Abingdon Town Club Profile
Our one league season with Abingdon Town was the 1991-2 Diadora League Division One campaign – and the goals flowed. At their place, we lost 4-0 to the Abbots. But at ours, we made amends; returning the favour with a 4-1 win of our own.
Abingdon Town: The Facts
Abingdon Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Abingdon Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 08 February 1992
Saturday 19 October 1991
Tuesday 05 February 1991
Players For Us... and Them
Abingdon Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Abingdon Town Travel Information – Distance: 73 miles
For Abingdon, head south on the A1(M) and join the counter-clockwise M25. Take this round to Junction 16 and join the northbound M40 towards Oxford and the Midlands.
You’ll be on here until Junction 7 in about 27.5 miles. Come off the M40; bearing left onto the A329 at the end of the slip road. Stay on the A329 when you get to a roundabout in 4.3 miles, using the second exit to do so. As you pass a BP garage on your left, the road swings round to the right and becomes the B480. Follow it.
In just over half-a-mile outside the Coach and Horses Inn, turn left for the B4015. You’re on here for 1.5 miles until you get to a T-Junction. Here, turn right onto the A415 and – in just over 3.5 miles – you’ll come to the ground on the left.
Keep going past the ground if you’re coming up the A415. There’s a right turn just a little further on. This is where you’ll find the entrance to Rye Farm Car Park, which might be an option. The ground could also have a small number of spaces.
Services to: LONDON PADDINGTON
At 1.7 miles, the walk from Radley station might be a little too long for some. But it’s more or less a straight line if you do try it. Follow Foxborough Road, Radley Road, Hedgemead Avenue and Appleford Drive. Turn left onto Oxford Road and right onto Northcourt Road to complete the walk.