Bill Bundy

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Bill Bundy
Personal information
Full name William Bundy
Date of birth January qtr. 1883
Place of birth Eastleigh, England
Date of death 8 December 1945(1945-12-08) (aged 62)
Place of death Eastleigh, England
Playing position Centre-forward
Youth career
1898–1902 Eastleigh Guild
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1902–1904 Southampton 1 (1)
1904–1922 Eastleigh Athletic
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

William "Bill" Bundy (1883 – 8 December 1945) was an English footballer who played at centre-forward in one match for Southampton in the Southern League in 1903, before a long career with Eastleigh Athletic.

Football career[edit]

Bundy was born in Eastleigh and played his youth football for the Eastleigh Guild before joining Southern League Southampton in September 1902.[1] Having spent the start of his professional career in the reserves, he was promoted to the first team for the match against Reading on 14 February 1903, when regular forwards Tom Barlow, Joe Turner and Harry Wood were injured.[2] Bundy acquitted himself well, scoring in a 4–1 victory (with Mark Bell scoring twice).[3] Following the return of the injured players, Bundy made no further appearances, as the "Saints" claimed the Southern League title, with Reading runners-up, three points behind.[2]

Bundy spent another half-season at The Dell before he left the club in January 1904 to join Eastleigh Athletic of the Hampshire League. He remained with the Eastleigh club until he retired in February 1922.[1]


  1. ^ a b Holley, Duncan; Chalk, Gary (1992). The Alphabet of the Saints. ACL & Polar Publishing. p. 54. ISBN 0-9514862-3-3. 
  2. ^ a b Chalk, Gary; Holley, Duncan (1987). Saints – A complete record. Breedon Books. pp. 32–33. ISBN 0-907969-22-4. 
  3. ^ "Southampton v Reading, 14 February 1903". Retrieved 1 December 2012. 

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