The Ground Guide to Port Vale

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Port Vale FC is situated in the town of Burslem, which is one of the six towns that make up the City of Stoke-on-Trent. It’s a journey of some 116 miles from Stadium MK to Vale Park (ST6 1AW) and boasts a 19,052 all seater stadia.

Away fans are usually positioned in the Signal One Stand which can hold up to 4,500 and is sited behind the goal.

On our last visit to Vale Park there were two cafes and a chippy close by, but now there is also a fanszone next to the ticket office with a good choice of food and drink and entertainment. So you really have some options.

There is a decent size car park located outside the away end (Car Park C) which costs £5, otherwise it’s street parking, but it might be worth checking if it requires pre-booking by giving the club a call.

Longport Railway Station is the closest to Vale Park, but it’s a good 30-minute walk away and is not well served by trains, unlike Stoke On Trent station. Therefore, most fans end up at Stoke On Trent railway station, which is over four miles away from Vale Park and then take a taxi up to the ground.

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