How many football grounds have you been to?

KneesUp

Veteran
This was something I was talking about at the weekend, and I was quite surprised - at first I couldn't think of any 'away' grounds I'd been to, but then I thought a bit longer and came up with:

Maine Road (Manchester City)
City of Manchester Stadium (Manchester City)
Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace - vs MCFC)
Reebok (Bolton - vs MCFC, and then vsSunderland, and also an England U17(?) game)
Ewood Park (Blackburn - vs MCFC)
Old Trafford (Manchester United - vs WImbledon - free ticket)
Anfield (Liverpool - vs MCFC)

I guess some people still go home and away to every game, but I guess fewer do now given the cost and the tv coverage.
 

Smokin Joe

Legendary Member
All the London grounds of teams who were in the same division as West Ham, nothing outside of that.
 
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KneesUp

KneesUp

Veteran
All the London grounds of teams who were in the same division as West Ham, nothing outside of that.
That's quite a few grounds I guess - there are a lot of teams in London, and that's two divisions :-)

I missed out on a few unlikely grounds when City were in the 2nd Division (3rd tier) as they used to sell out so often (and I was earning sod all!)
 
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Dayvo

Just passin' through
White Hart Lane
Upton Park
Highbury
Carrrow Rd.
Portman Rd.
Goodison Park
St. James' Park (Exeter)
Fratton Park
Wembley
Olympic Stadium (Bayern Munich)
AIK (Stockholm)
Hammarby (Stockholm)
Djurgården (Stockholm)
Ullevål (Oslo)
Sandefjord (Norway)
San Siro (Milan)
Real Betis (Seville)
Olympique Marseille (France)
Bordeaux (France)
Maccabi (Tel Aviv)
Sydney Utd (Australia)



and quite a few I can't remember.
 

youngoldbloke

The older I get, the faster I used to be ...
None, likewise rugby grounds, cricket grounds and golf courses. Never interested. Preferred riding a bike. One or two athletics stadia, however
 
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