Every major city has a long sporting tradition - but how much do you know about them?.

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

 

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

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

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

   
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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?

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

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

     
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Which is the only British city to have hosted the Commonwealth Games twice?

               
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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?