Swindon Town: Club Profile

Ever since our famous 1998 cup win at the County Ground, our record against the Robins has left a lot to be desired; almost as if Swindon Town are on the hunt for revenge. After a run of four straight defeats to the Wiltshire team, we rediscovered that winning touch. Not that it has stuck as much as we’d like; Boro’ still with much ground in the head-to-head stakes to make up.

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
12 4 0 8 16 21 -5 6 33%

* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 12 March 2019

Tuesday 27 November 2018

Tuesday 30 January 2018

Saturday 02 December 2017

Saturday 16 September 2017

Tuesday 14 January 2014

Tuesday 10 December 2013

Saturday 10 August 2013

Saturday 20 April 2013

Saturday 27 October 2012

Tuesday 18 October 2005

Saturday 03 January 1998


Players For Us... and Them

Elijah Adebayo Profile
Steve Berry Profile
Miguel Comminges Profile
Lee Cox Profile
Scott Cuthbert Profile
Michael Doughty Profile
James Dunne Profile
Adam El-Abd Profile
Johnny Goddard Profile
Giuliano Grazioli Profile
Charlie Griffin Profile
Dean Hooper Profile
Jake Hyde Profile
Albert Jarrett Profile
Junior Lewis Profile
Lloyd Opara Profile
Dean Parrett Profile
Paul Peterson Profile
Alex Revell Profile
Oliver Risser Profile
Jamie Slabber Profile
Alex Smith Profile
Jonathan Smith Profile
Tony Thorpe Profile
Michael Timlin Profile
Ashley Westwood Profile
Martin Williams Profile
Ben Worrall Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Arkells Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
While there are no specific ambulant disabled facilities, there are 10 wheelchair spaces for away fans located with the visiting supporters. There are also full disabled facilities and audio commentary available.

For more details, get in touch with listed contact Mark Isaacs on 0844 880 1099.

Pre-Match Pintage:
Bar 71 is located by the away turnstiles and is regarded as a watering hole for away supporters. Meanwhile, if you are travelling to Swindon by train, you will find The Queen's Tap, almost immediately opposite the exit of the station.

Travel Information – Distance: 30 miles

By Road:
It seems most convenient to use the M4 in getting to Swindon, which first requires passage along the A1(M) and M25. Once on the westbound M4, sit back and enjoy the views of Slough and Reading for there is not much to report until you reach Junction 15 in the heart of Wiltshire.

At Junction 15, take the A4259 Queens Drive towards Swindon town centre. Continue straight across one roundabout, before taking the first exit at the next; the A4312 towards Swindon and signposted "Football Traffic". The ground is on the corner of the Magic Roundabout.

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Parking at the ground is £10 or £5 at St Joseph's College on Ocotal Way; both of which are run by the club. If encouraged to look elsewhere, there may be street parking on hand or at the cricket club heading up County Road and following the signs for football parking.

By Rail:
Station: SWINDON

Exit the station and head more or less straight across Station Road and up Wellington Street. Turn left into Manchester Road and continue in a straight line for 0.4 miles. Upon reaching a roundabout, turn right onto County Road with the cricket ground and the ground visible ahead.

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