First name
Surname
Apps
Goals
Pen Picture
Matt
Hale
8
0
Left-sided midfielder Matt signed on loan from Weymouth for the closing two months of the 2001-02 season and played a vital part in City avoiding relegation. His whole-hearted approach endeared him to the City faithful but hopes of keeping the former Yeovil Town player were dashed when he joined the Marines. Returned to Weymouth when this move did not work out and also played for Mangotsfield United. Moved into management at Western League newcomers Longwell Green before joining the coaching staff at Team Bath. When they were disbanded he got the manager's post with Weymouth.
Paddy
Hale
66
1
Denzil (known as Paddy) spent six seasons with Bristol Rovers, having begun his career at Yatton United and Clevedon Town, before joining City during the 1959 close season. After helping City to the 1959-60 Southern League title he would spend one more season at the club before rejoining his local side Clevedon.
Albert
Hall
3
0
Played for City during the 1932-33 season.
Berwick
Hall
10
0
A young centre-half, Berwick joined from Scarborough in the summer of 1930.
Colin
Hall
55
13
Colin was a former Bristol City player who signed for City in late 1972, having previously played for Nottingham Forest and Barnsley. Made over 50 appearances for the club before joining Cheltenham Town in June 1975 for a four-figure fee.
Dale
Hall
3
0
Dale made a handful of appearances for City during the 1974-75 season.
Jim
Hall
212
1
Jim made over 200 appearances for City during his five seasons with the club, having made his debut as a 16-year old, before joining Blackpool, after a move to Portsmouth fell through, in the 1935 close season. He spent three years with the Tangerines then returned to non-league football with Fleetwood.
Mike
Hall
1
0
Mike made a single appearance for City during the 1967-68 season.
Ken
Hallam
31
0
Ken played 31 times for City during the 1971-72 season.
Bruce
Halliday
69
1
Ex-Newcastle United, Bury and Bristol City defender Bruce joined City in July 1987 on a free transfer from Hereford United. A knee injury restricted him to around 30 games during his first season at Twerton Park but his consistent performances mainly in midfield saw him named captain the following year. However, midway through that campaign he dealt the club a massive blow by announcing he was emigrating to Australia. Returned to the UK several years later, heading to his native North-East where he faced City several times playing for Gateshead.
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Hamblin
3
0
Played for City during the 1924-25 season.
Bob
Hamilton
22
4
Bob joined City from Yeovil Town in the summer of 1952.
Jackie
Hamilton
4
0
Jackie played for City during the 1947-48 season.
Vic
Hamilton
24
4
Vic made 24 appearances, scoring on four occasions, for City during the 1946-47 season.
Jack
Hampshire
18
0
John (or Jack) had spent three seasons with Bristol City before moving to Twerton Park during the 1938 close season. The centre-half had also played for Manchester City prior to his time with the Robins.
Alan
Hancock
4
0
Local inside-forward Alan joined City from Westside United during the summer of 1953 but would have to wait until the 1955-56 season before featuring for the first team, spending his time playing for the reserves plus spell on the sidelines after breaking a leg. After a handful of games he left to join Chippenham United.
E
Hancock
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
H
Hancock
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
Paul
Hancock
12
1
Paul mainly played for the reserves during his time at Twerton Park but made a dozen first team outings during the 1980-81 and 1981-82 seasons.
John
Hannigan
29
10
Winger John had had an impressive league career with Sunderland, Derby County and Bradford Park Avenue before joining Weymouth in the early 1960's. Won two Southern League titles with the Terras, then moved to Twerton Park in July 1968.
P
Hapgood
1
0
Played for City during the 1928-29 season.
George
Hardcastle
16
4
A former RAF man, George was brought into the club during the latter stages of the 1955-56 season by recently re-appointed chairman Arthur Mortimer. Was a regular scorer for the reserve side during the next couple of seasons but only made a handful of first team outings.
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Harding
9
5
Had two spells with City prior to the 1st World War.
