Visiting fans are allocated seating in the Hamil Road Stand. The away fans' ticket office is to the left of the away stand as you are facing it.
Parking for visiting fans is directly in front of the Hamil Road Stand, which is accessible through gate C. Visiting coaches can also access this car park.
The Vale Social is a pub which is accessible for home and away fans* and is located to the right of the away stand. Refreshments are also served within the concourse. Turnstiles open at 2pm.
The Support Liaison Officer, Ally Simcock, will be on hand on match days to answer any queries.
If you fancy making a day of it, we have numerous places of interest close by;
Burslem is the birthplace of Josiah Wedgwood and if you find yourself with time to spare, have a walk around to Queens Street in the Town Centre. There you will find the Wedgwood Institute, which was built in 1865 as a place to run courses for the working men of Burslem on science, business and the arts. It was built in memory of Josiah Wedgewood, the 18th century potter and philanthropist and has deep-rooted community significance, as its construction was funded entirely by the public.
The Institute’s architectural significance lies in its decorative façade of elaborate brickwork and rich terracotta decoration. There are moulded figures showing the months of the year and the processes of pottery making, and also mosaics, friezes and a life-size sculpture of Josiah Wedgwood
The Bulls Head in Burslem Town Centre is a Titanic Brewery pub. With up to 10 real ales on the bar & 10 real ciders from the cellar at any one time as well as malt whiskies, Belgian bottled & draught beers, you will never be short of choices. A ‘must see’ for all real ale drinkers. Information can be found at this link
The Titanic Brewery itself is also within very close proximity. They hold tours on some Saturdays, take a look at their website for more information. Titanic Brewewry Link
Middleport Pottery, the home of world-famous Burleigh, is an award-winning visitor destination within walking distance of Port Vale FC. Recently, it has been the filming location of the Great Pottery Throwdown on BBC one.
Middleport Pottery's factory tours offer a unique opportunity to experience traditional handcraft methods unchanged since the 1880s. Other attractions include a fully restored steam engine, Burleigh factory shop, canal-side cafe, Victorian Offices and Grade II listed bottle kiln. Link