Lincoln City

Lincoln City can refer to:

  • Lincoln City F.C., an association football club based in Lincoln, England
  • Lincoln City, Oregon, a city on the Oregon Coast in the United States
  • Lincoln City, Indiana, a settlement in southwestern Indiana
  • Lincoln, Delaware, also known as Lincoln City
  • Lincoln, England also known as The City Of Lincoln

Other articles related to "lincoln city, lincoln, city":

Luke Daley - Career - Lincoln City
... He joined Lincoln City on a non-contract basis on 10 August, and made his debut the next day in a 1–0 win against Kidderminster Harriers ...
Shane Nicholson - Footballing Career - Playing Career - Lincoln City
... Nicholson started his career with Lincoln City in 1986 ... on 22 November 1986 in a match against Burnley, becoming the youngest ever Lincoln City player to play in the Football League, at the age of 16 years and 172 days ...
List Of Lincoln City F.C. Seasons
... Lincoln City Football Club, an English association football club based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, was founded in 1884 ... Lincoln then became founder members of the Midland League, and won the inaugural league title ... Lincoln failed to gain re-election to the League three times between 1909 and 1920 on each occasion, they won the championship of the league to which they had been relegated, either the Midland League or, in 1912, the ...
Lincoln City, Indiana - Notable Residents
... Abraham Lincoln - 16th president of the United States of America Jay Cutler - Chicago Bears quarterback Richard Fred Suhrheinrich - Judge on the United States Court of Appeals ...
Chris Ward (footballer) - Lincoln City
... In October 2002, Ward returned to the Football league signing for Lincoln City where he linked up with sometime Lancaster City team-mate Mark Bailey ...

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