Gloucester City: Club Profile

It took 180 minutes to separate ourselves from Gloucester City in our 1998 FA Trophy Round Three tie, but we made it in the end. In the years since, the Tigers found things tough. Just before Christmas 2000, their ground found itself under seven feet of River Severn water. It meant no games, no revenue and no stopping players from leaving.

The Tigers got themselves back on an even financial keel – but flooding struck once again in 2007. The club had to contend itself with a number of years as nomads, sharing with a wide range of neighbours. They also had to deal with the idea of Worcester City (north of them) being put in Conference South, while the Tigers went into the North division.

Now, it seems as if Gloucester City are finally going home.

 

The Facts

Gloucester City: Record vs Boro'

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* league points only


Gloucester City: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 24 February 1998

Saturday 21 February 1998

 

Players For Us... and Them

Charlie GriffinProfile
Neil MustoeProfile
Jennison Myrie-WilliamsProfile
Craig ReidProfile
Jack StorerProfile

Gloucester City Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Gloucester City Travel Information – Distance: 110 miles

By Road

Now the Tigers are returning home, we’ll give you the road directions to Meadow Park. It’s unlikely that you’ll need them any time soon anyway. To get started, go south on the A1(M) and round the M25 to the junction with the M40. Here, take the M40 towards the Midlands.

At Junction 8 of the M40, come off the motorway and take the A40 for Cheltenham. Follow the A40 around Oxford and out into the countryside.

Later down the road, turn left onto the A436. You’ll come to a double roundabout where it’s the first and then second exits to stick with the A436. When you come to the Air Balloon roundabout, you now need to take the A417 by using the second exit. Follow the A417 up until the point it rejoins with the A40 at a roundabout.

Go along the A40, continuing over just one roundabout. At the next, however, take the first exit onto Over Causeway (A417). Use the right two lanes to turn right onto the A430 soon after and continue on this road for just under a mile. The ground will be on the right here.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

To be confirmed.


By Rail

Station: GLOUCESTER
Services to: LONDON PADDINGTON

The zig-zagging walk across Gloucester from station to ground will take you around half an hour on a good day; longer if you choose to stop for refreshment. Leave the station; crossing over and going down the right hand side of HM Land Registry on Bruton Way.

Turn right and then left at Jane’s Pantry (go straight on for a Wetherspoons) towards the Kings Walk shopping area. Go past Primark on the left, through a car park. This will take you over Eastgate and down towards the museum. Turn right into Greyfriars soon after.

Next, turn left into Southgate Street and bear right around onto Commercial Road. Head around the docks here onto Severn Road. At the T-junction, turn right and then left onto Llanthony Road. The ground will be off to the right; down Sudmeadow Road.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner