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British Football Grounds [2]

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British Football Grounds 2 game quiz
"Think you know your UK Football stadiums? Come and test yourself."

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit  

1. Between August 2000 and August 2007, England played their home games at numerous club grounds due to the demolition and rebuilding of Wembley. Which of these stadiums did *not* host an England game in that period?
    Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough)
    St Andrews' (Birmingham City)
    Pride Park (Derby County)
    Portman Road (Ipswich Town)

2. Which of the following grounds did not host games during the 1966 World Cup?
    Old Trafford (Manchester United)
    St James' Park (Newcastle United)
    Hillsborough (Sheffield Wednesday)
    Villa Park (Aston Villa)

3. Which of the following grounds did not host games during the 1996 European Championships?
    Elland Road (Leeds United)
    Goodison Park (Everton)
    The City Ground (Nottingham Forest)
    St James' Park (Newcastle United)

4. Where did Leicester City play their home games before moving to the Walkers Stadium?
    Burnden Park
    The Manor Ground
    Filbert Street
    The Victoria Ground

5. You're standing in Borough Road. Which ground are you next to?
    Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough)
    Vicarage Road (Watford)
    Withdean Stadium (Brighton & Hove Albion)
    Prenton Park (Tranmere Rovers)

6. Which club's former ground included the Fulwell End?
    Middlesbrough (Ayresome Park)
    Sunderland (Roker Park)
    Huddersfield Town (Leeds Road)
    Derby County (The Baseball Ground)

7. The home gorund of Milton Keynes Dons is commonly known as Denbigh Stadium. What is its official name?
    MK Arena
    Mk e-bowl

8. If you were watching a game at Fir Park, which team would be at home?
    Partick Thistle

9. This Premiership stadium originally opened in 1882, but underwent major reconstruction in the 1990s and 2000s. What is the stadium?
    St James' Park (Newcastle United)
    Old Trafford (Manchester United)
    Anfield (Liverpool)
    Ewood Park (Blackburn Rovers)

10. You would get off the train at Northumberland Park station if you were visiting which stadium?
    White Hart Lane (Tottenham Hotspur)
    Shielfield Park (Berwick Rangers)
    St James' Park (Newcastle United)
    Emirates Stadium (Arsenal)

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