Dagenham & Redbridge: Club Profile

A succession of mergers led to the formation of the Daggers, who have proved a tough opponent over the years. Dagenham & Redbridge came about when Dagenham joined forces with Redbridge in 1992; the latter the result of a merger between Ilford, Leytonstone and Walthamstow Avenue – all former Boro’ opponents from yesteryear.

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Monday 28 December 2015

Wednesday 07 October 2015

Saturday 29 August 2015

Saturday 21 March 2015

Friday 26 December 2014

Tuesday 04 September 2012

Tuesday 20 March 2007

Saturday 14 October 2006

Saturday 18 February 2006

Wednesday 05 October 2005

Friday 25 March 2005

Saturday 14 August 2004

Saturday 20 December 2003

Tuesday 12 August 2003

Saturday 29 March 2003

Tuesday 04 March 2003

Monday 11 March 2002

Tuesday 02 October 2001

Tuesday 20 March 2001

Tuesday 19 September 2000

Monday 28 August 2000

Wednesday 04 November 1998

Monday 29 April 1996

Saturday 20 January 1996

Monday 11 December 1995

Tuesday 24 January 1995

Wednesday 16 November 1994

Monday 10 October 1994


Players For Us... and Them

No Players

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Traditional Builders Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
We understand that disabled supporters are entitled to a concessionary rate of entry upon receipt of the middle or higher rate of the Disability Living Allowance, or the Severe Disablement Allowance or Attendance Allowance.

In terms of facilities, the ground has 20 wheelchair spaces together with a seat for personal assistants where required; these spaces can be found in front of the away seating area. If you travel with a personal assistant, they will receive a complimentary ticket.

Guide dogs are permitted, but the club requests that you get in touch to discuss access, facilities and welfare in advance of the ground.

Supporters with ambulatory disabilities "of a severe nature" will be entitled to enter the ground at a concessionary rate and sit in areas nearest entrances and exits. But the club says if individuals do not wish to sit in these areas, it might lead to the forfeiture of the concessionary entitlement.

The Dagenham and Redbridge website contains a wealth of information relating to the facilities for supporters with disabilities, and it's advised you take a look by clicking here or get in touch with the club should you have any concerns or queries.

Pre-Match Pintage:
If Boro' aren't a 'high profile' visitor, away fans can use the social club at the ground for a 50p entry fee. Otherwise, you might find venturing out onto local streets and making use of nearby pubs. We've not heard of any you'd want to absolutely avoid, but we've not heard of many full stop to be honest.

Travel Information – Distance: 49 miles

By Road:
From Stevenage, take the A1(M) down to the M25 and follow eastbound (towards Dartford Crossing) until you reach Junction 27, for the M11. Exit onto the M11 southbound towards London and continue on until you reach Charlie Brown's, the end of the M11. Here, follow the signs for A406 (E) towards Barking.

Once on the A406, almost immediately is the junction for the A12, and here one needs to exit the A406. At the roundabout, take the second exit (the first being for local traffic) and follow signs for Chelmsford (A12). Continue along the A12 until you reach the Moby Dick junction.

At the traffic lights, turn right. Follow the A1112 south until you pass the junction for the A124, as soon to be on your right will be Victoria Road. At the end is the ground.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

The ground itself has very limited parking around the back of the main stand, so your best bet if travelling by car is to park on the local streets, which often prove popular with home fans making car journeys to the ground as well.

By Rail:

Come out of the station and turn left - Victoria Road is 400 yards on the left, with the ground a further 100 yards down there.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner