Crawley Town: Club Profile

We’ve now come up against the Red Devils more times in the Football League than the Conference, if you can believe? What you might not know, however, is that our first-ever meeting took place way back in the 1988 Knights Floodlit League.

The Red Devils joined us in the Conference in 2004, before we were reunited two steps higher in 2012; Crawley Town having repeated our feat of two successive promotions a year after we first did it.

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
27 14 4 9 39 30 9 43 52%

* league points only


Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 12 January 2019

Saturday 11 August 2018

Saturday 30 December 2017

Tuesday 12 September 2017

Saturday 04 February 2017

Saturday 10 September 2016

Saturday 06 February 2016

Saturday 26 December 2015

Tuesday 04 March 2014

Saturday 26 October 2013

Friday 29 March 2013

Saturday 15 December 2012

Saturday 27 March 2010

Saturday 06 March 2010

Monday 13 April 2009

Monday 25 August 2008

Saturday 01 March 2008

Saturday 11 August 2007

Saturday 31 March 2007

Saturday 19 August 2006

Monday 17 April 2006

Saturday 17 December 2005

Monday 29 August 2005

Tuesday 19 April 2005

Monday 21 March 2005

Saturday 16 October 2004

Thursday 17 March 1988

 

Players For Us... and Them

Ben Abbey Profile
Ollie Allen Profile
Jon Ashton Profile
Lee Barnard Profile
Ashley Bayes Profile
Tyrone Berry Profile
Andy Bond Profile
Michael Bostwick Profile
Dannie Bulman Profile
Danny Carroll Profile
Darius Charles Profile
Jamie Cook Profile
Jimmy Dack Profile
Roarie Deacon Profile
Michael Doughty Profile
Andy Drury Profile
Santos Gaia Profile
Justin Gregory Profile
Conor Henderson Profile
Danny Hockton Profile
Richard Hodgson Profile
Keith Keane Profile
Matt Langston Profile
Jefferson Louis Profile
Charlie MacDonald Profile
Guy Madjo Profile
Craig McAllister Profile
Gary Mills Profile
Filipe Morais Profile
Bondz N'Gala Profile
Dwayne Plummer Profile
Callum Preston Profile
Isaiah Rankin Profile
Darragh Ryan Profile
Jimmy Smith Profile
Dave Venables Profile
Simon Walton Profile
Simon Weatherstone Profile
Calum Willock Profile
Dean Wordsworth Profile
Simon Wormull Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
KR-L Stand


Facilities for Disabled Fans:
Crawley Town makes every effort to accommodate supporters with special requirements, both home and away. Disabled fans are charged at full price, although carers are free. Facilities include nine wheelchair spaces in the away end and a number of dedicated car parking spaces.

The primary contact number for queries is: 01293 410000


Pre-Match Pintage:
Not too far up the road from the stadium is the Half Moon, a large venue on Brighton Road that contains a number of pool tables and displays live football on the TV. It also has a large selection of drinks for the most acquired of tastes.

Travel Information – Distance: 83 miles

By Road:
Crawley is a fairly easy journey from Hertfordshire, as long as the M25 decides that it is going to be in a good mood. From Stevenage, you can go in either direction on the M25. We suggest the anti-clockwise route, as it should work out shorter in distance.

Exit at Junction 7 onto the M23, and follow southbound until Junction 11. From Junction 11, head for the town centre on the A23(N). About a mile or so up the road will be a roundabout, and the car park is off the first exit.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking:
The club's own car park seems to be able to meet the demands of travelling fans fairly well, with a fee applicable to those who choose to park there. But alternatively there are places to be had on many of the local residential streets leading away from the ground, and all within a short walking distance.


By Rail:
Station: CRAWLEY
Services to: LONDON VICTORIA

It is more than a mile's walk from the main station in the town. From the station, turn left onto Station Way and walk for 0.2 miles to a level crossing. Again, turn left, and head down the A2219 Brighton Road.

At the junction with Southgate Avenue, turn right, and shortly afterwards, find a way to cross the A23. You should be able to see the ground from Southgate Avenue on the opposite side of the roundabout.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner