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A Fans Guide to the Football Grounds of England, Scotland, Wales, Republic Of Ireland & Northern Ireland
A Fans Guide to the Football Grounds of England, Scotland, Wales, Republic Of Ireland & Northern Ireland

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Photos of the Blackwell Meadows ground the new home of Darlngton FC added to the Football Ground Guide: http://www.footballgroundguide.com/darlington-blackwell-meadows.html 
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Some additional photos of the old Sealand Road football ground, the former home of Chester City FC added to the Old Grounds Section:

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Ninian Park the former home of Cardiff City has been added to the Old Grounds Section with more photos and details. What are you memories of Ninian Park? www.footballgroundguide.com/ninian-park-cardiff-city.html

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Stoke City FC have announced that they are to commence with increasing the capacity of the bet365 Stadium to over 30,000.

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Good news as Millwall Football Club are no longer facing the threat of losing land around the Den ground, which may have forced the club to move. As Lewisham Council have abandoned compulsory purchase order plans. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-38732925
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New photos of Vale Park the home of Port Vale FC added to the Football Ground Guide: http://www.footballgroundguide.com/vale-park-port-vale.html

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The new proposed new stadium for Grimsby Town FC looks mightily impressive from this artists drawing of how it might look, that was released recently:
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AFC Bournemouth announce intention to leave the Vitality Stadium and build a new football ground: 

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New photos of Hartsdown Park the home of Margate FC added to the Football Ground Guide: http://www.footballgroundguide.com/margate-hartsdown-park.html
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It is going to be called Pride Park once again, as Derby County end iPro Stadium Sponsorship http://bit.ly/2gbHSmV
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