Birmingham City Players Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wages)

Birmingham City Players Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wages)

Birmingham City Players Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wages)

Want to know the Birmingham City Players Salaries 2020? Salaries of players of Birmingham City? Which Birmingham players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Birmingham Players Salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Birmingham City Players Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about Birmingham players contracts.

Birmingham City is a Championship club based in Birmingham, England. They have been going up and down the divisions in recent years but have been mainly in the Championship. The last time Birmingham were in the Premier League was in 2010/11.

Birmingham enjoyed their most successful period between the 1950s and early 1960s. They finished sixth in the First Division in the 1955–56 season and reached the 1956 FA Cup Final.  The Blues won their first major trophy, the League Cup, in 1963, beating Aston Villa. They won the League Cup again for the second time in 2011. Birmingham City have played in the top tier of English football for half their history.

The Birmingham nickname is the Blues and their fans are known as “Bluenoses”. The main rivals of Birmingham are Aston Villa, who are currently in the Premier League after earning promotion through the Championship playoffs in May.

Birmingham’s home ground is the St Andrew’s Stadium in Birmingham. It can host up to 29,409 fans and it has been their home ground since 1906. Birmingham are one of the oldest clubs around going all the way back to 1875.

Birmingham City Players Salaries 2020 – Weekly Wages

A little known fact about Birmingham City – they are not too financially stable right now. Last season, in May, they were fined 9 points in the Championship which saw them drop from the 13th spot to the 18th due to breach of EFL financial fair play rules.

The breakdown was:

Season 2015/16 – Loss £1.982m

Season 2016/17 – Loss £12.944m

And then, Season 2017/18 – Loss £33.861m (£20.86m above the annual £13m threshold). Blues had forecasted making player sales profits of £8.3 million. In January 2017, Gianfranco Zola had signed four new players for £7.45m and the summer after, Harry Redknapp brought in nine permanent signings and five loan players at a total cost of £23.75 million.

They finished in the 17th spot last season, fired their old manager, Gary Monk and are now being led by Pep Clotet.

RankPlayersYearly SalaryPositionAge
1Jefferson Montero£ 1,560,000LW30
2Craig Gardner£ 1,040,000CM32
3David Stockdale£ 936,000GK33
4Marc Roberts£ 624,000CB29
5Kristian Pedersen£ 544,000LB25
6Lukas Jutkiewicz£ 520,000CF30
7Maikel Kieftenbeld£ 520,000DM29
8Maxime Colin£ 520,000RB27
9Harlee Dean£ 468,000CB28
10Jacques Maghoma£ 312,000LM31
11Jonathan Grounds£ 312,000LB31
12David Davis£ 260,000CM28
13Lee Camp£ 260,000GK35
14Gary Gardner£ 156,000CM27
15Wes Harding£ 156,000CB22
16Connal Trueman£ 26,000GK23
17Agus Medina£ 0CM25
18Cheick Keita£ 0LB23
19Dan Crowley£ 0AM22
20Fran Villalba£ 0AM21
21Geraldo Bajrami£ 0CB19
22Ivan Sunjic£ 0DM22
23Jake Clarke-Salter£ 0CB21
24Jake Weaver£ 0GK22
25Moha Ramos£ 0GK19
26Odin Bailey£ 0AM19
27Steve Seddon£ 0LB21
28Álvaro Giménez£ 0CF28

Birmingham City Players In & Out 2020 – Arrivals

Name & PositionAgeSigned FromTransfer Fee/Status
Ivan Sunjic22Dinamo Zagreb8,00 mil. €
Defensive Midfield1.HNL
Álvaro Giménez28UD Almería1,50 mil. €
Centre-ForwardLaLiga2
Dan Crowley21Willem II780 thousand €
Attacking MidfieldEredivisie
Agus Medina24UE CornellàFree transfer
Central MidfieldSegunda División B – Grupo III
Iván Guzmán28UE OlotFree transfer
Right WingerSegunda División B – Grupo III
Jefferson Montero29SwanseaLoan
Left WingerChampionship
Jake Clarke-Salter21Chelsea U23Loan
Centre-BackPremier League 2
Fran Villalba21Valencia?
Attacking MidfieldLaLiga
Gary Gardner27Aston Villa?
Central MidfieldPremier League
Moha Ramos19RM CastillaLoan
GoalkeeperSegunda División B – Grupo I
Odin Bailey19Birmingham U23
Attacking MidfieldEngland
Charlie Lakin21StevenageEnd of loan
Attacking MidfieldLeague TwoMay 31, 2020
Corey O’Keeffe21Birmingham U23
Right-BackEngland
Corey O’Keeffe21MacclesfieldEnd of loan
Right-BackLeague TwoMay 31, 2020
Steve Seddon21Birmingham U23
Left-BackEngland
Josh Cogley24Crawley TownEnd of loan
Right-BackLeague TwoMay 31, 2020
Josh McEachran26Without Club
Central Midfield
Cheick Keita23KAS EupenEnd of loan
Left-BackJupiler Pro LeagueJun 30, 2019
Cheikh N’Doye33SCO AngersEnd of loan
Central MidfieldLigue 1Jun 30, 2019

Birmingham City Players In & out 2020 – Departures

Name & PositionAgeSold ToTransfer Fee/Status
Che Adams22Southampton16,70 mil. €
Centre-ForwardPremier League
Jota28Aston Villa4,50 mil. €
Right WingerPremier League
Corey O’Keeffe21MacclesfieldLoan
Right-BackLeague Two
Bez Lubala21Crawley TownFree transfer
Centre-ForwardLeague Two
Michael Morrison31ReadingFree transfer
Centre-BackChampionship
Greg Stewart29RangersFree transfer
Centre-ForwardScottish Premiership
Viv Solomon-Otabor23CSKA SofiaFree transfer
Right Wingerefbet Liga
Josh Cogley23Crawley TownLoan
Right-BackLeague Two
Charlie Lakin20StevenageLoan
Attacking MidfieldLeague Two
Iván Guzmán28UE CornellàLoan
Right WingerSegunda División B – Grupo III
Isaac Vassell25Cardiff?
Centre-ForwardChampionship
Jefferson Montero30SwanseaEnd of loan
Left WingerChampionshipMay 31, 2020
Jake Clarke-Salter22Chelsea U23End of loan
Centre-BackPremier League 2May 31, 2020
Tomasz Kuszczak37Without Club
Goalkeeper
Cheikh N’Doye33Without Club
Central Midfield
Gary Gardner27Aston VillaEnd of loan
Central MidfieldChampionshipJun 30, 2019

Birmingham City Titles And Honours

 

Second Division / Division One / The Championship (level 2)

  • Champions: 1892–93, 1920–21, 1947–48, 1954–55
  • Runners-up: 1893–94, 1900–01, 1902–03, 1971–72, 1984–85, 2006–07, 2008–09
  • Play-off winners: 2001–02

Third Division / Division Two (level 3)

  • Champions: 1994–95
  • Runners-up: 1991–92

FA Cup

  • Runners-up: 1931, 1956

Football League Cup

  • Winners: 1963, 2011
  • Runners-up: 2001

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

  • Runners-up: 1960, 1961

Associate Members Cup / Football League Trophy

  • Winners: 1991, 1995

Birmingham Senior Cup

  • Winners: 1905

Football League South (wartime)

  • Champions: 1945–46

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