Slough Town: Club Profile
For three seasons, us and Slough Town were Conference chums. They even knocked us out of the FA Trophy for good measure too! Not cool, lads.
Slough Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Slough Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Tuesday 07 April 1998
Monday 16 March 1998
Saturday 14 March 1998
Wednesday 01 January 1997
Thursday 26 December 1996
Tuesday 12 March 1996
Monday 01 January 1996
Players For Us... and Them
Slough Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Slough Town Travel Information – Distance: 40 miles
After a brief time playing in Beaconsfield, the Rebels are now back in Slough. To get here, go south on the A1(M) and join up with the M25 however you wish to do so. Go clockwise and leave the M25 for the London-bound M40. But you’re only on this for a short while.
At Junction 1 of the M40 for the A412 and A4020, come off and turn right onto the system of roundabouts that’s in place. When you get to the first of the ‘small’ ones you come to, take the second exit for the A412 and continue for no more than three miles. After passing Langley Park, turn right. This brings you onto Hexham Park Lane.
In another mile, turn right onto Church Road and follow the road to the roundabout. Here, go straight on for the B416 and stay on this road for about a mile; passing a crematorium in the process. The stadium will soon be on the left.
The club offers a couple of parking options on top of the limited street parking available. At Arbour Park, there are some parking spaces that are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. But this doesn’t include cup games, which could be a problem for Boro’ fans.
You can try St Joseph’s School as an alternative; again offering first-come, first-served car parking. Otherwise, you might want to try parking up at either the bus or railway stations – apparently there’s plenty of parking around here and is a 15-20-minute walk away.
Services to: LONDON PADDINGTON
The walk shouldn’t be much of an effort from Slough station. Walk across the railway to the northern side (with the Holiday Inn on) and make your way across Railway Terrace; going through the passage to Grays Place. Go left here – and then turn right at the end – to get onto Stoke Road (B416). Keep going up here and the ground will be on your right.