Raunds Town: Club Profile
Established in 1946, Raunds Town take their nickname – The Shopmates – from a local boot and shoe industry. A long-time member of the United Counties League, the club did have a short spell in the Southern League during the mid-1990s. For us, we first met ’em in the 1980-1 United Counties League Division One season. Two years after we won the title, the Shopmates did so too and followed us into the Premier Division for our last term as a UCL club.
Raunds Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Raunds Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 21 April 1984
Saturday 28 January 1984
Saturday 21 March 1981
Saturday 25 October 1980
Raunds Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Raunds Town Travel Information – Distance: 44 miles
After heading north on the A1(M) and A1, come off at the exit for the B1048 and B645 towards St Neots and Kimbolton. Turn left for the B645 and continue on for 11.2 miles. Next, turn right into Church Road and then left for Church Street.
Go another two miles down here. You’ll then turn left for the B663 for 0.8 miles; taking your next right onto North Street after. Another 0.7 miles down the road, you’ll want the third exit at the roundabout for the B663.
The ground is here on the right – as you might have noticed…
The club’s car park should have more than enough space.
There isn’t a station in the local area, which rules the train out for this trip.