Vauxhall Motors: Club Profile

Much like their Luton counterparts we once played against regularly, this Vauxhall Motors represent the Wirral’s Vauxhall plant. The first time we met the Motormen was during our 2009-10 FA Trophy campaign; a clash that ended in a comfortable win for Boro’


The Facts

Vauxhall Motors: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Vauxhall Motors: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 19 January 2010


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Vauxhall Motors Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Vauxhall Motors Travel Information – Distance: 189 miles

By Road

The main things you need to remember about this trip is to go north on the M1, followed by the M6 – Toll or otherwise – until you come to Junction 20. Here, you’ll be exiting onto the M56 towards North Wales. After around 17-and-a-half miles, leave the motorway at Junction 15 for the Ellesmere Port-bound M53.

You won’t be on the M53 too long, though; leaving just over four miles later on the B5132 North Road towards Overpool and Whitby. Take the first exit at the roundabout for the B5132 and continue for half-a-mile (taking in another roundabout en route). Turn right onto Rivacre Road and travel for a mile – some of it parallel to the motorway – for the stadium.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


You shouldn’t have too much trouble parking at the stadium.

By Rail

Station: HOOTON

The London Euston option involves an additional change compared to the shortest, but is likely to work out a bit cheaper if National Rail is anything to go by. And you’ll be wanting Hooton station, which is around 1.7 miles from Rivacre Park.

That walk might take you the best part of half an hour, but is relatively simple to do. Leave the station and turn right onto Hooton Road. Continue along onto Hooton Green, crossing the A41 (yes, the A41!) as you get nearer to your destination. you’ll need to turn left onto Hooton Lane and then right onto Rivacre Road to complete the walk.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner