Horsham: Club Profile
Boro’ got a scare in our first meeting with Horsham; our lower league opponents forcing us to an FA Cup replay in 2008. We avoided the banana skin, however.
Horsham Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Horsham Travel Information – Distance: 79 miles
Likely to be the easiest way to get from home down to Horsham, go south on the A1(M) and head counter-clockwise around the M25. Exit the motorway at Junction 9, which is signposted Leatherhead; taking the third exit on the roundabout for the A243. Continue along the A243 around the edge of Leatherhead until you hit Beaverbrook Roundabout. Here, take the second exit for the A24.
Stay on the A24 at the various roundabouts that will come your way until you reach Hop Oast Roundabout. Take the first exit by the Shell garage. With the Park and Ride site on your left, the entrance to the ground is on your right after 0.2 miles.
You can’t park at the stadium – but you can at the Park and Ride opposite. It’s only five minutes across the road. If we’re deemed to be a big game, however, additional parking arrangements could be in place and the club ask that you use the RSPCA car park. You can find where this is on the Horsham website.
Services to: STEVENAGE
It’s a fair old walk from Horsham’s station. But it’s doable. Come out of the station and go south-west on North Street. As the road bends round to the left, a side street goes off to the right. Take this and then use the pedestrian overpass to cross the main road through the town. Keep going in more or less a straight line until you pass the Museum.
Turn right and head towards a big Sainsbury’s. Go through the car park and come out onto a roundabout at the other side. Turn left onto Worthing Road and the ground will be on the left in just over a mile.