Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by BR0B0T » 25 Jun 2019 17:00

Winston Biscuit This is down nearer ground level



I bet they have plenty of lols retrieving the ball if you boot it over the fence

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Hendo » 25 Jun 2019 17:24

I forgot about this thread, good retrieve

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Ark Royal » 25 Jun 2019 22:51

Henningsvær Stadium, Lofoten Islands, Norway. Ball-boys' job is a bit of a cu nt.


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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by WoodleyRoyal » 12 Nov 2019 16:23

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football ... re-opened/

"A HOLOGRAM of a huge flaming lion prowled across the top of a stadium before it jumped onto the pitch and roared at fans.

Argentine side Estuadiantes de La Plata put on the eye-watering display to mark their return to the ground for the first time since 2005."

:shock: oxf*rd me that's awesome imagine being in the ground with that going on

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by paultheroyal » 13 Nov 2019 11:09

Ark Royal Henningsvær Stadium, Lofoten Islands, Norway. Ball-boys' job is a bit of a cu nt.



Can see parking being bit of an issue.


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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by John Smith » 15 Nov 2019 10:01

WoodleyRoyal https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/10328134/flaming-lion-hologram-leaps-prowls-stadium-ground-re-opened/

"A HOLOGRAM of a huge flaming lion prowled across the top of a stadium before it jumped onto the pitch and roared at fans.

Argentine side Estuadiantes de La Plata put on the eye-watering display to mark their return to the ground for the first time since 2005."

:shock: oxf*rd me that's awesome imagine being in the ground with that going on

One for Millwall to incorporate perhaps?

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Hendo » 21 Jul 2020 14:35



Sounds like early stages but a really positive move for a club who have had their fair share of stadium issues.

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Old Man Andrews » 21 Jul 2020 14:47

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Sounds like early stages but a really positive move for a club who have had their fair share of stadium issues.

Not too up on Coventry but is there no way they can buy back their old stadium from Ricoh?


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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Whore Jackie » 21 Jul 2020 15:28

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Sounds like early stages but a really positive move for a club who have had their fair share of stadium issues.

Not too up on Coventry but is there no way they can buy back their old stadium from Ricoh?


Wasps own it I believe. Bought it from the city council, who fell out long ago with Coventy FC's dodgy owners, hence the years playing away from the city.

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Sutekh » 22 Jul 2020 13:22




Another new stadium? They made a mess of the last one they built so let’s hope the new owners can do it right this time

At least now the Ricoh gets good attendances from Wasps so hasn’t gone the same way as the Darlington white elephant.

Reading’s record at the Ricoh I think was P2 W0 D2 L0 F2 A2

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by SouthDownsRoyal » 30 Jul 2020 09:33

What a saga the Ricoh area was! Hope they get more luck with their second, new stadium

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by SouthDownsRoyal » 30 Jul 2020 09:36



Switzerland.


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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Old Man Andrews » 30 Jul 2020 09:44

That isn't a stadium.........

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by SouthDownsRoyal » 30 Jul 2020 11:43

Ark Royal Henningsvær Stadium, Lofoten Islands, Norway. Ball-boys' job is a bit of a cu nt.




Wow :shock:

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Green » 20 Aug 2020 10:53

The Manor Ground, Oxf*rd

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Green » 20 Aug 2020 13:38

Burnden Park Bolton, sometime in the 70s.

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Re: Football Stadia - Past, Present & Future

by Old Man Andrews » 20 Aug 2020 13:39

Green Burnden Park Bolton, sometime in the 70s.

Nice to see them social distancing in the terraces! Way ahead of their time in Bolton.

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by RFCMod » 20 Aug 2020 15:19

Green The Manor Ground, Oxf*rd


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