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"Capturing the Essence of Football: A Journey through Iconic Stadiums and Artistic Tributes" From the majestic Ibrox Stadium Fine Art, home to Rangers Football Club

Background imageFootball Collection: Highbury Art - Arsenal

Highbury Art - Arsenal
Watercolour of Highbury, former home of Arsenal F.C. 1913 - 2006. Record Attendance 73, 295 v Sunderland 1935. Original Painting size 20" x 16" created in 1996 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: Craven Cottage Art - Fulham

Craven Cottage Art - Fulham
Oil painting of Craven Cottage, home of Fulham F.C. 1896 - current day. Stadium capacity 25, 700. Original painting size 20" x 16" created by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: DW Stadium Art - Wigan Athletic F. C

DW Stadium Art - Wigan Athletic F. C
Oil painting of the DW Stadium, home of Wigan Athletic F.C. and Wigan Warriors Rugby League Club, 1999 - current day. Stadium capacity 25, 133

Background imageFootball Collection: Aerial view of Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington

Aerial view of Husky Stadium, Seattle, Washington

Background imageFootball Collection: Anfield, Liverpool EAW256977

Anfield, Liverpool EAW256977
ANFIELD STADIUM, Liverpool. Aerial view of the home of Liverpool Football Club since 1892. Photographed in 1973. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Villa Park AFL03_aerofilms_684905

Villa Park AFL03_aerofilms_684905
VILLA PARK, Birmingham. Aerial view of the home of Aston Villa FC since 1897. Villa Park played host to Group 2 matches at the 1966 World Cup. Photographed in 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Goodison Park, Everton EAW655764

Goodison Park, Everton EAW655764
GOODISON PARK, Liverpool. Aerial view of the home of Everton FC since 1892. Photographed in 1996. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Baseball Ground, Derby AFL03_aerofilms_ac299441

Baseball Ground, Derby AFL03_aerofilms_ac299441
BASEBALL GROUND, Derby. Aerial view of the home of Derby County FC between 1894 and 1997. Photographed in 1975. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Anfield EAW673558

Anfield EAW673558
ANFIELD STADIUM, Liverpool. Aerial view. Home of Liverpool Football Club in 1998. Liverpool with Michael Owen finished 3rd in the Premiership that season. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Wembley Cup Final 1935 EPW046905

Wembley Cup Final 1935 EPW046905
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. An aerial view of the Wembley Cup Final 1935. A Metropolitan Police Autogyro (Cierva C-30) monitors security at the match between Sheffield Wednesday

Background imageFootball Collection: Aston Villa Fc

Aston Villa Fc
ASTON VILLA An early Team Picture

Background imageFootball Collection: Turf Moor Stadium Going to the Match - Burnley FC

Turf Moor Stadium Going to the Match - Burnley FC
Turf Moor is an association football stadium in Burnley, Lancashire, England, which has been the home of Burnley Football Club since 1883

Background imageFootball Collection: Huish Park Stadia Art - Yeovil Town

Huish Park Stadia Art - Yeovil Town
Oil painting of Huish Park, home of Yeovil Town F.C. - 1990 to current day. Capacity 5, 212. Original painting size 22" x18" and created in 2013 by DJ Rogers

Background imageFootball Collection: Vicarage Road Art - Watford

Vicarage Road Art - Watford
Watercolour of Vicarage Road, home of Watford F.C, 1922 - current day. Capacity 17, 477. Original painting created in 1996 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: Racecourse Ground Art - Wrexham

Racecourse Ground Art - Wrexham
Watercolour of the Racecourse Ground, home of Wrexham F.C. 1864 - current day. Capacity 10, 500. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 2002 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: Oakwell Art - Barnsley

Oakwell Art - Barnsley
Watercolour of Oakwell, home of Barnsley F.C. 1887 - current day. Capacity 23, 009. Original painting created in 1999 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: Griffin Park Stadia Art - Brentford

Griffin Park Stadia Art - Brentford
Oil painting of Griffin Park, home of Brentford F.C. 1904 - current day. Stadium capacity 12, 219. Original painting size 22" x 18", created in 2013 by D.J.Rogers

Background imageFootball Collection: Emirates Stadium Art - Arsenal

Emirates Stadium Art - Arsenal
Oil painting of Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal F.C. 2006 - current day. Stadium capacity 60, 361. Original painting size 22" x 18" created in 2012 by D.J.Rogers

Background imageFootball Collection: County Ground Art - Swindon Town

County Ground Art - Swindon Town
Watercolour painting of the County Ground, home of Swindon Town F.C. 1896 - current day. Stadium capacity 15, 728. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 1998 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: Carrow Road Art - Norwich City

Carrow Road Art - Norwich City
Watercolour of Carrow Road, home of Norwich City F.C. 1935 - current day. Stadium capacity 27, 220. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 1999 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: The Shay, Halifax EAW612794

The Shay, Halifax EAW612794
THE SHAY STADIUM, Halifax. Home of Halifax Town Football Club - The Shaymen. Photographed in August 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Manchester United Football Club Stadium, Old Trafford, Manchester, England

Manchester United Football Club Stadium, Old Trafford, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageFootball Collection: Victoria Ground, Stoke EAW612425

Victoria Ground, Stoke EAW612425
VICTORIA GROUND, Stoke-on-Trent. Aerial view of the former home of Stoke City Football Club. They moved to the Britannia Stadium in 1997

Background imageFootball Collection: Billy Wright Statue

Billy Wright Statue
The Statue of Billy Wright outside Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club

Background imageFootball Collection: Emirates Stadium, Arsenal 24985_021

Emirates Stadium, Arsenal 24985_021
EMIRATES STADIUM, Arsenal, London. Aerial view. Opened in July 2006 as the replacement to Arsenal Football Clubs historic home at Highbury

Background imageFootball Collection: Emirates Stadium, Arsenal 24985_020

Emirates Stadium, Arsenal 24985_020
EMIRATES STADIUM, Arsenal, London. Aerial view. Opened in July 2006 as the replacement to Arsenal Football Clubs historic home at Highbury

Background imageFootball Collection: Griffin Park, Brentford EAW068145

Griffin Park, Brentford EAW068145
GRIFFIN PARK, Brentford. Aerial view of the home of " The Bees" since 1904. Photographed in 1957. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: English football players in team picture

English football players in team picture
Leading England football players, wearing a variety of shirts, line up for a team picture

Background imageFootball Collection: On A Dark Night, Deepdale Shines Bright

On A Dark Night, Deepdale Shines Bright
PNEs Deepdale shining bright thanks to the floodlights. Preston North End v Brentford SkyBet Championship match at Deepdale

Background imageFootball Collection: Arsenal Football Club team and officials 1950-1951

Arsenal Football Club team and officials 1950-1951
Arsenal Football Club team (FA Cup holders) and officials, season of 1950-1951 (names below the photo). Date: 1950-1951

Background imageFootball Collection: Ricoh Arena - Coventry City Football Club

Ricoh Arena - Coventry City Football Club
Painting of the Ricoh Arena, home of Coventry City FC, 2005 - Current Day.Capacity 32, 609. Original painting created by Brian Casey

Background imageFootball Collection: Upton Park Art - West Ham United

Upton Park Art - West Ham United
Watercolour(B&W) of Upton Park, home of West Ham United F.C. 1904 - current day. Capacity 35, 016. Original painting created in 2001 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: The Den Art - Millwall

The Den Art - Millwall
Watercolour of The Den, home of Millwall F.C. 1993 - current day. Capacity 20, 146. Original painting size 20" x 16" created in 2000 by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: K C Stadium Art - Hull City FC

K C Stadium Art - Hull City FC
Oil painting of the KC Stadium, home of Hull City A.F.C.& Hull F.C. 2002 - current day. Capacity 25, 586. Original painting size 22" x 18" created in 2013 by D.J.Rogers

Background imageFootball Collection: Play the Game Football book cover

Play the Game Football book cover
Front cover of a book depicting a young boy kicking a football on the front cover. Date: c.1941

Background imageFootball Collection: Metropolitan Police B Division on duty for football match

Metropolitan Police B Division on duty for football match
Officers of the Metropolitan Police B Division on duty for a football match between Fulham FC and West Ham United FC Reserves, competing for the Combination Cup

Background imageFootball Collection: World Cup 1966 Front Cover

World Cup 1966 Front Cover
Front cover of The Illustrated London News. Victory for the England football team. Bobby Moore passing the World Cup trophy to team manager

