Crowd scenes from between the wars.

Part of the 7,765 crowd for the Wimbledon v Kingstonian match played on 27th January 1923.

Kingstonian were beaten 3-1 in the Surrey Senior Cup 2nd Round.


Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet of 31st January 1923 and used with permission.
   
A full main stand full for the match played on 9th February 1924 against Iford in the London Senior Cup 2nd Round when Kingstonian won 3-2.

3,250 were in attendance and K's got to the final that season losing 2-1 to Tufnell Park in a match played at Millwall.


Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet 13th February 1924 and used with permission.
   
The crowd of 3,000 leaving the ground after Kingstonian had beaten Rest Of Athenian League 3-2 on 30th August 1924. The match was a traditional opening game for the winners of the league from the previous season.


Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet 3rd September 1924 and used with permission.
   
The crowd at what is presumed to be the grass banking at the Richmond Road end of the ground for a pre season friendly against Great Eastern Railway (Romford) on 29th August 1925.

K's won the match 11-2 against the team who had finished runners up in the Spartan League in the previous two seasons.


Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet 2nd September 1925 and used with permission.
   
The crowd at the Richmond Road end of the ground for the opening match of the 30/31 season against Nunhead which K's won 1-0. Banking had been steadily improved during the 1930's.

Even though jackets are on show, the match was played in such a heatwave that it was agreed that only 70 minutes would be played despite it being a league match.


Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet 3rd September 1930 and used with permission.
   

A happy crowd for a match against Aquarius in the Surrey Senior Cup 1st Round played on 23rd Janaury 1932 at Richmond Road. K's won 9-1.

Aquarius were a team representing the water board.


Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet of 27th January 1932 and used with permission.



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