2011–12 Reading F.C. season
|Chairman||Sir John Madejski|
The 2011-12 season will be Reading F.C.'s fourth consecutive season in the Championship since relegation from the Premier League in 2008. It is Brian McDermott's second full season in charge at the club.
See also Football League Championship 2011-12
On 2 June Reading announced that long time defender and club captain Ivar Ingimarsson was being released, along with David Mooney, Abdulai Bell-Baggie, Danny Joyce, James Rowe and Erik Opsahl. It was also revealed that Julian Kelly and Scott Davies where also leaving to join Notts County and Crawley Town respectively. On the same day Reading announced the signings of Australian youth internationals, and brothers, Cameron and Ryan Edwards from Perth Glory and the Australian Institute of Sport respectively, as well as confirming that Mikele Leigertwood would be joining from Queens Park Rangers for a substantial fee upon the opening of the transfer window.
On 2 June Reading announced that they would be partaking in a Pre-Season trip to Slovenia to play a selection of games between 11 and 20 July, but the opponents had yet to be confirmed. It was also announced that Reading would have a friendly away against Northampton Town on 27 July.
|MF||Mikele Leigertwood||Queens Park Rangers||Undisclosed|
|MF||Cameron Edwards||Perth Glory|
|MF||Ryan Edwards||Australian Institute of Sport|
|MF||Scott Davies||Crawley Town||Free|
|DF||Julian Kelly||Notts County||Free|
|DF||Ivar Ingimarsson||Ipswich Town||Free|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Last updated: 20 May 2011
Source: Competitions' Wikipedia articles.
The following players have been named in the most starting line-ups.
|09 July 2011||Eastleigh||v||Reading XI||Silverlake Stadium|
|12 July 2011||Swindon Supermarine||v||Reading XI||The Webb's Wood Stadium|
|15 July 2011||v||Reading||, Slovenia|
|19 July 2011||v||Reading||, Slovenia|
|16 July 2011||Poole Town||v||Reading XI||Tatnam|
|19 July 2011||Woking||v||Reading XI||Kingfield Stadium|
|23 July 2011||Northampton Town||v||Reading||Sixfields Stadium|
|26 July 2011||Bristol Rovers||v||Reading||Memorial Stadium|
|26 July 2011||Swindon Town||v||Reading||County Ground|
|26 July 2011||Farnborough||v||Reading XI||Rushmoor Stadium|
Last updated: 30 May 2011
Source: Reading FC
Fixtures & results
First team statistics
|No.||Pos.||Name||Championship||FA Cup||League Cup||Total||Discipline|
Last updated: 2 July 2011
Substitute appearances in brackets.
Player of the Year
npower Player of the Month
npower Championship Manager of the Month
npower Championship Team of the Week
These are the 2011–12 Reading F.C. kits.
|Reading's Home Kit|
|Reading's Away Kit|
|Reading's Third Kit|
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