Carshalton Athletic

Club Profile

First Played: 1989-90

Win Rate: 29% (from 7 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

If nothing else, it was against Carshalton Athletic that our epic 1997-8 FA Cup adventure really kicked into gear. We won 5-0 in our First Round tie – after a replay, of course. That doesn’t take into account our four league encounters and an AC Delco cup tie though. It’s always the most recent you remember better, however. Not least when wins were few and far between in the other games.


Carshalton Athletic: The Facts

War Memorial Sports Ground
Colston Avenue, Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 2PW

020 8642 8658


Carshalton Athletic: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
7 2 1 4 11 11 0 3 29%

* league points only

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

Monday 24 November 1997

Saturday 15 November 1997

Saturday 01 January 1994

Monday 11 October 1993

Saturday 05 December 1992

Saturday 05 September 1992

Monday 11 September 1989

Players For Us... and Them

Danny Carroll Profile
Jimmy Dack Profile
Lee Endersby Profile
John Hamsher Profile
Byron Harrison Profile
Darran Hay Profile
Richard Hodgson Profile
Dwayne Plummer Profile
Bradley Pritchard Profile
Graham Roberts Profile
Laurie Stewart Profile
Baroan Tagro Profile
John Ugbah Profile
Phil Wilson Profile

Carshalton Athletic Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Carshalton Athletic Travel Information – Distance: 69 miles

By Road

You can take a direct route through London to get to Carshalton, and it may well be the shortest way. For speed, however, we think the M25 could be the best bet – despite the chance of it getting snarled up.

Head round the counter-clockwise M25 to Junction 10; coming off using the two left lanes for the London-bound A3. Once on the A3, it’s just over 11 miles to the junction you want; the A298 taking you towards Wimbledon.

Keep right on the slip road for the A298 and continue on for just under three quarters of a mile. Here, turn right into Grand Drive and go over the first roundabout you come to. At the second by Morden Baptist Church, however, take the second exit for Lower Morden Lane.

When you come to the A24, turn left. It’s only for 0.4 miles, however; taking the right turn for the B278 as soon as you come along side a Travelodge and Harvester. Follow the road around here onto Green Lane. You’ll soon come to a large roundabout.

Here, take the third exit for the B278. You’ll be on this for around 1.5 miles, at which point it swings to the right and becomes West Street. Shortly after, go right at the roundabout onto Colston Avenue. The ground is set back off the road on your right.

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There’s a large car park at the ground, which might not fill up completely – but it could do and that’s a chance you take. If this is the case, you might be able to find somewhere on the access road or nearby side streets.

By Rail


Turn right as you exit the station on the south side of the tracks. Walk up to the end of the road and another right will take you onto the B278 to cross the railway. Next, it’s a left turn at the mini-roundabout that’ll take you into Colston Avenue. Walk along this road until you reach the right turn for the access road.

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