Historic Name That Ground – Week 34

This is week 34 of Historic Name That Ground. As always, please leave your comments in the comments area at the bottom of this website page. Do you recognise this ground? On Friday I’ll post the answer. Here are a few clues…

Can you name the ground featured in the image above? This is a 1950s photo of this ground, mostly one of its floodlights. The floodlights at this venue were quite distinctive. The ground remains a major sporting venue today, although the floodlights disappeared in the 2010s during a major renovation.

Post your answer below in the comments field and I’ll give the answer on Friday.

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  1. Glyn Griffiths says:

    St James Park
    Newcastle United


  2. Glyn griffiths says:

    Windsor park


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