Aylesbury Football Stadium.
Not much to say about this one but first opened in 1987 and closed in 2006 the team at the time owning the ground was Aylesbury Fc and was known for having one of the finest non-league playing surfaces in the country.
The site has been the subject of several planning applications sense 2006. Plans were submitted to demolish the old ground and turn it into houses and a care home how ever as of yet nothing has happened and the site sits as you see below.
A Pretty easy one this with no problem for access and easy but fairly interesting look around here tho as the more you look in bushes and trees the more you can see. all that really stands are empty shells and the seating area still with seats.
As Always Enjoy.
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