The Shed End, 1990

The Shed End, 1990. Chelsea, Stamford Bridge
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The Shed End, Stamford Bridge, 1990. Archival Giclée print with a pearl finish, unframed.

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The Shed End is the south stand of Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge stadium. The current stand was built in the late 1990s, and continued the name of the old Shed End, which was a large, curved terrace set back from the pitch, originally constructed in 1930.

For 25 years and beyond photojournalist and Chelsea fan John Ingledew has kept his camera at the ready, focusing on the fans as Chelsea’s roller coaster existence saw them plummet out of the top tier of the English game, down into mid table obscurity in the division below, then all the way back up again.

John is a published author of books such as And Now Are You Going To Believe Us, published in 2006, which is crammed with photographs charting Chelsea’s climb back up from the depths of the old Second Division to the very top of the football tree.

His unique black and white photographs preserve moments as though in “a sliver of time.”

Lower Block is privileged to offer a a selection of John’s photographs as quality prints.

Photographs come as Archival Giclée prints with a pearl finish as standard, guaranteeing quality reproduction, at a range of sizes. All prints come unframed as standard.

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