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Millwall F.C. and West Ham United F.C. rivalry City or region East London / South East London, England First contested 23 September 1897 (friendly) Teams involved Millwall and West Ham United Most wins Millwall (38)[1] Most recent meeting West Ham United 3 Millwall 1AET (28 August 2009) Largest victory West Ham United 1 Millwall Athletic 7 (2 April 1903)[2] The fixture between Millwall and West Ham United is a significant sporting rivalry in football,[3] with both sets of supporters considering the other club as their main rival.[4] West Ham and Millwall both originated in London's East End. They have one of the most bitter and longstanding rivalries in English football history starting in the early years of the 20th century between rival dockers at two London shipyards on either side of the Thames. Millwall, formed in 1885 by dockers and shipbuilders on the Isle of Dogs had support in the surrounding areas and were then the best team outside the FA, nicknamed the 'Lions of the South'. When a rival football team was formed by dockers at Thames Ironworks, the two became vicious enemies. They were rivals for the same contracts and the players lived in the same locality.[5] Despite the animosity between supporters of both clubs, the two teams have rarely met. Before World War I they'd met 60 times in just 15 years. Since then they've played in different divisions for much of their latter history, meeting only 37 times in almost 100 years, unlike the North London derby which has been contested some 200 times. During a League Cup game on 25 August 2009, violent clashes transpired between the two sets of supporters' outside Upton Park. Police estimated hundreds of fans were involved. Millwall supporter Alan Baker[6] was stabbed and left fighting for his life, after being set upon by eleven West Ham fans.[7] [8] The pitch was invaded three times by West Ham supporters, causing play to be suspended.[9] The Football Association announced that it would investigate the violence that marred the cup clash.[10] Violence among fans at matches between the two clubs can become so intense that there have been calls to never again allow games between the two in cup competitions and that any future league games be played behind closed doors.[11] Contents 1 History of the Rivalry 2 Notable Matches 2.1 Millwall v West Ham at the New Den in 2004 2.2 West Ham v Millwall at Upton Park in 2009 3 Players who have played for both teams 3.1 Managers 3.1.1 Brotherly rivalry 4 In film 5 Record by competition 5.1 Results 6 Records and statistics 6.1 Firsts 6.2 Results 6.3 Trends 7 Irons and Lions battles in Wartime 8 See also 9 References 10 External links // History of the Rivalry A programme from the FA Cup clash between Thames Ironworks and Millwall Athletic, in 1899. The rivalry between Millwall and West Ham has always been a fierce encounter from the first meeting, a 'friendly' on 23 September 1897, which the newly formed Thames Ironworks (not yet known as West Ham) lost 2–0, up until their most recent meeting in a League Cup clash in August 2009. Millwall FC was formed in 1885 by labourers at JT Morton's canned food factory on the Isle of Dogs. Ten years later, a foreman at Thames Ironworks, London's last major shipbuilding firm, decided to form a football team to improve the morale of his workers. At start of the 1906–07 season, a particularly ferocious encounter saw one player hurled against a metal advertising board. Millwall finished the game with only nine men, after the others were stretchered off following heavy tackles. The East Ham Echo reported: "From the very first kick it was seen that there was likely to be some trouble. All attempts at football were ignored." The supporters were also criticised for fighting each other in the stands. In 1926 The General Strike was observed by workers in the East End, who were mainly West Ham supporters, but the Millwall-supporting shipyard workers of the Isle of Dogs refused to lend their support, provoking mass outrage. In 1972, a testimonial for Millwall defender Harry Cripps was marred by intense fighting between the two club's "firms", groups of hooligans intent on violence. Four years later, a Millwall supporter, Ian Pratt, died at New Cross station[12] after falling out of a train during a fight with West Ham fans. Leaflets were later distributed at Millwall's home matches bearing the words: "A West Ham fan must die to avenge him".[13] It has been debated that the rivalry is due to where Millwall were first located when the team first formed in 1885 - they were situated on the Isle of Dogs in East London. Ten years after Millwall's establishment, a new club was established called Thames Ironworks and was situated near by. Therefore a 'derby' was formed, but this does not necessarily explain the strong rivalry between the fans. Crystal Palace and Charlton is a derby very near to each other, yet they don't engage in serious hooliganism like Millwall and West Ham do, in particularly with each other. This theory can be backed up because Millwall share major rivalries with Leeds United, Cardiff City and Chelsea for the reason that they both share a long history of football hooliganism. Also, West Ham share rivalries with Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea for the same reasons. Notable Matches Millwall Athletic 2–0 Thames Ironworks (23 September 1897) First documented[14] meeting between the two sides was a friendly at Millwall's Athletic Ground on the Isle of Dogs, watched by 1,300 people. Thames Ironworks 1–2 Millwall Athletic (9 December 1899) The 5th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup brought about the two teams first competitive game. Goals from Hugh Goldie and Bert Banks saw Millwall beat their neighbours. They went on to reach the semi-final that year, being knocked out by Southampton. West Ham United 1–7 Millwall Athletic (2 April 1903) The largest winning margin in a competitive game between the Hammers and Lions. A six goal winning margin for Millwall, in the semi-final of the Southern Professional Charity Cup. West Ham United 3–0 Millwall Athletic (2 September 1904) West Ham's first home game at Upton Park. All three goals were scored by Billy Bridgeman.[15] Millwall 3–5 West Ham United (4 May 1972) The Harry Cripps testimonial game. An exciting goalfest, but more notable for the intense organised violence between Millwall's Bushwackers firm and West Ham's Inter City Firm before and after the game outside the ground. Millwall 0–1 West Ham United (3 December 1988) First game between the two clubs' in the top flight of English football. Paul Ince scored the winner at The Den, in a season which saw West Ham do the double over Millwall and get relegated to the Second Division. Millwall 4–1 West Ham United (21 March 2004) The largest Football League victory between the two sides. Two Tim Cahill goals give Millwall a famous win at The New Den, being named 'The Mothers Day Massacre' [16] after Millwall also missed two penalties. West Ham United 3–1AET Millwall (25 August 2009) First and only League Cup meeting. Crowd trouble occurred before, during and after the match. Millwall v West Ham at the New Den in 2004 In 2004, Millwall and West Ham played each other for the second time that season, the first time was a 1–1 draw at Upton Park which went surprisingly smoothly.[17] West Ham fans were even given the lower tier of the away stand, which is rarely used by away supporters. During the match, Millwall missed two penalties, but still won 4–1 and West Ham player Bywater was sent off which added to West Ham's misery and Millwall's delight.[18] However, when Millwall were 3–1 up and after Bywater had been sent off violence broke out.[19] Eight police horses were required on the pitch as riot police tried to stop the violence.[12] West Ham v Millwall at Upton Park in 2009 The "Champions" statue, boarded-up for protection before the visit of Millwall on 25 August 2009 In the 2009–10 season, Millwall were drawn against West Ham in the League Cup. It was talk of the draw as soon as it was announced and much media speculation surrounded it. The Police then halved the number of tickets given to Millwall fans from 3,000 to 1,500.