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There are twenty-seven Soccer Players called Campbell.

  • Darren Campbell

    Darren Campbell is a Soccer Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Darren Campbell)

  • Bobby Campbell (English footballer)

    Bobby Campbell (English footballer) is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Bobby Campbell (English footballer))

  • Fraizer Campbell

    Fraizer Campbell is a Soccer Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Fraizer Campbell)

  • Noel Campbell

    Noel Campbell (born 11 December 1949 in Dublin) is a retired Irish footballer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Noel Campbell)

  • Robert Campbell (footballer born 1986)

    Robert Campbell (footballer born 1986) is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Robert Campbell (footballer born 1986))

  • Dick Campbell

    Dick Campbell is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Dick Campbell)

  • David Campbell (footballer)

    David Campbell (footballer) is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Campbell (footballer))

  • Jimmy Campbell (footballer)

    James "Jimmy" Campbell (born 1886 in Newhaven, Scotland) was a former professional footballer, who played for Sheffield Wednesday & Huddersfield Town.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Jimmy Campbell (footballer))

  • Campbell Money

    Campbell Money is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Campbell Money)

  • Bobby Campbell (Scottish footballer)

    Bobby Campbell (Scottish footballer) is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Bobby Campbell (Scottish footballer))

  • Charles Campbell (footballer)

    Charles Campbell was a Scottish footballer of the 1870s and 1880s who played for, and captained, Queen's Park and the Scotland national team.... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles Campbell (footballer))

  • Peter Campbell (footballer)

    Peter Campbell (born late 1850s in Rhu, Argyll and Bute; died January 1883) was a Scottish footballer and one of the four founding members of Rangers Football Club. He made 24 Scottish Cup appearances for Rangers and scored 15 goals.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Campbell (footballer))

  • Willie Campbell

    William R. "Willie" Campbell (born c.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Willie Campbell)

  • James Campbell (footballer)

    James Campbell (born in London) was a former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Huddersfield Town.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Campbell (footballer))

  • Alan Campbell (Irish footballer)

    Alan Campbell (born 10 August 1960 in Dublin, Ireland) is a former professional football player.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Alan Campbell (Irish footballer))

  • Jackie Campbell

    Jackie Campbell (born 27 February 1946 in Airdrie) is a Scottish former professional association football player. He played his entire career at Partick Thistle for whom he made 579 appearances as a defender.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Jackie Campbell)

  • Campbell Ogilvie

    Campbell Ogilvie is managing director of the football (soccer) club, Heart of Midlothian, in the Scottish Premier League, and first vice-president of the Scottish Football Association.... ( from the wikipedia article on Campbell Ogilvie)

  • John Campbell (footballer born 1870)

    John Campbell (born 19 February 1870 in Renton, Scotland died 1906) was a Scottish footballer who played for Sunderland as a Forward. He was the brother of Sunderland manager Robert Campbell.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Campbell (footballer born 1870))

  • William Campbell (footballer)

    William Cecil Campbell (25 October 1865 – unknown) was an Scottish footballer. His regular position was as a forward.... (extract from the wikipedia article on William Campbell (footballer))

  • Lewis Campbell (footballer)

    Lewis Campbell (April 1864 - unknown) was a Scottish footballer, he was pacey and difficult to defend against.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Lewis Campbell (footballer))

  • Joe Campbell (footballer)

    Joseph "Joe" Campbell (born Glasgow, 28 March 1925) was a Scottish professional association football player of the 1940s and 1950s. After failing to break into the first team with Celtic, he went on to play for Leyton Orient and Gillingham in England and made 17 appearances in The Football League.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Joe Campbell (footballer))

  • George Campbell (footballer)

    George Campbell (footballer) is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on George Campbell (footballer))

  • Ian Campbell (footballer)

    44 (11)1 (0)28 (3)282 (125)50 (16)4 (0)Playing stats... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Ian Campbell (footballer))

  • George Campbell (New Zealand footballer)

    George Campbell was a football (soccer) player who represented New Zealand, playing in New Zealand's first ever official international. He was New Zealand's first national team captain.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Campbell (New Zealand footballer))

  • Denise Campbell

    Denise Campbell is a Soccer Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Denise Campbell)

  • Jim Campbell (footballer)

    James Campbell is a former football (soccer) player who represented New Zealand at international level.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Jim Campbell (footballer))

  • Danny Campbell

    Danny Campbell (born 12 August 1985 in Dudley, England) is an English 'footballer' with 'Jamaican', German heritage and is currently recovering from ACL surgery after injuring himself playing for Cincinnati Kings. Danny 'plays' as a striker or winger.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Danny Campbell)

Campbell

Gender: predominantly female

Meaning: From the Gaelic nickname cam beul

Origin: Scottish

Lucky Number: Two

Popularity: Position 659 in 2006

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