List of Birmingham City F.C. players (25–99 appearances)

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In August 2012, Jack Butland became the youngest goalkeeper to represent England at senior level.[1]

Birmingham City Football Club, an English association football club based in the city of Birmingham, was founded in 1875 under the name of Small Heath Alliance. They first entered the FA Cup in the 1881–82 season. When nationally organised league football began in 1888, the club, by then called simply Small Heath F.C., were not invited to join the Football League. Instead, they became a founder member of the Football Alliance, which was formed a year later. In 1892, the Football League decided to expand, and invited the Alliance clubs to join; as one of the less successful members of the Alliance, Small Heath were placed in the newly formed Second Division. The club's first team have competed in numerous nationally and internationally organised competitions, and all players who have played between 25 and 99 such matches, either as a member of the starting eleven or as a substitute, are listed below.

Each player's details include the duration of his Birmingham career, his typical playing position while with the club, and the number of games played and goals scored in domestic league matches and in all senior competitive matches. Where applicable, the list also includes the national team for which the player was selected, and the number of senior international caps he won.

Introduction[edit]

As of the date specified below, more than 300 men had completed their Birmingham career after playing in at least 25 and fewer than 100 senior competitive matches. Several of these took an important role with the club after they retired as players. Harry Morris, who joined the club's board of directors in 1903, was instrumental in planning the St Andrew's stadium, which has been the club's home ground since 1906.[2] In his role as Birmingham's chief scout in the 1960s, Don Dorman was responsible for recruiting youngsters including Trevor Francis – the first player transferred between British clubs for a £1 million fee[3] – and future internationals Bob Latchford and Kenny Burns.[4] Bill Harvey, Arthur Turner and Steve Bruce went on to manage the club.[5] Turner led the team to their highest league finish and to the FA Cup Final in 1956,[6] while Birmingham gained promotion to the Premier League twice under Bruce's managership.[7]

Walter Abbott set two goalscoring records in the 1898–99 season which, as of the date above, still stand: he scored 42 goals in all competitions, and 34 league goals in as many games in the Football League.[8] Chris Charsley, a serving police officer who played as an amateur, was the first man capped by England while with the club; in later life, he became chief constable of the Coventry police force.[9] Jermaine Pennant's move to Liverpool in 2006 generated the club's record transfer fee received, which the club website listed at £6.5 million.[10]

Other players took part in significant matches in the history of the club. Harry Morris and Eddy Stanley appeared in every match as Small Heath Alliance progressed through six rounds to the semi-final of the 1885–86 FA Cup.[11] Tom Bayley, George Short and Fred Speller appeared in Small Heath's first Football League match in 1892.[12] In more recent times, John Gayle scored the winning goal as Birmingham beat Tranmere Rovers in the 1991 Football League Trophy Final.[13] The 18-year-old Darren Carter converted the decisive penalty in the 2002 play-off final shootout by which Birmingham were promoted to the Premier League for the first time; goalkeeper Nico Vaesen saved one of the opponents' spot-kicks.[14] The Birmingham team that won the 2011 League Cup featured six men listed here, including Ben Foster, who won the man of the match award.[15] Teenagers Nathan Redmond and Chris Wood scored two of the three goals that took Birmingham through to the group stage of the Europa League in the club's first season in European competition for 50 years.[16]

As of the date below, no player has left the club with 99 career appearances; three – Jack Firth, Steve Wigley and Liam Daish – finished on 98. Eleven men listed here are still contracted to the club, so have the opportunity to add to their totals.

Key[edit]

  • The list is ordered first by number of appearances in total, then by number of League appearances, and then if necessary by date of debut.
  • Appearances as a substitute are included.
  • Statistics are correct up to and including the match played on 17 August 2018. Where a player left the club permanently after this date, his statistics are updated to his date of leaving.
Player
Players marked * were registered for the club as at the date specified above.
Players with name in italics and marked on loan were on loan from another club for the duration of their Birmingham career. The loaning club is noted in the Notes column.
Players marked hall of fame have been inducted into the Birmingham City F.C. Hall of Fame.[17]
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player
Position
Playing positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield positions reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.
Club career
Club career is defined as the first and last calendar years in which the player appeared for the club in any of the competitions listed below.
League appearances and League goals
League appearances and goals comprise those in the Football Alliance, the Football League and the Premier League. Appearances in the 1939–40 Football League season, abandoned after three games because of the Second World War, are excluded.
Total appearances and Total goals
Total appearances and goals comprise those in the Football Alliance, Football League (including test matches and play-offs), Premier League, FA Cup, Football League Cup, Europa League, Associate Members' Cup/Football League Trophy, and defunct competitions the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, Anglo-Italian Cup, Texaco Cup, Anglo-Scottish Cup and Full Members' Cup. Matches in wartime competitions are excluded.
International selection
Countries are listed only for players who have been selected for international football. Only the highest level of international competition is given, except where a player competed for more than one country, in which case the highest level reached for each country is shown.
Between 1926 and 1950, two competing football teams claimed to represent the island of Ireland.[18] Some players, including Birmingham's Jackie Brown, appeared for both teams. For more information, see Ireland national football team (1882–1950) and Republic of Ireland national football team.
Caps
For players having played at full international level, the caps column counts the number of such appearances during his career with the club. All information relating to international selection, including number of full caps won while with the club, is sourced to Matthews (2010), pp. 498–502, unless otherwise noted.

