Non league football’s most distinctive main stands. Some lost, some intact, some on the way out, and some which have seen Football League action
- 1. Goalkeeper: A Slate Roofed Double Stand, Horton Park Avenue (Bradford Park Avenue AFC);
- 2. Defender: ‘Harold’s Lugs’, Kingsway (Bishop Auckland FC);
- 3. Defender: Built By ICI, Central Avenue (Billingham Synthonia FC);
- 4. Defender: Built By Miners for Miners, Westfield Lane (Frickley Athletic FC);
- 5. Defender: An Olympic Record, Champion Hill (Dulwich Hamlet FC);
- 6. Midfielder: Ornate Beside The Seaside, Wellesley Recreation Ground (Great Yarmouth Town FC);
- 7. Midfielder: Rhodes’ Legacy, Bower Fold (Stalybridge Celtic AFC);
- 8. Midfielder: Regal Art Deco Masterpiece, Queen Elizabeth the Second Ground (Enfield Town FC);
- 9. Forward: Mock Tudor Splendour: The Polegrove (Bexhill United FC);
- 10. Forward: Poppies Doth Preached: Rockingham Road (Kettering Town FC);
- 11. Forward: Loveable Fifties Timewarp: Victory Park (Chorley FC).
- 12. Bethrothed and Divine: The Valley Stadium (Redditch United FC).