Woking: Club Profile

Barcelona and Real Madrid? Celtic and Rangers? River Place and Boca Juniors? Nah mate, this is W*king and Stevenage! Out of nowhere, a fierce rivalry emerged during a hotly-contested time at the top of the Conference. It was maybe because they couldn’t seem to win the title. Jealousy, you see.

First meeting during our rubbish 1987-8 Vauxhall Opel League Division 1 campaign, a love-hate relationship grew from 1994 on; us having caught them in the Conference by then. In that, we mean we loved to hate each other. And we’ve gone on to meet more times than any other side. For us that is, not necessarily them.

Our paths, however, separated in the 21st century. We got good, and they got rubbish. Rather than slogging it out with us for the Conference title, Woking were more often to be battling relegation. Now we’re established in the Football League and they’re struggling to re-establish themselves in the Conference.

Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
40129195164-134230%

* league points only


Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 24 February 2009

Saturday 01 November 2008

Tuesday 08 April 2008

Saturday 22 December 2007

Tuesday 09 October 2007

Tuesday 06 March 2007

Tuesday 03 October 2006

Tuesday 24 January 2006

Tuesday 16 August 2005

Tuesday 05 April 2005

Wednesday 30 March 2005

Saturday 15 January 2005

Tuesday 07 December 2004

Saturday 06 March 2004

Tuesday 07 October 2003

Saturday 15 March 2003

Saturday 28 September 2002

Saturday 09 February 2002

Friday 05 October 2001

Monday 26 March 2001

Tuesday 26 September 2000

Saturday 12 February 2000

Saturday 18 December 1999

Tuesday 09 November 1999

Monday 12 April 1999

Saturday 20 March 1999

Tuesday 31 March 1998

Saturday 11 October 1997

Wednesday 16 April 1997

Saturday 12 April 1997

Saturday 05 April 1997

Saturday 02 November 1996

Tuesday 15 October 1996

Monday 08 April 1996

Tuesday 05 September 1995

Saturday 11 March 1995

Saturday 04 March 1995

Monday 05 September 1994

Saturday 12 March 1988

Saturday 24 October 1987

 

Players For Us... and Them

Ben AbbeyProfile
Bruno AndradeProfile
Paul BarrowcliffProfile
Damien BattProfile
Ashley BayesProfile
Sam BeasantProfile
Ollie BerquezProfile
Dale BinnsProfile
Jon BradyProfile
Rob BurchProfile
Jamie CampbellProfile
Charlie CarterProfile
Neil CatlinProfile
Chris CollinsProfile
Michael CroweProfile
Jimmy DackProfile
Craig DobsonProfile
Michael DoughtyProfile
Sean EversProfile
James FerryProfile
Johnny GoddardProfile
Jason GoodliffeProfile
Giuliano GrazioliProfile
Dave GreeneProfile
Phil GrideletProfile
Charlie GriffinProfile
Kelly HaagProfile
Paul HakimProfile
Darran HayProfile
Noel ImberProfile
Tony JoyceProfile
Jack KingProfile
Jefferson LouisProfile
Greg LuerProfile
Gary MacDonaldProfile
Donovan MakomaProfile
Craig McAllisterProfile
Rodney McAreeProfile
Christian MetcalfeProfile
John MousinhoProfile
Darren MurphyProfile
Richard NugentProfile
Jon NurseProfile
John NutterProfile
Yemi OdubadeProfile
Luke OliverProfile
Steve PerkinsProfile
Geoff PitcherProfile
Colin PluckProfile
Justin RichardsProfile
Stevie SearleProfile
Robert SimpsonProfile
Jamie SlabberProfile
Gary SmartProfile
Mark SmithProfile
Neil SmithProfile
Tony ThorpeProfile
Jamie WaiteProfile
Martin WilliamsProfile
Dean WilliamsProfile
Brett WilliamsProfile

Ground Information

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Travel Information – Distance: 55 miles

By Road:
When travelling to Woking, the M25 will predictably be your biggest obstacle to getting there. Yet, provided you do make it around the M25; resisting the urge to dive off onto the M4, M3, A30 or whatever, you'll be wanting Junction 11 for the A320. From here, simply follow the signs for Woking A320 until you reach the town centre.

Continue along through the town centre, passing various iconic landmarks such as the multi-storey car park, theatre and Toys R Us. At the junction with the A247, turn left, and then shortly after turn right onto local roads. Kingfield should now be visible.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking:
A word of warning to fans driving to Woking. When you navigate through the town centre, signs will start to appear directing you to a car park for the football ground. This car park is a 10-15 minute walk from the ground. It is a practical place to park, but be prepared.

Exit the car park onto the street, and turn right. There are pedestrian signs for the ground, and shortly after you need to turn right again so as if you're heading around the perimeter of the car park. Carry on walking down this road until a park appears on your right.

Walk through the park, passing a swimming pool which should come up on your left. Head towards the bowls club, but the path will offer you a left turn. Take it. Walk down this path through the park, and it shall lead you out virtually opposite Kingfield Stadium.

Alternatively, park at the ground (limited spaces) or on local side streets.


By Rail:
Station: WOKING
Services to: LONDON WATERLOO

It's a fair walk from the station. Leave the station, heading up Station Approach and turn left into Oriental Road. Almost as quickly, cross the road and head up Heathside, which is a one-way street where cars will be coming towards you. Pass the Heathside Car Park and the directions are the same as the car parking ones.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner