Morecambe: Club Profile

You’ll be hard pushed to find a team we’ve played more times than The Shrimps; our story dating way back to April 1996. We’ve walked hand-in-hand each step of the way since too. Or at least it feels that way; take out the three-season gap between our promotions to the Football League and our time in League One. You can’t have it all, however. We’ll still be playing this lot after the Apocalypse, just you wait…

Morecambe: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

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

Saturday 26 October 2019

Saturday 19 January 2019

Saturday 18 August 2018

Saturday 13 January 2018

Saturday 23 September 2017

Friday 14 April 2017

Saturday 15 October 2016

Saturday 23 April 2016

Saturday 28 November 2015

Saturday 03 January 2015

Saturday 29 November 2014

Saturday 22 January 2011

Saturday 23 October 2010

Saturday 07 April 2007

Tuesday 06 February 2007

Saturday 03 February 2007

Saturday 26 August 2006

Saturday 11 February 2006

Saturday 24 September 2005

Tuesday 01 March 2005

Saturday 23 October 2004

Saturday 27 March 2004

Saturday 22 November 2003

Saturday 08 February 2003

Saturday 31 August 2002

Saturday 13 April 2002

Saturday 06 April 2002

Saturday 30 March 2002

Saturday 20 October 2001

Monday 23 April 2001

Saturday 31 March 2001

Saturday 08 January 2000

Saturday 09 October 1999

Saturday 23 January 1999

Saturday 12 September 1998

Saturday 18 April 1998

Sunday 07 September 1997

Monday 31 March 1997

Saturday 24 August 1996

Saturday 27 April 1996

Saturday 06 April 1996


Players For Us... and Them

Mike BignallProfile
Jordan BurrowProfile
Phil EdwardsProfile
Chris HolroydProfile
Mark HughesProfile
Chris KettingsProfile
Joe LumleyProfile
Elliott OsborneProfile
Jordan SlewProfile
Jonathan SmithProfile
Leon SmithProfile
Steve WaltersProfile

Morecambe Ground Information

East Terrace

To qualify for a concession ticket, Morecambe requires that supporters have evidence of a high rate of benefit. And if a personal assistant is in attendance with you, they will be admitted free of charge.

For supporters requiring the use of a wheelchair, there are ample facilities in the away stand and these are located at pitchside. There are also 30 seats designed for fans with ambulant disabilities in the front row of the away stand.

Accessible parking spaces are made available to visiting supporters, although you have to speak to the club to arrange this.

The Hurley Flyer is found just outside the stadium. Supporters more familiar with Morecambe, however, might want to revisit the tried and tested York Hotel near the old Christie Park. It also apparently runs a shuttle bus service to the newer venue.

Morecambe Travel Information – Distance: 229 miles

There are numerous ways to get to Morecambe, including a scenic route over the Peak District. However, to get there, take the M1 as far as Junction 24 for the A50. Take the A50 across the M1/M6 corridor until you reach Stoke. At Stoke, head northbound on the A500 ring road to arrive at Junction 16 of the M6.

Join the northbound M6 and continue up to Junction 34 (A683 Lancaster). Exit onto the A683 and head into Lancaster. Follow signs for Morecambe and the A589. When you reach the Shrimp Roundabout turn left onto Westgate and the ground is about one mile down on the right hand side just before the second bridge.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

Continue along Westgate with the stadium on the right until you get on the other side of the railway, where there will be plenty of street options in the side roads on either side.


The walk from Morecambe railway station is just over a mile, so give yourself time to complete it in time. From the station, head east on the B5321 Station Road and turn right onto the B5274 for the shortest of treks. Turn right at the B5274 West End Road for 0.2 miles and then make a left at Acre Moss Lane. Nearly half a mile later, continue onto Buckingham Road and then turn left into Westgate. The ground will be on the left.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner