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Maine Road: Quiz


Question 1: However, this figure was still the second largest in the country, behind ________, leading to a label of "The Wembley of the North".
Wembley Stadium (1923)Olympic Stadium (Berlin)Stadio OlimpicoOlympic Stadium (Munich)

Question 2: The stadium was shared by Manchester United for a period after the Second World War, since Manchester United's Old Trafford ground had been partially destroyed during the ________ Blitz.
Salford, Greater ManchesterLiverpoolManchesterGreater Manchester

Question 3: to leave their ________ ground, which did not have room for expansion and had been damaged by fire in 1920.
Maine RoadManchester City F.C.Hyde RoadManchester City F.C. Reserves and Academy

Question 4: [12] Further changes were planned, but were suspended when Manchester City were relegated from Division One in 1938, and abandoned when ________ broke out.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 5: Prince also played the stadium twice in the early 1990s, as did ________ in 1988.
Pink FloydPink Floyd live performancesDavid GilmourBlackhill Enterprises

Question 6: In 1974, teen idol ________ played the stadium.
Donny OsmondThe Partridge FamilyShirley JonesDavid Cassidy

Question 7: It was home to ________ from its construction in 1923 until 2003.
Manchester City F.C. season 2008–09Manchester City F.C.Manchester City F.C. season 2007–08Manchester City F.C. season 2009–10

Question 8: Maine Road was a large football stadium in Moss Side, Manchester, ________.
WalesScotlandEnglandUnited Kingdom

Question 9: [6] Maine Road had originally been known as Dog Kennel Lane but was renamed Maine Road during the 1870s at the insistence of the ________.
Anti-Saloon LeagueAlcoholic beverageWineTemperance movement

Question 10: The stadium was used for several scenes in the 1948 ________ Cup-tie Honeymoon.
FilmmakingIndependent filmFilmMovie theater


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