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Football Collection (page 5)

"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: Captive Audience

Captive Audience
US evangelist Billy Graham addresses a crowd of football supporters at Stamford Bridge, London, during half-time at the match between Chelsea and Newcastle United

Background imageFootball Collection: A Spot of Bother Ayresome Park Middlesbrough. March 1973

A Spot of Bother Ayresome Park Middlesbrough. March 1973 1973

Background imageFootball Collection: Adams Park Art - Wycombe Wanderers

Adams Park Art - Wycombe Wanderers
Watercolour of Adams Park, home of Wycombe Wanderers F.C. 1990 - current day. Stadium capacity 10, 000. Original Painting size 20" x 16" by Kevin Fletcher

Background imageFootball Collection: Sincil Bank, Lincoln EAW684974

Sincil Bank, Lincoln EAW684974
SINCIL BANK, Lincoln. Home of Lincoln City Football Club - The Imps. Photographed in April 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Hillsborough, Sheffield EAW640726

Hillsborough, Sheffield EAW640726
HILLSBOROUGH Stadium, Sheffield. Aerial view of the home of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club. Photographed in 1995 - in May Trevor Francis was sacked when the Owls finished only 13th in

Background imageFootball Collection: Ewood Park, Blackburn EAW639686

Ewood Park, Blackburn EAW639686
EWOOD PARK, Blackburn. Aerial view of the home of Blackburn Rovers FC since 1890. Photographed in 1995. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: City Ground and Meadow Lane, Nottingham EAW639030

City Ground and Meadow Lane, Nottingham EAW639030
CITY GROUND and MEADOW LANE Nottingham. Aerial view of the homes of Nottingham Forest FC and (across the River Trent) Notts County FC. Photographed in 1995. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Wembley Stadium 18315_07

Wembley Stadium 18315_07
WEMBLEY STADIUM, London. An aerial view of the old sports ground in 1999. Wembley played host to several matches including the final of the 1966 football World Cup

Background imageFootball Collection: Charlton Athletic FC 1972

Charlton Athletic FC 1972 Back row Mick Flannigan, Alan Clarke, Mick Jones, John Dunn, Bob Curtis Middle. Dave Shipperley, Dick Plumb, Bob Hunt Peter Reeves, Denis Bond

Background imageFootball Collection: Stoke City players with the League Cup 1972

Stoke City players with the League Cup 1972
Stoke City players on an open top bus with the League Cup 1972 Gordon Banks, left

Background imageFootball Collection: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - Memorial Stadium, University

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - Memorial Stadium, University of Minnesota. Date: 1939

Background imageFootball Collection: Chesterfield, Football, Football League, League 2, Season 2017 / 18, Sky Bet League 2

Chesterfield, Football, Football League, League 2, Season 2017 / 18, Sky Bet League 2
Dominic Gape of Wycombe Wanderers scores the goal that gives Wycombe promotion to league one during the Sky Bet League 2 match between Chesterfield and Wycombe Wanderers at the b2net stadium

Background imageFootball Collection: Little Herbert, Sheffield Wednesday football club mascot, c. 1900

Little Herbert, Sheffield Wednesday football club mascot, c. 1900
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: t08278

Background imageFootball Collection: Huddersfield Town FC football team 1922-1923

Huddersfield Town FC football team 1922-1923
Huddersfield Town FC football team c 1922-1923. Back row: Walter, Wood, Slade, Cowell, Barkas, Brough. Smith. Third row: Chaplin (Trainer), Marlow, Stentiford, Wilson, Goodier, Goodall, Cawthorne

Background imageFootball Collection: World-Cup-1930-Poster

World-Cup-1930-Poster
Official poster of the first Football World Championship that took place in Uruguay in 1930. AFP PHOTO /

Background imageFootball Collection: Fratton Park EAW068746

Fratton Park EAW068746
Fratton Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Photographed in July 1957. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageFootball Collection: The Hawthorns Stadia Art - West Bromwich Albion

