Stalybridge Celtic Club Profile
Stalybridge Celtic are one of those clubs who we first met after our promotion to the GM Vauxhall Conference in 1994. After losing our initial match-up, we put five past them in both of the next two fixtures; games that spanned the 1994-5 and 1995-6 seasons. With their relegation at the end of the 2001-2 season, that was the last time we’d meet.
Stalybridge Celtic: The Facts
Stalybridge Celtic: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Stalybridge Celtic: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 16 March 2002
Saturday 01 December 2001
Saturday 18 August 2001
Saturday 07 March 1998
Saturday 01 November 1997
Saturday 26 April 1997
Saturday 22 February 1997
Saturday 13 April 1996
Saturday 09 March 1996
Saturday 18 March 1995
Saturday 10 December 1994
Stalybridge Celtic Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Stalybridge Celtic Travel Information – Distance: 166 miles
Not the fastest route, but the shortest. You’ll need get onto the M1 and head north. You’ll continue until Junction 24, at which point you’ll exit and take the Derby-bound A50. Keep on the A50 for about 22 miles or so, before taking the exit for A515 towards Ashbourne.
After leaving the A50, the junction comprises two roundabouts. Take the fourth and first exits respectively for the A515. As you approach Ashbourne in around eight-and-a-half-miles, go through two roundabouts until you reach the local leisure centre. Here, turn left at the roundabout for 68/Station Road.
Turn right at the end of the road onto 68/Church Street and then continue on; taking you back onto the A515. You’re basically cutting a corner here. Stay on the A515 for nearly 20 miles, before turning right onto Dukes Drive. This looks like a rural road that passes next to Lime Tree Park. Dukes Drive will loop round and pop out by a Morrisons supermarket.
Turn left onto what will be the A6 and then take the second exit at the roundabout shortly afterwards to stay on the A6. After 5.5 miles, take the first exit at a roundabout by an Aldi supermarket and take the A624; following it up with the third exit at the next roundabout.
In seven miles, the A624 will require you to make a right turn over the adjacent railway track. Do this and continue on for another seven miles.
At this point, take a left onto Turnlee Road and keep going as it becomes Primrose Lane. Take a left for the A57 after half a mile and stay on this road. As you come to Mottram in Longdendale, bear right onto the A6018. The stadium will be on the left after two miles.
If the ground’s car park is full before kick-off (and there’s a chance it will be), you can try the local streets on the opposite side of Mottram Road.
Services to: LEEDS
From the station, head east on the B6176 Market Street and down towards the River Tame. At Trinity Street, turn right and then left and again right for Stamford Street. Go down here for nearly a mile to get to the ground.