Shrewsbury Town Fc Gay Meadow

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New Meadow, also known as Montgomery Waters Meadow for sponsorship purposes, is a stadium situated on the southern outskirts of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, between the districts of Meole Brace and Sutton Farm, and close to the A5.It serves the home ground of English football club Shrewsbury Town. It was completed in the summer of 2007, in time for the 2007-08 English football season, and was.

Photos of the old Gay Meadow Football Ground, Shrewsbury Town FC. The page also includes some historical facts about the football ground itself.

The Club's previous home, the picturesque Gay Meadow on the banks of the River Severn, was struggling to cope with the modern day requirements of housing.

Club: Shrewsbury Town FC | Opening: 2007 | Capacity: 9875 seats.

New Meadow, was built in 2007 to replace Shrewsbury's old Gay Meadow ground, which.

Gay Meadow – Shrewsbury Town. The Riverside Terrace & Station End. Looking Towards The Wakeman End. Main Stand. Record Attendance: 18,917 v Walsall, Division 3, April 26th, 1961.

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Shrewsbury Town's resident coracle was as much a part of Gay Meadow matchdays as hot pies and Bovril. And now the traditional boat used to.

Feb 24, 2012.

A new housing scheme is taking shape on land which used to be Shrewsbury Town FC's home ground of Gay Meadow.

The crowd at the Gay Meadow, the ground of Shrewsbury Town, endure freezing conditions for the Third Division (Northern) match between the Town and Darlington FC played on Saturday, December 30.

Boyd shooting for the stars – As the car pulled up alongside the team coach there was no one around; everyone had taken their seats for the long trip west to Shrewsbury.

sit on the bench at Gay Meadow, but knew his time.

Following an agreement with the copyright holder reproduced here is short film footage of a number of English and Scottish Football grounds taken during the 1979/1981 seasons. The original Cine.

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Shrewsbury Town FA Cup hero Nigel Jemson: We deserved Everton win – Shrewsbury manager Kevin Ratcliffe.

Jemson departed that summer after three years at the club. But Town’s match-winning hero knew that the Gay Meadow surface, renowned for struggling in winter.

Town moved to the Gay Meadow in 1910 and it would remain their home until 2007. The first competitive fixture played at the ground was against Wolves.

Gay Meadow was the home ground of Shrewsbury Town football club in Shropshire, England. Just outside the town centre, on the banks of the River Severn,

Gay Meadow was Shrewsbury Town's home from 1910 until 2007. Rewind to the 1910/11 season. A different era and a different way of life – but it was the same old problems facing Shrewsbury Town then as today. It was Town's first season at Gay Meadow and things had been going well.

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Home to Shrewsbury Town since the start of the 2007/08 season, the Montgomery Waters Meadow was the realisation of a long-term ambition to relocate the Club by Chairman Roland Wycherley. The Club's previous home, the picturesque Gay Meadow on the banks of the River Severn, was struggling to cope with the modern day requirements of housing a.

Gay Meadow was the home ground of Shrewsbury Town football club in Shropshire, England.Just outside the town centre, on the banks of the River Severn, it opened in 1910. The ground closed at the end of the 2006-07 Football League season and the club moved to a new stadium, provisionally titled The New Meadow, on the outskirts of the town. Local legend says that over 22,000 were inside the.

Liverpool FC beat Shrewsbury Town FC 0-4 in this FA Cup Fourth Round tie played at Gay Meadow, Shrewsbury on the 18th February 1996. The game began with one minutes silence in memory of Liverpool.

New Meadow, also known as Montgomery Waters Meadow for sponsorship purposes, is a stadium situated on the southern outskirts of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, between the districts of Meole Brace and Sutton Farm, and close to the A5. It serves the home ground of English football club Shrewsbury Town.

and was built to replace the Gay Meadow, Shrewsbury Town's home stadium.