Coventry City football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the Ricoh Arena. Great books about current and former Coventry City players and Coventry City managers and the history of Coventry City football club.
Top recommended books include Sky Blue Heaven Volume II An Encyclopedia of Coventry City FC, Coventry City FC: A History in 50 Matches, Football With A Smile: Authorised Biog of Joe Mercer plus many more in the Coventry City online bookshop
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Recommended Coventry City Books
Sky Blue Heaven Volume II An Encyclopedia of Coventry City FC
The all-new sequel to Sky Blue Heaven - a second volume the quirky, fun-filled, fact-packed encyclopedia of Coventry City FC. Meticulously researched and brilliantly illustrated, it is full of stories, stats and I-never-knew-that-ness from Planet Sky Blue which will delight any Coventry City supporter. Fastest goals, red cards, top scorers, plastic pitches, penalty shoot-outs, greatest away wins... It's all here! Which City players scored four or more goals in a game? Or in five or more consecutive matches? Which City player played cricket for England? It's all here!
Coventry City FC: A History in 50 Matches (Classic Matches)
Jonathan Strange, a life-long devotee of Coventry City, here puts together an account of fifty memorable games. The games are placed not only in footballing but social contexts, players come alive, the action is described without recourse to cliche or boring paraphrase. The book is a model of what an intelligent and thoughtful commentator can make of even the most intractable material.
Recommended Coventry City Replica Kit and Merchandise
Coventry City Rug
This official Coventry City FC rug comes in dazzling colours and a wipe clean finish. Ideal for all Sky Blue Dudes..!Available in one size to suit most environments.Size: 80cm x 120cm
Highfield Road was the home ground for Coventry City until the club moved to the Ricoh Arena after the 2004-05 season. It was built in 1899 in the Hillfields district, close to the city centre, and staged its final game on 30 April 2005. It was demolished in January 2006. The site of the stadium is being regenerated to provide housing on the areas which were originally the car parks and stands. The area which was the playing surface will be relaid with grass so that the youth of the area can continue the tradition of playing football on that space.