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Report - Millmoor Football Stadium, Rotherham - Nov 17

UrbandonedTeam

the north
28DL Full Member
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The stadium has had no professional tenant since, but has been in use again for local youth football since 2016.

History
The Millmoor Ground, commonly known as Millmoor, is a football stadium in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England. It was the home ground of Rotherham County F.C. between 1907 and 1925 and then their successors Rotherham United F.C. until 2008. The stadium has had no professional tenant since, but has been in use again for local youth football since 2016.

Only a little bit of history in this paragraph, an entire segment can be found here but I didn't feel like nabbing it all..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millmoor

The Visit
I've always wanted to an abandoned stadium, so this is like a dream explore for me honestly. We made the fat trip over to Sheffield to meet up with Bongo, who had visited recently and said it was a must.

In my opinion, it was definitely worth it, as a football fan, seeing it all like this is really emotional and I tried to show it in my video. There was lots of outer buildings and hidden sections to look at as well, which I didn't expect. All in all, probably one of my favourites.

Pictures
Pretty happy with the pics, as it was mainly an outside explore, I'm glad the clouds were out in full shade. Please leave some feedback :)

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Video
Finally, here's a link to my documentary style video on the explore. It covers everything untold from pictures as well as history and future plans for the structure.


Thanks for reading :)
 

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