Background imageFootball Collection: Feethams, Darlington EAC615726

Feethams, Darlington EAC615726
FEETHAMS STADIUM, Darlington. Home of Darlington Football Club - The Quakers. Photographed in October 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Bescot Stadium, Walsall EAC685047

Bescot Stadium, Walsall EAC685047
BESCOT STADIUM, Walsall. Home of Walsall Football Club since 1990. Photographed in April 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Goldstone Ground, Brighton EAW613270

Goldstone Ground, Brighton EAW613270
GOLDSTONE GROUND, Brighton. The former home of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club. The Seagulls moved out in 1997. This photograph was taken in September 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Manor Ground, Oxford EAW614427

Manor Ground, Oxford EAW614427
MANOR GROUND, Oxford. Aerial view of the former home of Oxford United Football Club photographed in 1992. The Us moved to the Kassam Stadium in 2001. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers: Champions League Championship - Henry and Craddock Lift the Trophy

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Champions League Championship - Henry and Craddock Lift the Trophy
Karl Henry and Jody Craddock of Wolverhampton Wanderers lift the Coca Cola Football League Championship trophy

Background imageFootball Collection: Hull City Goalkeeper, 1900

Hull City Goalkeeper, 1900
Mitchell and Kenyon 113 Hull City Football 1900

Background imageFootball Collection: Highbury Stadium, Arsenal EAW243930

Highbury Stadium, Arsenal EAW243930
HIGHBURY STADIUM, London. Aerial view of the home of Arsenal Football Club since 1913. Photographed in 1972. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Fratton Park, Portsmouth EAW673843

Fratton Park, Portsmouth EAW673843
FRATTON PARK, Portsmouth. Aerial view of the home of Portsmouth FC photographed in 1998. Pompey. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Boothferry Park, Hull EAW612986

Boothferry Park, Hull EAW612986
BOOTHFERRY PARK, Hull. Aerial view. Home of Hull City FC between 1946 and 2002. Photographed in 1992. The Tigers took their place in the top flight of English football for the first time in August

Background imageFootball Collection: Baseball Ground, Derby AFL03_aerofilms_a242916

Baseball Ground, Derby AFL03_aerofilms_a242916
BASEBALL GROUND, Derby. Aerial view of the home of Derby County FC between 1894 and 1997. Photographed in 1972. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Football Stadium - Scotland - East Fife FC - Bayview Park

Football Stadium - Scotland - East Fife FC - Bayview Park
Bayview Park was a football stadium in the town of Methil, Fife, Scotland. It was the home ground of East Fife F.C. from their formation in 1903 until they moved to the new Bayview Stadium in 1998




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"Capturing the Essence of Football: A Journey through Iconic Stadiums and Artistic Tributes" From the majestic Ibrox Stadium Fine Art, home to Rangers Football Club, to the historic Elland Road Art honoring Leeds United's legacy, football transcends mere sport and becomes a work of art. In a moment frozen in time, Queen Elizabeth II presents Bobby Moore with the World Cup trophy—an image that epitomizes England's triumph on the global stage. The City Ground Art pays homage to Nottingham Forest's rich history, while Old Trafford Art stands as a testament to Manchester United's enduring success. Step back in time with an enchanting glimpse into Tottenham Hotspur football ground circa 1906—a reminder of how far this beloved game has come. St James Park Art celebrates Newcastle United's passionate fanbase and their unwavering support for their team. Even beyond the pitch, football inspires greatness. The Royal Navy recruitment poster showcases how this sport unites nations and instills values of teamwork and dedication. Delve into The Den Stadium Fine Art—home to Millwall Football Club—and feel the electric atmosphere that reverberates within its walls. Upton Park, West Ham is immortalized in art—a tribute to one of London's most iconic stadiums where dreams were made reality for countless players over decades. Film Poster for Bill Forsyths Gregorys Girl (1980) captures not only a story about love but also highlights how football intertwines with everyday life—bringing people together from all walks of life. London Road Art proudly represents Peterborough United—a symbol of community spirit and local pride that resonates throughout every match played there. Football goes beyond goals; it embodies passion, unity, and inspiration—the very essence captured by these artistic tributes scattered across stadiums worldwide.