The Hawthorns Stadia Art - West Bromwich Albion
Oil painting of The Hawthorns, home of West Bromwich Albion F.C. 1900 - current day. Capacity 26, 272. Original painting size 22" x 18" created in 2012 by D.J.Rogers

Background imageFootball Collection: Skeleton playing rugby

Skeleton playing rugby. Computer enhanced X- ray of a skeleton running with a rugby ball

Background imageFootball Collection: Edgar Street, Hereford AFL03_Aerofilms_613749

Edgar Street, Hereford AFL03_Aerofilms_613749
EDGAR STREET, Hereford. Home of Hereford United Football Club - The Lilywhites. Photographed in September 1992. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Wolves Official Team Photo 2009 / 2010

Wolves Official Team Photo 2009 / 2010
Wolves Official Team Photo 2009/2010

Background imageFootball Collection: Territorial Army Poster

Territorial Army Poster
A recruiting poster for the Territorial Army, highlighting that sporting pursuits need not be sacrificed to join - in fact they are actually strongly encouraged!

Background imageFootball Collection: Stoke City Football Club

Stoke City Football Club
STOKE CITY. A picture of the team from 1877

Background imageFootball Collection: Everton Football Team

Everton Football Team
EVERTON Everton Football Club, 1st Team, 1905 - 1906 Season

Background imageFootball Collection: West Brom Football Team

West Brom Football Team
WEST BROMWICH ALBION The team that beat Preston North End in the FA Cup Final at Kennington Oval, March 24th 1888, by 2-1

Background imageFootball Collection: Broadfield Stadium - Crawley Town FC

Broadfield Stadium - Crawley Town FC
The Broadfield Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Crawley, England. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Crawley Town F.C

Background imageFootball Collection: Aston Villa v Sunderland, 1893 (colour litho)

Aston Villa v Sunderland, 1893 (colour litho)
NFM315008 Aston Villa v Sunderland, 1893 (colour litho) by Hemy, Thomas Marie Madawaska (1852-1937) (after); National Football Museum, Manchester, UK; eNational Football Museum; English

Background imageFootball Collection: Kenny Dalglish salutes the Kop after Liverpool clinched the league

Kenny Dalglish salutes the Kop after Liverpool clinched the league 1979

Background imageFootball Collection: Stockport County F. C. 1978

Stockport County F. C. 1978
Stockport County 1978 Back row D Loadwick, T Park, P Fletcher, M Rogan, B Daniels,s Massey, E Prudham Front Row K Fogarty, P Halford, P Jackson, A Thompson, G Smith, J Rutter, T Morin

Background imageFootball Collection: Teddy bear playing football

Teddy bear playing football. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageFootball Collection: Liverpool FC football team 1932-1933

Liverpool FC football team 1932-1933
Liverpool FC football team, 1932-1933 season. Date: 1932-1933

Background imageFootball Collection: Dulwich Hamlet FC football team 1936

Dulwich Hamlet FC football team 1936. Back row: Stollery (Trainer), Benka, Morrish, Toser, Cummings, Woolgor, Robbins (Captain), Jonas (Honorary Secretary)

Background imageFootball Collection: Old Trafford 33160_037

Old Trafford 33160_037
OLD TRAFFORD, Greater Manchester. Aerial view 2017. Stadium home of Manchester United Football Club

Background imageFootball Collection: Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson Celebrate In Front Of Fans

Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson Celebrate In Front Of Fans
A part colour, part black and white photo of Jermaine Beckford and Daniel Johnson celebrating their success in front of PNE fans at Wembley Preston North End Play-Off Final v Swindon Town

Background imageFootball Collection: McCain Stadium, Scarborough EAW666171

McCain Stadium, Scarborough EAW666171
MCCAIN STADIUM, Scarborough. Home of Scarborough Football Club - The Seadogs - until the club was wound up in 2007. Photographed in May 2007. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Stamford Bridge, Chelsea AFL03_aerofilms_a80038

