Northwich Victoria: Club Profile

The Vics’ 2005 relegation meant that Boro’ became the club with the longest unbroken run in the Conference. It was a turbulent time for Northwich Victoria; legal and financial issues not helping their on-field fortunes. After bouncing straight back to the Conference Premier in 2006, there were more off-field problems; the club has more recently seen building up once more from the North West Counties League.

Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
2814864631155050%

* league points only


Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 07 March 2009

Saturday 15 November 2008

Tuesday 22 April 2008

Saturday 03 November 2007

Wednesday 25 April 2007

Saturday 21 October 2006

Tuesday 28 December 2004

Saturday 25 September 2004

Saturday 10 April 2004

Saturday 23 August 2003

Saturday 04 January 2003

Saturday 17 August 2002

Monday 22 April 2002

Saturday 25 August 2001

Saturday 10 February 2001

Saturday 09 September 2000

Saturday 19 February 2000

Saturday 23 October 1999

Saturday 03 April 1999

Saturday 24 October 1998

Saturday 02 May 1998

Saturday 27 September 1997

Saturday 08 March 1997

Saturday 31 August 1996

Saturday 16 December 1995

Saturday 28 October 1995

Saturday 14 January 1995

Saturday 01 October 1994

 

Players For Us... and Them

Lucas AkinsProfile
James BallProfile
Joel ByromProfile
Dean GreygooseProfile
Simon HeslopProfile
Neil IllmanProfile
Dino MaamriaProfile
Nathan PeelProfile
Mark RobertsProfile
Bradley SandemanProfile
Darryn StampProfile
Steve WaltersProfile
Danny WilliamsProfile
Peter WinnProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:


Travel Information – Distance: 162 miles

By Road:
From Stevenage, by whatever means, connect with the M1 as you will need to get onto the M6 for Northwich. Once on the M6, head north until you reach junction 18 and then head west along the A54. When you reach the town of Middlewich, go over the roundabout and continue on the A54 before turning right onto the A530.

Head north along the A530 until you reach the outskirts of Northwich, and then continue straight over the next roundabout on the A530. After passing underneath the railway bridge, at the end of the road turn right onto the A559 before turning left shortly after a public house on what should still be the A559.

About 0.7 miles up this road will be a left turn into Wincham Lane. Follow this road until you pass over the canal, before turning left down the stadium access road.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking:
You should have no issues finding a parking spot at the stadium, with a decent-sized car park available right outside.


By Rail:
Station: NORTHWICH (LOSTOCK GRALAM)
Services to: STOCKPORT (for LONDON EUSTON and DONCASTER)

The journey to Northwich that offers one permuation of the rail network and takes the least time, although still over four hours, is one that goes via Kings Cross and Euston. Take a train into London, and then catch a Virgin Trains service from Euston to Stockport, where a Northern Rail connection will complete the journey.

For where the ground is, it may be easier to get off the train at Lostock Gralam. Northern Rail services usually stop here as far as we know. From Lostock Gralam, turn left onto Station Road before crossing the Manchester Road into Hall Lane. After about 0.7 miles, turn left into Wincham Lane, and in 500 yards, turn left into Wincham Avenue.

From Northwich station, you want to exit onto Station Road, and turn right. At the roundabout, cross over Chester Way and head up New Warrington Road for just over half a mile. Turn right into Chapel Street, and continue for under half a mile or so, before turning right.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner