York City: Club Profile
If relegation to the Conference was bad enough for the Minstermen in 2004, worse was to follow when it happened again in 2016. York City were the last side we played as a non-league side; our final league game of the 2009-10 campaign. Their return to the League in 2014 would be brief, however. After holding out for two seasons, two straight relegations left them in Conference North.
Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 30 January 2016
Saturday 12 September 2015
Saturday 17 January 2015
Saturday 06 September 2014
Saturday 24 April 2010
Saturday 03 October 2009
Saturday 09 May 2009
Tuesday 31 March 2009
Sunday 28 September 2008
Tuesday 01 April 2008
Saturday 15 September 2007
Tuesday 27 March 2007
Tuesday 15 August 2006
Saturday 22 April 2006
Tuesday 10 January 2006
Saturday 08 January 2005
Saturday 02 October 2004
Players For Us... and Them
Away Supporters' Stand:
Grosvenor Road Terrace
Facilities for Disabled Fans:
There is a designated area for disabled supporters at York City that's located adjacent to the Main Stand and Enclosure, close to the pitch and fully covered from the elements. Five wheelchair bays are allocated for travelling supporters.
Meanwhile, there are 19 easy access seats for those with ambulant disabilities. However, these are shared between home and away fans. If you have any specific needs or would like further info, you are invited to contact the club itself.
York is a joyous place to go and watch football, with a city centre packed full of excellent options. It's a mere 10-15 minute walk from the centre of York to the ground, but if you feel compelled to get to the ground early, you might be permitted entry into the Pitchside Bar.
Travel Information – Distance: 175 miles
York is a relatively straight forward place to reach by car from Stevenage, and one would basically follow the same directions as if they were driving to Scarborough. Take a trip up the A1, and then head for York on the A64.
Once you reach the city, roughly ten miles after leaving the A1, turn onto the A1237 as if heading for Harrogate. Head along the A1237 until you reach the A19 junction.
Turn right onto the A19 Shipton Road, and head for the city centre. When you reach the Burton Stone pub after about 2 miles, turn left and you'll soon see the ground.
You might get lucky with the local streets if you arrive early enough, but you'll encounter a fair few residents schemes in force too. If you have to go further afield to park, there are no shortage of city centre options that are a short enough walk back to the ground.
Services to: STEVENAGE
If you're walking straight to the ground from the station, turn left out of the main entrance and head down Station Road to the first main road junction. Here, turn left as if you were heading to the National Railway Museum along Leeman Road.
Just as you reach the railway bridge ahead of you after passing the Royal Mail sorting office, there'll be a right turn taking you towards the river. Head down here and then over the River Ouse.
At the other side, you'll find yourself in a residential area with a car park. Continue straight up with the railway line to your left, until a path takes you under and onto Bootham Terrace. Go up here to the main road.
Once you reach the main road, you may as well continue straight across onto Grosvenor Terrace, with the railway on your right. Turn right after a third of a mile onto Grosvenor Road and the ground will be ahead of you on the right.