Steve
Harding
2
0
Steve made two first team appearances for City during the 1980-81 season.
Andrew
Hargett
n/a
14
Brother of manager Ben, Andrew was the first ever paid player to turn out for the club on 14 November 1908, earning around £2 per week. After three seasons with City he left in the summer of 1911 to emigrate to Australia. Prior to his time with City he had made a number of appearance for Bristol City, having begun his football career with the Army.
Ben
Hargett
n/a
5
Joined City during the 1907-08 season and became the club's first ever manager as they entered the Western League in 1908. He continued to play for the club until a serious leg injury in March 1909 sidelined him until he was sacked in October 1909 after admitting getting his sister to sign a player's registration form.
Joe
Hargett
n/a
25
The first of three Hargett brothers to play for the club. Joe signed from Bristol City Reserves in 1908, going on to spend nine seasons with the club, many as captain, making over 300 appearances.
T
Hargreaves
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1902-03 season.
Pete
Harman
32
13
Striker Pete was the club's top scorer for the 1973-74 season having joined from Reading during the previous summer. The ex-Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic player was not retained at the end of the campaign though.
Mark
Harrington
215
19
Former Bristol Rovers trainee Mark joined City from Western League Paulton Rovers in the 1996 close season and immediately settled into the higher level of football to end his first season as player of the year. Failed to reproduce this form over the next couple of seasons although did occasionally show flashes of what he was clearly capable. Despite this he was offered a new contract at the end of the 2000-01 season but choose to make the short move to Chippenham Town instead. Remained at Hardenhuish Park until returning to his local side Paulton toward the end of 2003. Moved into management with Welton Rovers in May 2008.
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Harris
1
0
Played for City during the 1919-20 season.
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Harris
1
0
Played for City during the 1913-14 season.
Adie
Harris
118
7
Tough tackling midfielder Adie had two spells with City, from May 2005 to June 2006 and December 2006 to June 2008, making over 100 appearances during his time at Twerton Park. He began his career as a trainee with his home club Cardiff City before playing for Merthyr Tydfil, Llanelli AFC, Haverfordwest County and Hornchurch. Suffered a serious knee injury with the last of these clubs - where he was also released when they went bust - but battled back to fitness with City. Looked set to remain with City for the 2008-09 season despite interest from a number of clubs but switched to Newport County in June 2008. Moved on to Weston Super Mare in January 2009 for an undisclosed four-figure sum.
Adrian
Harris
6
1
Diminutive midfielder Adie spent a month with City during the 1988-89 season having joined from Gloucester City. Made six appearances before moving onto Trowbridge Town. Now in his early forties he is back with the Tigers in a player/assistant manager role.
AE
Harris
n/a
2
Spent four seasons with City between 1904 and 1908 where he was vice-captain.
Arthur
Harris
1
0
Arthur made a single first team appearance for City during the 1948-49 season.
Bert
Harris
7
0
Vice-captain of City during their maiden Western League season in 1908, Bert quit midway through the campaign in protest at the policy of recruiting professional players from the Bristol area, but soon had a change of heart and returned to the club.
Colin
Harris
11
0
Colin was with City for two seasons in the late 1960's, playing mainly for the reserves but also making eleven first team appearances.
Ernie
Harris
21
0
A full-back signed from Wells City during the 1923-24 season.
Gerry
Harrison
4
0
Midfielder Gerry signed on a month loan as a 21-year old during the 1993-94 season, making his debut in the 1-0 defeat at home to Altrincham. Played one more game only to then find out bookings picked up during an earlier loan spell with Hereford meant he was suspended for the rest of the loan period. The deal was extended into a second month but he only made another two appearances before heading to Huddersfield Town for the rest of the season. The former Watford trainee went on to play for a succession of league sides, only really settling at Burnley where he played over 100 games, and is currently with Conference North side Hyde United after spending several seasons with Leigh RMI.
