Southport: Club Profile

Boro’ fought quite a few battles with Southport in our time as a Conference side; the most recent now being as far back as 2007.

The Facts

Southport: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
227692728-12732%

* league points only


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

Tuesday 13 March 2007

Tuesday 10 October 2006

Saturday 21 January 2006

Saturday 20 August 2005

Saturday 26 April 2003

Saturday 02 November 2002

Saturday 19 January 2002

Saturday 01 September 2001

Monday 30 April 2001

Friday 22 December 2000

Saturday 06 May 2000

Saturday 25 March 2000

Saturday 06 March 1999

Saturday 05 September 1998

Saturday 11 April 1998

Saturday 23 August 1997

Saturday 19 April 1997

Saturday 05 October 1996

Saturday 18 November 1995

Saturday 26 August 1995

Monday 17 April 1995

Saturday 04 February 1995

 

Players For Us... and Them

Joel ByromProfile
John DreyerProfile
Luke FosterProfile
Kurtis GuthrieProfile
Matt HockingProfile
Dino MaamriaProfile
Elliott OsborneProfile
Mark RobertsProfile
Steven SchumacherProfile
Craig WestcarrProfile

Southport Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Southport Travel Information – Distance: 198 miles

By Road

Take the M1 northbound, followed by the M6. It doesn’t matter how you choose to get onto the M6. You can take the M6 Toll past Birmingham or the A50 to Stoke. It’s your call. Once on the M6, however, continue north to junction 26; taking you onto the M58.

At Junction 3, exit onto the A570 passing Skelmersdale and Ormskirk. Once you enter the Kew district of the town, take the third exit at a roundabout and take Scarisbrick New Road for a short while. On the right will be the ground.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

The club has no car park for fans. So, it’s likely you’ll need to find on-street parking in the surrounding areas. There are some restrictions in force, however.


By Rail

Station: SOUTHPORT
Services to: LIVERPOOL SOUTH PARKWAY (for CREWE)

The ground is about a mile away from the main station. Leave the station onto Chapel Street, which runs along the back of the station. Turn left into Tulketh Street and follow around past a car park, and it should bring you out onto the A570 Eastbank Street.

Turn left onto Eastbank Street and keep walking along this road as you will eventually reach the ground.

If you get off the train at Meols Cop station, turn left into Hawthorne Grove and then left again into Bishpam Road. As the railway passes under a four-way junction, turn left yet again so you are heading down Norwood Road. As you pass Peel Street and Crowland Road to your left, Haig Avenue should almost immediately be on the right.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner