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Birmingham City FC Betting
Birmingham City are a football club in the region of the Midlands alongside the likes of Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Bromwich Albion. They have a long history that dates back to 1875 when they were originally formed as Small Heath Alliance. Their most successful period dates back to the 50s and 60s which included their highest ever finish in the top division, which is 6th. The competition they have performed best is the Football League Cup, also known as the EFL Cup, which they won both in 1962-63 and in 2010-11, beating local rivals Aston Villa in their first victory and beating Arsenal in their most recent victory. The last time Birmingham finished higher than 10th in the Championship was in 2011-12, meaning the vast majority of their current spell in the second tier has been spent narrowly avoiding relegation. Will they eventually drop into the third tier or will they receive enough backing to push back into the Premier League? The former looks more likely than the latter and the betting odds reflect that but as we know - anything can happen in the Championship.
- First Division: 0 Wins
- Second Division: 4 Wins (1892/93, 1920/21, 1947/48, 1954/55)
- FA Cup: 0 Wins (Runner Up twice: 1930/31 & 1955/56)
- League Cup: 2 Wins (1962/63 & 2010/11)
Birmingham Current Details
- Head Coach: Wayne Rooney
- Captain: Dion Sanderson
- Key Players: Ethan Laird, Juninho Bacuna, Krystian Bielik
- Ground: St Andrews
Betting on Birmingham City in 2024
Birmingham are predicted to finish towards the bottom end of mid-table in 2024 which is an improvement of their recent seasons where they’ve finished between 18th-21st in most of the last 10 seasons. They have a good mix of experienced players and youth in their squad and it is their young players who have brought that extra bit of quality that kept them up in the 2022/23 season. In the 2023/24 season, we don’t see them as a team who will rise up the table and challenge for promotion but depending on how their transfer window goes, they could potentially fall into the drop zone, in our opinion, they’ll sit in the bottom half of mid-table and due to that, be relatively comfortable next season.