Monday, 6 October 2014

The Cheadle End Stand at Stockport County

This stand was opened at the beginning of the 1995-96 season, is two tiered, covered and all seated. It is generally reserved for home fans who enter via turnstiles 17-19 on Hardcastle Road.

Stockport County moved to Edgeley Park, then home of Stockport Rugby League Club, in 1902, having previously played at Green Lane in Heaton Norris. The team currently play in the Conference North League - for details see the club website.

A contribution to Blue Monday.


  1. The cover comes in pretty handy for the spectators on a rainy day.

  2. Poor old County...currently the very definition of the word languishing? Also this ground is the answer to the classic pub quiz question "Which football ground is nearest to the Mersey?". I suspect no-one has ever got the answer right if they haven't heard it before.

  3. Hello Gerald,

    I love this shade of blue.

    Have a Happy Blue Monday!