Kettering Town: Club Profile

A tough nut to crack at the best of times, Kettering Town became a regular opponent during our time in the Conference. The Poppies’ fortunes took a slide as we left the old century behind, however. Of course, relegation in 2001 didn’t stop ’em coming back to haunt us during the next season’s FA Cup campaign. After one season back in the non-league big time in 2002-3, they went down again and didn’t come back ’til 2008.

By that point, of course, they’d gone down the route of naming a 1990s Spurs legend as manager. Who’d do that, eh? Anyway, we came up against Gazza’s Kettering side in the 2005-6 FA Cup; an encounter we won 3-1. It certainly piqued the interest of the media in any case. We wouldn’t know about that sort of thing…

Since our promotion to the Football League, things got tough for the Poppies. No longer do they play at Rockingham Road. And the club slipped further down into the Southern League after going into administration. The path back to the Conference became even longer. But they at least made it back to National League North for the 2019-20 season.

Small steps…

 

The Facts

Kettering Town: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
2613674023173850%

* league points only


Kettering Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 23 January 2010

Saturday 31 October 2009

Tuesday 27 January 2009

Tuesday 02 September 2008

Saturday 05 November 2005

Tuesday 25 March 2003

Thursday 26 December 2002

Tuesday 30 October 2001

Saturday 27 October 2001

Saturday 21 April 2001

Saturday 04 November 2000

Monday 01 May 2000

Monday 30 August 1999

Monday 05 April 1999

Monday 28 December 1998

Saturday 29 November 1997

Monday 18 August 1997

Tuesday 25 March 1997

Saturday 15 February 1997

Tuesday 16 April 1996

Saturday 02 March 1996

Tuesday 28 November 1995

Monday 18 September 1995

Monday 03 April 1995

Monday 26 December 1994

Saturday 22 January 1994

 

Players For Us... and Them

Nathan AbbeyProfile
Carl AdamsProfile
Carl AlfordProfile
James AyresProfile
Chris BeardsleyProfile
Graham BensteadProfile
Steve BerryProfile
Tyrone BerryProfile
Jon BradyProfile
David BridgesProfile
Iyseden ChristieProfile
Robert CodnerProfile
Peter CostelloProfile
Steve CroudsonProfile
Craig DobsonProfile
Robert DuffyProfile
Wayne DyerProfile
Anthony EldingProfile
Matt FisherProfile
Tom FlanaganProfile
Jamie GouldProfile
Simon HeslopProfile
Steve HoldenProfile
Lee HowarthProfile
Niall InmanProfile
Ian KingProfile
Dwane LeeProfile
Tony LynchProfile
Jamie MarchProfile
Rob MarshallProfile
Dean MartinProfile
Gary MillsProfile
Robbie MutchellProfile
Richard NugentProfile
Kofi NyamahProfile
Aaron O'ConnorProfile
Chris PearsonProfile
David PerpetuiniProfile
Andy QuyProfile
Ryan RaynerProfile
Alex RevellProfile
Michael RichensProfile
Bradley SandemanProfile
Kieron St AimieProfile
Chris TaylorProfile
Dave VenablesProfile
Jamie WaiteProfile
Craig WestcarrProfile
Ashley WestwoodProfile
Roger WillisProfile

Kettering Town Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Kettering Town Travel Information – Distance: 55 miles

By Road

Kettering now play their home games in Burton Latimer. To get here, head north on the A1 and then go west on the A14. At Junction 10, come off for the A6. Take the second exit for Kettering Road, quickly followed by the second exit at the next roundabout onto Altendiez Way. This is again quickly followed by yet another roundabout, which you’ll need the third exit. The ground is on the left after just under a mile.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

At the ground, there’s a limited number of spaces for fans. With restrictions on local on-street parking too, your best bet is to arrive at the ground in plenty of time. It’s likely that Boro’ will take a few to this one – and a few locals will also turn out too.


By Rail

Station: KETTERING
Services to: LUTON AIRPORT PARKWAY, LONDON ST PANCRAS

Kettering’s station is a fair old distance from where you need to be. You’ll either need a bus or a taxi to complete the journey.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner