West Brom

West Brom is an abbreviation that may refer to:

  • West Bromwich, a town in the West Midlands, England
    • West Bromwich Albion F.C. a professional association football team based in West Bromwich
    • West Bromwich Building Society, a building society whose headquarters are in West Bromwich

Other articles related to "west brom, west":

Black Country Derby - History
... years without facing each other between 1911 and 1924 after West Brom were promoted from Division 2 while Wolves remained at that level for the intervening time ... Another major event in the rivalry between the two clubs was West Brom's promotion to the Premier League in 2001–02 season ... remaining for both clubs, Wolves were ten points ahead of West Brom but gained only 10 more points compared to West Brom's 23 and West Brom clinched ...
Abdoulaye Méïté - Career
... Before joining West Brom, Méïté spent two years with Bolton Wanderers after joining them in July 2006 from Olympique de Marseille ... season approached, Méïté was linked with Premier League newcomers West Bromwich Albion and Hull City, both of which had bids accepted by Bolton ... Méïté chose to sign for West Brom on 10 August 2008 for an initial fee of £2 million, which could rise to £2.5 million depending on appearances ...
1971 Anglo-Italian Cup - Group Results - Group 2
... Palace 1 – 0 Cagliari Tambling (ref) West Brom 1 – 1 Inter Milan West Brom 1 – 2 Cagliari 29 May 1971 Crystal Palace 1 – 1 Inter Milan Birchenall (ref) Inter Milan 1 – 0 West Brom 1 ...
Leon Barnett - Career - West Bromwich Albion
... completed a move to Championship team West Bromwich Albion in July 2007 for an initial fee of £2.5m fee, with a further £250,000 depending on appearances ... West Brom should also be due to pay Luton a further £250,000 because they gained promotion to the Premier League after the 2007–08 season ... On 4 November 2009, Barnett joined West Brom's Championship rivals Coventry City on loan until January ...
2008–09 Aston Villa F.C. Season
... first summer signing was the permanent capture of on-loan West Brom centre-back, Curtis Davies, in July, while their first sale was made in May, as Luke Moore completed a move to West Brom in an ... there was no "second-city" derby, however they faced local rivals West Brom on 20 September 2008 at The Hawthorns and on 10 January 2009 at home ...

Famous quotes containing the word west:

    It was in and about the Martinmas time,
    When the green leaves were afalling,
    That Sir John Graeme, in the West Country,
    Fell in love with Barbara Allan.
    Unknown. Bonny Barbara Allan (l. 1–4)