Quiz: Can you name these football grounds?

Think you know your Manchester stadiums from your MLS ones? One American artist has been busy reproducing bird's-eye designs from around the globe. See how many you can name...
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Ground 1

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 2

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 3

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 4

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 5

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 6

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 7

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 8

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 9

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 10

As you read these words and try desperately to identify the 11 stadia above them, a studio artist in North Carolina will be busy putting the finishing touches to his next work of fine footballing art. That man is Tony Rodono, a man who began creating these images almost by accident.

“I used to create maps of university campuses,” he tells FFT. “But once I saw that people wanted modern art that represented the places they're most passionate about, my mind immediately went to sports stadiums.”

This initially meant US baseball ballparks and American football stadia, but Rodono was soon looking to England for his inspiration. “I created the Anfield piece in 2013. That was our first soccer piece and a natural choice because that stadium is so steeped in history.”

Since then, the soccer – sorry, football – collection has grown. “We do about 20 custom pieces each week, which we add straight to the site,” he says. And you can decide what he'll do next... as long as you're willing to pay a reasonable amount: prices start from $49 (£31) for a 12x12in print.

Fancy getting yourself God’s own view of Roots Hall, Station Park or the Launa Windows Stadium to hang with pride on your living room wall? “Not a problem,” smiles Tony. “Just drop me a line.” 

To see more of Tony’s designs, visit www.cityprintsmapart.com.

(Answers on the final slide, no peeking yet.)

Ground 11

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1) Columbus Crew Stadium (Columbus Crew)
2) Craven Cottage (Fulham)
3) La Bombonera (Boca Juniors)
4) Old Trafford (Manchester United)
5) Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium (D.C. United)
6) San Siro (Milan)
7) San Siro (Internazionale)
8) Signal Iduna Park (Borussia Dortmund)
9) Upton Park (West Ham)
10) St James' Park (Newcastle)
11) Wembley Stadium