Stamford Bridge, Chelsea AFL03_aerofilms_a80038
STAMFORD BRIDGE STADIUM, London. Aerial view. Home of Chelsea Football Club since 1905. Photographed in May 1960. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageFootball Collection: Football 24394_047

Football 24394_047
HACKNEY MARSHES, London. Aerial view of football games in progress

Background imageFootball Collection: Millwall players training with a ballet dancer 1964

Millwall players training with a ballet dancer 1964
Millwall footballers, LtoR, Keith Beswich, Tommy Wilson, Alex Stepney, Andy Donnelly and Denis John being taught balance and other exercises by ballet teacher and cabaret dancer Doreen Hermitage

Background imageFootball Collection: The Old Den - Millwall FC

The Old Den - Millwall FC
The Old Den (known while in use as the Den) was the fifth football stadium occupied by Millwall F.C. in Cold Blow Lane, New Cross

Background imageFootball Collection: Madejski Stadium - Reading FC

Madejski Stadium - Reading FC
The Madejski Stadium (currently named the Select Car Leasing Stadium for sponsorship reasons) is a football stadium in Reading. It is the home of Reading Football Club, who play in EFL League One

Background imageFootball Collection: Sheffield Wednesday Cup Final Team 1935

Sheffield Wednesday Cup Final Team 1935
Group photo, Sheffield Wednesday Cup Final Team, 27 April 1935. Back row: Irwin (Trainer), Sharp, Millership, Nibloe, Brown, Catlin, Burrows, Walker (Secretary-Manager)

Background imageFootball Collection: Scotland Celebrates Penalty Save vs. Serbia in Euro 2020 Qualifier

Scotland Celebrates Penalty Save vs. Serbia in Euro 2020 Qualifier
BELGRADE, SERBIA - NOVEMBER 12: Scotlands players celebrate after David Marshall saves Aleksandar Mitrovi─çs penalty during the UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier between Serbia

Background imageFootball Collection: Ipswich Town FC 1961

Ipswich Town FC 1961 Back row l-r - John Compton, Bill Baxter, Roy Bailey, John Elsworthy, Larry Carberry. Front Row: Roy Stephenson, Doug Moran, Andy Nelson, Ray Crawford, Ted Phillips

Background imageFootball Collection: Raith Rovers FC 1957 / 58 season

Raith Rovers FC 1957 / 58 season
Raith Rovers FC 1957/58 season Back Row (L to R) Polland, Banks, Drummond, Youngs, McNaughton, and Leigh Front Row (L to R) McEwan Kerray, Williams, Kelly and Urquhart

Background imageFootball Collection: George Best in 1968

George Best in 1968
Footballer George Best leaning on the front gate of his digs in Chorlton in 1968

Background imageFootball Collection: Preston North End F. C. 1964

Preston North End F. C. 1964
Preston North End FC 1964 Standing: George Ross, John Donnelly, Alan Kendall, Brian Godfrey, John Barton, Alan Kelly, Tony Singleton, Ian Davidson, Jimmy Smith, W

Background imageFootball Collection: Tottenham Hotspur Team 1962 / 63, with FA Cup

Tottenham Hotspur Team 1962 / 63, with FA Cup
Tottenham Hotspur Team 1962/63, with FA Cup Back Row L-To-R: Peter Baker, Maurice Norman, Bill Brown, Bill Nicholson (Manager), Ron Henry and Dave Mackay Front Row: Terry Medwin, John White

Background imageFootball Collection: White City Estate, 1939 EPW062152

White City Estate, 1939 EPW062152
The London County Council White City Estate, Olympic Stadium and Loftus Road football ground, Shepherds Bush, London, from the south-west, 9th July 1939. Queens Park Rangers FC. QPR




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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.