Cheltenham Town: Club Profile

How many Boro’ fixtures over the years do you know that have been delayed due to a bomb scare? Just the one; away to Cheltenham Town on Valentine’s Day in 1998. The following season, the Robins continued their rapid rise with promotion into the Football League. It took us a decade to catch them up and we’ve more than made up for it since.

Cheltenham Town: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Cheltenham Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 07 September 2019

Saturday 04 May 2019

Saturday 27 October 2018

Monday 01 January 2018

Saturday 02 September 2017

Tuesday 14 February 2017

Tuesday 27 September 2016

Monday 06 April 2015

Saturday 15 November 2014

Saturday 26 February 2011

Saturday 11 September 2010

Saturday 13 March 1999

Tuesday 16 February 1999

Saturday 06 February 1999

Saturday 19 December 1998

Tuesday 01 December 1998

Saturday 14 February 1998

Friday 19 December 1997


Players For Us... and Them

Elijah AdebayoProfile
Jason BrissettProfile
Craig DobsonProfile
Byron HarrisonProfile
Barry HaylesProfile
Charlie MacDonaldProfile
Guy MadjoProfile
Jennison Myrie-WilliamsProfile
Craig ReidProfile
Justin RichardsProfile
Robin ShrootProfile
Chris TaylorProfile
Kyle WoottonProfile

Cheltenham Town Ground Information

Hazlewoods Stand

Disabled supporters are admitted into Cheltenham Town’s ground for a concessionary rate, though proof of receipt of the Disability Living Allowance may be required. You’re invited to call or email if you have any further queries, however.

The away supporters’ accommodation does cater for visitors with disabilities, which includes the provision of four pitchside wheelchair spaces and designated seats for the ambulant disabled – it seems as if you’ll need to apply for an accessible parking space if needed.

For £1, you could chance your arm on the Robins Nest bar at the ground itself. But you won’t be short of options in the local area; the Kemble Brewery Inn, the Sudeley Arms and the are all located nearby.

Cheltenham Town Travel Information – Distance: 111 miles

Let’s take the direct route for this one, and keep things simple. Go south on the A1(M) and hook up with the counter-clockwise M25; you’ll be wanting the M40. After near enough 30 miles on the M40, bear left at Junction 8 and come off onto the A40. You’ll be following this all the way through Oxford and up to Cheltenham now.

As you get to Cheltenham itself, take a right onto Hales Road (B4075) for 0.7 miles. This will bring you to a roundabout, where you need to turn left (first exit) for Hewlett Road. You’ll only be on here for 0.2 miles before turning right onto Cleeve View Road. It’s another 0.2 miles on here, before you’re turning left onto Whaddon Road.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

For the free park ‘n’ ride service, continue along Priors Road and then turn right into Bouncers Lane. At the double mini-roundabout, turn left at the first and second exit on the second one onto the B4348 signposted Evesham A435. Continue straight over the next roundabout and the Cheltenham Racecourse Park ‘n’ Ride is on the right.


Cheltenham Spa train station is the nearest to the ground but at more than two miles away from the Abbey Business Stadium, it represents a lengthy walk so we’d recommend taking the bus or a taxi.

Bus: D Bus from Train Station to Town Centre and then a 15 minute walk, or the A bus from the station takes you directly to the ground.

Taxi: From the train station car park to the ground is an £8-10 taxi fare.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner