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Birmingham City football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of St. Andrews. Great books about current and former Birmingham City players and Birmingham City managers and the history of Birmingham City football club.

Top recommended books include The Legends of Birmingham City, St. Andrew's Encyclopedia, Birmingham City Football Club (Archive Photographs) plus many more in the Birmingham City online bookshop

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Recommended Birmingham City Books
Birmingham City Head to Head
Birmingham City: Head to Head reveals for the first time how the Blues have fared against every club they've ever played, in any competition, since the club entered the Football League. From Altrincham to York City, Birmingham's complete record of matches against each club is looked at in detail and illustrated with pictures. Also included is a table of players who've played for both clubs and a 'fact file' highlighting the most surprising nuggets to be gleaned from this fresh way of interpreting the club's statistics. Did you know that Joe Bradford, Blues' most prolific goalscorer, has scored more than twice as many goals for Birmingham (267) than his nearest rival, Trevor Francis (129)? Or that Birmingham have not met local rivals Aston Villa in the FA Cup for more than 100 years?

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St. Andrew's Encyclopedia: An A-Z of Birmingham City FC
One of the sleeping giants of English football, Birmingham City began life as Small Heath and in its early seasons in the Football League showed enormous potential. In 1906 Small Heath moved to its permanent home at St Andrew's and changed its name to Birmingham City. Although the club has often been overshadowed by the exploits of neighbouring Aston Villa, its has boasted a number of famous players including Frank Womack, Freddie Wheldon, Joe Bradford, Harry Hibbs, Gil Merrick, Trevor Smith, Malcolm Beard, Bob Latchford and the club's present manager, Trevor Francis. From the players to the managers, from the biggest victory to the worst defeat, this is an encyclopaedia of the club.

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The Little Book of Birmingham City
Traditionally Birmingham City have been the poor relations of Second-City football but that could all be about to change. Under the guidance of David Sullivan and the Gold Brothers and with a new 60-capacity stadium in prospect, Birmingham are undergoing a revival on the pitch as well as off it. The proverbial Sleeping Giants are gearing up to be a Big Club once more and the fanbase is there for the success. Birmingham City FC were founded in 1875 and their St Andrews ground was built on a former Romany encampment - any bad luck they have is said to emanate from a gypsy curse. But the Blues also claim to be the first British club to reach a European final, an Inter City Trade Fairs Cup Final against Barcelona in 1962, and their greatest-ever triumph came when they beat Villa in the 1963 League Cup Final.

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The Legends of Birmingham City
Birmingham City have had mixed fortunes since they formed as Small Heath Alliance in 1877, going on to enter the Football League in 1892. Along the way, they have had several promotions, played in two FA Cup finals, they have won the League Cup and have played in two European Fairs Cup finals. Blues players down the years have had their highs and lows. Here, for the first time, is a tribute to 100 of the club's outstanding performers. Illustrated throughout with high quality photographs, "The Legends of Birmingham City" will delight all true football fans. After great deliberation, the author has made a selection of players that includes some of his own particular favourites from recent times, as well as paying tribute to stars of a bygone era.

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Birmingham City Football Books

Many more books in the Birmingham City football bookshop with annuals, in-depth player and manager profiles and biographies, club stats and history.

Recommended Birmingham City DVDs
Birmingham City 250 Greatest Goals [DVD]
Collection of 250 of Birmingham Cities greatest goals from players including Trevor Francis to Bob Latchford, Bob Hatton to Mick Harford and Andy Johnson to Gary McSheffrey.

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Birmingham City: Race for the Title [DVD] [2008]
Alex McLeish is determined to take the Blues back to the Premier League at the first attempt and after a summer of comings and goings, including the inspired signing of striker Kevin Phillips, Birmingham made a superb start to their 2008/09 campaign. The early pace setters set the tone with a hat-trick of victories over Sheffield United, Southampton and Barnsley to kick the season off, super Kev scoring in all three matches beginning his Blues career with the most dramatic of winners in added time on the opening day.This is the story of Birmingham's quest to return to the top tier of English football. A story full of twists and turns and goals galore

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Birmingham City Football DVDs

Many more DVDs in the Birmingham City Football DVD shop. Relive Birmingham City's famous victories, memorable matches and great goals

Recommended Birmingham City Replica Kit and Merchandise
Birmingham City Home Shirt 2009 2010
2009/10 season Birmingham City FC Home Shirt.

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Birmingham City Away Shirt 2009/10
Birmingham City Away Shirt 2009/10

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Birmingham City Replica Kit and Merchandise

More merchandise in the Birmingham City Replica Kit and Merchandise shop with replica shirts and shorts and other great Birmingham City items.

St. Andrews information and aerial tour
St. Andrews St. Andrews home of Birmingham City football club. Directions to the ground, where to park, recommended pubs and places to eat and visit. Plus a virtual aerial tour of the stadium.

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