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Birmingham City FC

Birmingham City FC
Football Club Details
Also known as
Blues
Year Formed
1875
Ground
St Andrews
Colours
Home: Blue shirts, blue shorts, blue and white stockings.
Away: White shirts, shorts and stockings all with red trim
St Andrews The Home Of Birmingham City FC
St Andrews The Home Of Birmingham City FC
Capacity
30009
Address
Birmingham City FC
St Andrews
Birmingham
B9 4NH
Telephone
0709-111-25837
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Railway Station
Bordesley Railway Station 0.5 miles (0.9 km)
Motorway Junction
A38(M) Jnct L 2 miles (3.1 km)
Airport
Birmingham 5.3 miles (8.6 km)
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All Time Records
Attendance
66844: vs Everton 11/02/1939 FA Cup R5
Best league win
12 - 0: vs Walsall T Swifts 17/12/1892 Division 2
Worst league loss
1 - 9: vs Sheffield Wednesday 13/12/1930 Division 1
Best cup win
9 - 2: vs Burton Wanderers 31/10/1885 FA Cup R1
Worst cup loss
6 - 0: vs Tottenham Hotspur 12/04/1967 FA Cup R6
Most capped player
Malcolm Page: 28 Wales
League appearances
Frank Womack: 491 1908/28
League goals
Joe Bradford: 249 1920/35
Goals in a season
Joe Bradford: 29 1927/28 Division 1
Transfer fee received
£2,500,000: Gary Breen Coventry City January 1997
Transfer fee paid
£4,250,000 Clinton Morrison C Palace 30 July 2002
Honours
League Titles
Division Two (old format): 1892-93; 1920-21; 1947-48; 1954-55. Division Two (new format): 1994-95; Division One Play-Off Winners 2001-2002
FA Cup
Finalists 1931, 1956; Semi-finalists 1945, 1968, 1975.
Europe
League Cup
Winners 1963, 2011
Other
Auto Windscreen Shield winners 1995; Leyland Daf Trophy winners 1991