Dover Athletic: Club Profile

Dover Athletic are, let’s face it, the closest to European football that we’ve come so far; 1987 being the first time we met. Our relationship became much deeper when we went up to the Conference; sharing eight seasons before The Whites were relegated at the end of the 2001-2 season. We did get to fit in a quick 2009-10 FA Trophy tie before we left non-league behind. Now, the Whites are back in the National League and keeping themselves in the hunt for promotion – if still falling slightly short each season.


The Facts

Dover Athletic: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Dover Athletic: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Sunday 31 January 2010

Monday 01 April 2002

Saturday 12 January 2002

Saturday 03 November 2001

Saturday 05 May 2001

Monday 11 September 2000

Saturday 11 December 1999

Saturday 30 October 1999

Saturday 10 April 1999

Saturday 16 January 1999

Tuesday 06 October 1998

Tuesday 25 August 1998

Monday 13 April 1998

Monday 25 August 1997

Tuesday 08 April 1997

Saturday 30 November 1996

Monday 04 March 1996

Tuesday 22 August 1995

Tuesday 29 November 1994

Monday 22 August 1994

Tuesday 21 March 1989

Thursday 23 April 1987

Thursday 16 April 1987


Players For Us... and Them

Paul ArmstrongProfile
Steve ArnoldProfile
Andy ArnottProfile
Corey BrowneProfile
Robert CodnerProfile
Peter CostelloProfile
Terry DixonProfile
Inih EffiongProfile
Giuliano GrazioliProfile
Nicholas GrimeProfile
Danny HocktonProfile
Niall InmanProfile
Anthony JeffreyProfile
John KeisterProfile
Stuart LewisProfile
Junior LewisProfile
Kevin LokkoProfile
Tyrone MarshProfile
Ben MayProfile
Daryl McMahonProfile
Sammy MooreProfile
Dave MorrisonProfile
Bondz N'GalaProfile
Colin PluckProfile
Jude StirlingProfile
Jimmy StroutsProfile
Calum WillockProfile
Simon WormullProfile


Dover Athletic Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints


Dover Athletic Travel Information – Distance: 109 miles

By Road

The easiest way to get to Dover is via the M25 and M2/A2. You can use the M20 if you so choose, although it is a little further and a little longer. We’ll keep it simple by choosing the former and should make sure you complete the trek in under a couple of hours.

Take the clockwise M25 round to and across the Dartford Crossing. Come off the M25 on the other side for the coastbound A2. Continue to follow it onto the M2 and back again when the motorway ends on the other side of Faversham. As you approach Dover, take the fourth exit at a roundabout for the A256 for Dover (North)/River/Temple Ewell.

After a mile, take the first exit at the roundabout and continue on the A256. There’s a sharp right after 0.7 miles for Crabble Road that you need to take, however, with the ground up on the left as the hill snakes round to the right.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Your best option for parking at Dover is to use local streets.

By Rail


Kearnsey is the nearest station to the Crabble – but it calls for a numbers of changes if coming from Stevenage. The quickest trip is timed at slightly more than two-and-a-half hours; changing at Dover Priory. Some may indeed prefer to get off at Dover Priory.

The trip – as dictated by National Rail – involves a service from London St Pancras to Ashford International; Ashford International to Dover Priory; and then Dover Priory to Kearnsey. You can get to Dover Priory on a direct service from Charing Cross, though; Kearnsey from London Victoria is possible on a direct service too.

From the station, head southeast on Alkham Road and turn right to stay on that road. Keep on Lower Road for nearly a mile, before turning right onto Crabble Road. Follow the road around to the right as it goes up the hill; bearing left through the park to the ground.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner