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Stadium
United Kingdom
Ayr (Voluntary Park)
Bellevue
Bristol
Brough Park
Cardiff
Carntyne
Catford
Charlton
Cheltenham
Clapton
Coventry
Crayford
Dagenham
Derby
Doncaster
Hackney
Halcrow
Hall Green
Harlow
Harringay
Hendon
Henlow
Hove & Brighton
Hull
Kinsley
Leicester
Mildenhall
Milton Keynes
Monmore
New Cross
Norwich
Nottingham
Oxford
Park Royal
Pelaw Grange
Perry Barr
Peterborough
Poole
Portsmouth
Powderhall
Reading
Romford
Rye House
Shawfield
Sheffield
Sittingbourne
Slough
Southend
St Nott
Stainforth
Stamford Bridge
Sunderland
Swaffham
Swindon
Towcester
Walthamstow
Wandsworth
Warwick
Wembley
West Ham
Wimbledon
Wisbech
Yarmouth
United Kingdom


The sport in began at Belle Vue, Manchester, in 1926 and became hugely popular as it spread the length and breadth of the British Isles. Royalty, Lords and Ladies were bitten by the bug as much as anyone and it was much in vogue to be seen greyhound racing in the days leading up to the second world war.

The sport went through a lean period in the late 1960s and 70s. But the tracks that invested in facilities for the public survived and, in the 1990s, the sport went through an amazing resurgence. A new generation is now enjoying the thrills that greyhound racing offers.


Administrative bodies:

English Greyhound Stud Book and NCC
Yvans Hall
Hadleigh Heath
Hadleigh
Suffolk
IP7 5NX
Phone: 01787 212381
Fax: 01787 211200

The British Greyhound Racing Board


See the feature races of Great Britain