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Crystal Palace Athletics Stadium 24406_016 Featured Crystal Palace Print

Crystal Palace Athletics Stadium 24406_016

NATIONAL SPORTS CENTRE, Crystal Palace Park, London. The National Sports Centre opened in 1964 as the home of UK athletics. The stadium has a capacity of 15, 500 but can be expanded to 24, 000 with temporary seating. It was superceded as the premier UK athletics stadium by the 2012 Olympic Stadium. From the 1860s Crystal Palace Park has had an illustrious sporting history, having hosted top class football, rugby, cricket and grand prix motor racing until the early years of the 20th century

© Historic England

Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners Featured Crystal Palace Print

Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1910 / 1911 season - Bradford City Team Group
1911 FA Cup Winners.
Beat Newcastle Utd 1-0 in a replay at Old Trafford after 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace.
Goalscorer: Speirs (received the Military Medal during the 1st World War. Killed in the battle of Paschendale in Aug 1917. Gained one Scotland cap)
Back (left to right): Peter O'Rourke (manager), Robert Bob Torrance, Frank O'Rourke (1 Scotland cap), vMark Mellors, James Jimmy McDonald, Archibald Archie Devine (1 Scotland cap), C. Harper (trainer).
Sitting: Wiliam Willie Gildea, Robert Bob Campbell, James Jimmy Speirs, George Robinson, David Taylor, Francis Frank Thompson (12 Ireland caps).
On Ground: Peter Logan and Richard Dickie Bond (8 England Caps)

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Irish League XI - 1914 Featured Crystal Palace Print

Irish League XI - 1914

Football - 1914 / 1915 season - Football League 2 Irish League 1
The Irish League team group before the game at The Hawthorns on 7/10/14.
Back (left to right): A. A. Jackson (referee), Thomas Chambers, R. Nixon (Linfield), J. H. Adams (President), Sammy Burmison (Distillery and Bradford Park Avenue), J. Grant Esq, Walter Scott (Shelbourne), Paddy McCann (Belfast Celtic and Glentoran), Doctor Gray, J. Ferguson (IFA Secretary), A. Totton, Mr Mchaffey.
Sitting: Torrans (trainer), Johnny McDonnell (Bohemians), Robert McCracken (Belfast Distillery, Crystal Palace and Portadown), George Kay (Captain) Distillery, Billy Emerson (Glentoran, Burnley and Linfield), D. McNeill (Linfield and Distillery).
Ground: David Davy Lyner (Glentoran, Manchester United, Kilmarnock and New Brighton), McEwan (Linfield), Ferrett (Glentoran)

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