Vale Park

Vale Park

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About Vale Park

Vale Park Stats

Current home toPort Vale
Football visits32,292 (24.8% of our users have been here)
Other visits239
Capacity18,900
AddressHamil Road, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 1AW, England
Record attendance49,768 Port Vale 1-2 Aston Villa 20th February 1960
Modern record attendance10,344 Port Vale 1-1 Stoke City 21st October 2001

Vale Park Average Ratings

These are the average ratings for Vale Park as submitted by our registered users.

My RatingAverage Rating
OverallAverage rating: 2.2
19th in League 1
LocationAverage rating: 2.5
20th in League 1
ViewAverage rating: 2.4
22nd in League 1
FacilitiesAverage rating: 2.5
17th in League 1
Food & DrinkAverage rating: 2.4
20th in League 1
PoliceAverage rating: 2.9
18th in League 1
AtmosphereAverage rating: 2.3
20th in League 1

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Latest Reviews

1.0 star
It feels like it's being run down.

Review written by trebor a Shrewsbury Town supporter on 13th February 2016

2.0 stars
OK Ground

Review written by callumbinner22 a Crewe Alexandra supporter on 20th February 2015


2.5 stars
Vale Park - 2013

Review written by dongoonervani an Aberdeen supporter on 16th November 2013

3.0 stars
Large and neat stadium

Review written by smithybridge-blue a Manchester City supporter on 30th March 2013


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Vale Park Facts

  • At its opening the ground was known as 'The Wembley of the North' due to its size. (newfieldvaliant)
  • On 1 August 1981, Vale Park hosted a one-off rock concert, dubbed "Heavy Metal Holocaust", featuring Motörhead, Ozzy Osbourne Band, Mahogany Rush, Triumph, Riot and Vardis. (newfieldvaliant)

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