A Thank You From Lieutenant Pigeon!
This week the club received a letter of thanks from Lieutenant Pigeon after Latics fans showed their support by helping fundraise for a blue plaque.
John Sheridan - The Story So Far
At the weekend, Oldham Athletic were thrilled to announce that John Sheridan has returned to the club as Head Coach on a deal until the end of the season.
Pine Villa - Our Roots, Our Beginning
It is a conventional fact of life that even the tallest and sturdiest of oak trees will have once been a tiny acorn. That acorn, once upon a time, will have seen roots bud from its single seed before...
It started 125 years ago, this journey of ours.
Formed in 1895 as Pine Villa to then becoming Oldham Athletic four years later and playing at Boundary Park ever since, it's a club that not only has plenty of history but means a lot to its people...
Boundary Park Features In Historic England Archive
Oldham Athletic are one of a select few submissions to be included in the Picturing Lockdown Collection.
Two Teams, One Spirit - The Eagles & Owls Revisited
As the Bundesliga becomes the first major European league to get back underway behind closed doors this weekend, which will be strange for German football but necessary due to the coronavirus...
Share Your Memories & Photos
As we head into the club's 125th year anniversary, we would like to remind fans they can help contribute towards the celebrations.
ON THIS DAY: May 11, 1991
On this day in 1991, late drama at Boundary Park saw Oldham Athletic win the Second Division title.
ON THIS DAY: May 10, 1994
On this day in 1994, legendary striker Roger Palmer was released by the football club and subsequently retired from the game.
On This Day - April, 10
On this day in 1994, Oldham Athletic faced Manchester United in the FA Cup semi final at Wembley Stadium.
On This Day: 4th April
On this day in 1989, Roger Palmer broke a 35 year record to become Oldham Athletic’s top goalscorer.