Athletic Ground

[Cobridge] The Athletic Ground was a football stadium, located in Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent and home to Port Vale for 27 years, hosting twelve Football League seasons. It was located opposite the church on Waterloo Road, directly on the Hanley and Burslem tram line. The seven-acre site was obtained from the Sandbach Charity on a 21-year leas...
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Athletic Ground

[Aberdare] The Athletic Ground, also known as the Ynys Stadium, was a mixed sports venue in Aberdare, Wales, which was predominantly used for football. It was the home of Aberdare Athletic, who were members of the Football League between 1921 and 1927. ==History== The ground was opened in 1893 as the home of Aberdare Town, who later became ...
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Athletic Ground

[Loughborough] The Athletic Ground was a football ground in Loughborough in England. It was the home ground of Loughborough F.C. between 1886 and 1900. ==History== The Athletic Ground was initially used for cricket until Loughborough F.C. started using it for football after their establishment in 1886. The ground was located behind the Grey...
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