The Champions League winner has struggled to earn regular game time at a club for much of his career, never making more than 87 appearances for any one outfit, but will be hoping to settle at St Andrew's after being brought in by Gary Rowett to replace the departed Darren Randolph.
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The Pole has joined on a two-year contract, following hot on the heels of another 'keeper, with Adam Legzdins returning to the club earlier in the week.
A love of the Midlands?
Kuszczak arrival at the Blues means he has now turned out for three of the region's biggest clubs. The Poland international initially arrived in English football when he joined West Brom in 2004, having come from Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga.
The 33-year-old stayed at the Hawthorns until Manchester United snapped him up in 2006, and though he only played 61 matches in six seasons at Old Trafford, Kuszczak did participate as the Red Devils won four Premier League titles and a Champions League trophy.
Following his departure from United, Kuszczak took in spells at Brighton and then at Wolves, where he played 13 times on a short term contract, meaning that barring Aston Villa, the goalkeeper has now taken in spells at three of the big West Midlands sides.