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ENTERED LEAGUE 1892 as Burslem Port Vale  1898   1920

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LEFT LEAGUE Left in 1896   1907 now in Division 2 for the 2017-18 season
GROUNDS Vale Park (1950)

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NICKNAMES Valiants a derivation of their name

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BEST WIN 9-1 v Chesterfield on 24/9/1932
WORST DEFEAT 0-10 v Sheffield United on 10/12/1892

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HIGHEST LEAGUE POSITION 8th in Division 1 in 1996-7

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LOWEST LEAGUE POSITION 20th in Division 4 in 1979-80
MOST LEAGUE PTS (2 pts) 69 in Division 3 North 1953-4
MOST LEAGUE PTS (3 pts) 89 in Division 2 in 1992-3

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MOST LEAGUE GOALS 110 in Division 4 in 1957-8

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BEST F.A.CUP SEASON Semi Finals 1954 v West Bromwich Albion (see details below)

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MOST INDIVIDUAL GOALS 164 Wilf Kirkham 1923-33

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HIGHEST LEAGUE CROWD 49,768 v Aston Villa on 20/2/1960
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Division 2 for 2017-18 season

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I am grateful to Nick Stanway for the rare unofficial programme for the 1954 F A Cup Semi-Final. At that time Port Vale were the leaders in the Third Division North and the match was played at Villa Park. A crowd of 70,000 witnessed the match and saw Port Vale take the lead through Albert Leake. At half time Vale led 1-0 but within 15 minutes of the restart West Brom equalised through Jimmy Dudley. The match remained tight until George Lee was fouled and a penalty was awarded. Ironically this was converted by former Vale player Ronnie Allen. For the record, West Brom went on to lift the trophy at Wembley beating Preston North End 3-2.