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Record vs Boro'


* league games only

Result By Result (Boro' Scoring First)

21 Oct 1995FA Cup R4Q3-1
02 Apr 1994Diadora League Premier Division4-0
26 Oct 1993Diadora League Premier Division1-0
27 Mar 1993Diadora League Premier Division1-3
07 Nov 1992Diadora League Premier Division2-1

Players For Us... And Them

Paul BarrowcliffProfile
Stuart BeevorProfile
Mike BignallProfile
Corey BrowneProfile
Neil CatlinProfile
Robert CodnerProfile
Steve ConroyProfile
Steve CoxProfile
Dean CracknellProfile
Gary CrawshawProfile
Joe GallenProfile
Dave GreeneProfile
Kelly HaagProfile
Bobby HightonProfile
Tony JoyceProfile
Robert KeanProfile
Warren KellyProfile
Ian KingProfile
Rob MarshallProfile
Richard NugentProfile
Gary PhillipsProfile
Dwayne PlummerProfile
Gary SchillaciProfile
Tyron SealeyProfile
Peter ShadboltProfile
Jason SolomanProfile
Neil TrebbleProfile
Kenny WebsterProfile
Richard WilmotProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

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Pre-Match Pint:

All information correct at time of writing.

Travel Information

Distance (By Road):

52 miles

Car Route
By Road:

At time of writing, Aylesbury is not your destination - instead, you will be heading for Thame. There are a couple of viable route options when you come to plan your journey, with this being our preferred one.

Go south on the A1(M) to Hatfield and exit after the tunnel for the A414. Stay on the A414 as far as St Albans, before heading towards Watford as you will be looking to join the M25.

You'll come onto the M25 at Junction 21a, but you'll be exiting not long after - at Junction 20 for the A41, in fact. Now, take the A41 towards Aylesbury and go through the town itself.

If it's any help, aim for the railway station as you want the A418 that will ultimately take you towards Thame. There will be a number of roundabouts, but you'll be travelling for around six-or-so miles after clearing the centre of Aylesbury. After that distance, go left at the roundabout onto the A4129 and you'll find the ground on the left.


AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

Where To Park?:

The car park at the ground isn't the largest in the world, but it should be able to cater for your needs if you're making the trip by car. Otherwise, you might find street parking available in the nearby residential area.

Train Route
By Train:


Thame itself hasn't seen a passenger train run through it since 1963, which leaves Haddenham and Thame Parkway as your nearest option. It's a two-mile walk if you're that keen and relatively simple.

Leave the station from its main entrance and head down Thame Road. When this reaches Aylesbury Road, continue in the same direction and go left when you reach the roundabout.


National Rail | TfL Journey Planner

All information correct at time of writing.