Dorchester Town Club Profile
In losing to Dorchester Town in late 2007, our defence of the FA Trophy came to a pretty humiliating end at the first hurdle. It didn’t stop us bouncing back two years later. But that doesn’t mean we’re any happier about the Magpies’ scalp.
Dorchester United: The Facts
Dorchester Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Dorchester Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 15 December 2007
Dorchester Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Dorchester Town Travel Information – Distance: 150 miles
It’s quite simple from Stevenage, taking the A1 southbound, M25 anti-clockwise and M3 towards Southampton. When you eventually get to Southampton and the end of the M3, take the westbound M27 and continue along once this comes to an end; now the A31.
After it becomes the A31, there will be three roundabouts that you’ll have to go straight over before you come to one that needs you to do something different. This is about 15 miles. But it still means you stay on the A31, rather than heading into Bournemouth.
After four more roundabouts and 17 miles, take the third exit at the roundabout for the A35. You’ll need to go across one roundabout and travel 12 miles before the next thing you really need to be awake for; taking the third exit onto the B3147.
By now, you may realise you’re in the vicinity of the stadium. You can reach it by going right and then right again in the retail park.
There is a car park. It apparently costs £2. That’s about as much as we know.
Station: DORCHESTER SOUTH
Services to: LONDON WATERLOO
From the station, use Copper Street to come out onto Weymouth Avenue and turn left. Continue down this road until you see Halfords on your left. Here where the stadium’s road entrance is, and you’ll be able to easily work it out from here.