Belle Vue was the home of Doncaster Rovers for 85 years.
The stadium was well known for having the biggest playing surface in the UK at 110 yards (100 metres) long, and 72 yards (66 metres) wide.
The record attendance at Belle Vue came on 2nd Oct 1948 when Rovers played Hull City to a 0-0 stalemate in the Third Division North, with at least 37,099 spectators on the ground. There were claims at the time of many more people climbing over walls and gaining free entry, so the true attendance will never be known.
By the time it closed, the capacity at Belle Vue was a mere 11,500.
The last league game at Belle Vue was on 23rd December 2006 with a 1-0 victory over League One leaders Nottingham Forest.
Just prior to Belle Vue being demolished in 2007, there was a large gas explosion that caused extensive damage to the ground and injured two people. You can read more about that here.