Josh Vela (Bolton Wanderers) wins a free kick on the left wing.

Attempt missed. Liam Trotter (Bolton Wanderers) header from the centre of the box is too high.

Attempt blocked. Kaiyne Woolery (Bolton Wanderers) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked.

Attempt saved. Bobby Grant (Fleetwood Town) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top centre of the goal.

The 2007–08 season Fleetwood won the Northern Premier League, gaining promotion to the Conference North. Along the way they set a new attendance record for the division,[3] and were easily the best-supported club in the Premier Division.[4]

Conor McLaughlin (Fleetwood Town) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

Midfielder Vela, linked with a possible switch to Championship neighbours Wigan, thumped in an 84th-minute right-foot effort after Gary Madine cancelled out David Ball's first-half opener.

For the 2010–11 season the club made all of its players full-time professionals, though this resulted in a few players leaving the club, including club captain Jamie Milligan. The club spent most of the season in or near the play-off positions, eventually qualifying by finishing in fifth place. In the play-off semi-finals, against AFC Wimbledon, a new attendance record of 4,112 was set in the home leg, but Fleetwood lost both games with an 8–1 aggregate scoreline.

Jay Spearing (Bolton Wanderers) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

In July 2016, Steven Pressley resigned from his position as Manager.[13] Uwe Rosler was appointed manager shortly afterwards.

Goal! Bolton Wanderers 2, Fleetwood Town 1. Josh Vela (Bolton Wanderers) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Kaiyne Woolery.

The only disappointment for Parkinson was a 30th-minute game-ending injury for striker Zach Clough.

Amari'i Bell (Fleetwood Town) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

The 2013–14 season was another successful one. Having been in and around the automatic promotion places all season and getting to the League Trophy area final, the club narrowly missed out on automatic promotion finishing in 4th place. After beating York City in the play-off semi-final, Fleetwood beat Burton Albion 1–0 from an Antoni Sarcevic free-kick in the play-off final at Wembley on 26 May to win promotion to League One for the first time.[11]

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Attempt blocked. Mark Davies (Bolton Wanderers) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked.

Four minutes later the mood deepened as Ball punished a defensive howler by experienced defender Dean Moxey.

Chris Long (Fleetwood Town) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Attempt saved. Kaiyne Woolery (Bolton Wanderers) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.

Wanderers, however, responded well in the second half as Madine levelled after 50 minutes.

Attempt missed. Devante Cole (Fleetwood Town) right footed shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right.

Attempt missed. Jay Spearing (Bolton Wanderers) right footed shot from outside the box is just a bit too high from a direct free kick.

In the 2006–07 season Fleetwood Town won the Northern Premier League Challenge Cup beating Matlock Town 1–0 and finished the season in 8th place with 67 points.

Fleetwood's 2011–12 season was very successful. In the FA Cup they reached the Third Round for the first time. After beating Mansfield Town, Wycombe Wanderers, and Yeovil Town, they were drawn at home to local rivals Blackpool, but lost 5–1 to the Championship club, with Jamie Vardy scoring Fleetwood's only goal. In the league Fleetwood went on a 29-game unbeaten run,[8] and were declared champions with two games remaining, giving them promotion to the Football League for the first time.[9]

The stadium's current capacity is 5,327; it is the 112th largest stadium by capacity in England and the smallest in their division.[1]

Amari'i Bell (Fleetwood Town) wins a free kick on the right wing.

Fleetwood

Attempt missed. Victor Nirennold (Fleetwood Town) left footed shot from the centre of the box is too high.

Phil Parkinson's side have now won all four of their opening games while Vela's goal condemned Fleetwood to a first league defeat of the new campaign.

Jay Spearing (Bolton Wanderers) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

Town keeper Chris Neal made a stunning double save to deny substitute Kaiyne Woolery and Mark Davies. But he had no chance as Vela scored the winner, though Victor Nirennold wasted a great opportunity to equalise deep in stoppage time.

Attempt saved. Mark Davies (Bolton Wanderers) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.

Jay Spearing (Bolton Wanderers) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Attempt blocked. David Wheater (Bolton Wanderers) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked.

Jimmy Ryan (Fleetwood Town) wins a free kick on the left wing.