Jack
Harrison
30
0
Jack signed from Bristol Rovers during the summer of 1950. He mainly played for the reserve side during his three seasons at Twerton Park before joining Chippenham Town in 1953.
Joe
Harrison
13
2
A 20-year old inside-forward who joined City in 1922 from Shirehampton.
Mike
Harrison
43
0
Mike joined City in 1979 but his Twerton Park career was ended the following season due to a broken leg.
Stuart
Harte
11
0
Young defender Stuart made three substitute appearances for City during the closing weeks of the 1996-97 season. Has since played for Aldershot Town, Bracknell Town and Hampton & Richmond.
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Hartley
1
0
Played for City during the 1921-22 season.
Len
Hartley
42
0
Half-back Len was signed from Tunbridge Wells during the summer of 1938 having previously played for Huddersfield Town.
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Harvey
4
2
Played for City during the 1937-38 season.
E
Harvey
n/a
1
Played for City during the 1904-05 and 1906-07 seasons.
Iain
Harvey
93
3
Iain's first spell at Twerton Park was under Steve Millard during the 1996-97 season but he only made a handful of appearances and spent a time on loan with Western League Odd Down. Eventually switched to Clevedon Town in the summer of 1997 where he spent four successful years. Returned to City in July 2001 and became an integral part of the midfield for the next two seasons. The former Swindon Town trainee suffered a broken ankle in 2003 pre-season and, despite recovering from this during a loan period at Yate Town, he was not offered a new contract. Featured in several 2004 friendlies in an attempt to earn a new deal but eventually signed for Tiverton Town in August 2004. Joined Chippenham Town in July 2005.
F
Harvey-Holmes
1
0
Played for City during the 1908-09 season.
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Haskins
13
3
Played for City during the 1911-12 and 1912-13 seasons.
Cliff
Hatcher
5
0
Goalkeeper Cliff was an early season signing in 1950 having previously played for Reading and Gloucester City.
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Hawker
3
1
Played for City during the 1912-13 season.
Bert
Hawkins
67
34
Centre-forward Bert joined City in February 1950, having previously played from both Bristol City and Rovers, scoring on his debut against Weymouth. His scoring soon attracted the attention of league clubs with West Ham United making a four figure offer early in the 1951-52 season to smash City's previous best transfer fee. The total fee was £2750 but a proportion of this went to his previous club, Bristol City. He would spent two seasons with the Hammers before joining Queens Park Rangers and then finishing his career with Weston Super Mare and Cheltenham Town.
Bert
Hawkins
69
2
Bert spent seven seasons with City between 1920 and 1928 where he mainly featured in the reserve side. He made over half his first-team outings during the 1924-25 season.
Darren
Hawkins
40
9
In three separate spells with City former Bristol City trainee Darren played nearly 50 games and score nine goals. The first two were loan arrangements from Ashton Gate. When he was released by the Robins in December 2004 he had a brief spell with Tamworth before returning to Twerton Park. This third spell was the least successful and he was released in May 2005. Has since played for Weston Super Mare, Mangotsfield United and Yate Town.
Don
Hawkins
4
0
Don made four first team appearances for City in the two seasons, 1965-66 and 1966-67, with the club.
Nigel
Hawkins
1
0
Seven minutes into Nigel's debut for City, having joined the club on a months loan from Blackpool with a view to a permanent deal, he was involved in an accidental clash with a Wycombe defender that him knocked unconscious and left him with a swallowed tongue and broken cheekbone. Unsurprisingly the former Bristol City youngster didn't play for City again.
Trevor
Haydon
30
12
Trevor was a 24-year old inside-forward who joined City from Gloucester City in the summer of 1951, having previously been on the books of both Norwich City and Bristol City without making a first team appearance.
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Hayes
2
0
Played for City during the 1927-28 and 1928-29 seasons.
