Over the past 20 years, and particularly with the advent of the Premier League, football grounds around the country have undergone major refurbishments or in some cases moved completely.

Take for instance, Roker Park, home to Sunderland AFC for 99 years between 1898 and 1997. The ground was demolished and the site is now a housing estate with commemorative street names such as Clockstand Close, Goalmouth Close, Midfield Drive and Turnstile Mews.