Sealand Road was home to the now-defunct league club (which went out of business in 2010) of Chester City for 84 years.
The new club, simply called Chester FC, play at the Deva Stadium and it is situated mostly in Wales, with just the car park and a small piece of one stand situated in England.
Sealand Road comprised of a low, covered stand that ran the length of the pitch on one side and a taller main stand on the opposite side.
Behind each of the goals were terraced sections. One end was covered and the other end was open to the elements.
The last game at Sealand Road saw Chester City defeat Rotherham United 2-0 on the 28th of April 1990.
Sealand Road was demolished between 1992 and 1993.