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What song do Birmingham City come out to?

What song do Birmingham City come out to?

Instead the club now play Mr Blue Sky when the teams are in the tunnel and Imagine Dragons’ I’m So Sorry when they walk out – a track that has featured on TV show Peaky Blinders.

What songs do Birmingham City fans sing?

Birmingham City FC Fans Anthology I (Real BCFC Football Songs)

  • Keep Right OnBirmingham City FC FanChants feat.
  • We’re BirminghamBirmingham City FC FanChants feat.
  • Who Put The Ball In The Arsenal NetBirmingham City FC FanChants feat.
  • Never Felt More Like Singing The BluesBirmingham City FC FanChants feat.

Why do Birmingham fans sing Keep Right on?

All you need to know about Blues now “And Arthur Turner turned and said ‘Come on Alex, give us something from Scotland. ‘ “I couldn’t sing ‘I belong to Glasgow’, so I sang ‘Keep right on to the end of the road’ – it was the easiest one to sing. “The fans heard us through the windows and its been magic ever since.”

What song do Bristol City come out to?

15) Bristol City – The White Stripes, Seven Nation Army A song we all know and one that has inspired several chants for players over the years. It’s an understandable choice and not a poor one, but those first 30 seconds are the best bit – which isn’t long enough.

When did Birmingham City start singing keep right on?

Govan was the man who first sang the Blues anthem Keep Right on to the End of the Road on the way to Birmingham’s 1956 FA Cup quarter-final against Arsenal. The song spread quickly among the players – and then to the fans.

Why is keep right on Birmingham City?

They be the famous words of Sir Harry Lauder, who composed what would become Birmingham City’s legendary anthem Keep Right On To The End Of the Road, via the influence of former winger Alex Govan, who would relay it to his teammates on a team bus in 1956.

Why do Stoke fans sing Delilah?

“It all began at an away game in Derby (in April 1987) where we were all in a pub and the police asked us not to sing a song with swear words on. So we put Delilah on the jukebox, and I got up on a table and started singing it. We sang it in the ground and it just went from there.”

Why is Stoke City called the Potters?

The club’s nickname is The Potters, after the pottery industry in Stoke-on-Trent, and their traditional home kit is a red-and-white vertically striped shirt, white shorts and stockings.