Victory Park — also known as The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium for sponsorship purposes — is a sports stadium in Chorley, Lancashire and the home ground of Chorley Football Club.
The stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,300 spectators.
Victory Park, the home of Chorley Football Club since 1920, has a rich history rooted in the aftermath of World War One. Construction on the former ash tip began in 1919, with the club acquiring the land for £868. Before settling at Victory Park, Chorley FC played at Dole Lane, Rangletts Recreation Ground, and St Georges Park. The ground’s historical peak attendance was over 9,000 in a 1923 FA Cup tie against Darwen. Another notable attendance was over 4,000 for a 1945 FA Cup match against Accrington, preceding the destruction of the wooden main stand by fire.
From 2015 to 2019, the century-old stadium has drawn crowds of over 3,500 for significant matches against teams like Guiseley, Altrincham, Spennymoor, Fleetwood, and Doncaster in playoffs and FA Cup matches.
For the 2023/24 season, ticket prices vary between £14 and £18 for adults, with concessions available for over-65s, NHS employees, first responders, and armed services. Under-12s enjoy free admission but must be accompanied by an adult. Disabled supporters can bring a carer free of charge.
Parking is limited at Victory Park, with recommendations for town centre parking. The stadium is conveniently located a ten-minute walk from Chorley train and bus stations. On match days, the social club welcomes both home and away fans, offering a lively atmosphere with drinks specials and live football on TV. The Magpies Nest provides a range of hot and cold snacks, including the famous butter pie.
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Nearest non-league grounds within a 10 mile radius