Football stadiums come and go.
Here's a fond look back at some of London's lost and old football stadiums, including the old Wembley; Wimbledon FC's former home in Plough Lane; Charlton Athletic's Valley Stadium; and the infamous old Den, where the Millwall roar was born.
Wembley Stadium in the 1950s. Source Old London Wembley stadium, 1930 Source Old London Wembley stadium, 1948. Source Old London Wembley stadium, 1923. Source Old London The R101 airship flying over Arsenal's Highbury stadium. 1929 Source Old London Wembley stadium, 1947. Source Old London Arsenal vs Manchester United, 1926, at Highbury Source Old Pics Archive Arsenal at Highbury in 1920. Source Fourfourtwo Highbury. Source Fourfourtwo Highbury. Source Fourfourtwo QPR's National Athletic Ground. Source Newsshopper The old Crystal Palace stadium. Source Newsshopper Arsenal's old Manor Ground in Woolwich when they were called Woolwich Arsenal. Source Newsshopper The remains of the stands at the Invicta Ground, home of Royal Woolwich Arsenal FC. Source Deserter Plough Lane, the old home ground of Wimbledon Football Club, from September 1912 until May 1991. Source Whoateallthepies Millwall FC's old Den, where the famous Millwall Roar was born. Source 7windmills Millwall FC's old Den ground opened in 1910 and was the home of the team for 83 years. Source 7windmills The Old Den was the fifth football stadium occupied by Millwall FC in Cold Blow Lane, New Cross. Source 7windmills The last league game at Millwall FC's old Den. Source 7windmills Croydon Common Athletic Ground, commonly referred to as The Nest, was the home ground of Crystal Palace FC from 1918 until 1924. Source Cpfc The Nest, the former home of Crystal Palace FC. Source Cpfc Underhill Stadium, home to Barnet FC until 2013. Source Betstudy Highbury, the old Arsenal Stadium. Source Ladytubedriver The East Terrace at Charlton Athletic's The Valley Stadium in 1986. Source Old Football Grounds
Knocking down The Old Wembley Stadium. Source Hidden London
Last Updated 07 March 2017