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Reading-Elm-Park600Fans watch a match at Reading's former home, Elm Park. The club played there from 1896 until 1998, when they moved to the new Madjeski Stadium. Elm Park held around 14,800 when it closed, but the record attendance was officially 33,042, set in 1927 for a 1-0 win against Brentford.

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