Vetch Field was the home of Swansea City for 93 years.
This was a stadium that had been built up and redeveloped over the course of its history and the disjointed look it had by the end is testament to that.
The away fans were situated on a mid-sized covered terrace in the West Stand, while the home supports more vocal fans were in the North Bank, which was a terrace that ran along the length of the pitch.
The East Stand covered approximately just over half of that end of the ground and was a double-tiered effort with a unique-looking floodlight attached to it. Apparently, this was due to local residents refusing to allow the club to extend the building any further.
The ground was completed by the South Stand, which was a relatively low, seated stand.
The record attendance at Vetch Field was achieved on 17th February 1968. 32,796 spectators packed into the ground to watch visitors Arsenal snatch a 0-1 win in a fourth-round FA Cup tie.
The final league game to be held at the Vetch was against Shrewsbury Town, which the home side won 1-0. A further, final game was the final of the 2004/05 FAW Premier Cup between Swansea City and Wrexham. Swansea won the game 2-1, seeing them leave Vetch Field with two victories.
Vetch Field was finally demolished six years after the last game, in 2011.