Luton Town: Club Profile
At first, it was only a couple of LDV Trophy ties. The Hatters, however, then came down to join us in the Conference. For so long so separate in the pyramid, Luton Town became our chief rivals for the 2009-10 Blue Square Premier title. It was a tussle we won, and saw ’em spend a good few years more in non-league. We won’t talk about our 2017-8 trip there, however…
Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 10 February 2018
Saturday 14 October 2017
Saturday 11 March 2017
Saturday 20 August 2016
Saturday 02 April 2016
Saturday 21 November 2015
Saturday 02 May 2015
Saturday 04 October 2014
Saturday 03 April 2010
Tuesday 29 September 2009
Tuesday 14 October 2003
Tuesday 12 November 2002
Players For Us... and Them
Away Supporters' Stand:
Oak Road Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans:
Disabled supporters are eligible for a concessionary rate when visiting Kenilworth Road, with personal assistants admitted free of charge. Tickets can be bought direct from Luton Town, or presumably Boro' too, when providing proof of Disability Living Allowance.
There are eight wheelchair bays for away supporters, but these are not located with travelling supporters. Instead, these are located in the Main Stand enclosure. There are, however, some facilities for the ambulant disabled within the away end.
In addition, there are a limited number of transistor radios available on request for those who have a visual impairment, delivering local radio commentary.
The London Hatter on Park Street is a Wetherspoon outlet in the centre of Luton, but the closeness of the town to Stevenage might make it an idea to take in the sights of Hitchin or similar before moving on. There might also be restrictions placed on Boro' fans movements when in Luton, but you'd think that will be at the discretion of the police.
Travel Information – Distance: 121 miles
If you ever wondered just where Bashley is, we're delighted to be able to inform you that it's in the heart of the New Forest - around halfway between Southampton and Poole as the crow flies. Therefore, the way to get there is a combination of the M25, M3 and westbound M27. We're not entirely sure that elaboration is needed for that first part.
The M27 comes to an end on the western side of Southampton and it's at this junction that you actually do have to come off the carriageway before it becomes the A31 for Bournemouth. Take the first exit at the roundabout for the Southampton-bound A31, before the third exit at the next roundabout for the A337.
After 2.2 miles, you need to turn right for a road that Google hasn't named. But the next right turn is a named road - Pikes Hill. If you've gone the right way - and we pray that you have - you'll come out in front of Christ Church. Turn left and then turn right so that you're on the A35.
Once seven miles have passed, turn left onto the B3058 Holmesley Road for another 2.3 miles - the road goes round a bend by The Rising Sun and becomes Bashley Common Road. The ground will be on the left.
There is a minor car park at the ground so we can't guarantee that you'll find a space there. Street parking, otherwise, seems like the best bet.
Station: NEW MILTON
Services to: LONDON WATERLOO
At around a mile-and-a-bit, it's probably possible to walk up from the nearest rail station. However you end up leaving the station, head east and turn left onto Station Road. This is the B3058 and all you need to do is follow it up to the ground.