City Football Club -- Results
Birmingham's League Position:
How are The Blues doing this year.
Birmingham City Football Club, St Andrews,
St Andrews Street, Birmingham, B9 4NH.
To St Andrews: (Map)
Bordesley is the nearest station to St Andrews, about a ten minute walk away, but you can
only get there by train from Birmingham Snow Hill.
From Birmingham New Street Station, in the
city centre, you'll either have to walk to Snow Hill (10 minutes) or do the 20 minute
stroll to the ground.
By Car -- Take the M6 to Junction 6 and get on
the A38 (M) Aston Expressway to the Inner Ring Road (direction Coventry/Stratford). The
way to the ground is sign-posted from the Ring Road.
Other Routes to St Andrews.
Finished 13th in the League.
League Cup Winners (Once) -- 1963.
Saturday 16th August:
Birmingham City v Tottenham Hotspur (1-0)
Saturday 23rd August:
Southampton v Birmingham City (0-0)
Saturday 30th August:
Newcastle United v Birmingham City (0-1)
Sunday 14th September:
Birmingham City v Fulham (2-2)
Saturday 20th September:
Leeds United v Birmingham City (0-2)
Saturday 27th September:
Birmingham City v Portsmouth 3.00pm
News Stories and
Birmingham City News:
Latest stories about Birmingham City Football Club, from The Independent.
Birmingham City on Soccernet:
The Daily Mail's online coverage. Latest news related to Birmingham City Football Club and
Birmingham City Squad:
Player profiles by Birmingham City Fanzine.
First Choice Birmingham City XI:
Maik Taylor; 2-Jeff Kenna, 4-Kenny Cunningham, 25-Matthew Upson, 23-Jamie Clapham; 22-Damien Johnson, 16-David Dunn, 8-Robbie Savage, 11-Stan Lazaridis; 21-Christophe Dugarry, 35-Luciano Figueroa.
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Birmingham City Archive:
The Encyclopaedia of Birmingham City Football Club, by Tony Matthews.
Birmingham City Football Club:
As part of the Premium TV network, the official Birmingham City website alienates the
casual browser, who can't be bothered to register to view the content.
Keep Right On:
Online since 1998, the site features news, match reports and previews, away travel, squad
profiles, message board, chat room and the famous Tilton Babes.
Birmingham City fanzine on Rivals.
Singing The Blues:
Blues fans and part-time journalists get together to keep their part of footymad on tune.
Tired and Weary:
Independent and unofficial Birmingham City FC website based in New York City.
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