Players with 25 to 99 appearances[edit]

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Despite his goalscoring record at Small Heath, Walter Abbott played nearly 300 times for Everton as a wing half.[19]
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The editor of Arsenal F.C.'s 1914–15 Handbook "firmly believe[d] that with a man like [Harry] King in the vanguard last season we would now be in Division I".[20]
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Harry Hampton was Birmingham's top scorer in the 1920–21 Football League Second Division-winning season.[21]
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Johnny Newman was in the Birmingham team that became the first English club side to take part in European competition in 1956.[22]
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Paul Hendrie began his career with Birmingham in the 1970s before playing more than 300 games in the Football League for other clubs.[23]
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Howard Gayle, who was Liverpool F.C.'s first black player, spent 18 months with Birmingham in the 1980s.[24]
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After more than 700 senior appearances, including 96 for Birmingham, Noel Blake went on to spend five years as manager of the England under-19 team.[25]
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Mark Cooper spent a season with Birmingham under the management of his father, Terry.[26]
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Liam Daish captained Birmingham to the Division Two title in 1994–95 and to victory in the 1995 Football League Trophy Final.[27]
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French World Cup-winner Christophe Dugarry is the only man with fewer than 100 club appearances to be inducted into the Birmingham City Hall of Fame.[17]
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Fabrice Muamba, whose career was ended by a cardiac arrest suffered during a match in 2012, won Birmingham's Young Player of the Season award for 2006–07.[28]
Table of players, including playing position, club statistics and international selection
Player Pos Club career League Total International selection Caps Notes Refs
Apps Goals Apps Goals
Jack Firth HB 1927–1932 93 7 98 8
Steve Wigley MF 1987–1989 87 4 98 5
Liam Daish DF 1994–1996 73 3 98 6  Republic of Ireland 0 [29]
Arthur Mounteney FW 1905–1909 91 29 97 30
Clinton Morrison FW 2002–2005 87 14 97 16  Republic of Ireland 24 [30]
George Edwards FW 1946–1948 84 9 97 9  Wales 6
Jamie Clapham DF 2003–2006 84 1 97 1 [31]
Gary McSheffrey FW 2006–2010 83 16 96 20  England U20 [32]
Noel Blake DF 1982–1984 76 5 96 5
Denis Thwaites FW 1962–1971 87 18 95 21  England youth
Olivier Tébily DF 2002–2006 83 0 95 0  Ivory Coast 4 [33]
Steve Robinson MF 1995–2000 81 0 95 2 [34][a]
Wally Harris FW 1924–1927 89 12 94 15  England trial
Thomas Daykin HB 1908–1912 88 1 94 1
Lee Bowyer MF
  • 2009
  • 2009–2011
81 10 94 12  England 0 [L 1] [35]
Kevin Francis FW 1995–1998 73 13 94 21  Saint Kitts and Nevis 0 [36]
Willie Steel FB 1935–1938 92 0 93 0
Radhi Jaïdi DF 2006–2009 86 6 93 6  Tunisia 4 [37]
Fred Speller FB 1888–1893 75 0 93 0
Dennis Bailey FW 1989–1991 75 23 93 25
Darren Randolph GK 2013–2015 91 0 92 0  Republic of Ireland 0 [38]
Tomasz Kuszczak * GK 2015– 89 0 92 0  Poland 0 [39]
Bunny Larkin U 1956–1960 79 23 92 29
Marcelo FW 1999–2002 76 24 91 26 [40]
Charlie Tickle FW 1902–1908 88 14 91 15
Byron Stevenson DF 1982–1985 74 3 91 3  Wales 4
Steven Caldwell DF 2011–2013 77 1 90 2  Scotland 0 [41]
Nicky Eaden DF 2000–2002 74 3 90 5 [42]
Oakey Field FW 1902–1905 86 14 89 15
Ernie Islip FW 1923–1927 83 23 89 24
Robbie Savage MF 2002–2005 82 11 88 12  Wales 14 [43]
James McFadden FW 2008–2010 82 13 88 14  Scotland 11 [44]
Stephen Kelly DF 2006–2009 79 0 88 0  Republic of Ireland 12 [45]
Kevin Langley MF 1988–1990 76 2 88 2
Roger Johnson DF 2009–2011 76 2 88 3 [46]
Frank Worthington FW 1979–1982 75 29 88 33  England 0
Fred Pickering FW 1967–1969 74 27 88 32  England 0
Chris Whyte DF 1993–1996 68 1 88 2  England U21 [47][48]
Charlie Millington FW 1909–1912 84 13 87 13
George Robertson U 1910–1913 84 17 87 17
Andy Kennedy FW 1985–1988 76 19 87 21  Scotland youth [49]
Chris Holland MF 1996–2000 68 0 87 0  England U21 [L 2] [47][50]
Walter Abbott FW
  • 1896–1899
  • 1910
77 57 86 66  England 0
Benny Bond FW 1927–1931 82 13 85 13
Alec Jackson FW 1964–1966 78 11 85 12
Stern John FW 2002–2004 77 16 85 21  Trinidad and Tobago 14 [51]
Seymour Morris FW 1935–1939 83 29 84 30  Wales 5
Mehdi Nafti MF 2005–2009 80 0 84 1  Tunisia 11 [L 3] [52]
Freddie Wilcox FW 1903–1906 78 32 84 32  England trial
Billy Guest FW 1933–1937 76 15 84 17
David Seaman GK 1984–1986 75 0 84 0  England 0
Jeff Kenna DF 2001–2004 75 3 84 3  Republic of Ireland 0 [L 4] [53]
Steve Bruce DF 1996–1998 72 2 84 3 England B [54][55]
Barry Ferguson MF 2009–2011 72 0 84 2  Scotland 0 [56]
Bill Horsman FW 1929–1935 78 3 83 3
Gary Cooper MF / DF 1993–1996 62 2 83 4  England youth [57]
Edmund Eyre FW
  • 1907–1908
  • 1914–1915
77 14 82 16
Archie Styles DF 1974–1978 74 4 82 4  England youth [58]
Kevin Phillips FW 2008–2011 69 19 82 22  England 0 [59]
Nathan Redmond MF 2010–2013 62 7 82 9  England 0 [60]
Lukas Jutkiewicz * FW 2016– 76 16 81 18 [L 5] [61]
Jon Bass DF 1994–2001 68 0 81 0 English Schools [62]
Mark Ward MF 1994–1995 63 7 81 8 England C [63]
George Hicks FW 1928–1931 76 18 80 18
George Anderson FW 1905–1909 74 10 80 10
Paul Mardon DF 1991–1993 64 1 80 1  Wales 0 [64]
Chris Charsley GK 1886–1894 55 0 80 0  England 1
Bill Harvey FW 1921–1925 78 2 79 2 England amateur
Archie Goldie FB 1901–1904 77 0 79 0
Che Adams * FW 2016– 73 12 79 16  England U20 [65]
George Adey U 1899–1902 71 1 79 2
Fabrice Muamba MF 2006–2008 71 2 79 2  England U21 [L 6] [47][66]
Marlon King FW 2011–2013 67 29 79 32  Jamaica 2 [67]
John Roberts DF 1972–1976 66 1 79 1  Wales 15
Simon Charlton DF 1997–2000 72 0 78 0  England youth [L 7] [68]
Demarai Gray MF 2013–2016 72 8 78 8  England U21 [69]
Gary Emmanuel MF 1975–1978 71 6 78 6  Wales U23
Frank Lester FB 1895–1900 68 0 78 0
Emile Heskey FW 2004–2006 68 14 78 16  England 3 [70]
Billy Bennett FW 1896–1901 70 12 76 13
Tony Evans FW 1979–1982 66 28 76 33
Jerry Gill DF 1998–2001 60 0 76 0 England C [71]
Laurie Burkinshaw FW 1919–1921 71 11 75 12
Arthur Leonard FW 1901–1904 68 25 75 26
Nicky Forster FW 1997–1999 67 11 75 12  England U21 [47][72]
Bob Gregg FW 1931–1933 66 11 75 15
Roy Martin FB 1950–1955 69 0 74 0
Mike Kelly GK 1970–1975 62 0 74 0 England amateur
Tommy Williams DF 1986–1988 62 1 74 2
Andrew Shinnie MF 2013–2016 67 4 73 6  Scotland 0 [73]
Jimmy Montgomery GK 1977–1979 66 0 73 0  England U23 [74]
Martin Hicks DF 1991–1993 60 1 73 2
Julian Gray MF 2004–2007 60 3 73 5 [75]
Brian Sharples DF 1962–1968 61 2 72 2
Eli Ashurst FB 1922–1926 66 1 70 1
Ted Purdon FW 1951–1954 64 27 70 30
Robin Stubbs FW 1959–1963 61 17 70 20
Bobby Thomson DF 1969–1970 63 0 69 0  England 0
Tom Bayley FB 1890–1893 60 0 69 0
Lee Novak FW 2013–2016 59 9 69 12 [76]
Ken Armstrong DF 1984–1986 58 1 69 1
David Dunn MF 2003–2006 58 7 69 8  England 0 [77]
Harry Morris HB 1884–1893 42 2 69 4
Billy Morgan FW 1913–1920 60 11 68 13  England victory international
Billy Wardle FW 1951–1953 60 5 68 7
Roger Hansbury GK 1986–1989 57 0 68 0
Joe Lane FW 1920–1922 67 26 67 26
Kevin Ashley DF 1987–1990 57 1 67 1
Kevin Poole GK 1998–2001 55 0 67 0 [78]
Brian Taylor FW 1958–1961 54 7 67 9
Dai Richards HB 1937–1939 62 2 66 2  Wales 6
Frank Clack GK 1934–1939 60 0 66 0
Callum Reilly MF 2012–2015 60 2 66 2  Republic of Ireland U21 [79]
Henry Clutterbuck GK 1897–1899 59 0 66 0
Steve Lynex MF
  • 1979–1981
  • 1986
56 12 66 13 [L 8]
Mario Melchiot DF 2004–2006 56 2 66 2  Netherlands 2 [80]
Mark Yates U 1988–1991 54 6 66 7 England C [81]
Norman Brunskill HB 1936–1938 63 2 65 2
Johnny Newman HB 1952–1957 60 0 65 0
Andy Saville FW 1993–1995 59 17 65 18
Jason Bowen MF 1995–1997 48 7 65 11  Wales 1 [82][83]
John Kearns FB 1906–1909 61 1 64 1
Don Dorman FW 1947–1951 59 4 64 6
Don Givens FW 1978–1981 59 10 64 10  Republic of Ireland 14
John Connolly FW 1976–1978 57 9 63 9  Scotland 0
Nico Vaesen GK 2001–2005 54 0 63 0 [84]
Colin Doyle GK 2006–2015 31 0 63 0  Republic of Ireland 1 [85]
Thomas Dunlop FB / HB 1896–1898 59 2 62 2
John Oliver FB 1894–1896 57 0 62 0
Jimmy Inglis FW 1896–1899 56 24 62 28
Bill Smith FW 1950–1952 55 21 62 23
Gary Childs MF 1987–1989 55 2 62 2  England youth [86]
Jack Aston FW 1900–1902 55 24 61 24
Jimmy Windridge FW
  • 1903–1905
  • 1914–1915
55 18 61 19  England 0
Frank Cornan HB 1905–1908 54 1 61 1
Garry O'Connor FW 2007–2010 52 9 61 12  Scotland 5 [87]
Mat Sadler DF 2002–2007 51 0 61 0  England U19 [88]
Stuart Parnaby DF 2007–2011 47 0 61 1  England U21 [47][89]
Ricky Otto FW 1994–1996 45 6 61 8 [90]
Harold Wassell FB 1902–1903 56 0 60 1
Jermaine Pennant MF 2005–2006 50 2 60 3  England U21 [L 6] [47][91]
Scott Dann DF 2009–2011 50 2 60 3  England U21 [47][92]
Dave Barnett DF 1993–1997 46 0 60 0 [93]
Harry Hampton FW 1920–1922 57 31 59 31  England 0
Andy Smith FW 1913–1915 54 33 59 34
Chris Marsden MF 1997–1998 52 3 59 6 [94][a]
Scott Hiley DF 1993–1996 49 0 59 0 [95]
Howard Gayle FW 1983–1984 46 9 59 11  England U21 [L 9]
Andy Edwards DF 1995–1996 40 1 59 3 [96]
Paul Peschisolido FW
  • 1992–1994
  • 1996
52 17 57 18  Canada 9 [97]
Graham Hyde MF 1999–2002 51 1 57 2 [98]
Frank Buckley HB 1909–1911 55 4 56 4  England 0
Joe Devine U 1935–1937 55 2 56 2
Ryan Shotton DF 2016–2017 53 3 56 3 [L 10] [99]
David Geddis FW 1984–1986 46 18 56 21 England B [54]
Danny Sonner MF 2000–2001 41 2 56 3  Northern Ireland 1 [100]
Jean Beausejour MF 2010–2012 39 3 56 5  Chile 13 [101]
Curtis Woodhouse MF 2001–2002 48 2 55 2  England U21 [47][102]
John Gayle FW 1990–1993 44 10 55 14
Jim Higgins FW 1949–1952 50 12 54 14  Republic of Ireland 1
Richard Dryden DF 1993–1994 48 0 54 0
Les Phillips MF 1982–1984 44 3 54 4  England youth [103]
Frederick Chapple FW 1908–1910 50 15 53 16
Horace Bailey GK 1911–1913 50 0 53 0  England 0
Lee Carsley MF 2008–2010 48 2 53 3  Republic of Ireland 0 [104]
Thomas Farnall HB
  • 1896–1897
  • 1899–1900
45 2 53 2
Darren Carter MF 2002–2005 45 3 53 5  England U20 [105]
Will Devey FW
  • 1888–1891
  • 1899
42 36 53 53
Arthur Turner HB 1939–1947 39 0 53 0 [b]
Aubrey Scriven FW 1924–1927 52 9 52 9
Arthur Smith FW 1912–1914 51 3 52 4
Tommy Briggs FW 1951–1952 50 22 52 23 England B [54]
Johnny McMillan FW 1901–1903 49 24 52 25
Andy Legg MF 1996–1997 45 5 52 5  Wales 4 [82][107]
Stan Harland MF 1971–1972 38 0 52 0
Ambrose Hartwell FB / HB 1902–1907 50 1 51 1
Harry Howard HB 1902–1906 48 1 51 1
Franck Queudrue DF 2007–2010 47 3 51 3 France B [108]
Joe Smith FB 1926–1928 48 0 50 0  England 0
Jackie Lane FW 1953–1956 46 14 50 14
Wes Thomas FW
  • 2013
  • 2014–2016
44 7 50 11 [L 11] [109]
DJ Campbell FW 2006–2007 43 9 50 12 England C [110]
Bert Crossthwaite GK 1911–1914 49 0 49 0
George Hollis GK 1891–1894 48 0 49 0
Jack Wilcox FW 1908–1911 47 1 48 2
Walter Corbett FB 1907–1911 46 0 48 0  England 3
Peter Withe FW
  • 1975–1976
  • 1987
43 11 48 11  England 0 [L 12]
Nicklas Bendtner on loan FW 2006–2007 42 11 48 13  Denmark 6 [L 6] [111]
Jimmy Daws HB 1920–1923 46 1 47 1
Toine van Mierlo MF 1981–1982 44 4 47 4  Netherlands 0
Boaz Myhill on loan GK 2011–2012 42 0 47 0
  • 0
  •  
[L 13] [112]
