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Ayresome Park was the home of Middlesbrough F.C. from its construction in time for the 1903-04 season, until the Riverside Stadium opened in 1995. Ayresome Park was demolished in 1997 and a housing estate now occupies the site.

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Ayresome Park: Memories

Ayresome Park, home to Middlesbrough Football Club for most of the 20th century, will always have a special place in the hearts of followers of the club. It is now 10 years since the ground's closure, and it seems a fitting moment for the publication of this revised and updated edition of the best-selling Ayresome Park Memories, by Eric Paylor and John Wilson. As well as a new foreword by John Hendrie, the last player ever to score a goal at Ayresome Park, there is a new introduction and a photograph section showing what has happened to the site of the ground since the turnstiles were closed for ever back in 1995. An index has also been added for this new edition. In all the book is a comprehensive and fascinating look at Middlesbrough's history at Ayresome Park. The authors recreate great games from the club's past, tell the story of the stadium throughout its 92-year period as home to the heroes in red and white, and include the memories of legions of players and supporters who were the lifeblood of the club during the 20th century. A detailed statistical record of 'Boro's fortunes at Ayresome Park completes the picture - making this lovingly researched and written book a homage to a great club and a great stadium.

Lost Football League Grounds from the Air (Aerofilms Guide)

Almost 20 clubs have relocated from their traditional homes to brand-new stadia in the last twenty years and this figure is constantly rising. The superb archive provides some 125 images recording many of these lost grounds. From the White City Stadium, once home of Queens Park Rangers, to Bristol Rovers ground Eastville, each of these grounds is illustrated with an historic shot recording the ground as it once looked. The book provides a detailed caption outlining the history of the ground and its current status.

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