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The Valley, Charlton 24994_010 Featured Aerial views of football stadia Print

The Valley, Charlton 24994_010

THE VALLEY, Charlton, London. Aerial view. Home of Charlton Athletic Football Club since 1919. After ground closure in 1985, Charlton moved back into a renovated stadium in 1992 and have since rebuilt three sides of the ground to offer a 27, 000 all-seated stadium. Photographed in May 2008

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Don Valley Stadium 20654_006 Featured Aerial views of football stadia Print

Don Valley Stadium 20654_006

DON VALLEY STADIUM, Sheffield. Aerial view. This athletics stadium was completed in 1990 to help host the World Student Games of 1991 and is home of the City of Sheffield Athletics Club. It has also been used by the Sheffield Eagles Rugby League team between 1991-2009, and currently hosts Rotherham United Football Club while their new stadium is being built. Photographed in July 2007

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FA Cup semi-final at Highbury in 1929. EPW025838 Featured Aerial views of football stadia Print

FA Cup semi-final at Highbury in 1929. EPW025838

HIGHBURY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the 1929 FA Cup Semi-Final at the home of Arsenal Football Club. Portsmouth beat Aston Villa 1-0 to reach the final at Wembley where they went on to lose 2-0 to Bolton Wanderers. This was the first of twelve occasions when Highbury was used as the neutral venue for FA Cup semi-finals. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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