Club Profile

First Played: 1998-9

Win Rate: 52% (from 21 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

Farnborough are a side – like us – who were promoted to the GM Vauxhall Conference in 1994. Then the story got complicated. It wasn’t at first, though. For five seasons, we did battle with the side from Hampshire before they were relegated. When they returned after a two-season interlude, the relationship between us was about to change.

With us struggling at the foot of the table in 2002-3 Nationwide Conference, boss Wayne Turner left us with his P45 in hand. His replacement? Graham Westley, then in charge at Cherrywood Road. In coming to Boro’, he brought with him seven of his players to rebuild our fortunes at Broadhall Way. Farnborough then dropped out of the Conference National in 2005, before going into administration during the 2006-7 season.

At the end of that season, they were kicked out of the competition and reformed; opting to ditch their Town suffix and changing their colours (back) to yellow and blue.


Farnborough: The Facts

Easy As HGV Stadium
Cherrywood Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 8UD

01252 541469



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Farnborough: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
Overall 21 11 3 7 41 29 12 33 52%
Home 10 7 1 2 27 10 17 22 70%
Away 11 4 2 5 14 19 -5 11 36%
League 18 10 3 5 37 24 13 33 56%
Cup 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1 n/a 33%

* league points only

Farnborough: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 13 January 2009

Saturday 29 January 2005

Tuesday 21 September 2004

Thursday 01 January 2004

Friday 26 December 2003

Saturday 28 December 2002

Tuesday 20 August 2002

Saturday 23 March 2002

Saturday 15 September 2001

Saturday 09 January 1999

Monday 28 September 1998

Saturday 21 March 1998

Saturday 22 November 1997

Monday 14 April 1997

Saturday 19 October 1996

Saturday 04 May 1996

Monday 08 January 1996

Saturday 12 November 1994

Tuesday 04 October 1994

Monday 19 September 1994

Monday 29 August 1994

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How to get to Farnborough – Travel Information – Distance: 58 miles

By Road

Much of the getting to Farnborough is simple enough. It just involves the M25. And we all know how much of a cruel mistress that can be. For the quickest and most direct route, however, head counter-clockwise on the M25 from the A1(M) or A405 until Junction 4.

Exit onto the southbound M3 towards Southampton and the like. In 12-or-so miles, you’ll be wanting to leave the M3; again at Junction 4. This is for the A331 and takes you into Farnborough. On leaving the motorway, take the second exit at the roundabout for barely half a mile.

Leave the A331 for the A325 exit; taking the third exit at the roundabout at the top of the slip road. Go across another roundabout and then take the first exit at the next one, which is by a Maccie D’s and retail park. In 0.4 miles, turn right onto Prospect Avenue.

At the end of the road is a roundabout. Here, take the third exit. The next roundabout you come to will be in 0.4 miles and the stadium will be on the right.

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A car park is available at the ground – but we’re not sure if you can use it if we visit once again. That said, we’ve never had too much of an issue with local street parking. Just be aware of any restrictions.

By Rail


The stadium itself is 1.5 miles from the station, which means a 30-minute walk. Leave the station turning left and then left again at the roundabout you should come to if you haven’t already messed this up. You’ll be crossing over the railway in doing so.

Keep going along Farnborough Road (A325) until Prospect Avenue appears on your left. Make the turn here, and continue down to the roundabout as per the driving instructions. Go right at the roundabout and you’ll arrive at the ground soon enough.

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