Tooting & Mitcham United

Club Profile

First Played: 1991-2

Win Rate: 67% (from 3 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

Tooting & Mitcham United were, like us, members of the Diadora League Division One during the 1992-3 campaign. In all, we met three times that season; starting with a 2-1 victory for Boro’ in the Loctite Trophy. Our two league fixtures, however, somehow got wedged in during the last couple of weeks of the season; us both winning one each.


Tooting & Mitcham United: The Facts

Imperial Fields
Bishopsford Road, Morden, SM4 6BF

020 8648 3248


Tooting & Mitcham United: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
3 2 0 1 5 4 1 3 67%

* league points only

Tooting & Mitcham United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 02 May 1992

Monday 20 April 1992

Tuesday 10 December 1991

Players For Us... and Them

No Players

Tooting & Mitcham United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Tooting & Mitcham United Travel Information – Distance: 67 miles

By Road

A route through London may be the shorter option, but it could also prove longer in terms of time. With that in mind, we’ll take you on a route around the M25. Traffic depending, it should get you to the game on time.

So, go counter-clockwise on the M25 until you reach Junction 10 (A3). Take the London-bound A3 for 11.2 miles, before coming off at the exit for Beverley Way/A298. On the slip road, bear right to stay on the A298 and head on for about a mile. Turn right for the B298 here and go through one roundabout towards Morden.

Keep more or less straight to follow the A24; passing Morden tube station on the left. Up the road ina short distance is a roundabout; take the second exit here and go right for the A297. At the next roundabout you come to, it’s the first exit you want (A239). In just 0.1 miles, however, turn right onto Wandle Road.

In half a mile or so down the end of this road, the ground will be in front of you.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


The club says it has “plenty of parking” that means it’s “not a problem” to come in your car. Famous last words, eh?

By Rail

Station: MITCHAM

In case you were curious, this is a Tramlink stop – not a conventional station. Come out of the station onto Tramway Path; turning left onto London Road. Go down here and over the river, before a right turn shortly after takes you into the ground.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner