Weymouth : Club Profile

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 14 February 2009

Saturday 16 August 2008

Saturday 08 March 2008

Saturday 18 August 2007

Saturday 30 December 2006

Tuesday 19 September 2006


Players For Us... and Them

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Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 157 miles

By Road:
It'll be a fair old trip down to Weymouth for Boro' fans, but it is after all, a trip to the seaside. From Stevenage, head down the A1(M), onto the M25 and around to the M3. The first few stages are fairly simple. Travel south on the M3 until you reach the M27 and head westbound.

When the M27 ends, continue along the A31 past Ringwood and Wimborne Minster until you come to Bere Regis. Here, take the westbound A35 towards Dorchester before heading south on the A354 for Weymouth. About two miles into Weymouth, you will reach Manor Roundabout.

Here you will need to take the third exit for 'Town Centre' and follow the brown road signs for 'Wessex Stadium'. At the next Chafeys Roundabout, turn right on to the B3157 (3rd exit), following signs for 'Wessex Stadium'.

About half mile ahead, you will see the stadium in front of you. Take the 3rd exit at the next roundabout, then immediately left for parking and entrances to the ground.

(Directions courtesy of theterras.co.uk)

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

There is usually enough capacity at the club's own car park, which costs £2 to get in - although you do have to fit around a used car emporium. Local street parking is not advised in the immediate locality due to the presence of yellow cones which means traffic wardens do bad things.

By Rail:

The ground is about two miles from the station, and the Weymouth official site recommends either the Matchday Bus service, taxis or local buses; details of which can all be found on theterras.co.uk.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner