At over 100 years old and with a capacity of over 18,000, Carlisle United's Brunton Park is the largest non-all-seater stadium in the country, and among the oldest in the Football League.
Bramall Lane was originally opened as a cricket ground in 1855, later becoming the home of Sheffield United, and among the oldest football stadia in the world.
After almost 100 years at Gay Meadow, Shrewsbury Town relocated to the New Meadow, and will play League One football there next season.
Edgar Street stadium is next door to Hereford's cattle market, and despite fighting all season for survival in League Two, bulls fans have been making considerable noise!
Until 1990 Yeovil played on a pitch that sloped by eight feet from one side to the other. These days the Glovers play on a distinctly level playing field!
3PM, Oakwell by APM84, via Flickr; renowned for their effervescent supporters, Barnsley fans have been instrumental in securing another year of Championship football at Oakwell.
Through the years Hillsborough has hosted international football at World Cup '66 and Euro '96, and at almost 40,000 seats is the largest stadium outside the Premiership.
Until its modern renovation, Upton Park was renowned for the proximity between fans and players, who came into contact on more than one occasion. Hammers fans now face three intense playoff games to return to the Premiership.
Reading's Madjeski Stadium will see Premiership football again this August after the Royals took the Championship title.
Amazingly, although Stevenage are now pushing for promotion to the Championship, in 1996 Broadhall Way was deemed unfit for league football after the club's victorious campaign in the Conference.
Ashton Gate, Bristol City
Bristol City Football Club. Ashton Gate, Bristol, England
Bristol City FC
Ashton Gate, Bristol
Modern Residence by Tsionov Vitkon Architechts
House in Frogs Hollow | Williamson Chong
White Hart Lane London. Went to London 1998. Saw Tottenham Hotspurs vs Newcastle 2-0. With Erik, Einar and Hege
Hillsborough, Sheffield Wednesday