Corby Town Club Profile
It’s fair to say our first meeting with Corby Town was an eventful one; Boro’ shading a seven-goal FA Cup thriller. It’s still the only time we’ve met in a competitive match too. Much of that is down to the Steelmen’s long spell in the Southern League – especially during the time we were climbing the ladder. In recent years, they’ve been up as high as National League North and down as far as the Northern Premier League Division One South. It all adds to the sense of drama, we suppose.
Corby Town: The Facts
Corby Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Corby Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 25 September 1993
Corby Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Corby Town Travel Information – Distance: 62 miles
Head northbound on the A1 from Stevenage until you reach the junction for the A14. Here, join the Midlands-bound carriageway. Then, stay on the A14 until you get to Junction 12 – the A6116. Take the A6116 north towards Corby and keep going; even when you require the A43 Stamford Road briefly.
The A6116 takes you into Corby. Once you come around the edge of an industrial estate, take the second exit and continue on the A6116 towards Rockingham Castle. Be warned, however, as there’s a left hand turn at a Best Western hotel that leads you to the car park.
The car park behind the stadium seems to be somewhere you can leave your motor. It’s not hard to find somewhere a short walk away either.
Services to: KETTERING (for LONDON ST PANCRAS)
This isn’t an easy journey to make on the train as it calls for three services; changing in London and Kettering. Once in Corby, the walk takes around 40-45 minutes as it’s just shy of two miles. To do it all the same, head north on Station Road, turn right at High Street and then left into The Jamb. At the next roundabout, turn left into Rockingham Road. Stay on this road until you reach the Best Western by the ground’s car park.