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Christie Park - Morecambe FC

Christie Park, Morecambe, Entrance
                              Sign

Main Stand
This stand was opened in 1962

Main Stand, Christie Park, Morecambe

Looking Towards The Umbro Stand
This stand was used to house the away fans.

Looking Towards The Umbro Stand,
                            Christie Park, Morecambe

Looking Towards The North Stand

Main and North Stands, Christie Park,
                      Morecambe

A Closer Look At The North Stand
Opened in 1996 by Sir Bobby Charlton

North
                      Stand, Christie Park, Morecambe

Car Wash Terrace

Car Wash Terrace, Christie Park,
                            Morecambe

Ground Opened in 1921
The club moved to the Globe Arena in 2010

Record Attendance: 9,383 v Weymouth
  FA Cup 3rd Round, January 6th 1962.

The ground was originally called Rosebery Park, but was renamed Christie Park
in 1928 after the then Club President, who secured the ground for the Club.

The final game played at Christie Park was on Thursday May 20th 2010.
League Two Play off semi final 2nd leg v Dagenham & Redbridge.
Morecambe won 2-1

The stadium was demolished shortly after the Club vacated and is now the site of a Sainsburys superstore.

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