Forest Green Rovers: Club Profile

With the world’s first Vegan club joining the Football League, our long-running relationship entered a new age. Our first encounter may not have taken place until August 1998, but it  wasn’t as if we didn’t make up for it; Boro’ and Forest Green Rovers mainstays of the top flight of non-league football until we left in 2010.

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Thursday 26 December 2019

Saturday 21 September 2019

Saturday 26 January 2019

Tuesday 21 August 2018

Tuesday 13 February 2018

Saturday 21 October 2017

Saturday 10 April 2010

Saturday 21 November 2009

Tuesday 03 March 2009

Saturday 21 February 2009

Saturday 20 September 2008

Wednesday 13 February 2008

Tuesday 25 September 2007

Monday 09 April 2007

Saturday 28 October 2006

Monday 28 August 2006

Saturday 29 April 2006

Saturday 10 December 2005

Saturday 26 February 2005

Saturday 27 November 2004

Saturday 24 April 2004

Saturday 18 October 2003

Saturday 01 March 2003

Tuesday 17 September 2002

Saturday 23 February 2002

Saturday 16 February 2002

Saturday 13 October 2001

Saturday 16 December 2000

Wednesday 23 August 2000

Saturday 08 April 2000

Saturday 02 October 1999

Saturday 12 December 1998

Saturday 29 August 1998


Players For Us... and Them

Steve ArnoldProfile
Tyrone BerryProfile
Michael BroughProfile
Leon CortProfile
Paul DigbyProfile
Charlie GriffinProfile
Kurtis GuthrieProfile
Richard HodgsonProfile
Anthony JeffreyProfile
Luke JonesProfile
Scott LairdProfile
Jefferson LouisProfile
Guy MadjoProfile
Gary MillsProfile
Aaron O'ConnorProfile
Yemi OdubadeProfile
Luke OliverProfile
Isaiah RankinProfile
Mark RobertsProfile
Robbie SinclairProfile
Adam SmithProfile
Jonathan SmithProfile
Chris StokesProfile
Simon TravisProfile
Sam WedgburyProfile
Brett WilliamsProfile
Danny WilliamsProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
West Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
For away fans with disabilities, Forest Green Rovers looks to keep you well cared for. Limited parking is available for Blue Badge holders, which you can book in advance at no charge. To do so, call the club on 01453 834860.

If you need the assistance of a companion or carer, a free ticket is available if you are on at least the medium rate of Disability Living Allowance; the Enhanced Rate Personal Independence Payment; or Severe Disablement Allowance.

For more information about facilities for supporters with disabilities at The New Lawn, please call 01453 834860 or email

Pre-Match Pintage:
The club itself has its own onsite bar called The Green Man, which sells vegan-friendly beers and wines among other items. It seems it's now common for it to be home fans only, however. Mind you, there is also a bar in the away end that does just the same.

For something a little further away and for anyone perhaps looking for some meat on the bones (pun fully intended), the George and the Britannia are both 15 minutes' walk from the ground. Be advised that, for the latter in particular, it isn't such an easy walk to the ground.

Travel Information – Distance: 128 miles

By Road:
Not one of the most accessible grounds, Stevenage fans first and foremost must find themselves heading down the A1(M) onto the M25, and then onto the M4. From here, make the 60-mile trek across the country until you come to Junction 15.

At Junction 15, you are leaving the motorway. Obviously, given how we flagged it up. This is the A346/A419 exit for Swindon. At the roundabout, take the third exit and join the A419. Continue on here for 15 miles, before taking the slip road for the A419 (again) towards Stroud.

After just two more miles, take the second exit at the roundabout for the A429. Take the second exit again at the next roundabout too. With Waitrose on your right after less than a mile, it's the second exit (again!) you want at the roundabout. But only for half a mile, however.

Another roundabout is coming your way at this point, and you'll need the third exit for the A419. An aerodrome will be on your left as you approach yet another roundabout in 6.5 miles. Take the first exit for Cirencester Road. And turn left after a mile onto an unnamed road.

Keep going onto what becomes The Ladder. This will be a twisting, turning stretch of road that'll bring you into Nailsworth. Turn left at the bottom of this hill for George Street. In the town centre is a roundabout; take the second option to go straight ahead. Keep going up here until you reach the ground.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

For those travelling by car, there are more than enough parking spaces at The New Lawn to meet demand. For a couple of quid, drivers can park both outside the ground or indeed in a field behind the club's own car park. Whichever method you choose, there will be no difficulties in getting parked up and indeed getting out on the way home.

By Rail:
Station: STROUD

It is approximately 4-5 miles from Stroud to Nailsworth, and there are regular bus services from Stroud. Alternatively, taxis are available upon arrival at the station and will cost just shy of a tenner at most.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner