Yeovil Town

Club Profile

First Played: 1994-5

Win Rate: 24% (from 33 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2022

Yeovil Town – there’s something about the Glovers that puts us on edge. We’re not 100% sure why. Probably our past results, to be honest. Our record leaves a bit to be desired. If it’s not Carl Alford in the 2002 FA Trophy final, it is Ben Tozer in the 2015-6 FA Cup Second Round. Or it’s us being on the wrong end of a 2021 FA Cupset. On the flip side, there are some magical moments; Patrick Agyemang breaking his duck in a stunning six-goal romp at Huish Park in 2012.

It’s almost a surprise to see the Glovers struggle in more recent times. After dropping back into non-league football, the club have looked less and less likely to return. An immediate promotion back to League Two was possible with a fourth-placed finish in 2020. But they lost to Barnet (of all teams) in the playoffs. And the Bees aren’t exactly storming it at the moment either. We’ve even given them a former manager and several old Boro’ players to see if that’d help. No dice.


Yeovil Town: The Facts

Huish Park
Lufton Way, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 8YF

01935 423662


Who are Yeovil Town?

By the time the Glovers catapulted themselves into the hallowed lands of the Football League in 2003, it was about bloody time. It was a Conference title that was three seasons in the making; Boston United and Rushden Anne Diamonds holding them off in 2001 and 2002 respectively. And so the Yeovil stock continued to go up. Inside two years, the club were kings of League Two and – a decade after the Conference title – went up to the Championship.

The second tier was the undoubted high in the long history of Yeovil Town. Mind you, a famous FA Cup win over Sunderland back in 1948-9 runs it close. The Glovers were first established in 1890 and had a few different names about the gaff, until Yeovil Town was settled upon in 1946. In 1979, the club ended a 50-odd-year stay in the Southern League in becoming founder members of the Conference, with a few knocks in the 1980s and 1990s.

Yeovil Town: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
Overall 33 8 13 12 44 41 3 32 24%
Home 15 5 7 3 21 15 6 18 33%
Away 17 3 6 8 23 24 -1 14 18%
League 25 7 11 7 38 29 9 32 28%
Cup 8 1 2 5 6 12 -6 n/a 13%

* 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

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How to get to 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.

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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.

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