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Bootham Crescent: A Second Home - Part Two

By Paul Bowser

The history and home grounds of York City Football Club

Part two - 1960 - 1993

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York City FC and Bootham Crescent have been intrinsically linked since 1932, when the club moved from Fulfordgate.

Progress was not always straightforward, but by the dawn of the 1960s the club and ground were in good shape for the years ahead.

This book chronicles the period to 1993, written within the context of the ground itself and the wider events that impacted on the club’s fortunes. It covers a time of remarkable highs and crushing lows, with promotions and cup glory interspersed with relegation and re-elections.

Bootham Crescent continued to evolve to keep pace with the needs of the club and its supporters. It would also reflect the tragic death of David Longhurst, with a stand being built in his memory.

Using photographs, news cuttings, and memorabilia, those changes are captured here in rich detail. They provide a fascinating insight into events that may seem like only yesterday for many, but actually took place decades ago.

For City supporters, as with the club, Bootham Crescent has indeed been a second home.


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