Macclesfield Town Club Profile
Macclesfield Town were the team to beat when we first arrived in the Conference – and (to start) that’s what we did; spoiling the Silkmen’s 1994-5 GM Vauxhall Conference title party on the last day of term by thumping them 3-0 at their place. We kept up the momentum for the next season, claiming the Conference crown from them.
Back they came at us, however – and with a vengeance. It was us or them for the 1996-7 title and it was us who ran out of steam amid an FA Trophy-induced fixture backlog. This all despite a match that never happened *curious face*. It’s not even as if that’s the end of the tale either. In 2010, the Silkmen were the first side we played in the Football League.
And don’t even get us started on the events of summer 2020.
Macclesfield Town: The Facts
Macclesfield Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Macclesfield Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 31 August 2019
Saturday 23 March 2019
Saturday 08 September 2018
Saturday 26 March 2011
Saturday 07 August 2010
Saturday 29 March 1997
Monday 07 October 1996
Monday 26 August 1996
Saturday 06 January 1996
Saturday 02 December 1995
Saturday 06 May 1995
Saturday 17 September 1994
Players For Us... and Them
Macclesfield Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Macclesfield Town Travel Information – Distance: 163 miles
From Stevenage, get yourself onto the northbound M1 and travel for 75 miles until you get to Junction 24. Here, exit the motorway; signposted A453 Nottingham (S). You need to be heading west on the A50 for more than 21 miles, befor exiting for the A515. Take the A515 north until you reach the roundabout for the A52.
Here, you want to take the first exit and continue for 4.5 miles. Continue onto the A523 for a further 10 miles and take the third exit at the roundabout for the A53 in Leek. Turn left onto Stockwell Street (A523) and travel along this road for 12 miles. It eventually takes you to the ground.
There’s no car park at the ground for away fans but there is a fair amount of on-street parking in the immediate area. Just don’t park on the double yellows, eh?
Services to: LONDON EUSTON
Walking from Macclesfield station should take half an hour through the town centre. From the station, head north on Davenport Street towards the A537 Buxton Road. Turn left into A537 Buxton Road and left again into The Silk (A523). Continue on and the stadium is on the right.