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Established
1908 (112 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Victoria Park
(7,856 Capacity)

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Location
Hartlepool, England

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English National League

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Hartlepool United Football Club is an association football club based in Hartlepool, England. The club plays in League Two, the fourth tier in the English football league system, since being relegated in the 2012–13 season. Hartlepool play their home games at Victoria Park, which is situated on the town's Clarence Road. The club was founded in 1908 as Hartlepools United Football Athletic Company. Until 2007 their main local rivals were Darlington F.C., but that club entered into administration in 2012, and the local rival is now considered to be York City F.C..

Hartlepool is known for its association with Brian Clough who began his managerial career at the club in 1965 and is widely considered to be one of the greatest English football managers of all time. Under Cyril Knowles' management the club won promotion to the Third Division in 1990. Hartlepool's greatest moment occurred in 2005 when they narrowly missed promotion to The Championship.

The club has received media attention in recent years when the team mascot "H'Angus the Monkey" was elected mayor during the 2002 Hartlepool Council election. The club receives vocal support from Jeff Stelling, the presenter of Sky Sports' Soccer Saturday.

Team Members
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Neil
Austin



Jonathan
Barber



Matthew
Bates



Zak
Boagey



Jake
Cassidy



Sam
Collins



Jack
Compton



Ryan
Donaldson



Michael
Duckworth



Nicky
Featherstone



Bradley
Fewster



Jonathan
Franks



Kieran
Green



Marlon
Harewood



Lewis
Hawkins



Darren
Holden



Luke
James



Scott
Loach



Tommy
Miller



Jack
Munns



Josh
Nearney



Conor
Newton



Liam
Noble



Rhyss
Oates



Stuart
Parnaby



Andy
Rafferty



Jordan
Richards



Nialle
Rodney



Josh
Rowbotham



Greg
Rutherford



Connor
Smith



Macauley
Southam



Michael
Woods


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Stadium or Home

Victoria Park is a 7,856 capacity football ground in Hartlepool, County Durham, England and it is the home of Football League Two club Hartlepool United.

The four sides of the ground are known as the Town End Terrace (official capacity - 1,775), the Niramax Stand (official capacity - 1,617 seated and 1,832 terraced standing), the Cyril Knowles Stand (official capacity - 1,599) and the Rink End (official capacity - 1,033). The Town End Terrace is a standing area behind the south goal, it is usually the most vocal area of the ground. The Niramax Stand (formerly the Millhouse Stand) is an all seating stand with a terraced paddock and it is located at the west side of the ground. The Cyril Knowles Stand is a modern all seater stand that is located on the east of the ground. The Rink End is also an all-seater stand containing 1,033 seats, however this is the only stand containing some areas with an obscured view of the pitch, due to a number of supporting pillars. The Rink End is located at the north end of the ground and houses only away fans.

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