WELFORD ROAD

- Home of Leicester Tigers

- Since 1892

(Art work completed February 2020)

 

This print captures the iconic Crumbie Stand at Leicester Tigers' Welford Road. Welford Road was originally opened in 1892 on Aylestone Road in Leicester. The ground has been developed numerous times down the decades but the Crumbie Stand is the largest nod towards the past having been erected in 1920, shortly before eat Members Stand opposite.

 

 

 

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Welford Road - Leicester Tigers

£20.00Price
  • BURNDEN PARK

    - Home of Bolton Wanderers

    - Between 1895 - 1997

    (Art work completed July 2019)

    This print of Bolton Wanderers' Burnden Park is a timely reminder of the club as it once was. Bolton plied their trade at Burden Park from 1895 until 1997 prior to moving to the Reebok Stadium with Burnden Park eventually demolished in 1999. 

    I visited Burnden Park as a travelling Notts County fans in the late 80's and would later visit the Reebok in the early 2000's. The unique features of Burnden Park will live much longer in my memory and that of every Bolton fan who was ever fortunate enough to call it their home.