Plaque

Millwall Football Club - E14

Erection date: 2005

Inscription

{Above the Millwall Football Club shield and lion symbol:}
Millwall (Rovers) Football Club was founded on this site by workers from the Morton's Jam Factory in 1885.
London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Site: Millwall Football Club - E14 (1 memorial)

E14, Westferry Road

The plaque is on the pavement by the nearest black and white bollard.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Millwall Football Club - E14

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Millwall Football Club

Football club. Founded as Millwall Rovers, the club has retained its name des...

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Morton's Jam Factory

The production of jam was actually a minor function of this factory, as it pr...

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Millwall Football Club - E14

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Tower Hamlets Council

The name was originally applied to the Tower division of the county of Middle...

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