Moving the Goalposts

Looking at Scottish football grounds over the years

Photo of the Week 2017

1st August 2017

Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy.


9July 2017

Rosyth Juniors coming out, second last game ever  at Recreation Park, May 2017.


25 June 2017

Olympiastadion, Munich. Home of the 1974 World Cup and FC Bayern until 2005.


9 June 2017

Ewood Park, home of Blackburn Rovers

P1010623a23 May 2017

Main stand at Albion Rovers, Cliftonhill.

P10300346 May 2017

Full time at Duncansfield, Kilsyth. Kilsyth Rangers 2 Bonnyrigg Rose 2


26 April 2017

Goodison Park from the new stand at Anfield


16 April 2017

Fivepenny, home of Ness FC, Isle of Lewis


29 March 2017

Full house at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium as Inverness Caley Thistle play their first ever European match against Astra Giurgiu.

IMG_068617 March 2017

Benfica – Estádio da Luz. Opened in 2003 at a cost of €118.7.


6 March 2017

Bob Paisley Memorial, Hetton-le-Hole, County Durham

p102076815 February 2017

The Oval, Belfast. Home of Glentoran.


7 February 2017

Easter Road, home of Hibernian


29 January 2017

The pie ladies at Links Park, Montrose. Taken in 2010 at a Scottish Cup tie v Whitehill Welfare.


23rd January 2017

Looking across Stanley Park to Anfield as Liverpool’s new Main Stand takes shape in October 2015.


8th January 2017

The Allianz Arena, Munich, which is clad with 2,874 foil panels. The stadium is red in the photo because Bayern will be playing. When it’s 1860’s turn the whole stadium turns blue.


2nd January 2017

Football in the Faroe Islands. League leaders KÍ Klaksvík training on a Saturday morning at their Djúpumýra stadium, for their match against HB in Tórshavn the following day.


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