eBook The Groundtastic guide to the Eagle Bitter United Counties League download
by Vince Taylor
Author: Vince Taylor
Publisher: Groundtastic (2001)
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Published in October 2001, this was our third League Guide and featured the 41 grounds that made up the Eagle Bitter United Counties .
Published in October 2001, this was our third League Guide and featured the 41 grounds that made up the Eagle Bitter United Counties League. The format is enlarged to 80 pages and each club gets a two-page spread including two ground photos, club info and travel directions.
Groundtastic is a quarterly magazine published in the United Kingdom about football grounds. The magazine was first published in March 1995 by Paul Claydon, Vince Taylor and Jon Weaver. Although largely focussed on football grounds in the United Kingdom, it also features stadiums from around the world. Its articles cover the construction and renovation of grounds, as well as detailing football ground histories. The magazine has an annual award for best new non-League ground of the year.
The Football Grounds Magazine ww. roundtastic. Running to more than 200 pages, THE CEMETERY END will feature all the notable grounds and stands lost in Britain in the last 25 years (mirroring the 25 years that the magazine has been in print). Further details will be released in due course, but the plan is to publish the book shortly after GT100 comes out (on 1 March 2020).
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Ilkeston Town, Caledonian Grounds, Oldest League Grounds, Farewell .
Ilkeston Town, Caledonian Grounds, Oldest League Grounds, Farewell The Dell, Rugby Town, Wembley Fiasco, Lost Stands of East Anglia, Cardiff City, Ashton United, Chesterfield, Telford United, Trinity Road Stand, Fellows Park, New Scottish League clubs, Vale of Leven, Welsh Nostalgia - page 3. Groundtastic GT24 - Page 38. Floodlights : Ashton United - Then & Now Groundtastic reminisces about Hurst Cross. Ashton United Then & Now A shton United’s historic Hurst Cross ground received a reprieve last year when plans by Tameside Council plan to build a new stadium to accommodate both United and their neighbours Curzon Ashton were shelved.
The United Counties League (also known after its sponsor as the Uhlsport United Counties League) is an English football league covering Northamptonshire, Rutland and Bedfordshire.
The United Counties League (also known after its sponsor as the Uhlsport United Counties League) is an English football league covering Northamptonshire, Rutland and Bedfordshire, as well as parts of Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk. It had a total of four divisions, two for first teams and two for reserve teams, but the reserves' divisions were merged into a single division for the 2013–14 season and remains so at present.
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