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Crystal Palace broom brigade keep the terraces clean at Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace broom brigade keep the terraces clean at Selhurst Park


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Crystal Palace broom brigade keep the terraces clean at Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace broom brigade keep the terraces clean at Selhurst Park.
1st November 1980

Daily Mirror
Mirrorpix
England

Media ID 21670836

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In this print from Memory Lane Prints, we are transported back to the 1980s at Selhurst Park, home of Crystal Palace Football Club. The image showcases a group of dedicated individuals known as the "Crystal Palace broom brigade" diligently keeping the terraces clean during a match day on 1st November 1980. As we delve into this snapshot from the past, it becomes evident that beyond the exhilarating football action taking place on the pitch, there were unsung heroes working behind the scenes to maintain order and cleanliness. These hardworking staff members can be seen in their distinctive uniforms, armed with brooms and brushes as they meticulously sweep away debris from the stands. The photograph not only captures an era when football was played with grit and passion but also highlights an essential aspect often overlooked – maintaining hygiene and tidiness within sports venues. It serves as a reminder that even amidst all the excitement and frenzy of a game, there are those who selflessly ensure that fans have a safe and enjoyable experience. This image is more than just about chores or cleaning; it symbolizes teamwork, dedication, and pride in one's work. It immortalizes these unsung heroes whose efforts contributed to creating memorable moments for countless supporters over time. With its rich historical significance rooted in sport culture of yesteryears, this print by Mirrorpix truly encapsulates an era where every detail mattered - both on and off the field.

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