name the team or the field from the turnstiles

  1. Turnstile 1

    Turnstile 1

    Let’s start with the Premier League. What ground does this domestic fan enter?

    1. Anfield

    2. Old Trafford

    3. City land

    4. Sainte Marie

  2. Which lower league ground are these away fans lining up to enter?

    1. Vale Park (Port Vale)

    2. Gander Greenway (Sutton)

    3. Wetherby Road (Harrogate town)

    4. The new lawn (forest green)

  3. These turnstiles are painted to match the team kit – but on what pitch?

    1. grass heath

    2. Glanford Park

    3. Villa Park

    4. Upton Park

  4. A long walk uphill from the gates to the pitch for fans of which northern club?

    1. Barnsley

    2. United Kingdom of Sheffield

    3. Doncaster Rovers

    4. City of Lincoln

  5. You’re heading to Europe now, and what superclub has these modern, minimalist barriers off its pitch?

    1. Juventus

    2. Bayern Munich

    3. Ajax

    4. real Madrid

  6. Staying on the continent – which Italian club plays on the other side of those doors?

    1. Hellas Verona

    2. Lecce

    3. Torino

    4. Parma

  7. Which pitch has this unusual configuration for away fans?

    1. Saint Andrew

    2. London road

    3. spotland

    4. Kenilworth Road

  8. It’s time to slightly increase the difficulty. Where is it?

    1. Abbey Stadium

    2. Rodney Parade

    3. Molineux

    4. KCom Stadium

  9. Good luck with this one. Which team is playing behind this door?

    1. Bournemouth

    2. Barnsley

    3. City of Bristol

    4. Brentford

  10. Another tough one, taken on a former Premier League ground. Which?

    1. Riverside Stadium

    2. Bet365 Stadium

    3. The valley

    4. Stage of Light

  11. A brief diversion for walking a dog – which stadium is in the background here?

    1. Emirates Stadium

    2. Riverside Stadium

    3. Stage of Light

    4. City land

  12. Which Ligue 2 club could call on this passer if they have to maintain a lead?

    1. Wheelbarrow

    2. Rochedale

    3. Town of Mansfield

    4. Hartlepool United

  13. An overhead shot of fans marching through an exterior turnstile. But who are they supporting?

    1. Inverness Caledonian Thistle

    2. crystal palace

    3. Dagenham and Redbridge

    4. Carlisle United

  14. Which team’s fans are gearing up for a night game here?

    1. City of Coventry

    2. The wanderers of Wycombe

    3. Dundee

    4. Le Havre

  15. One of the archives now, as fans line up to enter which stadium in 1923?

    1. Hampden Park

    2. Maine Road

    3. Wembley

    4. Rocker Park

  16. Here’s a fan being searched on his way to a Football League game – on what pitch?

    1. Banks Stadium

    2. The racetrack grounds

    3. sixfields

    4. valley parade

  17. Which London location is pictured here?

    1. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    2. Gtech Community Stadium

    3. London Stadium

    4. Wembley

  18. Finally, fans line up to enter the Turnstiles pub, a pre-match haunt next to what ground?

    1. Celtic park

    2. Home Park

    3. easter road

    4. Aviva Stadium

Solutions

1:A – The picture of Mo Salah on his scarf was a clue., 2:D – Currently in Ligue 1, Forest Green Rovers are a tricky trip – the nearest train station, Stroud, is eight kilometers away., 3:C – Aston Villa have been playing at Villa Park since 1897 – around the same time they changed their kits from blue and brown to the combination still seen today., 4:B – This is Bramall Lane, which opened in 1855 and predates the founding of United by 34 years., 5:B – This is the Allianz Arena, Bayern’s home since 2005., 6:D – This is the Stadio Ennio Tardini , built in 1923 and one of Italy’s oldest football grounds., 7:D – Aficionados of outdoor days will recognize Luton’s Oak Stand entrance, which passes through the middle of a row of houses., 8: C – This is Molineux Stadium, home of Wolves since 1889., 9:A – This is Vitality Stadium, the smallest ground in the Premier League., 10:B – This photo was taken during the meeting high-flying Stoke with Norwich in 2013., 11:C – It is the home of Sunderland – also known as Black C ats., 12:A – With a capacity of around 5,000, Holker Street is one of the smallest grounds in the Football League., 13:B – This is Selhurst Park, home of the Eagles since 1924., 14:B – Adams Park and the The stand pictured is named after the former captain and benefactor of the Chairboys, Frank Adams., 15: C – Over 200,000 fans descended on the FA Cup final, the first ever football match played at Wembley. Bolton beat West Ham 2-0 in the ‘white horse final’, although the police horse used to clear fans off the pitch, Billie, was actually grey., 16:D – He’s a Walsall supporter on the Bradford City pitch., 17:C – This welcoming sight can be seen at West Ham games., 18:A – That’s right. Cheers!

Sheet music

  1. 9 and above.

    Great job – sit behind the goal

  2. 5 and more.

    A siege-worthy effort (restricted view)

  3. 13 years and over.

    Fantastic effort – head to the executive boxes

  4. 0 and more.

    Unlucky – turned away at the door

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