1st Team
Sat 23 Sep 2023
Goole AFC : FA Vase
Northwich Victoria Football Club
1st Team
D Switters (8'), M Perry (51')

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Pete Tonge21 Sep 2023 - 09:58
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Goole AFC Awayday :
Goole AFC were formed in 1997 a year after the demise of Goole Town FC which left the town of Goole without a football club. That first season ended with Goole crowned as Champions of the Central Midlands Premier Division with statistics of Won 27, Drawn 4 and just 1 loss. They were then promoted the following season to The Northern Counties East League. In Goole’s first season in the Northern Counties East League they won both the Wilkinson Sword Trophy and the Division One title, earning promotion to the Premier Division. In 2004/05, the club won the Premier Division, earning promotion to Division One of the Northern Premier League. In 2006–07 they won the West Riding County Cup.[ League restructuring at the end of the season saw the club placed in Division One South for the 2007/08 season, and they remained in the division until being transferred to Division One North in 2012. Although they were moved back to Division One South the following season, the club were transferred to Division One North again in 2016.[ After finishing second-from-bottom of the division in 2016/17 the club were due to be relegated until being reprieved when Ilkeston were excluded from the league.[
The 2017/18 season saw Goole finish bottom of Division One North, resulting in relegation to the Premier Division of the Northern Counties East League. The club finished second-from-bottom of the Premier Division last season but received another relegation reprieve after Hemsworth Miners Welfare were demoted.

At time of writing , they lie 18th in the League with just 4 points from 6 matches, having lost their last match 4 - 1 against Pickering Town.


Goole AFC play at : The Victoria Pleasure Grounds,
Marcus Street
DN14 6SL

Directions : Leave the M62 at J36 and follow signs to Goole town centre. Turn right at the second set of traffic lights onto Boothferry Road, turn right again after 300 yards onto Carter Street and the ground is at the end of the road. Parking is on street

If you’re arriving by train, Goole Station is just 1/4 mile from the ground. Turn right out of the station onto Boothferry Road, left onto Montague Street, right onto Cross Gordon Street, then left onto Gordon Street which becomes Marcus Street and the ground is on the left.


The Vikings Bar is located at the far end of the main stand and is open before, during and after the game, serving Fosters and Strongbow Dark Fruit on draught, along with a selection of bottled beers, ciders, cans, spirits, soft drinks and snacks. Please note that

Victoria Pleasure Ground Snack bar is now operated independently to the football club and the club receives no revenue from the sales made. No consultation took place with the club and as such we have no control over the prices charged or the quality of food on offer. AFC Goole urge all supporters to use our own snack bar, which will be operating from the portakabin, serving hot and cold drinks and a variety of snacks, unfortunately no cooked food will be available.Soft drinks, crisps and chocolate bars can also be purchased from the bar.


Admission Prices - Cup Games

Adults - £6.00
Concessions - £4.00*
Juniors (U18’s) - £3.00

* Aged 60 or above.
Payment may be made by card or cash

Goole AFC

Goole AFC

Victoria Pleasure Grounds
Marcus Street
East Riding of Yorkshire
DN14 6TN

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Sat 23 Sep 2023




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