IN a week where Worcester City released proposals to build their own new home in Fernhil Heath, this week's Sport Replay series looks back at their previous, now destroyed, previous home at St. George's Lane.

The Lane entertained all and sundry for 108 years, but has long been concreted over by developers and is now an estate of new homes.

Back in 2014, shortly before the demolition job by Careys New Homes' bulldozers, some photographs were taken by Sally Robinson.

Many fond memories were had by City supporters at the old stadium, that once hosted 15,000 for the famous FA Cup victory over Liverpool in 1959 and a tickle over 17,000 turned up to watch the defeat to Sheffield United in the following round.

Worcester City have not had their own home since 2013 when they moved out of the Lane, spending time as tenants at Aggborough (Kidderminster Harriers), The Victoria Ground (Bromsgrove Sporting) and currently at Claines Lane, which is owned by the Worcestershire FA.

But this week, new majority shareholder Simon Lancaster revealed new proposals to create, build and move into a new stadium in Fernhill Heath, raising hope that City will find themselves a new home after a decade without one.