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Please find brief travel details and directions for Boro away games below.
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This page covers our opponents names that start with A-G and they are listed in alphabetical order.
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ALDERSHOT TOWN – High Street, Aldershot, Hants, GU11 1TW.

Directions By Road
M40 south, exit at Junction 1A and join the M25(S) southbound.
Exit the M25 at Junction 12 and join the M3 westbound (signposted Southampton).
Leave the M3 at Junction 4 and take the A331 towards Farnborough / Aldershot.
Continue towards Aldershot passing the North Camp turn off.
Exit the A331 at the next junction (Aldershot South) and turn right at the roundabout towards Aldershot Town Centre (A323).
Keep straight on at the traffic lights and you will pass Manor Park on the left.
Continue under the railway bridge and turn right at the next roundabout (Ordnance Road), the ground is then on your right.

There is little parking available at the ground itself.
Most fans tend to park in one of the many pay & display car parks, located around the town centre.

Directions By Train
Aldershot station is less than a ten minute walk away from the ground. Upon leaving the train station, go down the station approach and turn right into Windsor Way. Continue down Windsor Way passing the Holy Trinity Church on your left. The road bends to the left and leads into Victoria Road. Turn right along Victoria Road and at the bottom of the road you will see floodlights of the Recreation Ground in front of you.

ALFRETON TOWN – North Street, Alfreton, Derbys (NB. use Grange Street, DE55 7JA for visitors coach & car parking).

Directions By Road
From the M1, leave at junction 28 onto the A38 towards Derby.
Follow for two-miles then take the slip road onto the B600.
Turn right at main road towards the town centre.
After half-a-mile, pass the Catholic Church on your left and continue past North Street.
Take the third left into Alma Street and continue on to Grange Street.
Please note that visitors coach and car parking is available at Alfreton Grange Arts College, Grange Street, DE55 7JA.

Directions By Train
Leaving the station approach, turn right on Mansfield Road and up the hill towards the town centre.
Take the second turn left onto Prospect Street (post office on left corner, chip shop on right).
Continue for full length of Prospect Street.
At the top, cross Nottingham Road on a light-controlled pedestrian crossing and turn right.
Continue on the main road past North Street and Alma Street is the third road on your left.
The visitors turnstiles are a short walk down Alma Street on your left.
Approximate walking time from the station is 15 minutes.

ALTRINCHAM – Moss Lane, Altrincham, Cheshire WA15 8AP

Directions By Road
Leave the M6 at Junction 19, and take the A556 towards Manchester Airport. At the large roundabout junction with the M56, turn right onto the M56, still heading towards Manchester Airport. Leave the M56 at Junction 6 and take the A538 towards Hale Barns/Altrincham. After two miles (in which you will have passed through Hale Barns) you will go through the traffic lights that is the junction with the A5144 (Delahays Road). After these traffic lights take the third right into Westminster Road. Carry straight on down Westminster Road, which becomes Bancroft Road and then Moss Lane. The ground is down on the right.

Directions By Train
Altrincham train station is served by trains from Manchester Piccadilly and normally takes around 25 minutes. Alternatively you can also get the Metrolink tram from both Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria main line stations. There is a frequent service to Altrincham and the journey time is around 30 minutes. The ground is around a 15-20 minute walk away from Altrincham station (Interchange). Exit the Interchange via the main entrance (there is a clock tower in front of the main entrance) and take the first left into Moss Lane. Then just keep going straight down Moss Lane and you will eventually come to the ground on your left.

BRAINTREE TOWN – Clockhouse Way, Braintree, Essex CM7 3RD.

Directions By Road
Leave the M11 at junction 8 and take the A120 east towards Colchester.
Follow the A120 for 16 miles until you reach the ‘Galley’s Corner’ roundabout (with McDonalds on your right).
Take the first exit into Cressing Road.
After three quarters of a mile turn left into Clockhouse Way (sign posted Braintree Town FC) and then first left again for the ground.
There is a small car park at the ground, otherwise use street parking.

Directions By Train
Braintree station is situated just under a mile away from the ground and it takes around 20 minutes to walk. It is served by trains from London Liverpool Street. Exit the station and turn right along the Station Approach. Cross Rose Hill at the pedestrian crossing into Railway Road. Turn right at the traffic lights into Trinovantian Way. This becomes Manor Street and then Lakes Road. After the ‘Sportsmans’ Snooker Club turn left into Chapel Hill. At the triangular junction bear right into Cressing Road and then turn right into Clockhouse Way. Soon after the right angled bend there is an unmarked road to the right, the ground is at the end of this cul-de-sac.

BRISTOL ROVERS – Filton Avenue, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 0BF.

Directions By Road
Exit M5 at junction 16 (Signposted Filton) and join the A38 (South) towards Bristol City Centre. The ground is about five miles down the A38. You will pass the large British Aerospace works and further on, you will pass on your left the Inn on the Green and the Gloucester pubs. You then pass the Wellington pub on your right and continuing along the A38 Gloucester Road, turn left into Filton Avenue. The entrance to the Club car park is the second right down this road. There is a fair amount of street parking around the sides and back of the Wellington pub.

Directions By Train
The nearest railway station is Filton Abbey Wood, which is approximately 1.5 miles or a 20-25 minutes walk away from the ground. More than likely though you will end up at Bristol Parkway station which is about 2 miles away from the ground so you are probably best to use a taxi or alternatively use buses 73, 73A or 73B which run from the railway station past the Memorial Stadium.

CHESTER FC – Bumpers Lane, Chester, CH1 4LT.

Directions By Road
The ground is located out of town on an industrial estate.
Exit the M6 at Junction 10A and join the M54.
Exit the M54 at junction 3 and take the A41 signposted Newport and Whitchurch.
Stay on the A41 until you reach the A55 Chester by-pass.
Go straight on (staying on the A41) and then join the A51 Boughton Road, follow this road until the roundabout with the A483.
Turn right on to the A483 and then left on to the A548 Sealand Road.
As you reach the Sealand Industrial Estate turn left into Bumpers Lane, the stadium is at the bottom of this road.
There is a large car park at the stadium.

Directions By Train
Chester railway station is over two miles from the ground, so it is probably best to use a taxi to get to the ground.
If walking from the train station it will take approximately 30 minutes.
Leave the station by the main exit opposite the Town Crier, and turn right into Station Road. Head between the Egerton Arms and the Railway Inn, and at the end of the street enter the underpass. In the underpass look for the first exit and then steps signed for Frodsham Street. Head towards the Oddfellows Arms but just before the bridge turn right into Gorse Stacks. When reaching the crossroads by the Bull & Stirrup go straight over into Canal Street and on under the dual carriageway ring road. At the next junction turn left, past Telford’s Warehouse on the right hand side, and over the canal. The road then divides. Take the right hand option, South View Road. At the T-junction at the end of South View Road turn right. You are now in Sealand Road. Carry along Sealand Road for half a mile or so until you see Bumpers Lane on your left. Around half a mile down Bumpers Lane you’ll reach the stadium.

DOVER ATHLETIC – Lewisham Road, River, Dover, Kent, CT17 0JB

Directions By Road
Leave the M25 at Junction 2 and take the A2 then the M2 towards Dover. On the outskirts of Dover on the A2 again, you will reach a roundabout, that has a McDonalds on your left. At this roundabout take the fourth exit onto Whitfield Hill, signposted Dover North/River. At the bottom of this road you will reach another roundabout, where you take the first exit onto London Road, going towards Dover Town Centre. At the next set of traffic lights, you make a 180 degree right turn (so you are almost coming back on yourself) onto Crabble Road. After passing under a railway bridge the entrance to the grounds is further down on the left. There is free parking available at the rugby ground, inside the entrance.

Directions By Train
The nearest railway station is Kearsney which is around a 15 minute walk away from the ground. This station is served by trains from London Victoria and Dover Priory, although not all trains stop at this station, so check beforehand.

Dover Priory railway station is also served by trains from London St Pancras and Charing Cross. However, the station is over two miles away from the ground, so either take another train to Kearnsey or take a taxi up to the Crabble grounds.

If walking from Kearnsey to the ground, then on exiting the station entrance turn right and walk down to the end of the station approach road. At the bottom of this road turn right, proceed under the railway bridge and take the next left into Lower Road (signposted River). Continue along Lower Road, passing the Dublin Man O War pub on your left and at the bottom of Lower Road (with the river on your left), turn left at the t-junction. Follow the road alongside the river passing the Crabble Mill on your left. At the end of this road turn right into Crabble Road and the entrance to the grounds is up on the left.

EASTLEIGH – Ten Acres, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 9HT

Directions By Road
Leave the M27 at Junction 5 and take the Stoneham Lane exit towards Eastleigh. You will pass the back of stadium on your left. Continue to the end of the road and at the roundabout go completely around the roundabout to come back on yourself, back towards the motorway. Just as you pass the Concorde Club on your left turn right into Stoneham Lane. The entrance to the ground is around the bend on the left. There is a good sized car park at the ground which holds 500 cars.

Directions By Train
The closest station to the stadium is Southampton Airport Parkway. Southampton Airport Parkway station is served by trains from Southampton & London Waterloo.
It is around a 20 minute walk to the ground from the railway station. Turn right out of the main entrance and proceed along the road, passing the University of Southampton sports fields on your left. Then take the next left hand turn and follow the road through the Lakeside Country Park. At the end of this road continue straight along the pathway at the back of the car park and this will bring you out at the top of Stoneham Lane near to the Concorde Club. Cross the pedestrian crossing in front of you and turn left along Stoneham Lane. You will reach the entrance to the stadium further down on the left. Please note though that there is no street lighting through the park, so this route may be unsuitable at night.

