Lost English Football Grounds

With the constant introduction of new football stadiums, the grounds they are replacing are being demolished at an increasing rate. This page is sadly the grave yard of our past football grounds which are now demolished ready for housing, supermarkets or maybe even just abandoned wasteland…

Arsenal (Old – Highbury)
Barnet (Old – Underhill)
Brighton and Hove Albion (Old – Goldstone)
Brighton and Hove Albion (Old – Withdean Stadium)
Cambridge City (Old – The City Ground)
Cardiff City (Old – Ninian Park)
Chesterfield (Old – Saltergate)
Colchester United (Old – Layer Road)
Darlington (Old – Feethams)
Darlington (Old – The Darlington Arena)
Huddersfield Town (Old – Leeds Road)
Hull City (Old – Boothferry Park)
Manchester City (Old – Maine Road)
Middlesbrough (Old – Ayresome Park)
Millwall (Old – The Den)
MK Dons (Old – The National Hockey Stadium)
Morecambe (Old – Christie Park)
Newport County (Old – Somerton Park)
Rotherham United (Old – Don Valley Stadium)
Rotherham United (Old – Millmoor)
Scarborough (Old – Seamer Road)
Scunthorpe United (Old – The Old Showground)
Stamford (Old – Wothorpe Road)
Stoke City (Old – The Victoria Ground)
Southampton (Old – The Dell)
Sunderland (Old – Roker Park)
Swansea City (Old – Vetch Field)
Tottenham Hotspur (Old – White Hart Lane) Visit
Walsall (Old – Fellows Park)
West Ham United (Old – Upton Park) Visit

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