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Middlesbrough, TS5 6BX
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New bricks were added to the Holgate Wall, to stop people climbing over and watching for free, at which end of the stadium?
Hint: Two words
Ayresome Park was the home of Middlesbrough FC from 1903 to 1995.
It's record attendance was 53,802 in 1949 when Middlesbrough beat Newcastle United 1-0.
Which former Boro star was famed for hanging from the Holgate fence?
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This sculpture is one of many created by artist Neville Gabie for his collection called The Trophy Room.
The sculptures commemorate this site's football heritage.
Ayresome Park is a trophy - Neville Gabie
These stud marks commemorates North Korean footballer Pak Doo Ik, who scored a famous goal at Ayresome Park. In which year was the goal?
Pak Doo Ik's goal is arguably the most famous Ayresome goal worldwide.
However, Boro's record goalscorer of the Ayresome era was George Camsell who netted an incredible 345 official, recorded goals for the club
The story behind Pak Doo Ik's stood marks at Ayresome Park.
In what year did Middlesbrough FC play their last league match at Ayresome Park.
These football boots mark the location of the centre spot at Ayresome Park.
Neville Gabie talks about the Trophy Room project at Ayresome Park
The text on the wall reads "Deep in my heart I do..." what? (one word)
Remarkably, the connection with North Korea was rekindled in 2002 when several players from the 1966 World Cup returned to Middlesbrough to a heroes welcome.
Football boots and jumpers for goalposts - Neville Gabie
Which player nicknamed "Big John" was famed for his long run-ups when taking penalties for the Boro?
Hint: Two words
This sculpture marks the position of the east-end penalty spot. A crowd favourite of the 1960s and 1970s, John Hickton is fourth in the all-time Boro top goalscorers list with 193 goals.
Somewhat ironically a sign states that no 'what' games are allowed here by order of M.B.C?
Hint: One word
The professional Middlesbrough Ironopolis club moved to the Paradise Ground in 1889, which would later be part of the Ayresome Park site, in the south-west corner where visiting supporters would stand in the ground's later years.
Photo: The Ironopolis team of 1892-93
Look by the entrance for a circular blue plaque. In which year was the Dorman Museum opened?
Did you know there is an exhibition of various Boro artefacts inside the Museum. Why not pop in for a visit?Continue
A plaque on the statue includes the dates of Cloughie's birth and death. In which year was he born?
Before gaining a reputation as one of Britain's greatest managers, Cloughie was a goalscoring star for Boro, scoring a post-war record of 204 goals for the club.
The Swatters Carr is on the corner of Linthorpe Road and which other road? (two words)
The Linthorpe Road Ground once stood opposite the Swatter's Carr and was home of Middlesbrough FC from the early 1880s to 1903. It included a grandstand holding 30 fans which was extended told hold a further 600 fans at a cost of £160.
On the ornate green frontage of The Masham what colour are the triangles below the windows?
The Masham's proprietor when Boro won the FA Amateur Cup in 1895 was Tom Bach. It was here Boro celebrated their inaugral cup success with thousands of fans gathered outside!
In which year was Middlesbrough Station completed?
It was at this station that Boro returned triumphant from Leeds after winning the FA Amateur Cup in 1895. Unfortunately, holders Old Carthusians failed to bring the trophy with them so Middlesbrough FC returned home as winners but trophyless!
The mural states the club was "Mined out of the Eston Hills. We're roaring all the way to"... where?
Hint: One word
In 2006 the mighty Boro beat Steaua Bucharest 4-2 (4 - 3 agg) in one of the greatest comebacks football has witnessed. Listen to the audio of Ali Brownlee, the iconic voice of the Boro, when the final whistle blew.
Ali Brownlee's commentary.(BBC Tees)
In which year was Middlesbrough Football Club founded?
These gates were originally located on Warwick Street and served as the entrance to Ayresome Park. The Boro Brick Road leads the way to the gates and includes tributes to Middlesbrough players who died in the World Wars.
Renowned for his leadership for club and country, which role did Hardwick fulfil for 'Middlesbrough FC, England & Great Britain'?
Hint: One word. Search for a statue plaque.
As well as one of Boro's greatest servants, Hardwick was a pioneering coach who managed PSV Eindhoven and the Dutch national team after leaving Teesside.
What is the nickname of Wilf Mannion shown on the plaque below the statue?
Hint: Three words
South Bank-born star Mannion was one of Boro's greatest players. As well as starring at Ayresome Park, he also played for England and Great Britain alongside his Boro teammate George Hardwick.
In which year did Middlesbrough FC move to the Riverside Stadium?
The photograph captures the kick off of the first match at the Stadium as Chelsea get action underway in August 1995.
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Ayresome Park to the Riverside