Podcast 173: Winning At Dominoes 4 – The Almost Complete Story of Stamford Bridge
“You’ve got no history”, they sing, but they couldn’t be more wrong. Stamford Bridge is one of the most storied football grounds in the country, and the battle to save it, in an area in which real estate prices are astronomical, has been one of the definiing characteristics of Chelsea Football Club for the last few decades. This week, we’ve got the story of Stamford Bridge, from its builders having the biggest stadium in London and no-one to use it to the twenty-first century and the club’s ongoing battles to make the site commercially viable.
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