Mark's Musings

A miscellany of thoughts and opinions from an unimportant small town politician and bit-part web developer

Sporting grounds quiz


This post contains images for a quiz at SABRE. If you’re not a member, then it’s probably rather meaningless to you. If you are a member, then please follow the instructions in the quiz for answering – don’t post answers here!

All thumbnails link to a larger version. The clues vary from simple to somewhat cryptic.

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This should be really easy!

2 sport02.jpg
So should this.

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If you’ve got number 1 right, then you’re very close to this (not geographically).

4 sport04.jpg
The image is the clue – there’s only one place with this layout.

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Students of the game are more likely to get this one.

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An unusual example of an English football club which doesn’t have a town or city name in the club name.

7 sport07.jpg
Maybe this should be renamed “Congress House”?

8 sport08.jpg
You haven’t worked out what this is yet? You cannot be serious!

9 sport09.jpg
Shares its name with a football ground (that isn’t in the quiz)

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The white object at the top of the picture is round. This isn’t.

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One of two grounds with this name.

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Does this small club have a split personality?

13 sport13.jpg
It would be a real drag to not spot this.

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Not going to the dogs, but close.

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They compete for gold, here.

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But this offers a grand day out!

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There’s a clue on the roof, although you might need to turn your monitor upside down to read it!

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It’s obviously a football ground, right? Well, er, no.

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The largest of its kind in the UK, designed to break records.

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There’s a link between the name of this stadium and the tenants of number 18.