The Homes of Football
Stuart Roy Clarke's look at the changing faces of football
The Homes of Football is acclaimed photographer Stuart Roy Clarke's look at the changing face of football from the late 20th Century onwards.
Aware of how developments in the game following the Hillsborough disaster of 1989 were going to change the face of football, Clarke began to capture the atmosphere and emotion of fans up and down the country.
Clarke's photographs show the human side of the game's greatest asset: its' fans.
Now into his third decade of the project, Clarke has travelled the the length and breadth of the British Isles to capture the game as it is played at every level. He and his camera have followed England across the globe to major tournaments and captured fans from around the world in many countries.
The Home of Football is a major partner to the National Football Museum and you will find photographs from the collection throughout.
To find out more and see a large collection of images available to buy as prints visit www.homesoffootball.co.uk