The Cherry Red Records Stadium- AFC Wimbledon

The Cherry Red Records Stadium- AFC Wimbledon Information about Cherry Red Records stadium Kingsmeadow (or Cherry Red Records stadium, for sponsorship reasons) first opened in 1989 with a friendly match involving previous owners Kingstonian FC and then First Division outfit Queens Park Rangers. With the Surrey based club forced into financial administration after being relegated … Read more

Bloomfield Road- Blackpool

Bloomfield Road- Blackpool Information about Bloomfield Road The land on which Bloomfield Road Stadium sits has played host to more football matches even since 21st October 1899, with South Shore F.C playing their home fixtures here in the Lancashire League. Blackpool have played at Bloomfield Road since the 1901-02 season, prior to this Blackpool had … Read more

Valley Parade- Bradford City

Information about Valley Parade While the stadium is commonly known throughout the game as Valley Parade, its official title is the Northern Commercials Stadium following a welcome sponsorship agreement. Bradford City, who was formed in 1903 when Manningham decided to switch from rugby to football, developed so rapidly that they gained promotion from the old … Read more

Memorial Stadium- Bristol Rovers

Memorial Stadium- Bristol Rovers Information about The Memorial Stadium The Memorial Stadium or its old name Memorial Ground (which it is still commonly referred to as is the home of Bristol Rovers FC.) It is capable of accommodating 11,916 fans per match including 3,000 seats; the main stand has came in for a lot of … Read more

The Valley- Charlton Athletic

The Valley- Charlton Athletic Before permanently settling at the site of The Valley, Charlton mirrored the nomadic tendencies of London neighbours, QPR and Fulham, by playing across a variety of venues in the club’s formative years. Initially rather plain in appearance following the first World War, the south-east London club lacked funding and had to … Read more

Ricoh Arena- Coventry City

Ricoh Arena- Coventry City Coventry made the Ricoh Arena its home at the beginning of the 2005/06 season. Prior to this the club had played their home matches at Highfield Road, the move to the Ricoh ended a 106 year relationship with their previous home. The club required a newer and modern stadium, with better … Read more

Keepmoat Stadium- Doncaster Rovers

Keepmoat Stadium- Doncaster Rovers The Keepmoat Stadium inaugural competitive match was held on 1st January 2007 against Huddersfield Town, although the official opening ceremony was actually held later on against Premier League Superstars Manchester United on the 3rd August 2007. The timing of the move essentially split the season in half between the new and … Read more

Banks’s Stadium – Walsall

 Banks’s Stadium – Walsall The home of Walsall is an all-seater stadium and can currently place host to 11,300 football fans following the completion of the extension of the Tile Choice Stand, located behind one of the goals. This was completed in 2003. The three remaining stands are all the same height and width with … Read more

Adams Park- Wycombe Wanderers FC

Adams Park- Wycombe Wanderers FC Information about Adams Park Stadium Wycombe Wanderers have played their home games at Adams Park since 1990. Adams Park has a total capacity of 10,000. The best thing about the stadium is that there are no pillars that block spectator’s views. The away fans can be found in the Dreams … Read more

Stadium of Light- Sunderland

Stadium of Light- Sunderland The home of Sunderland is very new to League One and teams that visit here will treat it as a day out reminiscent of a cup final. The 49,000 capacity of the Stadium of Light is a modern stadium that sees the second tier travel around half of the stadium. Away … Read more