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Royal Society Fellows have discovered that Stonehenge was used as a Football Stadium after its deep Ditch had yielded no Coal. Ancient energy mining prospector, LORD Fellow of Woodhenge, converted its white Ditch chalk pilings into Bleachers for enthusiastic area Sport fans.
Eleven (11) Gaps between six-foot tall Banks of the discovered Eleven (11) Bleachers made for quick and easy Latrine access to the Ditch, according to Royal Society Fellows, before the six-foot deep Toilet silted in.
Football Stadium Bleachers / Latrine
LORD Fellow of Woodhenge constructed a Ticket Line area with timber posts in the Ancient sunny northeast Avenue Entrance, with Players coming and going Freely through a southern Lower Entrance. Royal Society Fellows also found that Football became popular soon afterward.
Fifty-Six (56) Fence Posts separating the Eleven (11) Bleachers full of enthusiastic Sport fans were found in a Circle around the Stadium playing area. Horizontal fence Rails prevented Crowds from storming the Field.
Stadium Field Protection Posts / Latrine in Blue
Two (2) Goals at opposite ends Perpendicular to the Rising Sun served as Fair Lighting for both Team Sides and were constructed of Four (4) Station Stones, two (2) for each Goal. "Laws of the Game" developed with Number of white Ditch pilings made by LORD Fellow of Woodhenge.
Royal Society Fellows concluded Sport fans of Eleven (11) Banks and Sport fans of Eleven (11) Bleachers must have agreed the "Laws of the Game" were a lineup of Eleven (11) Players representing them to "Foot the Ball".
Stuffed Animal Skin Ball
Today, the most prestigious International Football competition is the FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup, founded 5,000 years ago at Stonehenge. It is the most widely viewed in the World, boasting an Audience twice that of the Summer Olympic Games.
Championship Awards numbering in the Hundreds stand as a Testimony to the many Teams who competed at STONEHENGE: A Football Stadium. Abandoned due to its Success, there were too many Trophies on the Field.
Royal Society Fellows Claim
Stonehenge Football Stadium Ticket Line Fence
Stonehenge Olympic Stadium Ticket Line Fence
LORD Fellow of Woodhenge
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