Jamie Langley

Jamie Langley

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Jamie Langley

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Jamie Langley (born 21 November 1983 in Normanton, West Yorkshire) is an English professional rugby league footballer with the Bradford Bulls of Super League. A Great Britain representative /, he has also played for England and has spent his whole career so far with Bradford, winning the Super League championship and Challenge Cup with them.

His position of choice is / though he can also play in the for the Super League side Bradford Bulls in England. He has been named the vice-captain for the 2010 season, which is also his testimonial season.

Bradford Bulls

In 2005 he made 28 appearances and was a member of the Bulls side that took the Grand Final against Leeds.


In 2006 Jamie was awarded 3 club awards for his performances throughout the season, these included; The Peter Lovett Trophy for Top Tackler and the Telegraph and Argus Best Average Award, with 7.39. He also got Head Coach Steve McNamara’s vote as Prized Bull.

Langley signed a new 3 year contract on 3 April 2007 to keep at the Bulls until 2010. Langley missed the later part of 2007 through injury.


Jamie Langley won caps for England while at Bradford Bulls in 2004 against Russia, France, and Ireland, and won a cap for Great Britain while at Bradford Bulls in 2007 against Fiji (sub).

England Academy

Langley also captained the England Academy team that famously defeated the Australian schoolboys......
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