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Quiz 18 - Sporting Cities

So you think that you may know a thing or two about sporting geography - test your knowledge with this Quiz.

Some of the questions are easy, some difficult but overall I would give it a pass mark of 5 out of 10.

So will you end up as a smart arse or duffer?
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1.


Grace Road, Welford Road and Filbert Street are important addresses in the sporting heritage of which British city?

2.

Which city hosted the Commonwealth games in both 1970 and 1986? 


3.


Pictured are three famous sporting venues in an English city - which one is at the top of the picture?

4.

Which is the only city in the world to host both the Olympics and Commonwealth/Empire Games, host a cricket World Cup final and one of the four Tennis 'Grand Slam' tournaments and stage a F1 street-circuit Grand Prix?


5.


In the 1969/70 season which Football League club had to change its name from 'Town' to 'City' when its home town was elevated to city status?

 

6.

Which British city made unsuccessful bids to host the 1996 and 2000 Olympics?


7.


An aerial photo of the two closest major football stadiums in Britain - where?

8.

With which American city do you associate the Bruins (ice hockey), Patriots (American football) and the Red Sox (baseball)?


9.


Gordon Banks, Jessica Ennis, Naseem Hamed, Uriah Rennie and Neil Warnock would seem a fairly random group of sportspeople but they have one thing in common - they were all born in the same city. Which city?


10.

Which is the most northerly city to have staged a football World Cup final?

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2015 didn't start too well for Arsenal 'keeper Wojciech Szczesny. His two errors saw Arsenal lose 2-0 at Southampton in the Premier League on New Years Day and then he was caught doing what in the showers after the match which resulted in a £20,000 fine?

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