York City are delighted to announce that a new book, Sunset Over Bootham Crescent, is now on sale, as part of the club’s Centenary celebrations.
Written by The Press’ former City reporter Dave Flett, the book comprehensively chronicles the history of the Minstermen’s cherished former home from 1932 to 2020 in almost 600 pages packed with memories, historical research and photographs.
Dave, who covered the club from 2003 to 2019, has spoken to City greats from every era for the publication, including the likes of Barry Jackson and Alf Patrick before they passed away. The thoughts of leading personalities in the game such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Mark Lawrenson and Charlie Nicholas are also incorporated after exclusive interviews, based on their participation in some of the classic cup contests staged at the stadium.
Any surplus generated from the sale of Sunset Over Bootham Crescent will be utilised by York City Foundation to help fund their valuable work in connection with the Sporting Memories Group which, through regular get-togethers, tackles issues such as loneliness and supporting people who live with long-term conditions such as dementia and depression.
Please note, the standard postage rate of £4.99 does not apply.