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Friday, January 22, 2010

Nobes' Trivia Question 11 - solution

A couple of weeks ago we asked whether you knew which Football League ground Nobes was visiting whilst on his travels as we played...


We told you:

This ground opened in the 1890s and is believed to be the lowest ground above sea level in the Football League.

Wolves were the visitors when this club recorded its biggest attendance at their ground. However, this ground isn't in the town the club represent.

One of the stands at this ground also shares its name with a card game.

Did you get the right answer? He was at Grimsby Town's Blundell Park.

The ground is actually located in Cleethorpes, a bit further down from Grimsby on the Lincolnshire coast, and includes a stand called the Pontoon Stand - like the card game.

Well done if you solved where Nobes was this time. And he'll be back with another trivia poser for you soon.

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