Doncaster Rovers Club Profile

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

After five years spent in non-league exile, Doncaster Rovers turned things around against us (and overall) to move up and away. Since we caught back up with them in the Football League, we’ve won one of our five meetings since we joined them in the League. And that was in the FA Cup! Room for improvement, therefore, for us against a Donny side who did have a brief run at the Championship after their promotion from the Conference in 2003.


Doncaster Rovers: The Facts

Doncaster Rovers: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
15 4 6 5 17 16 1 15 27%

* league points only

Doncaster Rovers: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Monday 02 January 2017

Saturday 03 December 2016

Saturday 04 January 2014

Saturday 12 January 2013

Saturday 22 September 2012

Saturday 19 April 2003

Tuesday 08 October 2002

Friday 25 January 2002

Monday 27 August 2001

Saturday 28 April 2001

Saturday 02 December 2000

Saturday 04 December 1999

Monday 16 August 1999

Friday 26 March 1999

Saturday 07 November 1998


Players For Us... and Them

Mark Albrighton Profile
Carl Alford Profile
Jamie Barnwell Profile
Chris Beardsley Profile
Seny Dieng Profile
Leo Fortune-West Profile
Andy Futcher Profile
Neil Illman Profile
Ryan Kirby Profile
Dino Maamria Profile
Jamie McCombe Profile
Fejiri Okenabirhie Profile
Nathan Peel Profile
Brian Quailey Profile
Ben Sheaf Profile
Paul Taylor Profile
Michael Timlin Profile
Jamie Waite Profile
Harry Worley Profile


Doncaster Rovers Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints


Doncaster Rovers Travel Information – Distance: 133 miles

By Road

Doncaster ranks as one of the easiest journeys for Stevenage supporters. But, while it’s pretty much straight up the A1, you still need to allow around three hours to complete the trip at 131 miles.

At Junction 35 of the A1(M), exit for the eastbound M18 (Doncaster and Scunthorpe). It’s less than a mile before you’ll be leaving at Junction 3 for White Rose Way (A6182). Head over one roundabout and cross the railway; taking the third exit at the next roundabout.

After a further 0.2 miles, take the first exit for Stadium Way and you’re on the final stretch.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


The stadium has 1,000 parking spaces up for grabs, which should be more than enough for when Boro’ are in town. In total, 60 of these are reserved for disabled supporters and must be booked in advance of matchday. To park here will cost you £5.

On the nearby industrial park, however, there are a number of smart firms who will offer you a parking space at around £3 or £4 per car. Do this at your own risk, of course.

By Rail


Doncaster’s station is 1.5 miles from the ground and it’s walkable in around 30 minutes. Leave the station and head south on Trafford Way (A630), going over two roundabouts. When you reach the third, however, take the third exit for White Rose Way (A618).

Take a slight left after 0.2 miles for Decoy Bank N – and continue along until you reach Middle Bank. Turn left here; shortly afterwards, turning right onto Stadium Way. By now, you should see the Keepmoat Stadium right ahead of you.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner