Meadow Lane Jimmy Sirrel Stand Notts County Pride of Nottingham printFrom £12.00
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Built in 1910, Meadow Lane is the home of Notts County. Prior to this year, the Magpies shared Trent Bridge with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club until the Football League asked Notts to find their own place.
And so Meadow Lane was built, the spiritual home of the Black & White Army for more than 100 years, where fans have celebrated, cried and vented their anger for generation after generation.
The "San Sirrel", as it's also known, has had the pleasure of hosting some wonderful players over the years like Tommy Lawton, Les Bradd and Lee Hughes among others.
Show your love for Meadow Lane's Jimmy Sirrel Stand with this exclusive print showcasing a cartoon of Notts County's famed former County Road stand.
A wonderful, unique piece of football memorabilia, this print makes an ideal gift for friends and family.
A3 print (420 x 297mm)
A4 print (210 x 297mm)
All artwork is printed with high quality Epson inks on 300gsm acid free premium paper stock and shipped in protective packaging.
Please note: Frame not included.
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Size33 cm × 5 cm × 5 cm
Pride of Nottingham is an independent fansite devoted to Notts County, the world’s oldest league football club. Created in 2013, it has served as a source of Magpie news, features, match previews, reports, analysis and interviews for more than three years.