Millwall: Club Profile

It wasn’t until 2017 that we got a ‘proper’ game with Millwall; a League Cup First Round tie if it slipped your mind. The Lions came out on top that day. Before that, there had been the occasional pre-season between us too.


The Facts

Millwall: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

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

Tuesday 08 August 2017


Players For Us... and Them

Patrick AgyemangProfile
Femi AkinwandeProfile
Malcolm AllenProfile
Shaun BattProfile
Mark BeardProfile
Michael BostwickProfile
Jason BrissettProfile
DJ CampbellProfile
Leon CortProfile
Chris DayProfile
Steve ForbesProfile
Anthony FurlongeProfile
Gavin GrantProfile
Barry HaylesProfile
Danny HocktonProfile
Simeon JacksonProfile
Tom KingProfile
Charlie LeeProfile
Kevin LisbieProfile
Colin LuckettProfile
Dave MartinProfile
Joe MartinProfile
Ben MayProfile
Josh McQuoidProfile
Filipe MoraisProfile
Steve MorisonProfile
Geoff PitcherProfile
Sean St LedgerProfile
Shaun StevensProfile
Paul SturgessProfile
Graeme TomlinsonProfile
Michael TongeProfile
Ed UpsonProfile
Peter VincentiProfile
Marvin WilliamsProfile


Millwall Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints


Millwall Travel Information – Distance: 35 miles

By Road

If you want to drive to Millwall, we’re going to recommend a direct route through central London. Just be wary of straying into any Congestion Charge zone. We don’t think you will, but we aren’t taking that hit. So, let’s start by heading south on the A1.

Follow the A1 all the way down into Islington until you hit the junction by Highbury and Islington Tube station. Here, take the second exit from the roundabout onto the A1200. This takes you down to Old Street roundabout, where you want to bear left for the A501.

As you indulge this trendy part of town, use the right two lanes to take a slight right onto the A1202. In 1.2 miles, turn right onto the B126 and then a slight left onto the A1210 shortly after. This takes you down towards Tower Bridge. So – don’t forget to take pics.

After crossing the Thames, turn left onto Tooley Street (A200) towards Bermondsey. Go right onto St James’s Road, then left just after the railway bridge for Blue Anchor Lane. This becomes Southwark Park Road (A2206) as you follow it round to the left.

At the roundabout, take the second exit for Galleywall Road. A third of a mile later, you need to go right onto the A2208 and then left onto Ilderton Road. It’s a quick-fire move, should your mind wander. It’s another third of a mile until Stockholm Road; go left here, left again and left once more for The Den.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


There’s no parking at the ground and the Lions ask that you take public transport if at all possible. You might find street parking in the nearby residential areas, but we aren’t sure that you won’t just find a load of permit and resident schemes in force.

By Rail


South Bermondsey is a 10-minute walk from the stadium and is the preferred station. You can get to South Bermondsey by travelling to Finsbury Park, catching the tube to Highbury and Islington and then the London Overground to Peckham Rye.

Leave the station and turn left onto Ilderton Road, following it round before turning left for Zampa Road. Cross the railway into Bolina Road and you’re there.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner