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Memorial Ground Stadium Fine Art - Bristol Rovers Football Club Featured Bristol Rovers Print

Memorial Ground Stadium Fine Art - Bristol Rovers Football Club

The Memorial Stadium, also commonly known by its previous name of the Memorial Ground, is a sports ground in Bristol, England. It opened in 1921 dedicated to the memory of local rugby union players killed during the First World War,[2] and was the home of Bristol Rugby until they moved to Ashton Gate in 2014. It is currently the home stadium of Bristol Rovers F.C., who moved there in 1996

© Sports Stadia Art Ltd

League Division Two - Bristol City - Ashton Gate, Bristol Featured Bristol Rovers Print

League Division Two - Bristol City - Ashton Gate, Bristol

Joining Bristol Rovers in League Division Two will be Bristol City, the Third Division (South) Champions. (l-r Back row) Wilf Copping (trainer), Arthur Milton, Ivor Gut, Bob Anderson, John Atyeo, Cyril Williams and Michael Thresher. (l-r Front) Ernie Peacock, Jim Rogers, Captain Jack White, Tommy Burden and Jack Boxley

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New Brighton - 1924/5 Featured Bristol Rovers Print

New Brighton - 1924/5

Football - 1924 / 1925 season - New Brighton Team Group
Back (left to right): Director, Matthew Max Reid, A. Watson (trainer), Evans, Joseph Bert Mehaffy, Jones, Harold Harry Gee (also Burnley and Exeter), Harry Hird (Reserve - also Bury and Blackpool), Director.
Front: Ernest Ernie Whitter, Mathieson, Jonah Joe Wilcox (also Bristol City, Bradford Park Avenue, Bristol Rovers, Queens Park Rangers and Gillingham), Peter Kelly (also Notts County), Eugene Gene Carney (also Rochdale and Reading), John Jack Reid

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