Hyde United: Club Profile

It seemed we were on course for the non-league double in 1995-6 – until Hyde United killed off our Trophy hopes with a shock quarter-final win.

 

The Facts

Hyde United: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
100123-100%

* league points only


Hyde United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 23 March 1996

 

Players For Us... and Them

Liam GeorgeProfile
Bradley SandemanProfile
Leon SmithProfile
Mark WestheadProfile

Hyde United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Hyde United Travel Information – Distance: 176 miles

By Road

The best way to get to Hyde is likely to be up the A1(M) and A1, before working your way across. To do this, exit at Junction 35 for the M18 towards Sheffield. At Junction 32 of the M18, come off and join the M1 towards Sheffield/Leeds. Next, come off the M1 at Junction 35a for the A616.

At the roundabout, take the second exit onto the A616 and go through two roundabouts on a 10.6-mile stretch. Once you arrive at Langsett Tour de France camping, take the first exit at the roundabout onto A628 and then – after 13.7 miles – continue onto the A57.

After another three miles, turn left onto Grange Road North; the first right of Miles Street taking you up to the ground after.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

You can park at the ground for free – or use the Leisure Pool, which is £2 per car. Any street parking will have to be away from the ground as a residents scheme is in place.


By Train

Station: NEWTON FOR HYDE
Services to: MANCHESTER PICCADILLY

Newton for Hyde is the nearest station and is around half a mile. So, it’s not too arduous on the feet. Leave the station and head down Castle Street. Turn left onto Halton Street and get onto the other side of the M67 motorway; turning left into Andrew Street. Follow this around to the right, before continuing onto Villiers Street across the A57.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner