Foundation work earns praise off both Askey and Legge7 Hours ago
The Port Vale Foundation has been praised by both Vale boss John Askey and club captain Leon Legge for the work that the club are doing in the community during the current coronavirus pandemic.
Colin Garlick- “Carol said that she wouldn’t have bought the football club if it weren’t for me - that makes me immensely proud”22 May 2020
Episode 3 of ‘The Renaissance’ - Chief Executive
EFL Statement: Coronavirus Update21 May 2020
The EFL Board met yesterday to consider the feedback and subsequent implications of last week’s Divisional Club meetings, as the League continues to address the many complex financial and operational...
MIND: Mental Health week survey21 May 2020
Mind have told us that people are more likely to experience mental health problems during national emergencies, and people who already have mental health problems can be the most affected.
Legge says the club can push on next season20 May 2020
Port Vale captain Leon Legge has said that the club can build on the foundations created during the 2019/20 season and push on for another successful campaign next time round.
2019/2020 Retained List18 May 2020
Port Vale Football Club announces the list of players who will be released in June, those retained for next season and those offered further terms of reengagement.
Askey talks about the conclusion of League Two18 May 2020
Port Vale boss John Askey shared his thoughts on the League Two season coming to an end whilst the Valiants were in such a good vein of form.
Top tips from Keele University to help you through the COVID crisis18 May 2020
Are you over 70 and staying at home? Do you have joint pain or health conditions? Keele University has some top tips to help you through the COVID crisis.
EFL Statement: 2019/20 League Two season concludes15 May 2020
Representatives of League One and League Two Clubs have met today by division where they have shared a wide range of comprehensive views in respect of how the 2019/20 season is concluded.
RIP Michael Dowd14 May 2020
Mick passed away on 9th May 2020 aged 73 after a long illness.
Mark Porter: “We all stood up, looked at one another and said ‘this is it, we’re back’."14 May 2020
Over the following weeks various members of the backroom staff will be explaining to us what life is like inside the walls of Vale Park, and how the club has transformed over the past 12 months under...