Crewe Alexandra: Club Profile

In both Leagues One and Two, there has been no shortage of encounters between ourselves and Crewe Alexandra since 2010; the club waiting for us when we arrived in League Two and then joining us in League One for the 2012-3 season. They clearly missed us after we dropped back into League Two in 2014; the Alex coming back down themselves in 2016.

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 07 March 2020

Saturday 21 December 2019

Saturday 29 December 2018

Saturday 20 October 2018

Saturday 10 March 2018

Saturday 07 October 2017

Saturday 25 February 2017

Saturday 06 August 2016

Tuesday 25 February 2014

Tuesday 22 October 2013

Saturday 05 January 2013

Saturday 15 September 2012

Saturday 19 February 2011

Saturday 04 September 2010


Players For Us... and Them

Chuks AnekeProfile
Will AppleyardProfile
Lee BarnardProfile
Danny BlanchettProfile
Andy BondProfile
Oliver ByrneProfile
Anthony EldingProfile
Anthony GrantProfile
David GrayProfile
Dean GreygooseProfile
Marcus HaberProfile
Tom HitchcockProfile
Chris HolroydProfile
Ryan KirbyProfile
Harry McKirdyProfile
Ben NugentProfile
Mark RobertsProfile
Steven SchumacherProfile
Efetobore SodjeProfile
Chris StokesProfile
Steve WaltersProfile
Simon WaltonProfile
Ashley WestwoodProfile
Harry WorleyProfile
Calvin ZolaProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Blue Bell BMW Stand

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
With 65 car parking spaces and the railway station close by, disabled fans should find the ground to be quite accessible. The club says it has unlimited facilities for ambulant disabled fans and 14 wheelchair spaces on raised platforms within the away end. For visually impaired supporters, there is match commentary available on headsets from Main Stand Block H.

For further details, contact the club: 01270 213014 or

Pre-Match Pintage:
The Royal Hotel is among a number of pubs located close to Gresty Road and offers a welcoming atmosphere for away supporters. It might not look the most welcoming from the outside, but you'll be proved wrong once inside and the facilities are extensive.

Travel Information – Distance: 149 miles

By Road:
At nearly three hours, this journey shouldn't be too demanding. First thing would be to get yourself on the northbound M1 as you will be wanting the M6 at its source north of Daventry. Once on the M6, mind, continue north - either via toll or not - until Junction 16 for the A500.

This has become a familiar part of the world to Boro' fans, but rather than opting for Stoke, you will naturally want the Crewe-bound A500. Continue until you reach a roundabout just before Weston, taking the third exit for the A5020.

Nearly a mile after joining the northbound A5020, take the first exit at the roundabout and remain on the Weston Road. After nearly two miles, bear left for the first exit at the roundabout towards Nantwich on the A534 and cross the railway. Shortly after, you will find yourself with a left turn for Gresty Road.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

According to the Crewe Alexandra official website, away fans' parking can be found on an industrial estate on Weston Road. It is a brief walk across the railway from the ground.

By Rail:
Station: CREWE
Services to: LONDON EUSTON

One of the easier connections, Crewe railway station is a mere five-minute walk from Gresty Road. Be sure to turn left as you exit the station, mind. It should be relatively straight forward to get from Stevenage to Euston.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner