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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a rugby league club, entering into the 2019 Florian Super League, after winning a license to compete in the league. It will be one of the youngest clubs in the league alongside the [[Southern Storm]]. They will be the first team from [[Birmingham]], to compete in the league, however, the team will have stiff competition with Rugby Union which is played in the area.  
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a rugby league club who competes in the [[Florian Super League]] after winning a license to compete in the league in 2017. It is one of the youngest clubs in the league alongside the [[Southern Storm]]. They are the first team from [[Birmingham]], to compete in a major sports league.
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
In the summer of 2017, Hook Solutions CEO Brandon Hayes announced plans for a professional rugby league team in Birmingham. He proposed to invest 300 million Florian pounds in the project and then on the 22nd November 2017, Hook Solutions formally applied to the Florian Super League for entry. The Vote was to take place on the 9th December 2017 but was voted on earlier. The vote was successful and the Titans were awarded a license.  
 
In the summer of 2017, Hook Solutions CEO Brandon Hayes announced plans for a professional rugby league team in Birmingham. He proposed to invest 300 million Florian pounds in the project and then on the 22nd November 2017, Hook Solutions formally applied to the Florian Super League for entry. The Vote was to take place on the 9th December 2017 but was voted on earlier. The vote was successful and the Titans were awarded a license.  
==Proposed home stadium==
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==Home stadium==
The proposed stadium of the team will be the Eastpak Stadium, which has a capacity of 34,500 fans. They are also proposals for a brand new stadium if talks with the [[Florian Rugby Union Federation]] fail. However, this was not needed as negotiations were successful.
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The stadium of the team is the Eastpak Stadium, which has a capacity of 34,500 fans. As multi purpose facility which is also shared by [[Birmingham United]]  
 
==Squad==
 
==Squad==
 
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Latest revision as of 21:34, 26 March 2020

Birmingham Titans
Titans Logo.png
Club information
Full name Birmingham Titans RLFC
Nickname(s) The Titans
Short name Titans
Colours light blue
Navy
White
Gold
Founded 2017
Current details
Ground(s) Eastpak Stadium (34,500)
CEO Brandon Hayes
Competition Super League

Birmingham Titans is a rugby league club who competes in the Florian Super League after winning a license to compete in the league in 2017. It is one of the youngest clubs in the league alongside the Southern Storm. They are the first team from Birmingham, to compete in a major sports league.

History

In the summer of 2017, Hook Solutions CEO Brandon Hayes announced plans for a professional rugby league team in Birmingham. He proposed to invest 300 million Florian pounds in the project and then on the 22nd November 2017, Hook Solutions formally applied to the Florian Super League for entry. The Vote was to take place on the 9th December 2017 but was voted on earlier. The vote was successful and the Titans were awarded a license.

Home stadium

The stadium of the team is the Eastpak Stadium, which has a capacity of 34,500 fans. As multi purpose facility which is also shared by Birmingham United

Squad

Number Player Age Position
1 Zack Arrow Fullback
2 Dominic Boyle Winger
3 Oliver Brimson Centre
4 Tom Copley Centre
5 Mercury Charlie Cooper Winger
6 Brandon Cooper Stand-off
7 Liam Greenwood Scrum-half
8 Cameron Elliot Prop
9 Ewan Shaw Hooker
10 Isaac Green Prop
11 Freddie Hughes Second-row
12 Brogan Walters Second-row
13 Joshua Fox Loose Forward
14 Leo Campbell Interchange
15 Eddie Lowe Interchange
16 Mike HallSean White Interchange
17 Tom Rogers Interchange
18 Chase Farah Winger
19 Tom Cunningham Interchange
20 Zac Armstrong Interchange