Staines Town Club Profile

Last Updated: 04 November 2021

Boro’ have met Staines Town just one more time since our promotion from the Diadora League Premier Division in 1994. That extra slide of Swans action came courtesy of the 1995-6 FA Cup Third Qualifying Round. It ended a run of three games without a win too; Boro’ coming out on top by two goals. The Swans did make it up to Conference South in 2009 for six seasons. But they’ve since gone back down to the Isthmian League.

Staines Town: The Facts

Staines Town: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
7 2 2 3 11 10 1 5 29%

* league points only

Staines Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 07 October 1995

Saturday 01 May 1993

Monday 22 March 1993

Saturday 23 April 1988

Monday 29 February 1988

Tuesday 24 February 1987

Saturday 08 November 1986


Players For Us... and Them

Gary Crawshaw Profile
Jermaine Hunter Profile
Jefferson Louis Profile
Gary MacDonald Profile
Tyrone Marsh Profile
Dwayne Plummer Profile
Danny Potter Profile
Ian Richardson Profile
Andre Scarlett Profile
Robin Shroot Profile
Tim Sills Profile
Errol Telemaque Profile
Terence Vancooten Profile
Dean Wells Profile
Calum Willock Profile


Staines Town Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Ticket Info

Pre-Match Pints


Staines Town Travel Information – Distance: 46 miles

By Road

Make use of the A1(M)-M25 combination to take yourself counter-clockwise. Come off at Junction 13 and take the B376 (third exit) from the roundabout. Shortly afterwards, it’s the first exit you’ll need to take the B376 Wraysbury Road back across the M25. Stay on the B376 as you enter Staines-on-Thames, bearing left for the A308 High Street and passing the Mercure hotel on your right.

Go straight onto the B376 and turn right onto Wheatsheaf Lane after nearly a mile.

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The ground has a modest car park – but it should be more than adequate.

By Rail

Station: STAINES

Head south on Gresham Road out onto Laleham Road and turn left. Continue on until Wheatsheaf Road appears on the right.

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