Ebbsfleet United: Club Profile

We’ll always remember them as Gravesend & Northfleet, even if you moved on from their 2007 name change to Ebbsfleet United. Our record against the Fleet is formidable enough too; winning 15 of our 22 encounters up until the point we wrote this sentence. But they’re able to claim a small bragging right; the Fleet being one of the few sides to beat us during our 2009-10 Blue Square Premier title-winning campaign.


The Facts

Ebbsfleet United: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

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

Saturday 12 December 2009

Tuesday 01 December 2009

Tuesday 18 August 2009

Saturday 11 April 2009

Saturday 21 March 2009

Saturday 14 March 2009

Tuesday 02 December 2008

Saturday 23 August 2008

Friday 21 March 2008

Saturday 01 September 2007

Saturday 27 January 2007

Saturday 09 December 2006

Saturday 25 March 2006

Saturday 29 October 2005

Saturday 16 April 2005

Tuesday 25 January 2005

Saturday 04 September 2004

Saturday 24 January 2004

Tuesday 23 September 2003

Saturday 25 January 2003

Monday 26 August 2002

Saturday 26 October 1996


Players For Us... and Them

James BallProfile
Michael BostwickProfile
Darius CharlesProfile
Andy DruryProfile
Johnny GoddardProfile
Matt GoddenProfile
Michael JordanProfile
Jack KingProfile
Stuart LewisProfile
Ryan LoftProfile
Stacy LongProfile
Gary MacDonaldProfile
Tyrone MarshProfile
John MartinProfile
Ben MayProfile
Daryl McMahonProfile
Bondz N'GalaProfile
Jordan ParkesProfile
Alex ReidProfile
Tyron SealeyProfile
Michael ThalassitisProfile
Michael TimlinProfile
Joe WelchProfile
Calum WillockProfile
Lawrie WilsonProfile


Ebbsfleet United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints


Ebbsfleet United Travel Information – Distance: 61 miles

By Road

Take the M25 towards the Dartford Crossing. Once you cross to the other side of the Thames and pass through the tolls, leave at the first junction for the A206 (Erith and Swanscombe might just be on those signs).

Continue following the signs along the A206 for the Bluewater shopping complex. Do this until you reach the junction for the A226, which has a McDonalds located to the top left of the roundabout. Take the first exit and head for Northfleet.

After 1.5 miles will be Grove Road. Turn left here and the ground isn’t that much further.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Down the local side streets, there are some limited parking opportunities. Thamesway – the road between the station and the roundabout outside the stadium – is a ‘Clearway’. That means, if you park here, the authorities will clear away your car. Well, maybe not. You’ll get a ticket though.

Ebbsfleet International Station offers matchday parking in Car Park C for £3. The club suggests using this for your peace of mind. But they also suggest having small change with you for payment. It might be hard for the staff to accept a £20 note.

By Rail

Services to: LONDON BRIDGE

The station in Northfleet is just 500 yards from the ground, as long as you exit left from the station. Go right and the walk will become longer and longer until you correct yourself.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner