Northampton Town: Club Profile

Can we say the first time we met the Cobblers, it was an eye-popping experience? Oh, looks like we just did. That feisty 2005-6 FA Cup clash now well and truly gone, we have since had cause to play Northampton Town in league fixtures. Not that the bad blood had totally disappeared; two of ours sent off in our 2010-1 League Two match at their place.

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
11 1 2 8 9 18 -9 4 9%

* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 17 September 2019

Saturday 23 February 2019

Saturday 15 December 2018

Saturday 19 March 2016

Saturday 24 October 2015

Saturday 11 April 2015

Saturday 22 November 2014

Saturday 30 April 2011

Saturday 11 December 2010

Tuesday 13 December 2005

Saturday 03 December 2005


Players For Us... and Them

Nathan Abbey Profile
Steve Arnold Profile
Lee Barnard Profile
Tony Battersby Profile
Harry Beautyman Profile
Steve Berry Profile
Dean Bowditch Profile
Richard Brady Profile
Joel Byrom Profile
Simon Clark Profile
Mitchell Cole Profile
Dean Cracknell Profile
Chris Day Profile
Mark E'Beyer Profile
Efan Elad Profile
Jamie Gould Profile
David Hicks Profile
Sam Hoskins Profile
Mark Hughes Profile
Mark Hughes Profile
Bradley Johnson Profile
Ryan Kirby Profile
Greg Lincoln Profile
Michael Love Profile
Joe Martin Profile
Junior Mendes Profile
Steve Morison Profile
Fred Murray Profile
Alex O'Reilly Profile
Alex Revell Profile
Bradley Sandeman Profile
Adam Smith Profile
Emmanuel Sonupe Profile
Darryn Stamp Profile
Josh Walker Profile
Michael Warner Profile
Ashley Westwood Profile
Luke Wilkinson Profile
Brett Williams Profile
Andy Woodman Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Paul Cox Panel and Paint South Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
We understand that a Blue Badge is sufficient proof for disabled fans to qualify for a concession ticket at Northampton Town, but it seems that free tickets for personal assistants are available only when it's required.

Away supporters with visual impairments are able to take advantage of radio commentary via one of the two headsets made available by the club. You'll need to contact the club in advance if you wish to do so.

Elsewhere, there are 10 wheelchair spaces for visiting supporters and accessible parking spaces too; for the latter, you must contact the club in advance. There are no specific facilities for fans with an ambulant disability.

Pre-Match Pintage:
The stadium's location on the edge of Northampton doesn't easily lend itself to nearby watering holes - unless you're content with the Sixfields Tavern, a Hungry Horse outlet that may be home fans only.

We also hear that TGI Friday's is a popular haunt for away fans too, while there's a tenpin bowling alley as a more unusual alternative. Otherwise, it's into town you go...

Travel Information – Distance: 47 miles

By Road:
Leave the M1 at Junction 15A and take the A43 towards Northampton. The ground will appear on your right. It is that simple. We could dress it up elaborately but that would be to no-one's gain.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

There is a decent-sized car park at the ground at a cost of £3 to enter. Like Stevenage with Roaring Meg, you might get your knuckles rapped if you head towards the leisure parking zones. Be warned if the Northampton Saints rugby team are at home though.

By Rail:
Services to: LONDON EUSTON

Northampton train station is closest but about two miles away from the ground. It is, therefore, probably more practical to hop in a taxi.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner