Club Moved

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Club Atlético Colegiales (Argentina) - History - 1930-56
... By then the club had moved again, establishing its new home in Fraga and Estomba streets and soon after the club moved to Villa Martelli ... played its home games in different venues so the club had forced to move from Villa Martelli ... In 1948 the club moved to its current sports field of Antonio Malaver and Gervasio Posadas streets in Munro, Buenos Aires ...
History Of Port Vale F.C.
... an English association football club based in Stoke-on-Trent, began with the formation of the club, which was probably in 1879 ... In 1884, the club moved to the town of Burslem, changing their name to Burslem Port Vale in the process ... The club joined the Football League Second Division upon its formation in 1892 ...
Dudley Town F.C. - History
... Dudley Town FC was founded in 1888, and in 1898 incorporated another club from the town, Dudley St John's, moving onto the latter's ground at Shavers End and entering ... After World War I the club was dormant for a number of years, but in 1928 it was re-formed and entered the Cradley Heath and District League, before moving on to the Worcestershire Combination ... In 1932 the club moved into the Sports Ground, which had been built as part of a project to provide work for the large number of unemployed men in the borough in ...
Relocation Of Professional Sports Teams - Team Relocations in Australia - AFL - Minor Relocations
... St Kilda Football Club - in 1964 relocated from the Junction Oval in St Kilda to the Moorabbin Oval in the South Eastern Melbourne suburb of Moorabbin ... In late 2007, it was confirmed that the club would leave Moorabbin to set up base in Seaford, Victoria, a region (the Mornington Peninsula) in which the club had grown its supporter ... Hawthorn Football Club - in 1973 moved from suburban Hawthorn to Princes Park in Carlton, an inner Northern suburb of Melbourne, and then to Waverley Park in 1991 ...
Matt Bath - Grounds
... Corinium Stadium, Cirencester 2010–present Whaddon Road, Cheltenham Throughout its history, the club has played at many grounds in Gloucester and the surrounding region of Gloucestershire ... In the late 19th century the club played at Buddings Field near the city centre for 16 non-consecutive seasons, they then moved to the Avenue Road Ground on Tuffley Avenue for ... During this period the club also played at Co-operative Ground on India Road ...

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    Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (1818–1885)