Tony Davis | Football Culture, 1990s.
Photographer Tony Davis is known for his images of the UK rave scene around the midlands during the early nineties. Aside from spending time in nightclubs, Tony who’d been a football fan and terrace boy since the early 70s couldn’t wait to focus his camera on football culture. From 1990 up to 2005 he visited most of the football grounds across the UK.
The images in our gallery capture a time prior big money takeovers and when many working class fans could still afford to attend matches.
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