Altrincham: Club Profile

A regular opponent during our time in the Conference, and a side against whom we’ve had more good results than bad; Alty won both our meetings during the 2006-7 campaign, and they are the only two times we’ve been on the wrong end of the scoreline.

Altrincham were a pretty impressive force in non-league football during the late 1970s and 1980s; winning the first-ever Conference title. Their efforts to join the League, however, not so fruitful; none more so evident than being denied a place after their 1980 title win by a single vote.

Altrincham: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

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

Wednesday 14 April 2010

Saturday 26 September 2009

Saturday 28 February 2009

Saturday 13 September 2008

Saturday 29 December 2007

Monday 26 November 2007

Saturday 24 March 2007

Saturday 12 August 2006

Saturday 07 January 2006

Saturday 13 August 2005

Saturday 29 January 2000

Saturday 14 August 1999

Tuesday 29 April 1997

Monday 17 March 1997

Saturday 30 March 1996

Saturday 30 September 1995

Thursday 27 April 1995

Saturday 15 October 1994


Players For Us... and Them

Dean GreygooseProfile
Callum PrestonProfile
Leon SmithProfile
Mark SmitheringaleProfile
Greg TanseyProfile
Sam WedgburyProfile

Altrincham Ground Information

Altrincham Travel Information – Distance: 169 miles

From Stevenage, you’ll need to make your way onto the M1 followed by the M6. Continue northbound on the M6 until you reach Junction 19, and follow then the A556 towards the M56 and Manchester Airport. Once on the M56, exit at junction 6 for Hale Barnes, passing through Hale Barnes.

Upon reaching some traffic lights – a junction with the A5144 – continue forward, but turn right into Westminster Road, which should be the third road on the right. At the end of Westminster Road will be Moss Lane on the left, and once in Moss Lane, the ground will appear on the right.

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There is a car park behind the Hale End, which isn’t admittedly the biggest car park in the world. On street parking is generally allowed, except in certain parts and on junctions which are marked by yellow cones.

Local streets usually afford a comfortable capacity for those wishing to park up close to the ground. Otherwise, the best bet is a large pay and display car park at Altrincham Leisure Centre on Thomas Street.


If you’re walking to the ground from the station, leave on the side where the low level station car park is. Cut through the car park and come out onto Oakfield Road, turning right.

At the bottom of Oakfield Road, take a left onto Moss Lane – and by continuing down this road, you’ll soon come to the ground. It’s about half a mile if you’re after the particulars.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner