Posts Tagged "Northwich Victoria"

Match Of The Week: Northwich Victoria 1-0 Charlton

By on Nov 8, 2009 in English League Football, Latest, Non-League | 10 comments

Whilst it is normal for one or two Football League clubs to be given a bloody nose by a non-league club at some point during the early rounds of the FA Cup, predicting where this will happen is a slightly trickier business. Yesterday, ITV went with the “romance of the cup” and saw Norwich put seven goals past a Paulton Rovers side whose defence’s...

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Vics Back From The Brink. Again.

By on Jun 8, 2009 in Finance, Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

Football supporters perusing the website of the commercial and retail property company GVA Grimley might have recently spotted something that would take their fancy. “The property comprises a purpose built non-league football stadium. The stadium, its immediate surroundings and surfaced car parking stand on 1.93 hectares (4.78 acres) of the site. The remainder...

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Sitting Tenants

By on Jan 17, 2009 in Finance, Non-League | 4 comments

It was one of those facts that everyone knew. The Drill Field, home of Northwich Victoria, was the oldest continually used football stadium in the world. Indeed, the Vics even managed a couple of years in the Football League there in the 1890s. However, they decided to leave for a new stadium, The Victoria Stadium, in 2005, and it’s probably fair to say that...

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