[20] This sparked anger among Millwall fans.[21] On 25 August 2009, clashes between Millwall and West Ham fans outside Upton Park resulted in an innocent Millwall fan's stabbing. The game saw hundreds[9] of West Ham supporters invade the pitch on three occasions, forcing the game to be temporarily suspended on the second occasion. Millwall supporters had earlier clashed with West Ham supporters and riot police, and Scotland Yard believed the violence, because of its large scale, was organized beforehand.[22][23] Both sets of fans were reported for racially abusing players. Millwall F.C. and West Ham United spokepersons swiftly denounced this. Inside the ground, Millwall went 1–0 up, but let their lead slip near the end and the game went into extra time where West Ham defeated Millwall 3–1. After each of West Ham's three goals in their extra time win, fans ran onto the pitch and a minority of these threatened some Millwall players. Millwall were given three charges, but later cleared of all of them; West Ham had four charges and found guilty of two of them. West Ham were fined £115,000.[24] Players who have played for both teams Andy Impey Anton Otulakowski Benny Fenton Brian Dear Charles Ambler Charlie Dove Clive Allen Dale Gordon Dave Mangnall David Forde Dennis Burnett Don Hutchison Frank Neary Fred Griffiths Gary Alexander Glen Johnson Graham Paddon Harry Cripps Harry Obeney Jack Burkett Jim Standen Kenny Brown Lawrie Leslie Louis Cardwell Lucas Neill Moses Ashikodi Neil Ruddock Paul Allen Paul Goddard Peter Buchanan Roger Cross Sailor Brown Teddy Sheringham Tony Cottee Wilf Phillips Willie Stewart Managers Billy Bonds is the only manager to ever cross the divide and take the helm at both clubs. He was in charge of West Ham from 1990 to 1994, with the team yoyo-ing between divisions, he saw them to two promotions and one relegation. He resigned in August 1994. He was appointed as Millwall manager in 1997 by then Chairman, Theo Paphitis. A hugely unpopular decision with Lions fans.[25] After a bright start, the team flirted with relegation eventually finishing 18th in the Third tier and he was sacked. Pat Holland, an FA Cup winner with West Ham, served as both assistant manager, to Willie Donachie, and chief-scout at Millwall. [26] Brotherly rivalry The Fenton brothers have managed one of the sides at different times, during successful periods in both clubs' histories. Ted managed West Ham from 1950-61 and was responsible for the establishment of youth development at the club, The Academy of Football. Benny who played for both teams, managed Millwall from 1966 to 1974 establishing a fortress at The Den, going 3 years and 59 games unbeaten there. In film The rivalry between the teams, specifically the clubs' two firms has been depicted on the big screen. The Firm (1988) - real life Millwall supporter[27] Gary Oldman plays Bex, leader of the football firm the Inter City Crew, a fictional representation of West Ham's Inter City Firm and their violent exploits. Millwall's Bushwackers firm are called The Buccaneers in it. The Football Factory (2004) - primarily about Chelsea's firm The Headhunters, who fight numerous other firms' on away days, including West Ham's and Millwall's. Green Street (2004) - real life West Ham supporter[28] Elijah Wood plays an American student, who gets involved with West Ham's firm. The film builds up to the big clash with Millwall's firm at the climax, after the two teams draw each other in the cup, echoing the reality of 2009's League Cup game. Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground (2005) - Sequel to Green Street which follows its climax. Several members of the West Ham firm and Millwall fans end up in jail. Rise of the Footsoldier (2007) - the rise of a football hooligan is chronicled from his beginnings on the terraces to becoming a member of a notorious gang of criminals. The bitter rivalry between West Ham and Millwall is displayed during the opening scenes of the film.[29] The Firm (2009) - a remake of the original 1988 film, by Football Factory director and Millwall supporter Nick Love.[30] Record by competition As of 25 August, 2009 Competition Played Millwall wins Drawn West Ham wins Millwall goals West Ham goals Football League 22 5 10 7 22 31 Southern League 32 15 8 9 46 32 Western League 14 8 3 3 23 13 London League 6 2 2 2 11 12 FA Cup 2 1 0 1 3 5 League Cup 1 0 0 1 1 3 Full Members' Cup 1 1 0 0 2 1 London Challenge Cup 6 3 0 3 8 12 London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund 10 2 3 5 15 23 Southern Floodlight Cup 1 0 0 1 1 3 Southern Professional Charity Cup 2 1 0 1 8 3 Totals[1] 97 38 26 33 140 138 This table only includes competitive first team games, excluding all pre-season games, friendlies, abandoned matches, testimonials and games played during World War I & II (see below). Results Scores and results list home team first. Date Score Winner Competition Venue Attendance Notes 09/12/1899 1–2 Millwall Athletic FA Cup (5th Qualifying Round) Memorial Grounds 15,000 First competitive game. 23/12/1899 0–2 Millwall Athletic Southern League Memorial Grounds 8,000 Abandoned after 69 mins due to fog. 28/04/1900 0–1 Thames Ironworks Southern League The Athletic Ground 9,000 Rest of abandoned game played after return fixture, with no further score. 08/09/1900 3–1 Millwall Athletic Southern League The Athletic Ground 11,000 21/03/1901 1–0 West Ham United Southern League Memorial Grounds 9,000 09/09/1901 4–0 West Ham United London League Memorial Grounds 5,000 26/10/1901 0–2 Millwall Athletic Southern League Memorial Grounds 10,000 26/12/1901 1–5 West Ham United London League North Greenwich 6,000 08/02/1902 1–1 Draw Southern League North Greenwich 10,000 05/04/1902 0–1 Millwall Athletic Western League Memorial Grounds 5,000 09/04/1902 2–1 West Ham United Southern Professional Charity Cup Memorial Grounds 2,000 1st Round 26/04/1902 1–0 Millwall Athletic Western League North Greenwich 5,000 08/11/1902 0–3 Millwall Athletic Southern League Memorial Grounds 10,000 29/11/1902 2–2 Draw London League North Greenwich 3,000 24/11/1902 2–1 Millwall Athletic Western League North Greenwich 200 05/01/1903 2–2 Draw London League Memorial Grounds 1,500 09/03/1903 1–1 Draw Western League Memorial Grounds 2,000 02/04/1903 1–7 Millwall Athletic Southern Professional Charity Cup Memorial Grounds 1,500 Semi-final. 25/04/1903 2–1 Millwall Athletic Southern League North Greenwich 8,000 05/09/1903 4–2 Millwall Athletic Southern League North Greenwich 15,000 05/10/1903 0–3 Millwall Athletic London League Memorial Grounds 6,000 02/01/1904 0–1 Millwall Athletic Southern League Memorial Grounds 9,000 29/02/1904 4–0 Millwall Athletic London League North Greenwich 6,000 01/09/1904 3–0 West Ham United Southern League Upton Park 12,000 First ever game played at Upton Park. 17/09/1904 1–1 Draw Southern League North Greenwich 10,000 20/03/1905 4–3 West Ham United Western League Upton Park 4,000 24/04/1905 4–0 Millwall Athletic Western League North Greenwich 4,000 09/09/1905 1–0 Millwall Athletic Southern League North Greenwich 13,000 25/12/1905 0–0 Draw Western League North Greenwich 10,000 06/01/1906 1–0 West Ham United Southern League Upton Park 8,000 16/04/1906 0–1 Millwall Athletic Western League Upton Park 9,000 First ever Lions win at the Boleyn Ground. 17/09/1906 1–0 West Ham United Western League Upton Park 10,000 13/10/1906 1–1 Draw Southern League North Greenwich 15,000 19/11/1906 0–3 West Ham United Western League North Greenwich 2,000 16/02/1907 0–1 Millwall Athletic Southern League Upton Park 17,000 09/09/1907 3–0 Millwall Athletic Western League North Greenwich 3,000 16/09/1907 1–1 Draw Western League Upton Park 3,000 26/10/1907 1–0 Millwall Athletic Southern League North Greenwich 15,000 22/02/1908 0–2 Millwall Athletic Southern League Upton Park 16,000 07/09/1908 0–2 Millwall Athletic Western League Upton Park 5,000 14/09/1908 3–1 Millwall Athletic Western League North Greenwich 3,000 07/11/1908 1–0 West Ham United Southern League Upton Park 16,000 13/03/1909 1–0 Millwall Athletic Southern League North Greenwich 10,000 26/04/1909 5–1 West Ham United London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund Upton Park 1,500 20/09/1909 1–0 West Ham United London Challenge Cup Upton Park 5,000 Round 1 13/11/1909 0–0 Draw Southern League North Greenwich 10,000 26/03/1910 1–2 Millwall Athletic Southern League Upton Park 12,000 24/09/1910 0–2 West Ham United Southern League North Greenwich 10,000 28/01/1911 2–2 Draw Southern League Upton Park 12,000 First game after Millwall move south of the river. 04/11/1911 2–1 West Ham United Southern League Upton Park 23,000 09/03/1912 5–1 Millwall Southern League The Den 25,000 First visit of The Hammers to The Den. 22/09/1912 6–2 West Ham United London Challenge Cup Upton Park 7,000 Round 1 30/11/1912 1–1 Draw Southern League Upton Park 15,000 05/04/1913 1–3 West Ham United Southern League The Den 30,000 First ever Irons win at The Den. 01/09/1913 1–1 Draw Southern League The Den 10,000 22/09/1913 0–1 Millwall London Challenge Cup Upton Park 5,000 Round 1 14/04/1914 3–2 West Ham United Southern League Upton Park 15,000 01/09/1914 2–1 Millwall Southern League The Den 20,000 14/04/1914 1–1 Draw Southern League Upton Park 12,000 09/11/1914 0–1 Millwall London Challenge Cup Upton Park 3,000 Semi-final 20/10/1919 3–3 Draw London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund The Den 6,000 14/04/1920 3–1 West Ham United London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund Upton Park 8,000 15/11/1920 0–1 West Ham United London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund The Den 5,000 08/10/1923 2–0 Millwall London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund The Den 7,600 05/11/1923 2–1 Millwall London Challenge Cup The Den 5,000 Round 2 13/10/1924 3–1 West Ham United London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund Upton Park 6,500 25/10/1926 2–2 Draw London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund Upton Park 4,000 22/11/1926 1–1 Draw London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund Upton Park 3,500 10/10/1927 5–1 Millwall London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund The Den 6,500 08/10/1928 5–1 West Ham United London Pro. Footballers Assoc. Charity Fund Upton Park 5,000 25/11/1929 2–4 West Ham United London Challenge Cup The Den 6,000 Semi-final 15/02/1930 4–1 West Ham United FA Cup (5th Round) Upton Park 24,000 17/09/1932 3–0 West Ham United Second Division Upton Park 35,000 31/01/1933 1–0 Millwall Second Division The Den 8,000 21/10/1933 2–2 Draw Second Division The Den 35,000 03/03/1934 1–1 Draw Second Division Upton Park 28,000 27/12/1938 0–0 Draw Second Division Upton Park 42,200 27/03/1939 0–2 West Ham United Second Division The Den 10,000 21/09/1946 3–1 West Ham United Second Division Upton Park 30,400 25/01/1947 0–0 Draw Second Division The Den 22,082 25/08/1947 1–1 Draw Second Division Upton Park 25,000 01/09/1947 1–1 Draw Second Division The Den 15,814 13/10/1959 3–1 West Ham United Southern Floodlight Cup Upton Park 8,250 07/10/1978 3–0 West Ham United Second Division Upton Park 22,210 14/05/1979 2–1 Millwall Second Division The Den 11,917 10/11/1987 1–2 Millwall Full Members Cup (1st Round) Upton Park 11,337 03/12/1988 0–1 West Ham United First Division The Den 20,105 22/04/1989 3–0 West Ham United First Division Upton Park 16,603 10/11/1990 1–1 Draw Second Division The Den 20,591 24/02/1991 3–1 West Ham United Second Division Upton Park 20,503 15/11/1992 2–1 Millwall First Division The Den 12,445 28/03/1993 2–2 Draw First Division Upton Park 15,723 28/09/2003 1–1 Draw The Championship Upton Park 31,626 21/03/2004 4–1 Millwall The Championship The New Den 14,055 Largest Football League victory between the sides. 