Top 10 Clubs With Most Signings In A Single Window In British Football History

Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest

Here we show you the clubs with most signings in a single transfer window

Can you guess which club hold the record for most deals completed in a single transfer window? We have gathered some information on the best club in the world, that is, their all time business stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 clubs that have signed most players in a single transfer window in British football history. Follow for football updates and news.

Most Signings

  1. Nottingham Forest – 21 signings
  2. Dundee United – 19 signings
  3. Livingston – 19 signings
  4. Patrick Thistle – 17 signings
  5. Crystal Palace – 17 signings
  6. Hamilton Accies – 16 signings
  7. Hamilton Accies – 16 signings
  8. Kilmarnock – 16 signings
  9. Watford – 16 signings
  10. Livingston – 16 signings

In 2022, Nottingham Forest has signed a total of 21 players in just a single transfer window. They were promoted from Championship to Premier League recently.

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22 years ago, Dundee United signed a large number of players and dominated the transfer window. A year later, Livingston equaled the record set by Dundee and signed 19 players in a single transfer window.

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Between 2013 to 2015, three clubs – Hamilton Accies, Kilmarnock and Watford made 16 transfers each in each of the three transfer windows. Livingston also made completed 16 signings in 2002.

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Watford is at 5th position on the PL points table. But a bad news for them is that Danny Rose has left the club after his contract termination in between the season.

The club said: “Watford FC and Danny Rose have agreed a mutual cancellation of the defender’s contract with both parties in agreement that their futures will head in different directions.

“The Hornets thank Danny – who featured nine times last season in addition to the seven games on loan he played in 2008/09 – for his service and wish him well for his next opportunity.”