British Soccer in U.S. Counties - States A to M

We name the state and provide a clue based on British soccer - it could be to a club, ground, location, nickname or player. You identify the US county.
All answers have English, Scottish or Northern Irish connections.
If the clue fits a player who is David Beckham, your answer is just BECKHAM (in Kentucky!).
With one exception (the ^^ clue), the answers are in alphabetical order.
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Last updated: September 1, 2015
First submittedAugust 26, 2015
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State
Clue
COUNTY/PARISH
Michigan
Home of The Gers and The Harbour Rats
(County) Antrim
Florida
English city formerly with 2, now 1, league clubs
Bradford (City)
Georgia
Appropriately named London club
Charlton (Athletic)
Idaho
Ground where ^^ play
(The) Valley
Kansas
"The Preston Plumber"
(Tom) Finney
Indiana
Scholastically-inclined Scottish club
Hamilton (Academical)
Florida
Yorkshire ground, often used for FA Cup semi-finals
Hillsborough
Missouri
Nickname of Lincolnshire's Clarets
Iron
Maine
First club automatically demoted from Football League
Lincoln (City)
Illinois
Scottish club founded as Ferranti Thistle
Livingston
Colorado
Scottish club nicknamed Gable Endies
Montrose
Kentucky
Lancashire club initially called Pine Villa
Oldham (Athletic)
Massachusetts
Appropriately, this club's crest shows The Mayflower
Plymouth (Argyle)
Louisiana
Striped Magpies roam all over this Park
St. James(' Park)
Maryland
And this Stadium fields shirts with halos each match
St. Mary's (Stadium)
Iowa
England's first 100 caps international
(Billy) Wright
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