Peter
Hayes
238
23
Peter was plucked from Bristol Senior League football, where he was playing for Robinsons during the 1979 close season. He went on to spend over five seasons at Twerton Park, even though he was transfer-listed during the summer of 1983. Toward the end of his City career he became the target of Twerton Park boo-boys and joined Forest Green Rovers in a loan swap for Jeff Meacham. Left the club permanently for Yeovil Town in the summer of 1985.
Val
Hayes
17
0
Val played for City during the 1920-21 season.
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Hayman
13
17
Signed midway through City's first ever Western League season, the forward netted an incredible 17 times in just 13 appearances.
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Hayman
3
0
Played for City during the first season following World War II.
Bradley
Haynes
2
1
Bradley scored on his debut in the 1-0 Dr Martens Cup victory over Yate Town in October 1997 but only made one further appearances, as a substitute in City's next match against Crawley Town. Has since played for Tiverton Town, Backwell United and Brislington FC.
G
Haynes
n/a
4
Played for City during the 1906-07 season.
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Hayward
6
0
Played for City during the 1932-33 and 1933-34 seasons.
Doug
Hayward
72
2
Doug was approaching the veteran stage of his career when he moved to Twerton Park in July 1956. The 35-year old full-back had began his career with Huddersfield Town before the War, then after a season with Bristol Rovers spent ten years at Newport County making over 300 appearances.
Barry
Haywood
13
1
Barry made 13 appearances for City during the 1972-73 season.
Danny
Hazelhurst
15
0
Despite being top scorer for Southampton's youth side in his two years there Danny was surprisingly not offered a professional contract and signed for City in the summer of 1996. Struggled to make an impact and his season was brought to a premature conclusion when he suffered a serious knee injury in January 1997. The teenager was released during the early part of the following season.
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Healy
7
0
Played for City during the 1911-12 season.
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Heavens
5
0
Played for City during the 1936-37 season.
Ian
Hedges
277
12
Long serving defender Ian made nearly 300 appearances for City after signing from Bournemouth for £10,000 in 1991 after a two month loan spell at Twerton Park. The reliable full-back was player of the season in 1991-92 and 1997-98 and captained the side for several seasons. Began his career at Bristol Manor Farm and Gloucester City before £25,000 took him to the South coast. Surprisingly joined Dr Martens League champions Forest Green Rovers on a Bosman free transfer at the end of the 1997-98 season and spent four seasons at The Lawn. Now with Paulton Rovers in a player coach capacity.
W
Hellier
1
0
Played for City during the 1946-47 season.
Ian
Henderson
75
46
Forward Ian was one of ten former Welton Rovers players signed by the West Clewes ex-manager Arnold Rogers during the 1967 close season. Returned to Welton the following season to ease City's wage bill.
Nicky
Hendy
34
0
Nicky joined City as an 18-year after he was released by Bristol Rovers. Made his debut at Fisher Athletic in September 1987 at which time he was the youngest ever City player to feature in a Conference match. Went on to play 33 games for City during the next two seasons but could never hold down a regular first team place. The central-defender eventually switched to Trowbridge Town two years after his debut following a month on loan at Frome Road.
Ray
Hendy
47
0
Half-back Ray was one of ten former Welton Rovers players signed by the West Clewes ex-manager Arnold Rogers during the 1967 close season. After two seasons at Twerton Park he joined Merthyr Tydfil in May 1969.
Scott
Hendy
15
0
Highly rated centre-back Scott was signed from Mangotsfield United for £5000 at the beginning of the 2003-04 season after several lower bids were turned down. Made just 15 appearances, scoring a single goal, before the same fee took him back to Cossham Street three months later. Moved onto Clevedon Town in September 2005.
Glenroy
Henry
11
0
Glenroy made eleven appearances for City during the mid-1970's.
Leigh
Henry
7
0
Teenage centre-back Leigh signed for City on a work experience deal from Swindon Town toward the end of the 2004-05 season. Impressed with a series of assured performances but his spell with City was cut short due to suspension after he was sent off whilst playing for Swindon reserves. Went on to play for Swindon Supermarine.
