Maidenhead United: Club Profile

With four wins from four, Boro’ have a strong record to protect the next time we come up against Maidenhead United. The Magpies are not a side we’ve come up against since the 1992-3 campaign, however. Well, not in a competitive fixture. But that’s not something we should take for granted.


The Facts

Maidenhead United: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Maidenhead United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 04 April 1992

Monday 09 March 1992

Saturday 28 February 1987

Saturday 24 January 1987


Players For Us... and Them

Ben AbbeyProfile
Rocky BaptisteProfile
Sam BeasantProfile
Stuart BeevorProfile
Bobby BehzadiProfile
Dale BinnsProfile
Jack BradshawProfile
Nathan BunceProfile
DJ CampbellProfile
Jake CassidyProfile
Neil CatlinProfile
Josh ClarkeProfile
Dean CracknellProfile
Shaun DonnellanProfile
John DreyerProfile
Ian FergussonProfile
Sam HattonProfile
Jermaine HunterProfile
Jake HydeProfile
Jesse JoronenProfile
Lee KerseyProfile
Dwane LeeProfile
Jefferson LouisProfile
Richard PacquetteProfile
Neville RoachProfile
Tyron SealeyProfile
Kieron St AimieProfile
Anthony ThomasProfile
Martin WilliamsProfile
Phil WilsonProfile


Maidenhead United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints


Maidenhead United Travel Information – Distance: 49 miles

By Road

Make your way down the A1(M) and around the M25 to Junction 15 for the M4. Take the M4 west towards Reading and Wales, but relax – you ain’t going that far. Instead, you’re only travelling as far as Junction 8/9 before coming off the motorway.

At the roundabout at the top of the slip road, take the third exit. This brings you onto the A308(M) for the centre of Maidenhead. At the end of this rather short motorway, take the first exit at the roundabout for the A308. After a mile, take the third exit.

Go past the retail park on your left and down towards another roundabout. Just before you get here, however, take the sharp left onto Forlease Road. Head under the railway bridge and take the first exit at the next roundabout. The ground is along here on the left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Only players and officials are able to park at the ground on a matchday. And there’s no street parking close by either. So, you should use one of the many local car parks in the town. A list of these can be found on the Magpies’ website.

By Rail


It shouldn’t matter too much which side of the station you exit. Just make sure you end up on Braywick Road; the one that goes under the railway just before the station. From here, don’t go up Bell Street. Instead, go past the Travelodge and up Queen Street, then round to York Road on the right.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner