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Club information: Birmingham City

Club information page for Birmingham City Football Club.

Full name: Birmingham City Football Club

Nicknames: Blues, Brum

Founded: 1875 (as Small Heath Alliance)

Owners: Trillion Trophy Asia

Stadium (capacity): St Andrew's (29,409)

Most appearances: Gil Merrick (551)

Most league appearances: Frank Womack (491)

Most goals: Joe Bradford (267)

Most league goals: Joe Bradford (249)

Oldest player: Dennis Jennings (39 years 290 days vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers, May 6 1950)

Youngest player: Jude Bellingham (16 years 38 days vs. Portsmouth, August 6 2019)

Biggest win: Small Heath 12–0 Nottingham Forest (Football Alliance, March 8 1889), Small Heath 12–0 Doncaster Rovers (Second Division, April 11 1903), Small Heath 12–0 Walsall Town Swifts (Second Division, December 17 1892)

Biggest defeat: Sheffield Wednesday 9–1 Small Heath (Football Alliance, December 21 1889), Newton Heath 9–1 Small Heath (Football Alliance, April 7 1890), Blackburn Rovers 9–1 Small Heath (First Division, February 5 1895), Derby County 8–0 Birmingham (First Division, November 30 1895), Newcastle United 8–0 Birmingham (First Division, November 23 1905), Sheffield Wednesday 9–1 Birmingham (First Division, December 13 1930), Preston North End 8–0 Birmingham (First Division, February 1 1958), Birmingham City 0–8 AFC Bournemouth (Championship, October 25 2014)

Highest transfer fee paid: £6.5m - Jota from Brentford (August 31, 2017)

Highest transfer fee received: £25m - Jude Bellingham to Borussia Dortmund (July 20, 2020)


Second Division/Championship (4): 1892–93, 1920–21, 1947–48, 1954–55

Third Division/League One (1): 1994–95

League Cup (2): 1963, 2011

League Trophy/EFL Trophy (2): 1991, 1995

Charity Shield/Community Shield (1): 1981

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Friday's key events

· The athletics schedule begins, with 100m sprinter Dina Asher-Smith among the names in action on the opening day. The men's 10,000m final concludes the action, with Team GB's Sam Atkin and Marc Scott taking part in the absence of 2012 and 2016 champion Sir Mo Farah (1am-2.30pm)

· Victoria Thornley is Team GB's representative in the women's single sculls final (1.33am)
· Great Britain will be going for gold in the men's eight final (2.25am)

· Team GB duo Molly Renshaw and Abbie Wood take part in the women's 200m breaststroke final, but new Olympic record-holder Tatjana Schoenmaker of South Africa is the hot favourite (2.41am)
· Luke Greenbank has very realistic ambitions of picking up a medal in the men's 200m backstroke final (2.50am)
· There is also British representation in the women's 100m freestyle final, although any medal for Anna Hopkin would be a surprise (2.59am)
· With one gold and one silver already under his belt at these Games, Duncan Scott goes again in the men's 200m individual medley final (3.16am)

· Bryony Page will be looking to repeat her 2016 heroics in the women's event (5am-7.30pm)

· Bradley Forbes-Cryans will be looking to emulate Rio gold medallist Joe Clarke in the men's kayak event (6am-9am)

· The women's tournament enters the quarter-finals, with Great Britain facing Australia at the Ibaraki Kashima Stadium (10am)

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