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  1. #1

    Talking Vale 3rd - Highest Ground in UK

    Highest football ground

    West Brom is top of the table! Unfortunately for Baggies fans, it's a table showing the five highest football grounds in England and Wales.

    1 The Hawthorns, West Bromwich Albion - 552ft
    2 Boundary Park, Oldham Athletic - 526ft
    3 Vale Park, Port Vale - 520ft
    4 The Crown Ground, Accrington Stanley - 516ft
    5 Moss Rose, Macclesfield Town - 513ft

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    Someone missed out Buxton F.C at 1,000 ft above sea level. Until a couple of years ago I lived right opposite to it!

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    Nice to see us up there in the league!

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    West Brom doesn't get my attention for height, just for being a traffic nightmare area. Always a big mistake to leave Brum in that direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent1 View Post
    Highest football ground

    West Brom is top of the table! Unfortunately for Baggies fans, it's a table showing the five highest football grounds in England and Wales.

    1 The Hawthorns, West Bromwich Albion - 552ft
    2 Boundary Park, Oldham Athletic - 526ft
    3 Vale Park, Port Vale - 520ft
    4 The Crown Ground, Accrington Stanley - 516ft
    5 Moss Rose, Macclesfield Town - 513ft
    How high is Stoke's ground, it must be up there if you pardon the pun.

    As an aside I always enjoyed going to grounds that were built amid the rows and rows of terrace houses, when you came across the ground they appeared to rise like cathedrals from the earth. Villa Park was incredible, parking was a nightmare though.

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    We need a perspective - we are talking circa half way up the Eiffel Tower. Long way short of even Ben Nevis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    We need a perspective - we are talking circa half way up the Eiffel Tower. Long way short of even Ben Nevis.
    Roughly 1/6 of the way up England`s highest mountain at 3209 ft, not bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul6754 View Post
    How high is Stoke's ground, it must be up there if you pardon the pun.

    As an aside I always enjoyed going to grounds that were built amid the rows and rows of terrace houses, when you came across the ground they appeared to rise like cathedrals from the earth. Villa Park was incredible, parking was a nightmare though.
    If you like terrace houses,Luton is the place for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul6754 View Post
    How high is Stoke's ground, it must be up there if you pardon the pun.

    As an aside I always enjoyed going to grounds that were built amid the rows and rows of terrace houses, when you came across the ground they appeared to rise like cathedrals from the earth. Villa Park was incredible, parking was a nightmare though.
    I did see the full table, and Stoke's drum is also one of the higher ones, I think just over 450 ft if I remember rightly, and in the top 20.

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