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.
This should be really easy!
So should this.
If you’ve got number 1 right, then you’re very close to this (not geographically).
The image is the clue – there’s only one place with this layout.
Students of the game are more likely to get this one.
An unusual example of an English football club which doesn’t have a town or city name in the club name.
Maybe this should be renamed “Congress House”?
You haven’t worked out what this is yet? You cannot be serious!
Shares its name with a football ground (that isn’t in the quiz)
The white object at the top of the picture is round. This isn’t.
One of two grounds with this name.
Does this small club have a split personality?
It would be a real drag to not spot this.
Not going to the dogs, but close.
They compete for gold, here.
But this offers a grand day out!
There’s a clue on the roof, although you might need to turn your monitor upside down to read it!
It’s obviously a football ground, right? Well, er, no.
The largest of its kind in the UK, designed to break records.
There’s a link between the name of this stadium and the tenants of number 18.