Historic Name That Ground – Week 25

The latest ground to identify. As usual you’ll be able to post your view in comments at the bottom of this website page and I’ll post the answer on Friday.

So here goes….

Can you name the ground featured in the image above?

This image is from before the Second World War. The ground is still in use and has hosted Premier League football. A couple of other clues… Believe it or not there is a river behind the stand on the left. Also, although almost everything in the photo has changed the building at the bottom of the image is, as far as I’m aware, still standing (or at least I’ve seen it on a similar aerial photo from about 7 years ago). That building has been remodelled somewhat though! Leave your comments below.

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3 Comments

  1. Glyn+Griffiths says:

    City Ground Nottingham

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    1. Tom says:

      Sheffield Wednesday

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  2. graward2003 says:

    Hillsborough, Sheffield

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