Tommy Carroll DF 1971–1972 38 0 47 0  Republic of Ireland 9 [L 14]
Jack Butland GK 2012–2013 46 0 46 0
  • 1
  •  
[L 15] [1]
George Haywood FW 1929–1934 38 15 46 18
Mick Halsall MF 1983–1984 36 3 46 3  England youth [113]
Bobby Hope FW 1972–1975 34 5 46 5  Scotland 0
Charlie Hare FW 1896–1898 43 14 45 14
Willie Robb GK 1914–1915 40 0 45 0  Scotland 0
Gary Breen DF 1996–1997 40 2 45 2  Republic of Ireland 6 [114]
George Smith MF 1971–1973 39 0 45 0
Jack Kidd FW 1910–1912 40 8 44 8
Bill Hastings FW 1912–1914 40 7 44 7
Mark Cooper MF 1991–1992 39 4 44 5
David Smith MF 1993–1994 38 3 44 3  England U21 [47]
Bill Purves FB 1893–1895 41 0 43 0
Pat Howard DF 1977–1979 40 0 43 0
Ben Foster GK 2010–2011 38 0 43 0  England 1 [115]
Morgaro Gomis MF 2011–2013 31 0 43 0  Senegal 0 [116]
Bill Hunter HB 1921–1926 41 0 42 0
Jimmy Dailey FW 1949–1952 41 14 42 14
Ken Rowley FW 1951–1954 40 19 42 20
Cammie Fraser DF 1965–1966 39 0 42 0  Scotland U23 [117]
George Parris DF 1993–1995 39 1 42 0 English Schools [118]
Cheikh Ndoye * MF 2017– 39 0 42 0  Senegal 10 [119]
John Trewick MF / DF 1987–1989 37 0 42 0  England youth [120]
Colin Robinson FW 1988–1989 37 6 42 6
Peter Løvenkrands MF 2012–2014 37 4 42 8  Denmark 0 [121]
Steve Bryant DF 1973–1976 36 1 42 1
George Short U 1888–1894 31 5 42 6
Darran Rowbotham FW 1992–1993 36 6 41 6  Wales youth [122]
Joe Hart on loan GK 2009–2010 36 0 41 0  England 0 [L 16] [123]
Walter Main FW 1899–1901 33 11 41 14
Jock Mulraney FW 1946–1947 27 8 41 16
Richard Forsyth MF 1995–1996 26 2 41 2 England C [124]
Bobby Brennan FW 1949–1950 39 7 40 7  Ireland 3
Harlee Dean * DF 2017– 37 1 40 1 [125]
Tom Adeyemi MF 2013–2014 35 1 40 3 [126]
Mark Jones DF 1984–1986 34 0 40 0
Ronnie Fenton FW 1965–1967 33 7 40 8
Mitch Hancox DF 2012–2016 33 0 40 0 [127]
Bob Fairman FB / HB
  • 1907–1909
  • 1912–1914
38 2 39 2
Maxime Colin * DF 2017– 38 2 39 2  France U20 [128]
Dave Mangnall FW 1934–1935 37 14 39 15
Hayden Mullins MF 2012–2014 36 2 39 2  England U21 [47][129]
Robert Tesche MF
  • 2015
  • 2016–2017
36 2 39 3 [L 17] [130]
David Stockdale * GK 2017– 36 0 39 0 England C [131]
Jack Jones FW 1895–1897 35 15 39 18
Tommy Mooney FW 2001–2002 34 13 39 15 [132]
Barry Horne MF 1996–1997 33 0 39 0  Wales 5 [82][133]
Neil Danns MF 2006–2007 31 3 39 3  Guyana 0 [134]
Neil Kilkenny MF 2005–2007 26 0 39 0
  • 1
  •  
  •  
[135]
Aliou Cissé MF 2002–2004 36 0 38 0  Senegal 8 [136]
Jon Toral on loan MF 2015–2016 36 8 38 8 [L 6] [137]
Emilio Nsue MF 2017–2018 36 1 38 1
  • 2
  •  
[138]
Thomas Oakes FW 1897–1899 35 8 38 8
Geoff Cox FW 1952–1957 35 3 38 5
Gary Jones FW 1976–1977 35 1 38 1
Jota * MF 2017– 35 5 38 5 [139]
Jackie Brown FW 1938–1939 34 6 38 7
  • 3
  • 0
[b] [140]
Harold Roberts FW 1948–1950 34 2 38 3
Gerry Daly MF 1984–1985 32 1 38 1  Republic of Ireland 5
Peter Shearer FW 1994–1995 29 7 38 13 England C [141]
Steve Castle MF 1995–1996 23 1 38 2 [142]
Walter Freeman FW 1909–1911 37 11 37 11
Phil Hawker DF 1980–1982 35 1 37 1  England youth
David Rennie DF / MF 1992–1993 35 4 37 4  Scotland youth [143]
Dennis Mortimer MF 1986–1987 33 4 37 6 England B [54]
Tony Godden GK 1987–1988 29 0 37 0
Jack Beattie FW 1937 36 10 36 10
Billy Ellis FW 1927–1928 32 8 36 8
Jimmy Greenhoff FW 1968–1969 31 14 36 15  England U23
Christian Benítez on loan FW 2009–2010 30 3 36 4  Ecuador 4 [144]
Marc Roberts * DF 2017– 30 1 36 1 England C [145]
Nick Platnauer DF / MF 1984–1986 28 2 36 2
Jordon Mutch MF 2008–2012 24 2 36 2  England U21 [146]
Jack Elkes FW 1919–1921 34 15 35 15
Marcus Bent FW 2008–2009 33 3 35 3  England U21 [47][147]
Walter Pandiani FW 2005–2006 31 6 35 6  Uruguay 0 [L 18] [148]
José Dominguez MF 1994–1996 25 3 35 4  Portugal 0 [149]
Eddy Stanley FW 1882–1890 13 5 35 19
Jack Sykes FB 1934–1937 33 0 34 0
Sam Gallagher on loan FW 2017–2018 33 6 34 7 [L 7] [150]
Stan Hauser GK 1913–1922 31 0 34 0 England amateur
Joe Loughran HB 1935–1937 31 2 34 2
Jérémie Boga on loan MF 2017–2018 31 2 34 2
  • 0
  •  
[L 19] [151]
Shane Ferguson on loan MF
  • 2013
  • 2013–2014
29 1 34 1  Northern Ireland 8 [L 20] [152]
James Moles HB 1909–1911 33 0 33 0
Jackie Goodwin FW 1946–1949 32 8 33 8
Bert Millard U 1919–1920 31 14 33 15
Sam Smith FW 1930–1934 31 13 33 13
Neil Freeman GK 1978–1980 31 0 33 0
Viv Solomon-Otabor * MF 2015– 27 2 33 2 [153]
Steve McGavin FW 1994–1995 23 2 33 7
Wally Clark FW 1923–1924 32 0 32 0
Martin McDonnell HB 1947–1949 32 0 32 0
Charles Partridge GK 1890–1895 31 0 32 0
John Sleeuwenhoek DF 1967–1970 30 0 32 0  England U23 [74]
Fred Roberts FW 1933–1934 29 9 32 10
Frank Hodges FW 1913–1915 27 4 32 5
Adrian Bird DF 1986–1989 27 0 32 1
Graham Potter MF / DF 1992–1993 25 2 32 2  England U21 [47]
Jiří Jarošík on loan MF 2005–2006 24 5 32 8  Czech Republic 0 [L 19] [154]
Paul Hendrie FW 1973–1975 22 1 32 1
Thomas Jones FW 1910–1911 31 12 31 12
Albert Clarke FW 1936–1938 31 9 31 9
Joe Barratt FW 1922–1923 30 1 31 1
Christophe Dugarry hall of fame FW 2003–2004 30 6 31 6  France 0 [L 21] [155]
Mickey Bullock FW 1964–1967 27 10 31 11 English schools [156]
Trevor Aylott FW 1990–1991 27 0 31 1
Jimmy Singer FW 1960–1961 20 8 31 15
Harry King FW 1907–1910 29 6 30 7
Stewart Barrowclough MF 1978–1979 29 2 30 2  England U23 [74]
Billy Walker FW 1913–1919 28 10 30 10
Tony Hateley FW 1969–1970 28 6 30 6
Ravel Morrison on loan MF 2012–2013 27 3 30 3  England U21 [L 1] [157]
Colin Gordon FW 1989–1991 26 3 30 3
Darren Wassall DF 1997–1999 25 0 30 0 [L 10] [158][a]
David Burrows DF 2000–2002 25 0 30 0 England B [54][160]
Kevin Miller GK 1993–1994 24 0 30 0
Neil Doherty FW 1994–1995 23 2 30 2
Pablo Ibáñez DF 2011–2012 19 0 30 0  Spain 0 [161]
Adam Rooney FW 2011–2012 18 4 30 7  Republic of Ireland U21 [162]
George Davies FW 1919–1922 29 7 29 7
Steve Fox FW 1977–1978 29 1 29 1
Ernest Pointer GK 1896–1897 28 0 29 0
Arthur Box GK 1909–1910 28 0 29 0
Arthur Reed FW 1912–1915 28 12 29 13
Alex Harley FW 1963–1964 28 9 29 9
Alan Buckley FW 1978–1979 28 8 29 8
Carl Shutt FW 1993–1994 26 4 29 4
Nicky Butt on loan MF 2005–2006 24 3 29 3  England 0 [L 2] [163]
Chris Wood on loan FW 2011–2012 23 9 29 11  New Zealand 0 [L 13] [164]
Roly Harper FW 1905–1907 22 1 29 2
Kenny Lowe MF 1993–1995 21 3 29 3 England C [165]
Guirane N'Daw on loan MF 2011–2012 19 0 29 0  Senegal 4 [L 22] [166]
Fred Foxall FW 1922–1923 28 4 28 4
Isaac Lea HB 1932–1937 27 1 28 1
Peter Bullock FW 1962–1965 27 3 28 3  England youth [167]
Muzzy Izzet MF 2004–2006 26 1 28 1  Turkey 1 [168]
Diego Fabbrini * MF
  • 2015
  • 2016–
26 0 28 0  Italy 0 [L 23] [169]
Dan Burn on loan DF 2013–2014 24 0 28 1 [L 24] [170]
Frederick Heath U 1889–1891 23 2 28 3
Jovan Kirovski FW 2002–2004 23 2 28 2  United States 5 [171]
Jack Russell FW 1924–1927 26 1 27 2
Neil Whatmore FW 1981–1982 26 6 27 7
Bruno N'Gotty DF 2006–2007 25 1 27 2  France 0 [172]
Billy Pratt FW 1889–1891 22 1 27 1
Keith Bannister HB 1952–1953 22 0 27 0  England youth [173]
Mark Sale FW 1992–1993 21 0 27 3
Wally Smith FW 1914–1915 26 4 26 4
Olivier Kapo MF 2007–2008 26 5 26 5  France 0 [174]
Charles Izon FW 1893–1897 25 8 26 8
Robert Firth FW 1909–1911 24 2 26 2
Billy Rudd FW 1960–1961 24 3 26 4
Paul Harding MF 1993–1994 22 0 26 1 [L 25]
Ted McMinn MF 1993–1994 22 0 26 0
Walter Gittins FB 1889–1890 21 0 26 0
Steve Phillips FW 1971–1975 20 1 26 1  England U18 [103]
Bart Griemink GK 1996 20 0 26 0 [175]
Darren Rogers DF 1992–1994 18 0 26 0
Paul Cooper GK 1972–1973 17 0 26 0
Charlie Phillips FW 1938–1939 24 9 25 10  Wales 0
Johnny Jordan FW 1949–1950 24 2 25 3
Don Weston FW 1960 23 3 25 3
Mick Ferguson FW 1982–1984 22 9 25 9 [L 26]
Mick Rathbone DF 1976–1978 20 0 25 0  England youth

Players with fewer than 25 or 100 or more appearances[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Soccerbase has an incomplete teamsheet for Birmingham's match against Nottingham Forest on 15 November 1997. Where a discrepancy remains between Soccerbase and Matthews (2010) for players appearing in this match,[159] figures listed here are taken from Matthews (2010).
  2. ^ a b Player statistics exclude three games played in the aborted 1939–40 Football League season.[106]

Player statistics include games played while on loan from:

References[edit]

General

  • Football League appearances and goals for players whose career ended before the Second World War: Joyce, Michael (2004). Football League Players' Records 1888 to 1939. Nottingham: SoccerData. ISBN 978-1-899468-67-6. 
  • Football Alliance appearances and goals; appearances in the abandoned 1939–40 Football League season; all appearances and goals for players whose career continued after the Second World War and ended before Soccerbase coverage began (generally, the 1996–97 season): Matthews, Tony (1995). Birmingham City: A Complete Record. Derby: Breedon Books. ISBN 978-1-85983-010-9. 
  • Appearances and goals for players whose career continued into Soccerbase coverage (generally, the 1996–97 season): "Birmingham City". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 18 August 2018. 
  • Playing positions: until 2010, Matthews, Tony (2010). Birmingham City: The Complete Record. Derby: Derby Books. pp. 120–199. ISBN 978-1-85983-853-2;  Soccerbase thereafter.
  • Matthews, Tony (2000). The Encyclopedia of Birmingham City Football Club 1875–2000. Cradley Heath: Britespot. ISBN 978-0-9539288-0-4. 
  • International selection and caps: Matthews (2010), pp. 498–502.
  • Rollin, Glenda & Rollin, Jack, eds. (2010). Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2010–2011. Headline. ISBN 978-0-7553-6107-6. 
  • "Birmingham City". Post War English & Scottish Football League A–Z Players Database. Neil Brown. Retrieved 9 August 2014. 

Specific

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    For club: Jack Butland at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  2. ^ Matthews (2010), p. 155.
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  8. ^ Matthews (2010), p. 120.
  9. ^ Matthews (1995), p. 78.
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  11. ^ Matthews (1995), p. 231.
  12. ^ Matthews (1995), p. 141.
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    For club: Gary McSheffrey at Soccerbase. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
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  34. ^ Steve Robinson at Soccerbase. Retrieved 29 May 2016.
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  37. ^ Radhi Jaïdi at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  40. ^ Marcelo at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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    "Bulgaria 1–1 Republic of Ireland". RTÉ. 6 June 2009. Retrieved 21 December 2012. 
    Excludes one cap won while on loan at Stoke City.
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    For club: Rollin & Rollin, p. 458.
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  53. ^ Jeff Kenna at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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    For club: Gary Cooper at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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    For club: Kevin Phillips at Soccerbase. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
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  61. ^ Lukas Jutkiewicz at Soccerbase. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
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    For club: Mark Ward at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  65. ^ For club: Che Adams at Soccerbase. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
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    For club: Marlon King at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 September 2013.
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    For club: Simon Charlton at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  69. ^ For club and country: "D. Gray". Soccerway. Perform Group. Retrieved 2 April 2016. 
  70. ^ Emile Heskey at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  71. ^ For country: "Jerry Gill". Barry Hugman's Footballers. 
    For club: Jerry Gill at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  72. ^ Nicky Forster at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  73. ^ For country: "Andrew Shinnie". Scottish Football Association. Retrieved 1 July 2018. 
    For club: Andrew Shinnie at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
  74. ^ a b c For England U23: Courtney, Barrie (27 March 2004). "England – U-23 International Results – Details". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
  75. ^ Julian Gray at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  76. ^ Lee Novak at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
  77. ^ David Dunn at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  78. ^ Kevin Poole at Soccerbase. Retrieved 8 March 2016.
  79. ^ For country: "Callum Reilly". Football Association of Ireland. 30 April 2015. 
    For club: Callum Reilly at Soccerbase. Retrieved 2 May 2015.
  80. ^ For country: "Mario Melchiot 22 interlands" [Mario Melchiot 22 internationals]. Voetbalstats.nl (in Dutch). Retrieved 30 April 2015. 
    For club: Mario Melchiot at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  81. ^ For country: Metcalf, Rupert (5 March 1999). "Grayson sparks England win". The Independent. Retrieved 20 January 2013. 
  82. ^ a b c For Wales: Courtney, Barrie (20 May 2004). "Wales – International Results 1990–1999 – Details". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 27 March 2008. 
  83. ^ Jason Bowen at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  84. ^ Nico Vaesen at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  85. ^ For country: "Ireland's International Players". Football Association of Ireland. 19 November 2014. Retrieved 30 April 2015. 
    For club: Colin Doyle at Soccerbase. Retrieved 2 May 2015.
  86. ^ For country: "Gary Childs". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
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  88. ^ For country: "Sadler handed new deal". BBC Sport. 2 December 2003. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
    For club: Mat Sadler at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  89. ^ Stuart Parnaby at Soccerbase. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
  90. ^ Ricky Otto at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  91. ^ Jermaine Pennant at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  92. ^ Scott Dann at Soccerbase. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
  93. ^ Dave Barnett at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  94. ^ Chris Marsden at Soccerbase. Retrieved 29 May 2016
  95. ^ Scott Hiley at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  96. ^ Andy Edwards at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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    For club: Paul Peschisolido at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  98. ^ Graham Hyde at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  99. ^ Ryan Shotton at Soccerbase. Retrieved 9 September 2017.
  100. ^ Danny Sonner at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  102. ^ Curtis Woodhouse at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  104. ^ Lee Carsley at Soccerbase. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
  105. ^ Darren Carter at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  107. ^ Andy Legg at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  108. ^ For country: Rollin & Rollin, p. 427.
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  109. ^ Wes Thomas at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
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    For club: Nicklas Bendtner at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  119. ^ For country: "Cheikh Ndoye". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 18 August 2018. 
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  124. ^ For country: "Richard Forsyth". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
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  125. ^ Harlee Dean at Soccerbase. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  126. ^ Tom Adeyemi at Soccerbase. Retrieved 9 August 2014.
  127. ^ Mitch Hancox at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
  128. ^ For club: Maxime Colin at Soccerbase. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
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  129. ^ Hayden Mullins at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
  130. ^ Robert Tesche at Soccerbase. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
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    Cazal, Jean-Michel (2 February 2005). "International Matches 2003 – Intercontinental". RSSSF. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
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  149. ^ José Dominguez at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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  151. ^ For club: Jérémie Boga at Soccerbase. Retrieved 7 May 2018.
    For Ivory Coast: "Jérémie Boga". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 7 May 2018. 
    For France: "U19: Jérémie Boga". Fédération Française de Football. Retrieved 9 September 2017. 
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  154. ^ Jiří Jarošík at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  155. ^ Christophe Dugarry at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  156. ^ For English Schools: "Mickey Bullock". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
  157. ^ For country: "Ravel Morrison". The Football Association. Retrieved 21 October 2013. 
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  158. ^ Darren Wassall at Soccerbase. Retrieved 29 May 2016.
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  162. ^ For country and club: "A. Rooney". Soccerway. Perform Group. Retrieved 30 April 2015. 
  163. ^ Nicky Butt at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
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    For club: Chris Wood at Soccerbase. Retrieved 29 April 2015.
  165. ^ For country: "Kenny Lowe". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
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  167. ^ For country: "Peter Bullock". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 29 April 2015. 
  168. ^ For country: "Mustafa Kemal Izzet". Turkish Football Federation. Retrieved 28 March 2008. 
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  169. ^ For country: "Diego Fabbrini". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 18 August 2018. 
    For club: Diego Fabbrini at Soccerbase. Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  170. ^ Dan Burn at Soccerbase. Retrieved 11 January 2014.
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    For club: Jovan Kirovski at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  172. ^ Bruno N'Gotty at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.
  173. ^ For country: Matthews (1995), p. 70.
  174. ^ Olivier Kapo at Soccerbase. Retrieved 8 March 2016.
  175. ^ Bart Griemink at Soccerbase. Retrieved 15 March 2010.