Peterborough United Club Profile
Peterborough United gave us megabucks for George Boyd, then sent us packing out of the League Cup when actually first met in proper game; a 4-3 thriller being the result in August 2011. We also traded blows during the 2013-4 League One campaign too. Now, however, doesn’t look as if Posh will drop into League Two any time soon. That’ll explain why it took a chance FA Cup Round One draw to pair us together yet again in late 2019.
Peterborough United: The Facts
Peterborough United: Record vs Boro'
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Peterborough United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Tuesday 19 November 2019
Saturday 09 November 2019
Saturday 22 February 2014
Saturday 23 November 2013
Tuesday 09 August 2011
Players For Us... and Them
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Peterborough United Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Main North Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
For wheelchair users, there are spaces available in the Main North Stand with the rest of the travelling support. Carers can expect a free ticket too. Posh also try to ensure that an ambulant disabled fan is given access to the seating nearest an entrance/exit if needed.
There are facilities for supporters with a visual impairment, which are available from the club’s main reception on matchdays.
In terms of car parking, a limited number of dedicated spaces are available for home and away fans. These cost £5 each and are only for Blue Badge Holders. To book one ahead of your visit, call the ticket office on 01733 865674 and choose option 2.
You can find out more about the club’s policy and facilities for disabled fans.
Near the ground is a bar called Charters, which is a barge moored up on the River Nene and is one of the more unusual places to choose. Otherwise, you’re not far away from the centre of Peterborough – so you might want to broaden your options with the walk.
Peterborough United Travel Information – Distance: 54 miles
Stevenage to Peterborough by car is dead simple. Heading north on the A1(M), leave at Junction 17 for Fletton Parkway (A1139) towards Wisbech. After 2.7 miles, get onto the A1260 ramp (signposted for A15/City Centre/Yaxley/Sleaford). Then, take the first exit at the roundabout for Nene Parkway (A1260).
Take the exit for Orton Malborne and then take the third exit at the roundabout for Morley Way. Continue over the next roundabout you get to; taking the first exit at the roundabout after about a mile for Celta Road. Shortly after, bear left for London Road (A15) and keep on your way. London Road stadium is in front of you, just after the railway bridge.
No parking is available on the day. But you can park in the Pleasure Fair Meadow and Railworld car parks that are opposite the ground. For more details about the car parks available in Peterborough, take a look at the local council website.
Services to: STEVENAGE, LONDON KINGS CROSS
It takes around 20-30 minutes to walk from Peterborough station. Leave from the main entrance and head towards the A15. Turn right and go across the large roundabout in front of you so that you remain on the A15. Before you get to the next roundabout, turn right towards Bridge Street and the River Nene. Cut through and rejoin the A15 to cross the river; this becomes London Road and the ground will be ahead of you.