Small Heath

Small Heath can refer to:

  • Small Heath, Birmingham, an area of Birmingham, England
    • Birmingham Small Heath (UK Parliament constituency)
    • Small Heath or Small Heath Alliance, former names of Birmingham City F.C.
  • Small Heath (butterfly) (Coenonympha pamphilus)

Other articles related to "small heath, small":

1902–03 Football League - Second Division
... Gillespie, (Manchester City), 30 Biggest home win Small Heath – Doncaster Rovers 12–0 (11 Apr 1903) Biggest away win Burton United – Manchester City 0–5 (7 Mar 1903) Highest scoring Small ...
List Of Birmingham City F.C. Players (fewer Than 25 Appearances)
... was founded in 1875 under the name of Small Heath Alliance ... league football began in 1888, the club, by then called simply Small Heath F.C ... clubs to join as one of the less successful members of the Alliance, Small Heath were placed in the newly formed Second Division ...
Harry Morris, Sr. - Biography
... Morris was born in Birmingham and attended Small Heath Council School ... apprenticeship in the plumbing trade, which he combined with playing for Small Heath Alliance from 1883 at the age of 17 – the club was one of the first to turn professional, but that was not until 1885 ... preceded the formation of the Football Alliance, of which Small Heath was a founding member, in 1889–90, so information is not readily available on how many games he played for the ...
Chris Charsley - Career
... appearances in the FA Cup, Football Alliance and the Football League for Small Heath (later to become Birmingham City) as an amateur ... in a 2–1 defeat to Preston North End in November of the same year, before re-joining Small Heath the following month ... City player – and the only player who had played for the club in its Small Heath Alliance days – to represent England at full international level when he was capped against Ireland ...

Famous quotes containing the words heath and/or small:

    We are the trade union for pensioners and children, the trade union for the disabled and the sick ... the trade union for the nation as a whole.
    —Edward Heath (b. 1916)

    For a small child there is no division between playing and learning; between the things he or she does “just for fun” and things that are “educational.” The child learns while living and any part of living that is enjoyable is also play.
    Penelope Leach (20th century)