Birmingham City Score
England Championship
Birmingham City
Huddersfield Town 1
0
3
L
Birmingham City 3
Hull City
3
3
D
West Bromwich(WBA) 1
Birmingham City 3
0
0
D
Birmingham City 2
Reading 1
1
3
L
England FA Cup
Leicester City 1
Birmingham City 1
1
0
L
Birmingham City Fixtures
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Birmingham City Player
# Name Position
8
Craig Gardner Central Midfield
16
Joshua McEachran Central Midfield
20
Gary Gardner Central Midfield
1
Lee Camp Goalkeeper
23
Moha Ramos Goalkeeper
27
Connal Trueman Goalkeeper
 
Tomasz Kuszczak Goalkeeper
2
Wes Harding Defender
45
Ryan Burke Defender
49
Geraldo Bajrami Defender
21
Agustín Medina Delgado Midfielder
30
Beryly Lubula Midfielder
47
Ryan Stirk Midfielder
48
Jack Concannon Midfielder
 
Jake Weaver Midfielder
22
Jude Bellingham Forward
44
Caolan Boyd-Munce Forward
11
Jeremie Bela Left Wing
15
Jefferson Antonio Montero Vite Left Wing
19
Jacques Maghoma Left Midfield
7
Dan Crowley Attacking Midfield
18
Kerim Mrabti Attacking Midfield
6
Maikel Kieftenbeld Defensive Midfield
34
Ivan Sunjic Defensive Midfield
5
Maxime Colin Right Back
45
Bryan Burke Right Back
3
Kristian Pedersen Left Back
29
Jonathan Grounds Left Back
33
Cheick Keita Left Back
60
Nico Gordon Left Back
 
Agus Medina Left Back
4
Marc Roberts Centre Back
12
Harlee Dean Centre Back
14
Jake Clarke-Salter Centre Back
10
Lucas Jutkiewicz Centre Forward
40
Scott Hogan Centre Forward
 
Kevin Summerfield Assistant Coach
 
Mark Sale Assistant Coach
 
Pep Clotet Coach
About Birmingham City
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  • Name: Birmingham City
  • City: Birmingham
  • Home Stadium: St Andrews stadium
  • Established Date: 1875
  • Coach: Pep Clotet
Birmingham City Football Club is a professional football club in Birmingham, England. Formed in 1875 as Small Heath Alliance, it was renamed Small Heath in 1888, Birmingham in 1905, and Birmingham City in 1943. Since 2011, the first team has competed in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. The most successful period in their history was in the 1950s and early 1960s. They achieved their highest finishing position of sixth in the First Division in the 1955–56 season and reached the 1956 FA Cup Final.