Category Archive: Football (soccer) scoreboards

Yarraville Soccer Club, Kingsville, Victoria

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The scoreboard is in a distant corner. The grass and weeds are long. The numbers lay low, undisturbed, save for a man with a camera. A nest of nets? The biggest shelter shed… Continue reading

Chaplin Reserve, Sunshine, Victoria

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Story by Paul Mavroudis Photos by Mark Avellino and Paul Mavroudis The Second Last Time On the afternoon of Saturday August 27th, Sunshine George Cross played its final senior match at Chaplin Reserve… Continue reading

Wellesley Park, Tasmania

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Story and photos by Chris Rees Wellesley Park is a large area in South Hobart formerly occupied by the Hobart Tip; after the 1967 bushfire the council opened a new tip in nearby… Continue reading

Larrakia Stadium, Northern Territory

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Larrakia Stadium is the home for soccer in the Top End.   Photos courtesy of  Graeme Smith’s TecnoVISION. Thanks Graeme.

Anjalay Stadium, Belle Vue, Mauritius

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Anjalay is the home of Pamplemousses* SC, Arsenal Wanderers (formed 1885)and AS Riviere du Rempe. It’s mainly a soccer venue but is used for many sports – including motor racing in the surrounding… Continue reading

Stožice Stadium, Ljubljana, Slovenia

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International correspondent Jesse Maskell visited Stožice Stadium in Slovenia with his mate Victor earlier this year. The game was a  friendly/exhibition match: Slovenia vs Bosnia & Herzegovina. “The stadium looked space-age from the… Continue reading

Soccer at the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra

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The AIS took on the Western Sydney Wanderers at the AIS Athletics Track in Canberra in early February looking for just their second win of the year, but again went down fighting, this… Continue reading

Liverpool, Ipswich Town, Gateshead; England

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Good classic electronic  scoreboard here at Liverpool. Straightforward and simple. You’ve got the teams, scores and time, and this type of digital display doesn’t allow for sponsor messages. It’s hardly prominent, tucked away… Continue reading