Victory Park, officially known as The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is an association football ground in Chorley, Lancashire that holds 4,300 people.
The ground is the home of Chorley Football Club, who currently compete in the National League North.
Victory Park is named after the outcome of World War One, with work beginning on the ground (an old ash tip) in 1919 and the Club moving in a year later after buying the land for £868.
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