Reading football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the Madejski stadium. Great books about current and former Reading players and Reading managers and the history of Reading football club.
Top recommended books include Reading Official Yearbook, The Greatest Footballer You Never Saw: Robin Friday Story, Moments of Glory: Story of Football in Reading plus many more in the Reading online bookshop
Click here for directions to the Madejski Stadium, where to park near the ground and recommended pubs and places to eat and visit near the Madejski Stadium.
Recommended Reading Books
The Little Book of Reading FC
Focusing on the many quirky tales and incidents that have befallen the club throughout the years - from their highly publicised Premier League days right back to early amateur days in Victorian England - the author's eye for the obscure has amused and amazed Reading fans for over 30 years in the club's matchday programmes. Now, for the first time, these tales and events are brought together in one absorbing book.
The Greatest Footballer You Never Saw: Robin Friday Story (Mainstream Sport)
Robin Friday was an exceptional footballer who should have played for England. He never did. Robin Friday was a brilliant player who could have played in the top flight. He never did. Why? Because Robin Friday was a man who would not bow down to anyone, who refused to take life seriously and who lived every moment as if it were his last
A Decade of Dreams: Reading Football Club's First 10 Years at Madejski Stadium
Reading Football Club's relocation to Madejski Stadium in 1998 heralded the start of a new era for the previously underachieving Berkshire club. As they left the beloved but ramshackle old Elm Park, Reading FC started the process that led to their historic ascent to the Premier League in 2006.The stadium was made possible by the man after whom it was named, John Madejski - the club's chairman since 1990.
Reading Between the Lines: A Season of Dreams
When Reading won promotion to the Premiership in 2006, most critics expected them to go straight back down. Surely these small-town pretenders could never mix it with the big-money aristocrats of the world's toughest league? But the Royals proved the critics wrong in thrilling style - finishing just outside the European placings in an amazing, triumphant 2007.