Yeovil Town Club Profile

Last Updated: 17 November 2021

Since first meeting back in 1994, we’ve played Yeovil Town on many occasions – and it’s usually us on the wrong end of the score. The most obvious example of this is the 2001-2 FA Trophy Final; ex-Boro’ goal hero Carl Alford helping The Glovers to defeat us 2-0 up at Villa Park. Still, we can count a 6-0 win at Huish Park among our highlights. Even Patrick Agyemang scored that day too. That more than makes up for a few of our defeats.


Yeovil Town: The Facts

Yeovil Town: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
33 8 13 12 44 41 3 32 24%

* league points only

Yeovil Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 04 December 2021

Saturday 02 February 2019

Saturday 25 August 2018

Saturday 17 February 2018

Saturday 28 October 2017

Saturday 29 April 2017

Saturday 12 November 2016

Tuesday 05 April 2016

Saturday 05 December 2015

Saturday 14 November 2015

Saturday 13 April 2013

Tuesday 06 November 2012

Saturday 14 April 2012

Saturday 22 October 2011

Saturday 21 December 2002

Saturday 14 September 2002

Sunday 12 May 2002

Thursday 18 April 2002

Saturday 24 November 2001

Saturday 03 March 2001

Saturday 16 September 2000

Monday 17 April 2000

Tuesday 04 April 2000

Saturday 15 January 2000

Saturday 01 May 1999

Monday 14 September 1998

Saturday 07 February 1998

Monday 01 December 1997

Saturday 16 August 1997

Tuesday 14 March 1995

Monday 27 February 1995

Monday 20 February 1995

Saturday 17 December 1994


Players For Us... and Them

Carl Alford Profile
Dean Bowditch Profile
Owen Coll Profile
Lee Cox Profile
Kevin Dillon Profile
Shaun Donnellan Profile
Max Ehmer Profile
Howard Forinton Profile
Luke Freeman Profile
Dale Gorman Profile
Giuliano Grazioli Profile
Ryan Hedges Profile
Sam Hoskins Profile
Remeao Hutton Profile
Kirk Jackson Profile
Michael Jordan Profile
Charlie Lee Profile
Jamar Loza Profile
Tony Lynch Profile
Neil Mustoe Profile
Bondz N'Gala Profile
Richard Nugent Profile
Ben Nugent Profile
Eddie Odhiambo Profile
Yemi Odubade Profile
Luke Oliver Profile
Colin Omogbehin Profile
Dean Parrett Profile
Colin Pluck Profile
Graham Roberts Profile
Phil Simpson Profile
Alex Smith Profile
Jimmy Smith Profile
Adam Smith Profile
Connor Smith Profile
Efetobore Sodje Profile
Emmanuel Sonupe Profile
Jack Storer Profile
Ed Upson Profile
Simon Weatherstone Profile
Marvin Williams Profile
Francois Zoko Profile


Yeovil Town Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Radio Cabs Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

If you wish to park at Huish Park, the advice is to contact the Yeovil Town FC Disabled Supporters’ Association (DSA). They manage the car parking at the ground. To use a space, phone DSA secretary Sharon Swain on 07790 375250 in advance. Spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fans with a disability or impairment are accommodated in the away end. There are five spaces for wheelchair users in the away end of the Screwfix stand. The club also offers six waterproof wheelchair covers, as well as 10 waterproof wheelchair blankets and 10 fleece blankets to be used during the match.

For those with a visual impairment, you can ask a steward on the day for one of the six DAB radios and headsets to listen to BBC Radio Somerset commentary.

If you have an ambulant disability, a personal assistant can attend with you free of charge if you receive the middle or higher rate of the Disability Living Allowance. Efforts are also made to provide you with a seat nearest to the entrances and exits. You can get in touch with the club for more information – email [email protected] or call 01935 423662 Ext 200.

Pre-Match Pints

Huish Park has a number of pubs close at hand; the two nearest being the Airfield Tavern and the Arrow. One of these also has a fish and chip shop readily available, which could be the perfect accompaniment to your pint?


Yeovil Town Travel Information – Distance: 153 miles

By Road

Located on the outskirts of Yeovil, Huish Park isn’t too much trouble to find once you arrive in Somerset. It will be a lengthy journey from Stevenage, however, as you travel deep into the West Country. So, your best bet is to travel south on the A1(M) and take the route that feels most convenient for you to reach the counter-clockwise M25

For some that is continuing on the A1(M); for others, it’s the A414/A405 to Junction 21a.

Leave the M25 for the M3 south, before leaving it after Basingstoke for the A303. Keep on the A303 until the Cartgate roundabout on the north west edge of Yeovil town. Here, follow signs for Yeovil on the A3088. At the first roundabout you come to, take the first exit along Bunford Lane and then continue over the next roundabout.

Another roundabout will soon be up, where you need to take the first exit into Lufton Way.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


You can park at Huish Park on either side of the ground at a cost of £3.

By Rail


Yeovil has two stations: Junction and Pen Mill. Neither of these are particularly close to Huish Park, though services seem to run to Yeovil Junction more often. From here, the distance is such that you probably need a taxi. Local bus services will also be available.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner