Real nameSteve Rowland
Age37 (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 2002/2003

Football League Div 2Sa 24Aug 2002Port Vale0 - 1Stockport
Football League Div 2Mo 26Aug 2002Wigan0 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 31Aug 2002Port Vale1 - 0Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 14Sep 2002Port Vale1 - 0Colchester
Football League Div 2Tu 17Sep 2002Port Vale3 - 2Notts Co
Football League Div 2Sa 21Sep 2002Blackpool3 - 2Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 28Sep 2002Port Vale2 - 3Bristol C
Football League Div 2Sa 05Oct 2002Huddersfield2 - 2Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 12Oct 2002Port Vale1 - 1Oldham
Football League Div 2Sa 19Oct 2002Brentford1 - 1Port Vale
Football League TropTu 22Oct 2002Port Vale3 - 1Hull
Football League Div 2Sa 26Oct 2002Port Vale1 - 2Crewe
Football League Div 2Tu 29Oct 2002Cheltenham0 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 02Nov 2002Port Vale0 - 0QPR
Football League Div 2Sa 09Nov 2002Luton0 - 0Port Vale
Football League TropTu 12Nov 2002Port Vale1 - 1Chesterfield
Football League Div 2Sa 14Dec 2002Wycombe3 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 21Dec 2002Port Vale1 - 2Plymouth
Football League Div 2Th 26Dec 2002Port Vale0 - 1Wigan
Football League Div 2Sa 28Dec 2002Barnsley2 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2We 01Jan 2003Stockport1 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 01Feb 2003Tranmere1 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 08Feb 2003Port Vale1 - 2Luton
Football League Div 2Tu 11Feb 2003Port Vale5 - 2Chesterfield
Football League Div 2Sa 15Feb 2003QPR4 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Tu 25Feb 2003Port Vale0 - 2Cardiff
Football League Div 2Sa 01Mar 2003Colchester4 - 1Port Vale


Match in Focus


Ireland v N Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Ireland have two clean sheets in nine home games
Expert verdict
This will be a friendly in name only and looks set to conjure up goals in the first Irish derby since 2011. Both sides are out of form and bottom of their Nations League groups but will be motivated to perform under the lights of the Aviva Stadium. The return of Kyle Lafferty should be a big boost for the visitors.


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