B
Henson
3
0
Played for City during the 1919-20 season.
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Herrion
1
0
Played for City during the 1934-35 season.
Billy
Herrity
22
4
Newport-born William had spent six seasons with his hometown club before joining Worcester City in 1963. A year later he moved to Twerton Park. Returned to his native Wales with Merthyr Tydfil, Barry Town and Lovells Athletic after leaving City.
Stan
Herron
4
0
Stan played for City during the 1956-57 season.
Mark
Hervin
192
1
Goalkeeper Mark spent two spells with City making nearly 200 appearances. Initially signed as cover to Dave Mogg in the summer of 1994 he spent the next two years as understudy to the long-serving keeper before claiming the no.1 shirt for himself midway through the 1996-97 season. Looked to be heading to Crewe Alexandra in May 1999 but when this fell through ended up at Gloucester City and then Clevedon Town. Became Alan Pridham's first signing for the club in June 2001 and only missed a handful of games that season. Lost his place at the start of the next season and spent the majority of that campaign on loan at Cirencester Town, only returning for the 4-3 FA Trophy defeat at Halesowen. Signed for Chippenham in the summer of 2003. As a youngster was on the books of Bristol Rovers and also made 16 appearances for Yeovil Town. Now coaching in the US.
Matthew
Hewlett
4
0
Matt spent a month on loan to City from Bristol City in the long winter of the 1994-95 season. Made four unremarkable appearances before he headed back to Ashton Gate. Injuries prevented him establishing himself at Bristol, although he did make over 100 appearances in his seven seasons there. Joined Swindon Town in the summer of 2000 where he soon became a first-team regular. After five seasons at the County Ground he moved onto Torquay United in November 2005. A back injury restricted his playing time at Plainmoor and he retired in February 2007, although he did resurface at Tiverton Town later that year.
Bert
Hicks
22
2
Bert played 22 times for City during the 1946-47 season.
Les
Hicks
270
18
Left-back Les spent seven seasons with City having initially joined during the 1928 close season from Swindon Town. Had trials with Blackburn Rovers in April 1931. Was awarded a benefit game toward the end of the 1933-34 season. Left to join Street in June 1935.
Ray
Hicks
4
1
Ray signed for City during the summer of 1936 but made just 4 appearances before a broken collar-bone ended his brief Twerton Park stay.
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Hickson
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1906-07 season.
Peter
Higgins
145
24
Peter made over 50 appearances for Bristol Rovers during a three-year spell at Eastville before switching to Doncaster Rovers in 1973. He joined City in 1976, via a loan spell at Torquay United, and spent three seasons at Twerton Park, where he was the team's regular penalty-taker, missing just a single one in that time. He went on to play for Cheltenham Town, Forest Green Rovers and Taunton Town after leaving City.
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Higgs
3
0
Played for City during the 1925-26 season.
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Highfield
1
0
Played for City during the 1911-12 season.
F
Highfield
n/a
2
Played for City during the 1907-08 season.
Tommy
Higson
n/a
18
Tommy spent five seasons with City before departing to live in Oxford in 1908. Then moved to the USA where he played in Connecticut.
F
Hill
1
0
Played for City during the 1919-20 season.
Jack
Hill
39
28
Phil - known as Jack - was City's top scorer during the first season football resumed followed World War I.
Josh
Hill
59
26
Josh made over 50 appearances for the club during his two seasons at Twerton Park between 1925 and 1927.
Percy
Hill
59
1
Percy spent two seasons with City before moving to Weymouth in the summer of 1912.
T
Hill
n/a
1
Played for City during the 1901-02 season.
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Hillier
2
0
Played for City during the 1925-26 season.
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Hillier
1
0
Played for City during the 1919-20 season.
Jimmy
Hindle
3
0
Jimmy was brought to Twerton Park toward the end of the 1955-56 season by recently re-appointed chairman Arthur Mortimer to play a handful of games. In later life he would become a professional wrestler.
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Hinton
3
1
Played for City during the 1937-38 season.
Paul
Hirons
22
4
Bath-born Striker Paul had three spells with City but was never more than a bit part player during those periods. Began his career with Torquay United where he scored on his debut plus the winner in a famous FA Cup win over West Ham. Also had a spell with Yeovil Town in the early nineties and in more recent years has managed Paulton Rovers and Keynsham Town.
Martyn
Hirst
19
1
Martin was a teenage player signed during the early stages of the 1982-83 season whilst studying at Bath University and playing in Bristol League football. The former England Schoolboy international was only at Twerton Park for a few months before Bristol City signed him in January 1983. He spent three seasons at Ashton Gate without becoming a first team regular - he spent a spell on loan at Torquay United - and finished his career back in non-league football with Weymouth.
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Hiscox
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1902-03 season.
F
Hitchcock
n/a
2
Played for City between 1901 and 1905.
H
Hitchcock
n/a
1
Played for City in their first ever season 1900-01.
Gordon
Hitchens
1
0
Reserve team player Gordon made a single first-team appearance during the 1958-59 season.
Jim
Hitchman
1
0
Youth team goalkeeper Jim made a single first team appearance in the Somerset Premier Cup meeting with Brislington in November 2004 where City fielded a complete youth side.
Alan
Hobbs
33
3
Reserve side player Alan made a number of first team starts in the mid-1960's before joining Trowbridge Town in October 1964.
Matt
Hobbs
2
0
Former youth and reserve team player Matt made a two appearances for the first team against Newport County in the Dr Martens Cup and Clevedon Town in the Somerset Premier Cup during the 2000/01 season. Son of former reserve team boss Dave Hobbs he went on to play for Melksham Town.
Paul
Hobbs
14
0
Paul was a reserve and youth team player who made occasional first team starts between 1965 and 1968.
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Hogg
3
0
Played for City during the 1910-11 season.
Lewis
Hogg
132
26
Current player.
Charlie
Holcombe
1
0
Charlie made a single first team appearance during the 1956-57 season.
Chris
Holland
168
28
Current player.
Ken
Holland
8
0
Ken played eight times for City during the 1946-47 season.
Jon
Holloway
144
21
The type of player every supporter loves when they're in their team but hates when they're the opposition. Tough tackling midfielder Jon always gave 100%, acting at times more like a fan than a player, and was loved at Twerton Park for this attitude. Began as a trainee with Swindon Town before joining Gloucester City in March 1996. Made over 150 outings for the Tigers before joining City in the 1999 close season. Was one of a number of players who departed at the end of the 2000/01 season on the back of City's financial problems and joined Worcester City. Joined Forest Green Rovers in July 2004 but a change in their training regime saw him move onto Merthyr Tydfil four months later, before following manager John Relish back to City in July 2005. A back injury led to him taking a break from football 15 months later.
Dennis
Hollywood
8
0
Govan-born full-back Dennis spent ten seasons with Southampton, making over 250 appearances, and a single one at Blackpool before joining City in July 1972. However, after just eight games he moved on to Basingstoke Town.
H
Holmes
16
1
Played for City during the 1923-24 and 1924-25 seasons.
N
Holmes
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1907-08 season.
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Honeyfield
2
0
Played for City during the 1937-38 season.
John
Honeyfield
4
2
John made four appearances, scoring twice, for City during the 1967-68 season.
Chris
Honor
38
0
Former Bristol City and Airdrie, where he played in the Scottish Cup Final, defender Chris had three periods with City. The first, in the early nineties, he didn't make a first team appearance before returning in September 1996. The third spell was during the 2002-03 season which was brought to a premature end by a serious knee injury in April 2003. Also played for Forest Green Rovers, who he captained to an FA Trophy Final, Torquay United, Hereford United and Swansea City in a long career. Returned to action with Yate Town having recovered from the knee injury before joining Brislington.
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Hooper
1
0
Played for City during the first season following World War II.
Chris
Hooper
5
0
Chris was a young goalkeeper who made a handful of appearances during the latter stages of the 1966-67 season.
Harry
Hope
5
0
Inside-forward Harry played a handful of games for City after joining from Bristol Rovers, having also played for Bristol City and Rochdale, in the summer of 1935. Moved onto Weymouth in October.
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Hopkins
1
0
Played for City during the 1922-23 season.
Craig
Hopkins
4
0
Former youth team player Craig made four starting appearances for the first team in three seasons between August 2000 and May 2003 including one league match at Kettering in September 2001. Was a regular in the reserves during the three years and also represented Somerset County. Joined Odd Down in the summer of 2005.
Gareth
Hopkins
4
1
Striker Gareth was signed on loan from Nationwide League Division 3 side Cheltenham Town in December 2001. Scored once from the penalty spot against Hinckley United before returning to the Robins. Never secured a regular starting place at Cheltenham and ended up with Cirencester Town in the Dr Martens League Western Division. Has since played for Weston Super Mare and is currently at Bishop's Cleeve.
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Hopton
3
0
Played for City during the 1925-26 season.
Gary
Horgan
8
2
Signed from Cirencester Town in the summer of 2002 after impressing in pre-season midfielder Gary spent just ten weeks at Twerton Park before heading to local rivals Chippenham Town to guarantee first team football. Was previously a trainee with Swindon Town before joining Ryman League Hungerford Town. Also spent two seasons with Cirencester Town where he returned in July 2005. Now with Swindon Supermarine.
Billy
Horton
155
59
Inside-forward Billy had started his career on the books of Chelsea before joining Aldershot in November 1961. He arrived at Twerton Park in February 1965. He spent five seasons at Twerton Park, where in the second of these he became the first ever substitute for the club, coming on five minutes from the end of the 4-3 win over Worcester City in August. Joined Trowbridge Town in November 1968.
Tommy
Hosken
n/a
7
A member of the original Bath City FC club, having previously played local football in the area for Weston FC. Played for the club in two spells before moving to Cornwall. Sadly died while playing for Camelford in 1908 after sustaining an internal injury.
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Houselander
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1909-10 season.
Adam
Howarth
25
1
Isle of Wight born defender Adam arrived at Twerton Park in the summer of 2003 following his release from Cheltenham Town where he failed to make a first team start. Impressed enough in pre-season to earn a contract and was a regular in the first quarter of the season. Featured less regularly under new manager Gary Owers and requested to be released in January to concentrate on his studies. Signed for Gloucester City less than a week later but now with Cirencester Town.
Eddie
Howell
13
2
Striker Eddie came up through the ranks of youth and reserves and went onto to make a handful of first team starts. For a time looked the most likely of the reserves to progress but always appeared somewhat lightweight to make the step up to a higher standard.
Dennis
Howes
51
5
Wing-half Dennis spent a couple of seasons with City between the wars having previously played for Bristol Rovers, where he played 20 games.
George
Howson
289
13
Former Bristol City full-back, George signed from New Brighton during the 1928 close season. Moved onto Exeter City for £25 in May 1929 but returned to City a year later. He played for Warminster during the latter stages of his career before once again coming back to Twerton Park to manage the reserve side in 1937. However, he only lasted a few months before resigning in October having lost all bar one of his games in charge.
Roger
Hoy
15
1
A right-back turned centre-half Roger played 15 times for City during the 1973-74 season having played for Tottenham Hotspur, Crystal Palace, Luton Town and Cardiff City during his league career. He only made ten appearances for Spurs, but two of these were in the European Cup Winners Cup. Also played for Dagenham before ending his career in Australia with Palm Beach.
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Hubbard
n/a
1
Played for City during the 1905-06 season.
