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About Luton Town

Luton Town Football Club are a professional association football club based, since 1905, at Kenilworth Road, Luton, Bedfordshire.

Founded in 1885, the club is nicknamed “the Hatters” & affiliated to the Bedfordshire County Football Association. Luton Town’s most successful periods were between 1982 and 1992, when it was a member of English football’s top division, (at that time called the “First Division”). The team won its only major honour, the Football League Cup, during this period, in 1988.

Between 2007 and 2009, financial difficulties caused the club to fall from the second tier of English football to the fifth in successive seasons. The last of these relegations came during the 2008–09 season, when 30 points were docked from Luton’s record for various financial irregularities. Luton thereafter spent five seasons in non-League football before winning the Conference Premier in 2013–14, securing promotion back into the Football League.

Luton Town will compete in the 2016/17 season in League Two of the English Football League (EFL)

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Facts

Founded:
1885
Nickname:
The Hatters
Ground:
Kenilworth Road
Manager:
Nathan Jones
League:
League 2
Top Goal Scorer:
Brian Stein (127)
Mascot:
Harry the Hatter

Honours

Conference National League
Winners: 2013/14
Football League Trophy
Winners: 2008/09
Football League One
Winners: 2004/05
Football League Division Two
Winners: 1981/82
Football League Cup
Winners: 1987/88