Youth team product Fleming made his City debut in a League Cup tie at Doncaster Rovers in August 2017, having signed his first professional contract in February 2017. He spent three months at Gainsborough Trinity on loan during the latter stages of the 2017/18 season and again featured for the Tigers in the League Cup during August 2018. He edged into the first team picture during the 2018/19 season, mostly with substitute appearances, and in the 2019/20 season Grant McCann showed faith in Fleming when other left back choices were not available – Fleming supported first choice left back Callum Elder, coming into the side and performing well in making nine appearances mostly in Cup competitions.
In January 2020 Brandon was loaned to Bolton Wanderers for the remainder of the 2019/20 season to gain more first team experience, and despite the Trotters’ poor form Brandon put in a number of impressive performances in his 10 senior appearances. He returned to City after relegation to League One and was Grant McCann’s reserve choice left back behind his more experienced Australian team-mate Callum Elder until an injury ended Fleming’s 2020/21 season early. Returning from injury during the 2021/22 season, Brandon struggled to win a first team shirt until Shota Arveladze took over the Tigers in January 2022 – Fleming was selected on the left and rewarded the gaffer with a series of galloping performances and goal assists that finally secured him a regular first team berth alongside his left-sided boyhood team-mates Keane Lewis-Potter and Jacob Greaves.
Fleming suffered an injury during the 2022/23 pre-season and returned to the first team in a mid-October win at Blackpool, by which time Arveladze had departed and caretaker boss Andy Dawson was at the helm. But he struggled for game time when new boss Liam Rosenior took over and in early January 2023 he joined League One side Oxford United on a half season loan.
Date/Place of Birth: 3 December 1999, Hull
Hull City First Game: 22 August 2017, Doncaster Rovers A (League Cup Round 2), 17 years, 262 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]
Hull City (2016-current), Gainsborough Trinity (2018, loan), Bolton Wanderers (2020, loan), Oxford United (2023, loan)
Hull City Record
Career: 44 apps, 0 goalsBrandon Fleming
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|2019/20||4 (0)||0||1 (0)||0||2 (0)||0||-||-||-||-|
|2020/21||3 (0)||0||0 (1)||0||2 (0)||0||-||-||3 (0)||0|
|2021/22||15 (1)||0||-||-||1 (0)||0||-||-||-||-|