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Gasopedia – the Bristol Rovers wiki is constantly being updated and having new articles added. Below is a selection of some of the most recently added pages.
- Tom Lockyer
- Mark McChrystal
- Derby County
- Kit gallery
- Oumare Tounkara
- Alefe Santos
- Ryan Brunt
- Clayton McDonald
- Steve Mildenhall
- Tom Hitchcock
Only one Bristol Rovers player has ever represented England while on the books at the club: Geoff Bradford, who won a single cap in 1955, scoring in a 5–1 victory over Denmark. Twenty-one other Rovers players have been capped by England either before they joined the club or after they left it. The record for the most England appearances by a Bristol Rovers player is held by Alan Ball with 72 caps, followed by Mick Channon with 46.
There have been 189 full international matches where the England side included a player who spent part of his career with Bristol Rovers, and the highest number of Rovers players who have been in a single England side is 3. This has happened four times, all of which were in the 1970s