21/11/2004 1–0 Millwall The Championship The New Den 15,025 16/04/2005 1–1 Draw The Championship Upton Park 28,221 25/08/2009 3–1AET West Ham United League Cup (2nd Round) Upton Park 24,492 Noted for pitch invasions and intense rioting between supporters. Six other contests between 1900 and 1929 were played, abandoned and not completed due to fog and bad light.[14] In 1930 there was an alteration in the London FA Challenge Cup, the rule 'Clubs must play their strongest elevens' was deleted.[14] After that, the competition was regarded for reserves and six games between the clubs after that date are not classed as first team games. Records and statistics Firsts First ever meeting: Millwall Athletic 2 Thames Ironworks 0 (friendly), 23 September 1897 First competitive meeting: Thames Ironworks 1 Millwall Athletic 2 (FA Cup), 9 December 1899 First league meeting: Thames Ironworks 0 Millwall Athletic 2 (Southern League), 23 December 1899 First football league meeting: West Ham United 3 Millwall 0 (Second Division), 17 September 1932 First away victory for Millwall: Thames Ironworks 1 Millwall Athletic 2 (FA Cup), 9 December 1899 First away victory for West Ham United: Millwall Athletic 0 Thames Ironworks 1 (Southern League), 28 April 1900 Results Highest scoring game: 8 goals (twice) West Ham United 1 Millwall Athletic 7, 2 April 1903 West Ham United 6 Millwall 2, 22 September 1912 Largest winning margin (Millwall): 6 goals West Ham United 1 Millwall Athletic 7, 2 April 1903 Largest winning margin (West Ham United): 4 goals (four times) West Ham United 4 Millwall Athletic 0, 9 September 1901 Millwall Athletic 1 West Ham United 5, 26 December 1901 West Ham United 6 Millwall 2, 22 September 1912 West Ham United 5 Millwall 1, 8 October 1928 Trends Most games won in a row (Millwall): 6, 2 April 1903 – 29 February 1904 Most games won in a row (West Ham United): 4, 8 October 1929 – 17 September 1932 Most games without defeat (Millwall): 12, 26 April 1902 – 1 September 1904 Most games without defeat (West Ham United): 10, 21 October 1933 – 14 May 1979 Most games drawn in a row: 3 (twice), 21 October 1933 – 27 December 1938; 25 January 1947 – 1 September 1947 Most games played against each other in a season: 7 (twice), 9 September 1901 – 26 April 1902; 8 November 1902 – 25 April 1903 Longest period without playing each other: 19 years, 13 October 1959 – 7 October 1978 (the 1960s is the only decade the teams haven't met since they were formed.) Record attendance: 42,200, Upton Park. West Ham United 0 Millwall 0 (27 December 1947) Irons and Lions battles in Wartime A number of friendlies and non-competitive derbies have taken place. The majority occurring during First World War and Second World War, when a total of 31 matches were played between the teams.[14] Both teams fielded severely desimated sides of juniors, reserves and non-professionals in the London Combination, South Regional League, London League, League South (A) Division and Football League War Cup.[31] Star players', such as Millwall's Wally Davis, who scored 70 goals in 62 games returned from battle with leg injuries, forcing him to retire early in 1919. The Den was severely damaged by a German bomb during the Second World War, and for a brief time Millwall were invited by their neighbours to play their games at The Valley, Selhurst Park and even Upton Park.[14] With such a shortage of professional players during the Second World War, a guest player system was introduced. West Ham lost 2–1 to Chelsea at White Hart Lane in the 1944–45 War Time Cup semi-final, with two guest Millwall players in their team.[32] Both of whom went on to play for Millwall in the final, where they lost to Chelsea 2–0. See also South London derby London derbies Major football rivalries References ^ a b Tarrant. p. 501.  ^ Tarrant. p. 268.  ^ Brown, Oliver (2009-08-28). "West Ham v Millwall: a history of how the rivalry started". London: Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/west-ham/6105500/West-Ham-v-Millwall-a-history-of-how-the-rivalry-started.html. Retrieved 2010-10-20.  ^ "Football Rivalries census". 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