First time here with the kids, cracking little ground, love how you can walk round and watch the game from different ends, outside bar in the corner, good old Labour Club attached to the entrance with Chorley FC TV Live match in, little cabin servicing chips with curry sauce, gravy, what ever you fancy. Loved it will be back ⚫⚪
Visited 08/05/2023 to watch Congleton fc play Bacup Borough fc in the Macron Cup, there were mixed feeling on this visit I.e. not enough staff manning the bar so it took for ever to get served. There was no announcement over the pa system about players or what was going to happen very poor, food was edible but not the best. The staff around the ground were pleasant and helpful, but could do with more
Decent ground for this level of football with one main seated and one main terrace and a smaller seated and terrace areas. £15 to get in which is steep, no under 23s or student price like other clubs in the league. Telford fans made decent noise for all 15 of them. Food and drink reasonably priced and staff are all friendly. Ticket, program, hot drink and a snack will set you back £21. We parked on the nearby Asda (maximum 3 hours).
Chorley originally played at Dole Lane (now the Coronation recreation ground), but moved to Rangletts recreation ground in September 1901. Victory Park was built adjacent to the recreation ground in 1919 and was opened in 1920. It was named Victory Park to commemorate the end of the First World War. The original grandstand was gutted by fire on 17 November 1945, just hours after an FA Cup tie against Accrington Stanley, with a new stand being built in May 1947 at a cost of £5,500.
Chorley's record attendance for a game at Victory Park is 9,679 for a FA Cup tie against Darwen on 15 November 1932.