Victoria Park, Clarence Road, Hartlepool. Home of Hartlepool United FC. Formely known as Victoria Ground and as of 2016, officially called Northern Power and Gas Stadium who are sponsors. It is known by fans as 'The Vic'.
The stand at Victoria Ground (now Park) was demolished in 1985 following the fire at Bradford F.C. after which all wooden stands were condemned. The Cyril Knowles stand was eventually built in its place.More detail »
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Taken at Victoria Park, then called Victoria Ground, in 1961 when Hartlepool Reserves were playing York Reserves. The photo is taken from the 'Town End' goal looking towards the Rink End. On the right is the old wooden stand which at the time and until the 1980s, was the only seated part of the ground.
The pointed roof in the background was Clock Garage and became incorporated into the ground. It is now the main office block.
Floodlights did not come to Victoria Ground until 1967.More detail »
Victoria Park, Clarence Road, Hartlepool, undergoing renovation 1995. Victoria Park is the home of Hartlepool United and is from 2016 officially called Northenr Power and Gas Stadium, the name of the ground sponsors.More detail »