Posts Tagged: oldham athletic

Ticking Boundary Park off the list

Back of the Main Stand at Boundary Park the home of Oldham Athletic

Blogger and co-founder Pete was on the 92 trail for first time in 2017. Greater Manchester was the destination as Bradford City made the trip down the road to face Oldham Athletic. Ground: Boundary Park (Sports Park) (71/92) Game: Oldham Athletic 1-2 Bradford City Date: 28/01/2017 Approaching the final 20 doing the 92 even the closest grounds left are now into 3 figures for mileage each way. One of the shortest left was a 208-mile round trip to Oldham’s ground; Park or to give it its ‘proper’ name Boundary Park. When it rains it pours With heavy… Read more »

Dan White ticks Gresty Road off his 92

Ice Cream Van Stand at Crewe's Alexandra Stadium

Budding photographer and blogger Dan White heads to Crewe the home of the Railway men as Oldham were the visitors. Ground: Gresty Road 9/92 Game: Crewe Alexandra 0-1 Oldham Athletic Date: 21/03/2015 Thoughts on the ground: I had a nightmare trying to get to Crewe as I have to rely on trains and buses to get me to places. My train tickets told me that I had to make a change at Manchester Piccadilly, but I was already running into problems. The first train to Manchester was cancelled. Not to worry, they already had a replacement train at the ready…… Read more »

Oldham’s Boundary Park to be Park

Today Oldham Athletic have revealed a 5 year sponsorship deal with retail giant Sports Direct and kit manufacturer Sondico. As part of the agreement Boundary Park will be know as Park, in addition to Park adorning the front of the Latics new Sondico kit. Mike Ashley’s company will also operate a 2000 square foot club shop in the new north stand. You can keep up with the work on the clubs Official Twitter feed @OfficialOAFC. Have you crossed Boundary Park off your 92? If you have please rate your visit with us as we try and find the… Read more »

New Stand at Oldham’s Boundary Park Progresses

You may have noticed if you’d been there over the past few months or indeed seen a bare touchline on the Football League show that at Boundary Park the club were making some renovations to their North Stand. As the summer progresses the structure is really starting to take shape. The building work signals the first in a number of development phases at what has been the Oldham’s home for well over a century. The North stand is the main stand at Boundary Park and the new model will hold two and half thousand fans in addition to a supporters… Read more »