York City

Club Profile

First Played: 2004-5

Win Rate: 47% (from 17 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

If relegation from the Football League was bad enough for York City in 2004, worse was to follow when it happened again in 2016. The Minstermen were the last side that we played as a non-league side; our final league game in our 2009-10 title-winning campaign. It took them four years to win promotion themselves; back in the League in 2014.

But it’d be a brief stay. After holding out for two seasons, they went back down for another dose of non-league football. Any hopes of another League return were quickly dashed as a dismal 2016-7 campaign saw them head out of the Conference in the wrong direction; a second straight relegation dumping them in Conference North.


York City: The Facts

Bootham Crescent
York, YO30 7AQ

01904 624447



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York City: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
17 8 5 4 28 21 7 26 47%

* league points only

York City: 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

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York City Travel Information – Distance: 175 miles

By Road

York is easy enough to reach by car from Stevenage. You basically follow the same route as if you’re driving to Scarborough. Head up the A1 and then head for York on the A64.

About 10 miles after leaving the A1, you’ll reach the edge of the city. Here, come off the A64 for the A1237 as if you’re aiming for Harrogate. Go 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 two miles, turn left and you’ll see the ground.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


There’s no parking at the ground and street parking is limited. So, the advice there is to get to Bootham Crescent early. If not, you’ll have to go further afield and there are a few options within 800 yards or so – according to the Minstermen’s website.

By Rail

Station: YORK
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 a railway bridge ahead of you after passing a Royal Mail sorting office, there’ll be a right turn that takes you towards the river. Go down here and over the River Ouse. At the other side, you’ll find yourself in a residential area with a car park.

Head straight up with the railway line to your left, until a path takes you under and onto Bootham Terrace. Walk up here to the main road. Once you get to the main road, you might as well continue straight across onto Grosvenor Terrace; the railway on your right.

Turn right after a third of a mile onto Grosvenor Road and the ground is ahead of you.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner