RIP Nat, a true gent! - hjbwfc I was honoured to meet him when I saw Leeds play at Burnden Park in an FA Cup game in 1996. He was ... - Ian Mason (Leeds fan) RIP to Nat Lofthouse, Family man, Gentleman and true legend forever in BWFC hearts, sleep tight xx - Zoe Hyndman Nat Lofthouse will always be remembered. I never saw him play but I met him a number of occasion... - Rob Taylor Good night Mr BWFC. RIP, you will never be forgotten. - Chris Partington Nat a Bolton Gentleman through and through you were an inspiration to many. You taught people that f... - The Dalton Family Bolton I had the pleasure of working with Nat in the 1970s, he made a mean potato hash with A crust. It was... - Dave Wheelton Gone but never forgotten. A true legend who makes me proud to be a Wanderer. RIP Sir Nat - Nolan Smith (Chorley now Bristol) The legend, Nat Lofthouse, trained to run through brick walls, keep the ball and score! I am too you... - Andy Morrison (White for life) Unfortunately I'm far too young to have seen the great man play. Fortunately I had the privilege of ... - Andy Schofield I am 25 years old and unfortunately never got to see Nat in action. However, I have been told by ... - Lee McGreavy Just want to send my condolences to Nat's family. I hope you know now, if you didn't before, how muc... - David Adjei (Santa Cruz, Bolivia) A man who loved the club that I love, and showed more passion for the club than any living man could... - Sam Yates my condolences go out to mr. bolton wanderers family, nat was a very happy and friendly guy, thats h... - jimmy pearson ( serbia) Im only 12 but my grandad used to tell me stories about you. You are absolutley amazing and a true b... - Thomas Wareing (bolton fan) Rest in Peace SIR Nat A true legend, true gentleman, true Boltonian and Mr Bolton Wanderers. Y... - Sarah (Bolton) Never got the chance to see him play .. but the storys i have been told by my Grandad just make you ... - Beth B - Bolton A Bolton gent, through and through. They say you can take the lad out of Bolton but you can't take B... - Glynis Knapman(Bolton fan Bolton) The Legend has passed away, the legacy lives on. There will be very few who will equal your achievem... - Pete Walsh (Cyprus) I sadly never got to watch Sir Nat, except on film. He was an amazing man and a true Wanderer. May h... - George Snape - Adlington


Nat Lofthouse OBE (27th August 1925 - 15th January 2011)

This site celebrates the life and career of one of English football's greatest and most legendary players, Nat Lofthouse OBE.

An England international, Lofthouse played his entire club career for his home town club, Bolton Wanderers, scoring 255 goals in 452 league appearances.

Capped 33 times by the Three Lions, Lofthouse picked up the nickname ‘the Lion of Vienna’ after his two goals against Austria and represented England in the 1954 World Cup.

Winning the FA Cup with Wanderers in 1958, Lofthouse is regarded as a Bolton club legend, with a statue dedicated to his achievements set to be unveiled ahead of the Queens Park Rangers game on Saturday 24th August, with proceedings starting at 10.30am with a number of former Wanderers players and Nat's family in attendance.