Accrington Stanley: Club Profile

Accy are one of those sides who came up to the Conference after us and went into the Football League before us; promoted in 2003 and then again in 2006. To be fair, they’re not the only ones. On the flip side, we made them stay in League Two in 2011 with our playoff win. And then we denied them automatic promotion to League One in 2016. Oops.

Accrington Stanley: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Accrington Stanley: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 03 February 2018

Tuesday 17 October 2017

Saturday 06 May 2017

Saturday 19 November 2016

Saturday 07 May 2016

Saturday 19 December 2015

Saturday 18 April 2015

Saturday 18 October 2014

Friday 20 May 2011

Sunday 15 May 2011

Saturday 05 February 2011

Saturday 20 November 2010

Saturday 18 March 2006

Saturday 15 October 2005

Saturday 09 April 2005

Saturday 21 August 2004

Saturday 20 March 2004

Saturday 15 November 2003


Players For Us... and Them

Joel ByromProfile
Phil EdwardsProfile
Kurtis GuthrieProfile
Mark HughesProfile
Noor HusinProfile
Jesse JoronenProfile
Joe LumleyProfile
Mark RobertsProfile
Offrande ZanzalaProfile

Accrington Stanley Ground Information

Coppice Terrace

Individuals who receive the medium or higher rate of Disability Living Allowance qualify for a ticket charged at the concessionary rate, with personal assistants are required to pay a student rate.

Facilities for away supporters include 10 wheelchair spaces in the Jack Barrett Stand, though you’ll note that this is not with the rest of the travelling contingent. Supporters must contact the club before arriving to book a place in this area of the ground.

There’s little reason to venture further than The Crown, which is sited on Whalley Road and is literally behind the ground. If you feel inclined to go that extra bit further, however, you will find The Greyhound (a Sam Smith’s pub) in the direction of the motorway.

Accrington Stanley Travel Information – Distance: 210 miles

The Crown Ground is situated on the A680, just off the M65 around Manchester. There are two ways off approaching it, so you may wish to check up on roadworks nearer the time to decide which route is best.

You can either head up the M6 to J29 and join the M65, or head all the way up the M1 to the M62 and head East towards Manchester. At Junction 18 head up the M66, which then becomes the A56 and leads up to the M65 at J8.

Turn off the M65 at J7 and take the exit North (Clayton-Le-Moors). Turn right at the first set of traffic lights opposite Clayton Business Park, following the A678. Follow the road over the canal bridge to the next set of lights.

Turn right again going over the motorway bridge and towards Accrington on the A680. After approximately half a mile turn left down Livingstone Road, which is 50 yards past the Crown Hotel on the left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

There is ample parking at the ground, but in case of overspill, there is no restriction to parking in the nearby streets.


From the station the ground is about a 20 minute walk, but beware that most of it is uphill! Turn right out of the station (North side) and follow the viaduct staying on the left hand side. Carry on up the hill to the left before taking the main road which crosses it once over the hill. About a mile up on the right hand side is the ground.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner