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Football League grounds from the 1920s-1950s

29 June 2015

We take a look at some of the grounds of current and former Football League clubs between 1920-1950.

Below are 50 links to remarkable imagery of some of Britain’s most famous stadiums, all taken from aerial viewpoints.

From Derby County's old Baseball Ground and Cardiff City's Ninian Park, to Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough and Ipswich Town's Portman Road, check out this vintage collection of Football League stadia.

Arsenal: Highbury
Aston Villa: Villa Park
Barnsley: Oakwell
Blackburn Rovers: Ewood Park
Blackpool: Bloomfield Road
Bradford City: Valley Parade
Brentford: Griffin Park
Bristol City: Ashton Gate
Bristol Rovers: Eastville
Burnley: Turf Moor
Bury: Gigg Lane
Cardiff City: Ninian Park
Carlisle United: Brunton Park
Chelsea: Stamford Bridge
Coventry City: Highfield Road 
Darlington: Feethams
Derby County: Baseball Ground
Doncaster Rovers: Belle Vue
Everton: Goodison Park
Exeter City: St James Park
Fulham: Craven Cottage
Huddersfield Town: Leeds Road 
Hull City: Anlaby Road
Ipswich Town: Portman Road
Leicester City: Filbert Street 
Liverpool: Anfield
Luton Town: Kenilworth Road
Manchester City: Maine Road
Manchester United: Old Trafford 
Newcastle United: Newcastle St James’ Park
Newport County: Somerton Park
Norwich City: Carrow Road
Nottingham Forest: City Ground
Notts County: County Ground
Peterborough United: London Road
Port Vale: Old Recreation Ground
QPR: Loftus Road
Reading: Elm Park
Sheffield United: Bramall Lane
Sheffield Wednesday: Hillsborough
Southend United: The Kursaal 
Stoke City: Victoria Ground 
Sunderland: Roker Park
Swansea City: Vetch Field 
Thames FC: West Ham Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur: White Hart Lane
Watford: Vicarage Road
West Bromwich Albion: The Hawthorns
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Molineux
Yeovil Town: Huish Park

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