Real nameSteve Rowland
Age36 (Born 02 Nov, 1981)
Height5ft 1in (1.55m)
Weight12st 4lb (78kg)
Place of birthWrexham


Southport 01 Aug, 06 31 May, 11 32 (2)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Port Vale 01 Aug, 01 01 Aug, 06 Youth 103 (18)16 (2)00 (1)05 (1)0
Totals   £0 135 (20)16 (2)00 (1)05 (1)0
Goals per Game    0.00 0 n/a 0

Games played by Steve Rowland in 2001/2002

Football League Div 2Sa 27Oct 2001Wigan0 - 1Port Vale
Football League TropTu 30Oct 2001Rochdale1 - 2Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 03Nov 2001Port Vale1 - 0Bury
Football League Div 2Sa 10Nov 2001Brighton1 - 0Port Vale
English FA CupSa 17Nov 2001Port Vale3 - 0Aylesbury
Football League Div 2Tu 20Nov 2001Bournemouth0 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 24Nov 2001Port Vale1 - 1Huddersfield
Football League Div 2Sa 01Dec 2001Port Vale1 - 1Blackpool
Football League TropTu 04Dec 2001Hull2 - 1Port Vale
English FA CupSa 08Dec 2001Cardiff3 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 15Dec 2001Tranmere3 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Fr 21Dec 2001Oldham2 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2We 26Dec 2001Port Vale1 - 0Bristol C
Football League Div 2Sa 29Dec 2001Port Vale3 - 1Colchester
1 goal1
Football League Div 2Tu 01Jan 2002Reading2 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 12Jan 2002Port Vale2 - 1Brentford
Football League Div 2Sa 19Jan 2002Notts Co1 - 3Port Vale
Football League Div 2Tu 22Jan 2002Port Vale3 - 2Oldham
Football League Div 2Sa 02Feb 2002Port Vale1 - 1Wycombe
Football League Div 2Su 10Feb 2002Stoke0 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2We 13Feb 2002Cambridge U0 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 16Feb 2002Port Vale4 - 1Chesterfield
Football League Div 2Sa 23Feb 2002Port Vale1 - 0QPR
Football League Div 2Tu 26Feb 2002Northampton1 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 02Mar 2002Swindon3 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 09Mar 2002Port Vale1 - 1Tranmere
Football League Div 2Sa 16Mar 2002Blackpool4 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 23Mar 2002Bury1 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 30Mar 2002Port Vale1 - 0Wigan


Match in Focus


Real Madrid v Levante

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Real Madrid have failed to score in four successive matches
Expert verdict
Real Madrid need to get back to winning ways but they may struggle to see off improving Levante, who have won their last two games, against Alaves and Getafe. Levante will be buoyed by the pair of draws they chalked up against Real last season, though this term they have the third-worst defence in La Liga.


Whether it's the Johnstone's Paint Trophy or the Champions League, Soccerbase will ensure you don't experience a big cup upset


Agonising over Aberdeen?
Yearning for Yeovil? Our database is crammed with every football club you could possibly wish for


A plethora of players ranging from Adebayor to Zamora. All you need to know to find out who is the best bet to score next


From Allardyce to Zola, our massive manager database, with histories and win ratios, is sure to get your vote of confidence


Card-happy control freak?
Astute arbiter? Make the right decision on any referee with the help of our specialist pages