Focus On | Birmingham Bulls

28 Mar

In the fifth and final part of our series taking a closer look at 2016’s MFC1 (Midland Football Conference 1) opponents we concentrate on the Birmingham Bulls…

The Birmingham Bulls were founded in 1983 and played their first competitive games a year later.

They won their first Conference in 1985 after going 12-0 in the AFL Midlands Division, and in 1986 won their first of four National Championships (1988, 1991, 1995).

The Bulls have made the play-offs 21 out of 31 times in their history – although only once since 2006 – and have been BritBowl runners up five times (1989, 1994, 1996, 1999 and 2000).

Last season they went 4-6 in Southern Football Conference 1 which included two defeats against the Eagles.

2015 Schedule

Sun 26th April vs Ouse Valley Eagles LOST 21-14
Sun 3rd May @ Cambridgeshire Cats WON 34-12
Sun 10th May vs Hertfordshire Cheetahs WON 17-9
Sun 17th May @ Farnham Knights WON 28-26
Sun 31st May vs Colchester Gladiators LOST 9-7
Sun 14th June vs Solent Thrashers LOST 10-7
Sun 28th June @ East Kent Mavericks LOST 14-0
Sun 19th July @ Hertfordshire Cheetahs LOST 28-8
Sun 26th July @ Ouse Valley Eagles LOST 23-18
Sun August 9th vs Cambridgeshire Cats WON 50-0

Contact Details
Club Colours

The Bulls club colours are black, white and red. They wear white helmets with black face cages, black jerseys and white pants.

Dates for the Diary

Sunday 5th June, Birmingham Bulls @ Ouse Valley Eagles
Sunday 31st July, Ouse Valley Eagles @ Birmingham Bulls

Home Ground & How to Get There

The Bulls play their home games at Erin Go Bragh, Holly Lane, Erdington, Birmingham, B24 9LH.

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