Home of Chorley FC

Opened 1920

Capacity 4,300

Rating: 4.2

(388) Google Reviews

The football ground is built right in/around a housing estate. The away fans get into the ground via a park. Food/drinks were good from the kiosk. All staff friendly and helpful.
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2 months ago
Chorley FC. Victory Park the pics is from 2014/15. Chorley were formed in 1883 But is wasn’t until 1920 that Victory Park became their home(named to commemorate Victory in WW1), had a few ups & downs over the years,but an FA Cup run this season must have put a few bob in the kitty.
Fantastic setup, with friendly, professional and courteous staff. Wigan U15's together with the coaching staff and parents were treated so well. See you again next Tuesday 6th December for our next Floodlit Cup game against EFC.
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Victory Park is a great ground. Club house is located by the main gates so being able to grab a drink before the game is a bonus, though on sell out games can be difficult. Prices are great so no complaints there. There is also a hospitality suite that can be accessed if you pre pay for. I haven't yet been so unable to comment on the suite. The ground I would class as intimate as you can stand very close to the pitch. One main stand, which is seated. Covered standing behind both goals and one side open. Atmosphere is great for a small club but now they have won promotion this season I fully expect it to be even better. COYM!!
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3 years ago
well run friendly people ,great steak pies could do with mint sauce.it was a drubbing on Tues but he ho we were rubbish,good luck
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History (from Wikipedia)

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.

Things to do in Chorley.

Sir Henry Tate.

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J-Seas Finest Fish & Chips.

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J-SEAS FINEST FISH & CHIPS Their perfected recipes from 30 years catering are now to become a permanent feature in a retail fish and chip shop in Chorley... Read More

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The best Fish & Chip shop for miles and miles ..... (really sorry Pawson's - you are still very very good) We had forgotten what real fish and chips were... Read More

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Best fish and chips ever tasted outside next to the Magpie Cafe Whitby. Totally recommend http://www.thenaughtyseat.co.uk Read More