15 things you'll only know if you're a Blackpool fan

From the Matthews Final to Blackpool's all-time record goalscorer, these are the 15 things that only a true Blackpool FC fan will know or understand.

Thursday, 29th November 2018, 2:13 pm
Updated Thursday, 29th November 2018, 3:25 pm
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The hashtag #OystonOut must be included with every Blackpool-related tweet
Despite being dubbed the Matthews final, it was actually Stan Mortensen who scored a hat trick in Blackpools FA Cup final win in 1953

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At least once a month every Blackpool fan must re-watch Charlie Adams free kick against Cardiff City in the Championship play-off final
Every time Blackpool embark on a winning run, fans will reminisce about the perfect 10
Blackpools highest ever league position was achieved in the 1955-56 season, when they finished runners up to Manchester United in the First Division
Joking about the clubs Squires Gate training ground is a regular occurence, but there will be always be one fan who says if it was good enough for Stanley Matthews
Every Friday night Blackpool fans wait for Owen Oyston to release yet another statement on the clubs website
Fans will complain when they hear Glad All Over played over the tannoy after Blackpool score at Bloomfield Road
The announcement of Blackpools home attendances will be met by disbelief every week, without fail
Blackpool are the most successful side in English play-off history and Preston North End fans will be constantly reminded of this
Karl Oyston will be constantly reminded of the time he said Blackpool were the envy of the Football League
Blackpools record transfer was in 2010, when the club paid 1.25m for the services of DJ Campbell
The clubs record home attendance came on September 17, 1955, when 38,098 spectators watched them play Wolves
Jimmy Hampson is Blackpools all-time record goalscorer having scored 248 times for the Seasiders
Jimmy Armfield holds the record for the most number of appearances, appearing on 627 occasions
Blackpool fans will immediately think of Valeri Belokon when they hear Valerie, by Amy Winehouse, comes on the radio