From the publisher:
The 1980s are remembered as a bleak time in the history of English football. Dismissed as a time the game was blighted by hooliganism and tragedy. Since the advent of the Premier League in 1992, it’s easy to forget that going to the match before then was still a hugely enjoyable experience, accessible and affordable to all. With new, modern, often soulless, identikit stadiums now commonplace, also forgotten are the unique stands, terraces, facades and features that gave every club its own identity. This book unearths a huge, previously unseen treasure trove of images from that forgotten era. An era that was, until now, lost.