What is about football stadiums that we hold so dear to our heart?
They’re only bricks and mortar after all. But it’s also so much more than that. It’s where memories are made, where we make our fortnightly pilgrimage, where individuals come together as one homogenous mass to get behind a common goal.
The football ground plays a huge role in the local community, one that often goes unnoticed. It’s never truly felt until it’s gone.
In the latest episode of the Nostalgia Ultras podcast, I was joined by Chris Lee of Outside Write to discuss why stadiums are so important, what makes a good stadium, the soullessness of modern arena, and special ones from the past that we dearly miss.
Intro theme by The Shaker Hymn
Cover artwork by Michael Raisch
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