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Images Dated 2019 July

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Choose from 34 pictures in our Images Dated 2019 July collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Camp Nou Stadium Fine Art - FC Barcelona Featured July Print

Camp Nou Stadium Fine Art - FC Barcelona

Camp Nou (Catalan pronunciation: [?kam?n?w], meaning new field, often referred to in English as the Nou Camp)[3][4] is the home stadium of FC Barcelona since its completion in 1957.
With a seating capacity of 99,354,[5] it is the largest stadium in Spain and Europe, and the third largest football stadium in the world in capacity. It has hosted two European Cup/Champions League finals in 1989 and 1999, two UEFA Cup Winners' Cup finals, four Inter-Cities Fairs Cup final games, five UEFA Super Cup final games, four Copa del Rey finals, two Copa de la Liga final games, twenty-one Supercopa de Espa?a final games, five matches including the opening game of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, two out of four matches at the 1964 European Nations' Cup and the football competition final at the 1992 Summer Olympics

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Tannadice Park Stadium Fine Art - Dundee United Football Club Featured July Print

Tannadice Park Stadium Fine Art - Dundee United Football Club

Tannadice Park, usually referred to as Tannadice, is a football stadium in Dundee, Scotland. It is the home ground of Dundee United F.C., who have played at Tannadice since the club was founded as Dundee Hibernian in 1909. The stadium has been all-seated since 1994 and has a capacity of 14,223.[1] It is located only 200 yards (180 m) from Dundee F.C.'s stadium, Dens Park; the two are the closest senior football grounds in the UK.
The ground was previously known as Clepington Park, and was used by a number of local teams in the 19th century. It was the home of Dundee Wanderers F.C. from 1894 until 1909, including their single season in membership of the Scottish Football League (1894?95). The name of the ground was changed to Tannadice when Dundee Hibernian took over the lease in 1909

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Meadow Lane Stadium Fine Art - Notts County Football Club Featured July Print

Meadow Lane Stadium Fine Art - Notts County Football Club

Meadow Lane Stadium is a football stadium in Nottingham, England. It is the home ground of Notts County, who have played there since 1910. The stadium was also home to Notts County Ladies F.C. from 2014 until 2017.
It currently has an all-seated capacity of 18,816 for National League games. The record attendance is 47,310, who watched Notts lose 1?0 to York City in the FA Cup Sixth Round on 12 March 1955.[2]
Meadow Lane lies just three hundred yards (270 metres) away from the City Ground, home of Nottingham Forest. The two grounds are the closest in England and the second-closest in the United Kingdom after the grounds of Dundee and Dundee United. The Trent End of the City Ground is visible from parts of the Jimmy Sirrel stand and the Spion Kop

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