FOREST GREEN ROVERS – The New Lawn, Nympsfield Road, Nailsworth, GL6 0ET (NB. use this postcode for Sat-Navs).

Directions By Road – When planning a trip here don’t try and find Forest Green on your road map, look up Nailsworth, south of Stroud in Gloucestershire. The best way to approach is from the M5 and exit at junction 13 and head for Stroud on the A419. At Stroud turn onto the A46 towards Nailsworth. This will bring you into the centre of the town, when you reach the Information Centre take the first right at the mini roundabout which goes up a steep hill sign posted Forest Green. The Lawn is at the top of this hill. Turn left at the roundabout at the ‘summit’ into the Club car park, which holds 250 cars.

Directions By Train – There is no railway station in Nailsworth itself. The nearest is in Stroud which is 3 miles away. Therefore consider getting a taxi from the station to the ground and booking one back for your return. Otherwise you can also take a bus from Stroud to Nailsworth (Stagecoach numbers 93 & 46), this journey takes approximately 30 minutes. The bus station is behind Merrywalks Shopping Centre. Route 46 departs from bus stop M. Ask the driver to let you off at Beechwood Close in Nailsworth. It is then a 4 minute walk to the ground.

GATESHEAD – The International Stadium, Neilson Road, Gateshead, NE10 0EF.

Directions By Road
(Quickest route):
At the end of the A1(M) Junction 65, take the A194(M) towards South Shields. At the end of the A194(M) take the A184 towards Gateshead. The stadium is situated three miles further along this road on the right hand side.

(Taking in the Angel of the North):
Leave the A1 at the A167 turn off and take the A167 towards Gateshead South. You will pass the Angel of the North on your left hand side. On reaching the large roundabout at the junction with the A184, turn right onto the A184 itself. The stadium is further down the A184 on the left hand side.

There are car parks on the stadium site.

Directions By Train / Metro
The stadium has its own Metro stop called Gateshead Stadium, which is a five minute walk away. This stop is around a ten minute journey away from Newcastle Central railway station, which is also the nearest mainline station. Trains for Gateshead Stadium are bound for South Shields. As you come out of Gateshead Stadium Metro station turn right and at the traffic lights, turn right again into Park Road. Cross over a pedestrian footbridge to reach the other side of the road and at the next set of traffic lights, turn left. The stadium entrance is down on the right.

GRIMSBY TOWN – Blundell Park, Cleethorpes, DN35 7PY.

Directions By Road
The ground is on the A180 which runs between Grimsby & Cleethorpes. Cleethorpes is well signposted from Grimsby town centre.
At the end of the M180 continue along the A180 towards Grimsby. After around 14 miles you will near Grimsby town centre. Continue along the A180 following signs for Cleethorpes. On reaching a McDonalds sign on your left and the Blundell Park Hotel on your right, turn left into Imperial Avenue for the Club entrance.
There is no car park at the ground, therefore only street parking. As you drive along the A180 towards the ground, the home end appears first, then after the McDonalds is the away end.

Directions By Train
Cleethorpes railway station is about a mile from the ground and takes around 15-20 minutes to walk. Exit the station and turn right; then turn left onto Station Road. At the end of Station Road turn right onto the High Street. Follow this road down to the roundabout; where you turn right onto the Grimsby road (A180). Continue straight for approximately half a mile and you will see the floodlights of the ground on your right. Turn right into Neville Street and then left onto Harrington Street; entrance to the Osmond Stand for away fans is on the left.

Alternatively you can walk to the ground along the sea front. Cleethorpes train station, is located near the sea front, so on leaving the station turn so that you are facing the sea, and then proceed left along the front. Just keep straight on until you reach the ground where on your left there is a footbridge that goes over the railway. Proceed over the footbridge and you will find yourself right outside the away end turnstiles.

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1 Barnet 39 75
2 Bristol Rovers 39 74
3 Macclesfield Town 39 71
4 Grimsby Town 38 69
5 Forest Green Rovers 39 69
6 Eastleigh 38 64
7 Gateshead FC 37 60
8 Woking 38 59
9 FC Halifax Town 37 59
10 Dover Athletic 37 53
11 Chester FC 39 53
12 Kidderminster Harriers 39 52
13 Lincoln City FC 38 52
14 Wrexham 36 50
15 Braintree Town 38 49
16 Altrincham 39 49
17 Torquay United 37 47
18 Aldershot Town 39 45
19 Southport 38 41
20 Alfreton Town 38 41
21 Welling United 38 37
22 Dartford 37 32
23 Nuneaton Town 38 32
24 AFC Telford Utd 39 26

Last updated Tuesday 17th March, 21:48