Croydon Club Profile
After two meetings in the 1991-2 Diadora League Division One campaign, we’ve not yet had cause play Croydon again. Yet, at least. Our fortunes went in slightly different ways; us upwards towards the Football League. Them, down from the Isthmian and through to the Southern Counties East League in 2014.
Croydon: The Facts
Croydon: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Croydon: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 22 February 1992
Saturday 12 October 1991
Croydon Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Croydon Travel Information – Distance: 42 miles
To make this trip into south London, the direct route is by far the shortest. Sadly, we can’t promise that it’ll be the quickest. Head south on the A1(M) and A1 down to Hendon. Then, stay right to join the A41 Watford Way when the option comes up. Stay on the A41 as you go through Swiss Cottage.
In half-a-mile, take a right outside St John’s Wood tube station into Grove End Road. This should bring you onto Lisson Grove (A507) and down across the Marylebone Road onto Seymour Place. Turn right for George Street in 0.3 miles, then it’s left almost immediately onto Stourcliffe Street to bring you out onto the A5.
Turn left here to continue heading south. Go round Marble Arch and onto Park Lane. As you come out at Hyde Park Corner, use the two middle lanes to take what’ll be the third exit off the large roundabout; this is for Grosvenor Place.
You’ll be on the A302 at this point and you’ll need to stick with it through Victoria. Here, however, you will need to take Vauxhall Bridge Road (A202) and it should be signposted as such. Cross the Thames by the MI6 building and in front of you will be Vauxhall station.
Take the one-way system round to the right and bear left for South Lambeth Road (A203). In a mile, you’ll come to Stockwell. Here, it’s a right to stay on the A203 towards Clapham. At Clapham North station and by the Clapham North pub, take a left (but not a sharp left) to join Bedford Road (B221).
You’ll come to a roundabout, where you need to go straight over; again for the B221. This brings you to Streatham Hill station; turn right and then left here. It means you’re almost going straight across the junction. You’ll be wanting Leigham Court Road.
At the T-Junction, turn left onto the A214 for 0.4 miles. Then, it’s a right onto the A215. In two-and-a-half miles, you’ll pass under a railway bridge. Here, take the left onto Albert Road. It looks as if the road heads around to the left in front of you in 0.2 miles, but you need to turn right to STAY on Albert Road.
Go over one roundabout and the ground will come up on your left.
It seems there’s a small car park near the ground – just off Albert Road. We’re not sure if it’s for away fans’ use, however.
Services to: WIMBLEDON (for LONDON WATERLOO)
This Tramlink stop is just for Croydon FC’s home ground – and it’s a short walk across some grass.