Ivor Broadis

Everyone at the Club are sorry to hear about the sad passing of Ivor Broadis.

At 96 years of age, Ivor was the oldest surviving England Internationalist who was capped fourteen times for his Country.  During which time he scored two goals in the three games he played for them at the 1954 World Cup Finals. 

During his career he played for some of the top sides south of the border, Tottenham Hotspur, Carlisle United, Sunderland, Manchester City and Newcastle United before ending his playing days with Queens.  He spent two seasons at Palmerston after joining in 1959.

He goes down as the only Queens player to have scored at a World Cup finals which is a great achievement but he was also a loyal servant to the clubs that he played for.

Our thoughts go out to his friends and family.