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Sunderland may refer to:
  • Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, a city in the North East of England
    • The City of Sunderland, the metropolitan borough named after and containing the above settlement, along with Washington and Houghton-le-Spring
    • Sunderland (UK Parliament constituency)
    • Sunderland A.F.C., professional football team of the city

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    Places

    Canada

    • Sunderland, Ontario

    Other places in the United Kingdom

    • Sunderland, Cumbria
    • Sunderland Bridge, County Durham
    • Sunderland, a village in Lancashire also known as Sunderland Point
    • North Sunderland, Northumberland
    • Sunderlandwick, East Riding of Yorkshire

    United States

    • Sunderland, Maryland
    • Sunderland, Massachusetts
    • Sunderland, Portland, Oregon
    • Sunderland, Vermont

    People

    • Abby Sunderland (born 1993), American sailor
    • Alan Sunderland (born 1953), former English football player
    • Byron Sunderland (1819 – 1901), American Presbyterian minister
    • Harry Sunderland (1889 – 1964), Australian rugby league writer and administrator
    • James Sunderland, main protagonist in Silent Hill 2
    • Margot Sunderland, English psychologist and popular book author
    • Paul Sunderland (born 1952), American sportscaster and member of the 1984 US Olympic gold medal volleyball team
    • Scott Sunderland (actor) (1883 – 1956), English actor
    • Scott Sunderland (road cyclist) (born 1966), Australian former road racing cyclist and coach
    • Scott Sunderland (track cyclist) (born 1988), Australian professional track cyclist
    • Zac Sunderland (born 1991), American sailor
    • Earl of Sunderland, several:
      • Emanuel Scrope, 1st Earl of Sunderland (first creation)
      • Henry Spencer, 1st Earl of Sunderland (second creation)
      • Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland
      • Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland
      • Robert Spencer, 4th Earl of Sunderland
      • Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough, 5th Earl of Sunderland

    Transportation

    • HMS Sunderland, the name of three ships of the Royal Navy
    • MV Sunderland, a coaster in service with Ross Line Ltd, 1958–68
    • Short Sunderland, a Second World War flying boat made by Short Brothers

    Other

    • Alice in Sunderland, a comics history by Bryan Talbot of the Sunderland area and its connections to Lewis Carroll
    • Sunderland A.F.C. Women, women's football team in the English city
    • University of Sunderland, university in the English city
    • Sunderland International Airshow, held in the English city
    • Sunderland Lustreware ceramic originating from the English city
    • ACG Sunderland School and College, a private school in Auckland, New Zealand
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