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About Robbie Williams
The popstar is a lifelong Port Vale supporter having grown up in the Red Lion pub near to Port Vale’s Vale Park stadium.
During the height of Take That’s fame, the wearing of a Port Vale shirt by the popstar helped to significantly increase sales in the club shop.
Williams has also appeared several times in a Port Vale shirt notably during a testimonial game for long-serving defender Neil Aspin.
The lifelong Vale supporter, became a majority stakeholder in the club in 2006 and he proxied his voting rights to the Supporters Club when fans tried to oust the unpopular Port Vale board.
Port Vale FC have confirmed that the Robbie Williams “homecoming” concert due to take place this summer has been cancelled.
Port Vale FC’s social media accounts have hinted at news regarding Robbie Williams’ future involvement with the club.
Robbie Williams to play Vale Park concert: Port Vale’s most famous fan is finally set to perform live at the Vale Park stadium.
If you are wondering who does Robbie Williams support – then read on for information on the world famous pop star – and his connection to the Valiants.
Long-serving Port Vale kitman Stan “Stan the man” Nicholls has passed some more of his anecdotes onto OVF. In his latest anecdotes, Stan recalls the Vale players’ instant respect for John Rudge, an unfortunate car journey and a kick around with a famous fan…
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says it is a damning indictment of the board that the completion of the vital revenue-generating Robbie Williams restaurant suite is now more than four years late. In this column, Rob explains how an influential football reports backs up his view that off-field development is vital […]
Port Vale have confirmed that popstar Robbie Williams has bought an unspecified stake in the football club. The announcement appeared on the club’s official website on Monday although there is no information on the amount invested. No one shareholder can own more than 25% of the shares available in the club so Williams’ stake is […]