Croxley Green

Club Profile

First Played: 1976

Win Rate: n/a

Last Updated: 31 October 2022

Boro’ came up against Croxley Green during our maiden season as a football club; securing victory in the Herts County Youth Cup.


Croxley Green: The Facts

Croxley Green Community Centre,
Community Way, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth WD3 3SU


Who are Croxley Green?

It’s a good question and we thank you for asking. We think our history with them is restricted to just one meeting; the Herts County Youth Cup encounter that occurred in 1976. We’ve not had much joy in finding out who they were, however. A good amount of water has since passed under the bridge. Youth football is a lot more volatile compared to senior football. Teams come and go. That said, we do know there is a side who still play under the same name. And youth football is still very much their bag. Yet, their badge suggests a formation date of 2015. So…

We even have evidence of a ‘first’ team going under the CG banner. Look close enough and you’ll be able to catch them in Division Three of the Herts Senior County League.

Croxley Green: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
Overall 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0%
Home 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0%
Away 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0%
League 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0%
Cup 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 0%

* league points only

Croxley Green: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Sunday 24 October 1976

No Players

How to get to Croxley Green – Travel Information – Distance: 26 miles

By Road

For those of you in the know, Croxley Green sits just outside of Rickmansworth. So, that means interacting with the M25 to get there. That’s not our fault. To get started, then, head south on the A1(M) from Stevenage. Our preferred route is to then come off just after the Hatfield Tunnel and use the A414/A405 North Orbital Road to join the M25 at Junction 21a. You can obviously head straight down the A1(M) to the M25 if you want.

A shorter route (by distance) actually avoids the M25 and instead plunders straight down the A405 into Watford. It feels like a gamble when it comes to the time it’ll take, however.

So, assuming you’re taking the M25, go anti-clockwise around to Junction 18. Turn left at the end of the slip road – the A404 towards Rickmansworth. Stay on the A404 until you get into the centre of the town, before forking left at the roundabout to join the A412. Stick with the A412 for about a mile until you get to a roundabout. Here, take exit two to go straight on to The Green (the A412 will continue on to the right).

Half a mile up the road, turn right into New Road. It’s another half a mile until you need to turn left onto Barton Way. You’ll find this just after passing a pharmacy on your right. Shortly after, you’ll feel like you’re doubling back thanks to a left hand turn onto Community Way.

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The club has a modest car park onsite. No doubt you’ll also be able to find on-street parking nearby if needs be.

By Rail

Station: CROXLEY

Croxley is a station served by the Metropolitan Line of the London Underground. It’s a bit of a faff from Stevenage as a result, but doable nonetheless. And it’s not a hellish walk from the station either.

Come out of the station and turn right onto the A412. Just before The Red House pub, turn right into New Road. Go along here and you’ll soon have two options. You can either turn right into Barton Way and then left into Community Way. Or you can keep going along New Road until you see the Co-op on your left. Just after this, there will be a cut-through on the right through to the ground.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner