Aylesbury United

Club Profile

First Played: 1992-3

Win Rate: 80% (from 5 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

Aylesbury United are one side that we first encountered after winning promotion to Diadora League Premier Division in 1992. At the time, the Ducks were making quite a name for themselves in the FA Cup; narrowly edged out by Hereford United during the  club’s 1991-2 FA Cup run.

In our time at the same level, however, we got the better of them more of than not. After the Ducks had made it through to the 1994-5 FA Cup Third Round, it’d be us who ended their run before it’d even got started the next season; winning 3-1 at theirs at the Fourth Qualifying Round stage.


Aylesbury United: The Facts

The Meadow
Amy Lane, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1NE

01296 487367



Aylesbury United: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
5 4 0 1 11 5 6 9 80%

* league points only

Aylesbury United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 21 October 1995

Saturday 02 April 1994

Tuesday 26 October 1993

Saturday 27 March 1993

Saturday 07 November 1992

Players For Us... and Them

Paul Armstrong Profile
Paul Barrowcliff Profile
Stuart Beevor Profile
Mike Bignall Profile
Corey Browne Profile
Neil Catlin Profile
Robert Codner Profile
Steve Conroy Profile
Steve Cox Profile
Dean Cracknell Profile
Gary Crawshaw Profile
Terry Dixon Profile
Mark Duckett Profile
Joe Gallen Profile
Dave Greene Profile
Kelly Haag Profile
Bobby Highton Profile
Greg Howell Profile
Jamie Jellis Profile
Tony Joyce Profile
Robert Kean Profile
Warren Kelly Profile
Ian King Profile
Rob Marshall Profile
Richard Nugent Profile
Gary Phillips Profile
Dwayne Plummer Profile
Gary Schillaci Profile
Tyron Sealey Profile
Peter Shadbolt Profile
Steve Shea Profile
Jason Soloman Profile
Kenny Webster Profile
Richard Wilmot Profile

Aylesbury United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Aylesbury United Travel Information – Distance: 32 miles

By Road

For the trip to Chesham, head south on the A1(M) and exit onto the A414 on the southern side of the Hatfield Tunnel. Take the A405 to join the M25 at Junction 21A, before coming off the motorway at Junction 20 for the A41.

Head for Aylesbury on the A41 for 7.5 miles, before taking the A416 exit for Chesham. As you come into the town, take the first exit for Berkhampstead Road (A416); continuing on through four roundabouts. After 1.4 miles, the ground is around and up to the right.

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It doesn’t look like there’s much parking at the ground – but you can always prove us wrong.

By Rail

Station: CHESHAM

For the uninitiated, Chesham is a London Underground station on the Metropolitan Line. It might as well be in Westeros  or Narnia, however; sat way out there in the contrived Zone 175 or whatever it is. Turn left out of the station onto Station Road and then left onto East Street. At the bottom of the street, turn left onto the A416 and follow it around to the right.

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