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Derelict Boothferry Park - Hull City FC

Our last post was of a tiger playing with a football. Well to follow on from that this is where the Tigers, as Hull City are nicknamed, used to play. It’s their former ground Boothferry Park and they played here from 1946 until 2002. Over 55000 folk once crammed into here for a game against Manchester United. These images show it in a right old state prior to it’s demolition in 2008.

British Home Championship

A selection of programme covers from games played between England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Mainly British Home Championship games but some aren’t. Can you spot them?

Vintage FA Cup Images

One of the most eagerly anticipated days in the English football calendar is nearly upon us. FA Cup 3rd Round day is on 2nd January 2010 so to whet the appetite here’s a few vintage images from bygone days.

Lost English Football Grounds

Third and final slideshow for the day. This one showing grounds that are no more. Again shots taken in the seventies. Can you spot the first cantilever stand in English football? Featuring: Ayresome Park, Boothferry Park, Eastville, Elm Park, Fellows Park, Highbury, Highfield Road, Leeds Road, Maine Road, Old Showground, The Dell, The Den, Victoria Ground.

Also: Vintage English Football Grounds - Slideshow 1 | Slideshow 2

Gone But Not Forgotten - A great series of posts from Who Ate All the Goals that takes a look back at the lost football grounds of Britain.


Vintage English Football Grounds 2

A second slideshow showing a selection of Northern English football grounds as they were in the seventies. Featuring: Bloomfield Road, Boundary Park, Bramall Lane, Brunton Park, Edgeley Park, Elland Road, Ewood Park, Field Mill, Goodison Park, Gresty Road, Hillsborough, Old Trafford, Prenton Park, Racecourse Ground, The Shay, Turf Moor, Vale Park.

Also: Vintage English Football Grounds - slideshow 1


Vintage English Football Grounds 1

Slideshow of shots showing English football grounds as they were in the seventies. Featuring: Ashton Gate, Brisbane Road, The City Ground, Craven Cottage, The Hawthorns, Home Park, Kenilworth Road, Loftus Road, London Road, Meadow Lane, Molineux, Plainmoor, Portman Road, Stamford Bridge, The Valley, Upton Park, White Hart Lane.

Also: Buried by progress (video)