Stuart Roy Clarke
Photographer

stuartroyclarke@homesoffootball.co.uk

+44 (0)7736 634 028

3rd
September
2014

“entrance to the old Den”

Millwall “Entrance to the old Den” year 1991 ©stuartroyclarke cat.0339

The club was repeatedly (more than any other) punished with Den-closure by authorities for ‘allowing’ crowd troubles. 1980′s plans to find a ‘new Den’ were partly in the hope of shedding the hooligan baggage.

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29th
August
2014

“mowing Roker & sunning oneself”

Sunderland “Mowing Roker & sunning oneself” year 1990 ©stuartroyclarke cat.0109

The groundsman prepares the pitch for the new season…though the end of football at Roker Park is just around the corner – the manicured pitch will be ripped up.
It shall be sold off, built upon with houses in streets named Promotion Close, Goalmouth Close, Clockstand Close, , Midfield Drive, Turnstile Mews…as well as Roker Park Close.
In its 1930′s heyday, 75,000 crowds were quite regular.

Also go to Campo Retro com http://bit.ly/1nVZJXm where I have more work on show AND you can buy SHIRTS evoking the era and the spirit of the age from whence my photos leap forth.

29th
August
2014

“swear it’s football”

Northampton Town “Swear it’s football” year 1990 ©stuartroyclarke cat.0148

The stage is set for the 4th division encounter between Town and Blackpool – who have both known what it’s like to be in the top Division.
The County Ground doubles up for football and cricket…possibly explaining the policy of politeness. In any case the crowd will be a small one.

Also go to Campo Retro com http://bit.ly/1nVZJXm where I have more work on show AND you can buy SHIRTS evoking the era and the spirit of the age from whence my photos leap forth.