St Albans City: Club Profile

Saints fans are another group – like Woking – who seem to have a real problem with us being better than them. We’ve had a few ding-dongs with St Albans City down the years, which has kept things interesting between us.

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 13 December 2008

Wednesday 24 January 2007

Tuesday 26 December 2006

Saturday 10 August 1996

Tuesday 18 October 1994

Monday 03 October 1994

Saturday 19 February 1994

Saturday 18 September 1993

Saturday 23 January 1993

Tuesday 22 December 1992

Tuesday 13 October 1992

Saturday 10 October 1992

Saturday 29 August 1992

Tuesday 22 January 1991

Monday 22 January 1990

Tuesday 17 January 1989


Players For Us... and Them

Chris AdamsProfile
Dipo AkinyemiProfile
Bradley AndersonProfile
Jerome AndersonProfile
James AyresProfile
Matt BallProfile
Paul BarrowcliffProfile
Shaun BattProfile
Damien BattProfile
Tony BattersbyProfile
Mark BeardProfile
Harry BeautymanProfile
Mike BignallProfile
Lee BozierProfile
Corey BrowneProfile
Connor CalcuttProfile
George CaseyProfile
Steve CastleProfile
Peter ChurchillProfile
Dave CloverProfile
Steve ConroyProfile
Steve CoxProfile
Dean CracknellProfile
Gary CrawshawProfile
Danny DanceProfile
Hasim DeenProfile
Kenny DixonProfile
Phil DriverProfile
Jamie EamesProfile
Inih EffiongProfile
Ian FergussonProfile
Jamie FieldingProfile
Steve FlainProfile
Lee FlynnProfile
John FrendoProfile
Andy FutcherProfile
Dominic GentleProfile
Andronicos GeorgiouProfile
Mark GrahamProfile
Kelly HaagProfile
Paul HakimProfile
Paul HalbertProfile
Ritchie HanlonProfile
Nigel HannProfile
Graham HardingProfile
Duncan HardyProfile
Barry HaylesProfile
Paul HobbsProfile
Matt HockingProfile
Dean HooperProfile
Greg HowellProfile
Noel ImberProfile
Nicky IrontonProfile
Andrew IwediunoProfile
Neil JeffreyProfile
Thomas JohansenProfile
Ryan JohnsonProfile
Harold JosephProfile
Robert KeanProfile
Warren KellyProfile
Nathan KerrProfile
Cameron LancasterProfile
Andy LomasProfile
Jefferson LouisProfile
Charlie MacDonaldProfile
Craig Mackail-SmithProfile
Hector MackieProfile
Christian MetcalfeProfile
Steve MillerProfile
Michael MisonProfile
Steve MorisonProfile
Chris MyersProfile
Joseph N'GuessanProfile
Dominic NaylorProfile
Kgosi NtlheProfile
Colin OmogbehinProfile
Lloyd OparaProfile
James OughamProfile
Richard PacquetteProfile
Adam ParkerProfile
Trevor ParkerProfile
Jon RattleProfile
Robbie ReineltProfile
Gary RobertsProfile
James RussellProfile
Anthony SamuelsProfile
Steve SheaProfile
Jean-Michel SigereProfile
Gary SimpsonProfile
Jason SolomanProfile
Jamie SouthonProfile
Jude StirlingProfile
Chris SullivanProfile
Michael ThalassitisProfile
Graeme TomlinsonProfile
Neil TrebbleProfile
Gary TurnerProfile
Denny TylerProfile
Jamie WaiteProfile
Rob WalkerProfile
Steve WallduckProfile
Joe WelchProfile
Ian WhiteheadProfile
Dean WilliamsProfile
Darren WilliamsProfile
Roger WillisProfile
Richard WilmotProfile
Nigel WilsonProfile
Gary WraightProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 14 miles

By Road:
On a good day, the trip to St Albans should be no more than 30 minutes. Head south on the A1(M) until you reach Junction 4; coming off the motorway before the Hatfield Tunnel. Take the first exit at the roundabout at the end of the slip road and head onto the A6129.

At the next roundabout, take the first exit for the B197 to go under the bridge. Go across the next roundabout onto Coopers Green Lane for 3.3 miles. Take a right at the next roundabout for Sandpit Lane and go over the next one to continue on for around 1.5 miles.

At this point, you'll come to another roundabout. Take the first exit; turning left onto Clarence Road. In 0.2 miles, turn right onto York Road and the ground is down here on your left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

The best option for car parking is making the most of the leafy streets surrounding Clarence Park. However, it is advisable to make yourself aware of any restrictions.

By Rail:
Station: ST ALBANS

The station is a short, walkable distance from Clarence Park. Turn left from the main entrance on your right hand side if looking north and head up Station Way. At the end of the road, turn right onto Hatfield Road and then turn left onto Clarence Road. It takes around 10 minutes, and there may also be a more direct route through the park.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner