|Full name||Birmingham Hammers|
|Founded||July 10, 2013|
|Ground||Sicard Hollow Athletic Complex|
|Head Coach||Wulf Koch|
|League||USL League Two|
|2018||4th, Deep South Division|
The Birmingham Hammers are an American soccer club based in Birmingham, Alabama, but playing in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. They currently compete in the fourth-division USL League Two. The Hammers played in the fourth-division National Premier Soccer League from 2016 to 2017.
The club was founded as a grassroots effort in early-to-mid 2013 by Birmingham residents, Morgan Copes and John Killian. The two formed the club after they graduated from college in the hope to garner interest from the region's soccer scene. Later founders included Evon Noyes, Eric Lopez and Wade Honeycutt. Upon ongoing outreach, the group was able to form a formal club throughout 2014, and in 2015, the Hammers fielded their first ever team, who played independent friendlies during the spring and summer of 2015.
|Year||Conference||Position||Played||Won||Loss||Tie||Goals for||Goals against||Goal difference||Points|
|2016 NPSL||Southeast Conference||6th||10||2||7||1||10||19||−9||7|
|2017 NPSL||Southeast Conference - Southeast West Division||5th||12||1||9||2||11||34||−23||5|
|2018 PDL||Southern Conference - Deep South Division||4th||14||5||5||4||25||28||−3||19|
- "About the Birmingham Hammers". Birmingham Hammers. Archived from the original on 2015-03-20.
- Stein, Kelsey. "Birmingham Hammers joining professional soccer league in 2016". AL.com. Retrieved 25 October 2015.
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