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Maine Road was a large football stadium in Moss Side, Manchester, England. It was home to Manchester City F.C. from its construction in 1923 until 2003. The following season Manchester City relocated to the newly-built City of Manchester Stadium in east Manchester. The stadium was demolished in 2004.

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We're Not Really Here: Manchester City's Final Season at Maine Road

2003 is Manchester City’s 80th and final year at Maine Road. Award-winning photographer and lifelong City supporter, Kevin Cummins, has spent the last year documenting this historic event, enjoying the dramatic highs and suffering the heartbreaking lows that come hand in hand with a true fan’s devotion to his team. With unprecedented access on pitch and behind the scenes, We’re Not Really Here is a truly original insight into a Premiership club and its supporters. The honesty of Cummins’ photographs and his ability to capture the humanity of his subjects makes We’re Not Really Here both a social document and a fan’s keepsake. Players and supporters from across the Premiership are pictured, as much a part of the atmosphere of any vibrant stadium as the home fans and team themselves. On 11th May Manchester City played their last Premiership game at Maine Road. When the final whistle went an era ended for MCFC. Thanks to Kevin Cummins Maine Road will live on in more than just memories.

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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