth||Date of birth||Club apps.||Club goals||Int. caps||Int. goals||Previous club||Date joined||Fee|
|1||David Forde||Galway||20 December 1979||162||0||2||0||Cardiff City||5 June 2008||Free|
|2||Alan Dunne||Dublin||23 August 1982||252||20||-||-||N/A||1 June 2000||Trainee|
|3||Tony Craig||London||20 April 1985||205||7||-||-||Crystal Palace||11 July 2008||Undisclosed|
|5||Paul Robinson||London||7 January 1982||287||22||-||-||N/A||1 August 2001||Trainee|
|6||Liam Trotter||Ipswich||24 August 1988||60||9||-||-||Ipswich Town||24 June 2010||Free|
|7||Darius Henderson||Sutton||7 September 1981||-||-||-||-||Sheffield United||29 June 2011||Undisclosed|
|8||Hamer Bouazza|| Évry ||22 February 1985||12||1||15||2||Arles-Avignon||28 January 2011||£87,000|
|9||John Marquis||London||16 May 1992||13||4||-||-||N/A||1 August 2009||Trainee|
|10||Josh McQuoid|| Southampton ||15 December 1989||11||1||3||0||Bournemouth||6 January 2011||£515,000|
|11||Shaun Batt||Luton||22 February 1987||17||3||-||-||Peterborough United||16 June 2010||Undisclosed|
|12||Chris Hackett||Oxford||1 March 1983||139||6||-||-||Heart of Midlothian||3 August 2006||Free|
|14||James Henry||Reading||10 June 1989||73||13||-||-||Reading||28 July 2010||Undisclosed|
|16||Scott Barron||Preston||2 September 1985||104||3||-||-||Ipswich Town||26 June 2007||Free|
|17||Tamika Mkandawire|| Mzuzu ||28 May 1983||38||1||-||-||Leyton Orient||16 June 2010||Free|
|18||Darren Ward||London||13 September 1978||232||6||-||-||Wolverhampton Wanderers||1 January 2010||Free|
|19||Therry Racon|| Villeneuve-Saint-Georges ||1 May 1984||-||-||3||0||Charlton Athletic||1 July 2011||Free|
|20||Andy Keogh||Dublin||16 May 1986||-||-||22||1||Wolverhampton Wanderers||31 January 2012||Undisclosed|
|21||Jack Smith||Hemel Hempstead||14 October 1983||52||2||-||-||Swindon Town||2 August 2009||Undisclosed|
|22||Dany N'Guessan||Ivry-sur-Seine||11 August 1987||-||-||-||-||Leicester City||31 August 2011||Free|
|23||Steve Mildenhall||Swindon||13 May 1978||-||-||-||-||Southend United||13 July 2010||Free|
|24||Nick Montgomery||Leeds||28 October 1981||-||-||-||-||Sheffield United||19 March 2012||Loan|
|26||Jimmy Abdou|| Martigues ||13 July 1984||132||5||1||0||Plymouth Argyle||3 July 2008||Free|
|29||Jordan Stewart||Birmingham||3 March 1982||-||-||-||-||Skoda Xanthi||7 July 2011||Free|
|31||Shane Lowry||Perth||12 June 1989||-||-||-||-||Aston Villa||27 January 2012||Undisclosed|
|32||Ryan Mason||London||13 June 1991||-||-||-||-||Tottenham Hotspur||29 December 2011||Loan|
|37||Harry Kane||Walthamstow||28 July 1993||-||-||-||-||Tottenham Hotspur||29 December 2011||Loan|
|39||Maik Taylor|| Hildesheim ||4 September 1971||-||-||-||-||Leeds United||12 March 2012||Loan|
|44||Josh Wright||Tower Hamlets||6 November 1989||-||-||-||-||Free Agent||15 November 2011||Free|
|N||Pos.||Nat.||Name||Age||Status||Contract length||Expiry date||Source|
|9||FW||John Marquis||19||Signed||3 year||2014||BBC Sport|
|30||FW||Aiden O'Brien||17||Signed||3 year||2014||Millwall FC|
|N||Pos.||Nat.||Name||Age|| EU ||Moving from||Type|| Transfer|
|13||GK||Allsop||18||EU||West Bromwich Albion||Bosman transfer||Summer||Undisclosed||Free||BBC Sport|
|19||MF||Racon||27||EU||Charlton Athletic||Bosman transfer||Summer||2013||Free||Sky Sports|
|7||FW||Henderson||29||EU||Sheffield United||Transfer||Summer||2013||Undisclosed||Sky Sports|
|29||DF||Stewart||29||EU|| Skoda Xanthi ||Transfer||Summer||2012||Free||Sky Sports|
|22||MF||N'Guessan||23||EU||Leicester City||Loan||Summer||2012||5 month loan||BBC Football|
|22||MF||N'Guessan||23||EU||Leicester City||Transfer||Summer||2014||Free||BBC Football|
|20||FW||Simpson||22||EU||Hull City||Loan||Summer||2012||5 month loan||Millwall FC|
|24||MF||Howard||28||EU||Reading||Loan||2012||3 month loan||BBC Sport|
|27||FW||Agyemang||31||EU||Queens Park Rangers||Loan||2011||1 month loan||BBC Sport|
|44||MF||Wright||22||EU||Free||Free Transfer||2012||Free||BBC Sport|
|37||FW||Kane||18||EU||Tottenham Hotspur||Loan||Winter||2012||Season loan||BBC Sport|
|32||MF||Mason||20||EU||Tottenham Hotspur||Loan||Winter||2012||Season loan||BBC Sport|
|20||FW||Keogh||25||EU||Wolverhampton Wanderers||Transfer||Winter||2014||Undisclosed||BBC Sport|
|39||GK||Taylor||40||EU||Leeds United||Loan||2012||Season loan||BBC Sport|
|24||MF||Montgomery||30||EU||Sheffield United||Loan||2012||Season loan||SUFC Official Site|
|N|| P ||Name||Country||Age||Type||Moving to|| Transfer|
|25||FW||Robinson||22||Bosman transfer||Derby County||Summer||Undisclosed||11||3||BBC Sport|
|13||GK||Sullivan||23||Transfer||Charlton Athletic||Summer||Free||1||0||BBC Sport|
|20||FW||Morison||27||Transfer||Norwich City||Summer||Undisclosed||90||40||BBC Sport|
|9||FW||Harris||33||Transfer||Southend United||Summer||Free||426||138||BBC Sport|
|19||FW||Grimes||24||Free transfer||Rochdale||Summer||Free||30||2||BBC Sport|
|24||MF||Laird||25||Transfer||Leyton Orient||Summer||Undisclosed||78||6||BBC Sport|
|4||DF||Purse||34||Free transfer||Plymouth Argyle||Winter||Undisclosed||14||1||PAFC Official Site|
EU = if holds or not a European Union passport; Country: when 2 flags, 1st flag = country that plays for internationally, 2nd flag = country of birth; N = number on jersey; P = Position (for position name, pause mouse pointer on abbreviation); Name = Name on jersey (for more extensive name, pause mouse pointer on name); Age = age on the day of the signing; Moving from = only indicate the club the player was playing before start playing for this club in this season, for the type of the moving see Status column; Moving to = only indicates the club the player is going to play next, for the type of the moving see Status column; Ends = when the player's current contract ends; n/a = Not applicable.
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