WATCH: Take a look back in time at Norwich City’s former home, The Nest
The Nest was Norwich City Football Club's second home following a move from its Newmarket Road ground.
The ground was established in 1908 and the name came from the association with the Canaries.
Built into a former chalk pit on Rosary Road, it proved quite hazardous to spectators and players as it needed to be stabilised by a number of concrete walls.
Jimmy Stokes famously broke his leg after running into a wall.
The ground was upgraded in 1910, but the terraces remained close to the pitch and during a match against Northampton in 1922, the fencing gave way on top of one of the concrete walls and more than 50 spectators fell onto the pitch. Fortunately there were no serious injuries.
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An attendance record was set in 1935 during a FA Cup tie against Sheffield Wednesday when 25,037 people turned up to watch. The club moved to Carrow Road the following season.
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