Colin
Hudson
5
0
Colin - nicknamed 'Rocky' - was a winger who joined City during the first half of the 1964-65 season
Keith
Huggins
9
0
Keith made nine appearances for City during the 1972-73 season.
A
Hughes
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
E
Hughes
n/a
10
Played for City during the 1902-03 season.
H
Hughes
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1902-03 season.
James
Hughes
24
0
Local midfielder James will unfortunately be mainly remembered at Twerton Park for a 47 second appearance against Burton Albion in November 2000 that, because he had not been registered, cost City a three point deduction. He didn't even touch the ball! Aside from this he was a regular in the reserves making the occasional first team outing, generally from the bench. He joined Cirencester Town in 2002 before moving onto Yate Town.
Wayne
Hughes
64
5
Midfielder Wayne joined City during the 1982-83 close season. The Port Talbot born player had represented Wales at Schoolboy, Youth and Under-23 levels, beginning his professional career with two seasons at West Bromwich Albion between 1976 and 1977. He had a spell in the US playing for Tulsa Roughnecks then spent three years with Cardiff City, but only made a handful of first team appearances. He retired from football in the summer of 1983 but returned to the club eight months later before leaving for Paulton Rovers in May 1984.
Jack
Hulbert
15
0
Jack was a regular for City's reserve and amateur sides during the 1920's, making a handful of first team outings in that time.
Les
Hulbert
7
1
Les joined his brother Jack at Lambridge for the 1924-25 season having previously been a regular scorer with Farmborough.
Ricky
Hulbert
24
1
Young striker Ricky is a product of City's youth set-up having joined the club from Trowbridge Town at the start of the 2003-04 season. Scored on his debut against Cirencester Town in December 2003 in a Dr Martens Cup tie, but this turned out to be his only goal for the club. Spent much of the 2005-06 season on loan at Swindon Supermarine and before joining Paulton Rovers. After three seasons at Winterfield Road he moved on to Larkhall Athletic in August 2009.
Bob
Humphries
5
0
Bob was a 1923 summer signing from Swindon Town, before leaving the club to join the police force.
Brian
Humphries
11
0
Brian joined City during the summer of 1974.
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Hunt
1
0
Played for City during the 1913-14 season.
B
Hunt
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1906-07 and 1907-08 seasons.
Paul
Hunt
3
0
Still something of a legend at Forest Green Rovers where he played a major part in the clubs rise from obscurity, well-travelled striker Paul spent a couple of weeks at Twerton Park in December 2001 on non-contract terms from League of Wales side Aberystwyth Town. Failed to score in his three games before returning to Wales with Merthyr Tydfil.
SE
Hunt
26
0
A player who was signed in 1908 as City lined-up for their first ever season as a Western League club.
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Hupperton
1
1
Played for City during the 1910-11 season.
Dave
Hurford
2
0
Dave made a couple of appearances for City during the 1971-72 season.
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Hurrell
n/a
0
A Dorset County goalkeeper who played for City before the First World War.
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Hurst
10
0
Played for City during the first season following World War II.
Gordon
Hutchings
1
0
Gordon played a single first team match for City during the 1957-58 season.
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Huxtable
2
0
Played for City during the 1924-25 season.
Henry
Hyman
n/a
1
Brother of William, the founder of Bath City FC, Henry played for the club during it's maiden season. Also represented the Somerset FA. Returned to play for the newly reformed Radstock Town in 1901.
William
Hyman
n/a
134
The founder member of Bath City FC, William scored a hat-trick in the club's first ever match, a friendly against Writhlington in October 1900. He had previously been involved with Radstock Town but, when they folded, he turned his attention to football in Bath, where he lived and worked. He also acted as treasurer and honorary secretary in those early days. He joined Oldfield Park for the 1902-03 season, before returning the next season, playing for both clubs as they were then in different leagues. Rejoined Radstock in 1907 although did make a brief return at the end of that season and during the 1910-11 season, mainly playing for the reserves where he scored an amazing 25 goals in just 11 games.