MILLMOOR has been left to sit abandoned for years.
The former home of Rotherham United looks almost frozen in time in new images of the abandoned stadium which hasn’t been used by the club since 2008.
The Millers were forced move out of the ground in a row over rentand now play their games at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
They spent four years playing at the Don Valley Athletics Stadium in Sheffield in the interim period while the new 12,000-seater ground was built.
And Millmoor now lies empty, but is full of nostalgia for those fans that will have countless memories from games that took place inside.
The old stadium had a capacity of 8,300 and was the home of Rotherham from their inception in 1925.
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The stadium would no longer be suitable for Rotherham who play their football in the Championship after narrowly avoiding relegation to League One this season.
The South Yorkshire club finished 19th, just six points off the drop after gaining promotion to the division last season.
Photos of the old ground show it falling to pieces after such a long time without use or care.
There are overgrown plants surrounding the stands and graffiti plastered on the walls.
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The stadium – which had a noticeable slope – boasted its record attendance way back in 1952.
The ground held 25,170 fans who gathered to watch Rotherham take on local rivals Sheffield United.
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