Eynesbury Rovers: Club Profile
Eynesbury Rovers are a club that takes their name from a part of St Neots and have a story dating back to late Victorian times. In fact, 1897 is the year it all started. After first joining the United Counties League in 1946, they spent most of the 1950s in the Eastern Counties League. But it was back the UCL in 1963. And that’s the reason why we found ourselves up against Rovers; promotion to the Premier Division (for us) in 1981.
Our record is as even as it gets. Two wins, two draws and two defeats is our return from six matches to date.
Eynesbury Rovers: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Eynesbury Rovers: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 07 April 1984
Saturday 10 September 1983
Tuesday 19 April 1983
Monday 27 September 1982
Saturday 02 January 1982
Saturday 19 September 1981
Eynesbury Rovers Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Eynesbury Rovers Travel Information – Distance: 26 miles
This looks like a pretty simple trip up north. Leave the A1 for St Neots; joining the A428 at Wyboston Lakes. Next, travel along to Tesco; taking the first exit at the roundabout for the B1043 Barford Road. Keep on this road for 0.7 miles and across four roundabouts in total, before turning left onto Hardwick Road. After that, it’s left onto Hall Road.
There should be no issues parking here, with a reasonable enough car park available.
Station: ST NEOTS
Services to: STEVENAGE
At 1.5 miles and 30 minutes, it’s a fair old walk between the station and ground. Turn left onto Station Road; heading down to the B1428 Cambridge Road. Go straight on and into Cromwell Gardens, following this around for some distance until you pass St Neots Auto Electrical. Turn right into Mountfort Close and then left onto Barford Road. Go right again into Hardwick Road.