Harrow Borough Club Profile
Now, Harrow Borough – a fellow Boro’ side that once turned out against us with a certain Graham Westley among their ranks. In fact, our Graham was on the scoresheet as Boro’ (them) beat us 3-1 during the 1992-3 Diadora League Premier Division campaign. We’re going to say that we think he made up for it later on in life, though.
Harrow Borough: The Facts
Harrow Borough: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Harrow Borough: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 07 May 1994
Saturday 04 December 1993
Saturday 20 February 1993
Monday 07 December 1992
Monday 30 November 1992
Saturday 28 November 1992
Players For Us... and Them
Harrow Borough Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Harrow Borough Travel Information – Distance: 28 miles
The quickest means of getting to Harrow Borough is likely to be the most direct at the same time; heading straight down the A1(M) and A1 until you’re at Apex Corner. Here, take the second exit at the roundabout for the A5109. It’s only a mile-long stretch, but there are two roundabouts to negotiate before a third, where you’ll take the third exit – staying on the A5109.
Continue onto Camrose Avenue and then again onto Taunton Way, before taking the second exit at the roundabout for Charlton Road. Turn right onto Kenton Road (A4006) and continue along to the roundabout by the University of Westminster and Harrow Hill Golf Course.
Take the second exit for the A404, before taking the first exit at the next roundabout for the A312. Yet another roundabout is on the horizon; take the second exit for Lascelles Avenue and continue onto Treve Avenue and then Porlock Avenue. At what looks like an elaborate roundabout with a McDonalds, go straight (or second exit) for Roxeth Green Avenue and it’s more or less a straight line from here for about a mile.
Turn left into Carlyon Avenue, and then right for Earlsmead.
We’d suggest looking into street parking opportunities first and foremost.
Station: NORTHOLT PARK
Services to: LONDON MARYLEBONE
Leave the station on its northern side and head towards Northolt Road in a westbound direction. You should end up at a roundabout/junction, where you’ll be turning right and then left by an entrance to Alexandra Park. From Somervell Road, it’s a slight right for Carlyon Avenue. A third of a mile up here is Earlsmead.