Football was played at Fratton Park during World War II, as the game was deemed good for the morale of servicemen and civilians alike
Neville Dalton’s 4-1-2-1-2 formation dream team possesses a pair of exciting full-backs plus a couple of strikers who shouldn’t play together
Neil Allen, chief sports writer at The News, bases his select XI on the nicest players he's seen in action while covering Pompey (current squad excluded)
David Tiller felt compelled to select his own Pompey Eleven just so he could play Diarra and Walsh in the same team
The editor of the Fratton Faithful webzine, Jim Bonner, has gone all 3-5-2 on us for his Pompey select XI.
Sports journo Steve Bone's Pompey Eleven comes from 35 years of watching the Blues. He changed his mind several times while writing it.
Many home fans have been driven to drink after a game at Fratton Park, these former players may even have served them
Dutch exile Hans Evers' first Pompey game was in the fog against Lincoln in 1982. He can see clearly now as he selects his dream team