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Background imageSport Collection: Loftus Road Stadium, QPR 24442_016

Loftus Road Stadium, QPR 24442_016
LOFTUS ROAD STADIUM, Shepherds Bush, London. Aerial view. Home of Queens Park Rangers Football Club. QPR. Photographed in September 2006

Background imageSport Collection: Upton Park, West Ham 26448_011

Upton Park, West Ham 26448_011
UPTON PARK, London. Aerial view of Boleyn Ground, the home of West Ham United FC since 1904. Photographed in 2009

Background imageSport Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_024

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_024
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageSport Collection: Goodison Park, Everton EAW162060

Goodison Park, Everton EAW162060
GOODISON PARK STADIUM, Liverpool. Aerial view of the home of Everton Football Club since 1892. Photographed in 1966. Goodison Park played host to Group 3 matches at the 1966 World Cup

Background imageSport Collection: Stamford Bridge, Chelsea 24410_016

Stamford Bridge, Chelsea 24410_016
STAMFORD BRIDGE STADIUM, London. Aerial view. Home of Chelsea Football Club. Photographed in August 2006

Background imageSport Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageSport Collection: Maine Road EAW666121

Maine Road EAW666121
MAINE ROAD STADIUM, Manchester. Aerial view. The former home of Manchester City Football Club in May 1997. City with Kinkladze and Rosler finished 13th in the First Division that season

Background imageSport Collection: White Hart Lane EAW167143

White Hart Lane EAW167143
White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London. Photographed by Aerofilms in September 1966 on the occasion of a match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United

Background imageSport Collection: St. James Park, Newcastle DP092267

St. James Park, Newcastle DP092267
ST JAMES PARK, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Home of Newcastle United Football Club. The stark lighting helps the stadium to stand out on the Newcastle skyline. Played on Tyne and Wear

Background imageSport Collection: Elland Road, Leeds 20668_032

Elland Road, Leeds 20668_032
ELLAND ROAD STADIUM, Leeds. Aerial view. Home of Leeds United Football Club. Photographed in August 2007

Background imageSport Collection: Trent Bridge, Nottingham 20520_009

Trent Bridge, Nottingham 20520_009
TRENT BRIDGE CRICKET GROUND, Nottingham. Trent Bridge was first used for cricket in 1838 and is the third oldest cricket ground in the world. It is the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club

Background imageSport Collection: Old Trafford EAW627720

Old Trafford EAW627720
OLD TRAFFORD, Greater Manchester. Aerial view. Stadium home of Manchester United Football Club in 1994. United with Eric Cantona won the Premiership that season. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace EAW654371

Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace EAW654371
SELHURST PARK, London. Aerial view of the home of Crystal Palace Football Club. Photographed in 1996 when the Eagles under Dave Bassett were plying their trade in Division One

Background imageSport Collection: Anfield, Liverpool EAW162056

Anfield, Liverpool EAW162056
ANFIELD STADIUM, Liverpool. Aerial view of the home of Liverpool Football Club since 1892. Photographed in 1966. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Vicarage Road, Watford EAW626929

Vicarage Road, Watford EAW626929
VICARAGE ROAD, Watford. Aerial view of the home of Saracens RFC and Watford FC. Photographed in 1994. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Site of Wimbledon tennis 24441_006

Site of Wimbledon tennis 24441_006
ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS AND CROQUET CLUB, Wimbledon, London. An aerial view of the site showing the re-development of Centre Court under construction. Photographed September, 2006

Background imageSport Collection: Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough EAW613650

Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough EAW613650
AYRESOME PARK, Middlesbrough. Aerial view of the former home of Middlesbrough Football Club, photographed in 1992. Having obtained promotion the Teessiders were founder members of the Premier League

Background imageSport Collection: Stamford Bridge Stadium EAW614381

Stamford Bridge Stadium EAW614381
STAMFORD BRIDGE STADIUM, London. Aerial view. Home of Chelsea Football Club in 1992. Around this time Chelsea Village Ltd

Background imageSport Collection: King Power Stadium 33128_043

King Power Stadium 33128_043
King Power Stadium, Leicestershire. Home of Leicester City Football Club, The Foxes, photographed in April 2017

Background imageSport Collection: Stamford Bridge, Chelsea EPW025830

Stamford Bridge, Chelsea EPW025830
STAMFORD BRIDGE STADIUM, London. Aerial view. Home of Chelsea Football Club since 1905. Photographed in 1929. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Craven Cottage, Fulham EAW685834

Craven Cottage, Fulham EAW685834
CRAVEN COTTAGE, London. Aerial view of the home of Fulham FC since 1894, with the River Thames beyond. Photographed in 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Bootham Crescent, York EAC613614

Bootham Crescent, York EAC613614
BOOTHAM CRESCENT, York. Aerial view of the home of York City Football Club since 1932. Photographed in 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Wembley Stadium 18308_03

Wembley Stadium 18308_03
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the old sports ground. Wembley hosted several games including the final of the 1966 football World Cup

Background imageSport Collection: Scarborough cricket ground 28905_036

Scarborough cricket ground 28905_036
North Marine Road Cricket Ground, home to Scarborough Cricket Club, North Yorkshire, 2016. TA0389

Background imageSport Collection: Highbury Stadium, Arsenal AFL03_aerofilms_r2245

Highbury Stadium, Arsenal AFL03_aerofilms_r2245
HIGHBURY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the home of Arsenal Football Club since 1913. Photographed in 1936. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Highbury Stadium, Arsenal AFL03_aerofilms_c19089

Highbury Stadium, Arsenal AFL03_aerofilms_c19089
HIGHBURY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of Arsenal Stadium, the home of Arsenal Football Club since 1913. Photographed in 1932. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Maine Road, Manchester City EPW009271

Maine Road, Manchester City EPW009271
MAINE ROAD, Manchester. Aerial view of the home of Manchester City Football Club. Photographed in 1923 just after the club first moved to Maine Road. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageSport Collection: Baseball Ground, Derby EAW242197

Baseball Ground, Derby EAW242197
BASEBALL GROUND, Derby. Aerial view of the home of Derby County FC between 1894 and 1997. Photographed in 1972. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Filbert Street, Leicester EAW627434

Filbert Street, Leicester EAW627434
FILBERT STREET, Leicester. Aerial view of the former home of Leicester City Football Club photographed in 1994. Leicester won the play-off final to go back to the Premiership

Background imageSport Collection: Leeds Road, Huddersfield EAW613639

Leeds Road, Huddersfield EAW613639
LEEDS ROAD, Huddersfield. Aerial view of the former home of Huddersfield Town Football Club. The Terriers moved to the Galpharm Stadium in 1994. Photographed in 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Burnden Park, Bolton EAW612756

Burnden Park, Bolton EAW612756
BURNDEN PARK, Bolton. Aerial view of the former home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club. The Trotters moved to the Reebok Stadium in 1997. Photographed in 1992

Background imageSport Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_026

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_026
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageSport Collection: Wembley Cup Final 1923 EPW008545

Wembley Cup Final 1923 EPW008545
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. The first Wembley FA Cup Final was marked by disorderly scenes. Before the match a massive crowd outside the stadium rushed the gates

Background imageSport Collection: White Hart Lane, Tottenham EAW673569

White Hart Lane, Tottenham EAW673569
WHITE HART LANE, Tottenham, London. Aerial view of the home of Tottenham Hotspur FC since 1891. Photographed in 1998. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Craven Cottage, Fulham EAW685842

Craven Cottage, Fulham EAW685842
CRAVEN COTTAGE, London. Aerial view of the home of Fulham FC since 1894, with the River Thames beyond. Photographed in 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Kenilworth Road, Luton EAC613790

Kenilworth Road, Luton EAC613790
KENILWORTH ROAD, Luton. Aerial view of the home of Luton Town Football Club. Photographed in 1992, at the end of a disappointing season for the Hatters who dropped out of the top flight just as

Background imageSport Collection: Eastville Stadium EAW170596

Eastville Stadium EAW170596
Eastville Stadium, Bristol. Built in 1897 it was the home of Bristol Rovers Football Club. The ground was finally demolished in 1998. Photographed here in April 1967

Background imageSport Collection: Kingsholm Gloucester 26753_006

Kingsholm Gloucester 26753_006
Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester. First built in 1891, it has been home for the Gloucester Rugby Union club ever since. Photographed in 2010

Background imageSport Collection: New Den, Millwall EAW664668

New Den, Millwall EAW664668
THE NEW DEN, Millwall, Greater London. Home of Millwall Football Club - The Lions - since 1993. Photographed in March 1997. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Roker Park, Sunderland EPW613582

Roker Park, Sunderland EPW613582
ROKER PARK, Sunderland. Aerial view of the former home of Sunderland Football Club. They moved to the Stadium of Light in 1997. Photographed in 1992. In May the Black Cats reached the FA Cup Final

Background imageSport Collection: The Valley, Charlton 24994_010

The Valley, Charlton 24994_010
THE VALLEY, Charlton, London. Aerial view. Home of Charlton Athletic Football Club since 1919. After ground closure in 1985

Background imageSport Collection: St James Park, Newcastle EAC687965

St James Park, Newcastle EAC687965
ST JAMES PARK, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Aerial view of the home of Newcastle United FC since 1892. Photographed in 2001. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Griffin Park, Brentford EAW068140

Griffin Park, Brentford EAW068140
GRIFFIN PARK, Brentford. Aerial view of the home of " The Bees" since 1904. Photographed in 1957. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageSport Collection: Stadium of Light, Sunderland 20922_032

Stadium of Light, Sunderland 20922_032
STADIUM OF LIGHT, Sunderland. Aerial view. Home of Sunderland Football Club since 1997. The new ground for the Black Cats was built on the site of the old Wearmouth Colliery

Background imageSport Collection: The Dell, Southampton EAW638364

The Dell, Southampton EAW638364
THE DELL, Southampton. Aerial view of the former home of Southampton Football Club photographed in 1995. Matthew Le Tissier was the star player of the Premiership team

Background imageSport Collection: Springfield Park, Wigan EAW612359

Springfield Park, Wigan EAW612359
SPRINGFIELD PARK, Wigan. Aerial view of the former home of Wigan Athletic Football Club. They moved to the JJB Stadium in 1999. The Latics were first elected to the Football League in 1978

Background imageSport Collection: Griffin Park, Brentford 24409_032

Griffin Park, Brentford 24409_032
GRIFFIN PARK STADIUM, Brentford. Aerial view of the home of Brentford Football Club " The Bees" since 1904. Photographed in August 2006

Background imageSport Collection: Stamford Bridge, Chelsea EAW018701

Stamford Bridge, Chelsea EAW018701
STAMFORD BRIDGE STADIUM, London. Aerial view. Home of Chelsea Football Club since 1905. Designed by the football ground architect Archibald Leitch, who also designed the covered east stand



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