Club Profile

First Played: 2010-1

Win Rate: 33% (from 6 games)

Last Updated: 06 July 2021

Our first encounter with Gills was actually not on the pitch – but came in 2007 when they pinched gaffer Mark Stimson from us! Four years later, however, our business would be strictly on the pitch as we joined them in League One.


Gillingham: The Facts

Priestfield Stadium
Redfern Avenue, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 4DD

01634 300000


Gillingham: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
6 2 1 3 10 8 2 4 33%

* league points only

Gillingham: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 07 November 2015

Tuesday 02 September 2014

Tuesday 04 February 2014

Tuesday 26 November 2013

Tuesday 01 February 2011

Saturday 01 January 2011

Players For Us... and Them

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Tyrone Berry Profile
Steve Butler Profile
Jamie Cumming Profile
Michael Doughty Profile
Max Ehmer Profile
Leo Fortune-West Profile
Luke Freeman Profile
Barry Fuller Profile
Gavin Grant Profile
Gary Hoy Profile
Simeon Jackson Profile
Albert Jarrett Profile
Alan Julian Profile
Charlie Lee Profile
Stuart Lewis Profile
Junior Lewis Profile
Elliott List Profile
Billy Manuel Profile
Joe Martin Profile
Adam Miller Profile
Dominic Naylor Profile
Luke Norris Profile
Ben Nugent Profile
John Nutter Profile
Luke O'Neill Profile
Connor Ogilvie Profile
Dean Parrett Profile
David Perpetuini Profile
Robbie Reinelt Profile
Neil Smith Profile
Efetobore Sodje Profile
Brian Statham Profile
Robin Trott Profile
Chris Whelpdale Profile

Gillingham Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Gillingham Travel Information – Distance: 69 miles

By Road

From Stevenage, head south on the A1(M) and join the M25 towards the Dartford Crossing. More confident navigators can head across county via Ware and Harlow to use the M11 or A10, but it’s all contributing towards the same purpose. Once on the M25, follow the motorway around to the Dartford Bridge and cross the Thames.

After rejoining the M25 the other side of the river, join the Canterbury-bound A2 for more than 9 miles. At the start of the M2 motorway, bear left for the A289 for nearly 4 miles. Continue along to the Four Elms Roundabout and take the 2nd exit for the Wainscott Eastern Bypass; still the A289.

After more than 3 miles, take the third exit at the roundabout for Church Street. Continue onto Ingram Road and again onto Gillingham Road. Half a mile after leaving the A289, there should be a left turn for Priestfield Road.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


On street parking is the way forward upon arrival in Gillingham, but be advised of resident permit schemes that have been implemented to stop football fans hogging all the spots. A full list of streets you’re advised to avoid can be found on the Gills website.

By Rail


Catch a London-bound service to London Kings Cross and make the short pedestrian switch to London St Pancras for a Southeastern service to Gillingham. It’s not a over-strenuous journey upon arriving in Kent, perhaps less than 10 minutes if you’re lucky. Turn left out onto Railway Street towards Victoria Street.

At Victoria Street, turn left and shortly after – 128ft, turn left onto Balmoral Road. Remain on Balmoral Road for 0.3 miles and this will then become Priestfield Road. The ground ought to be 0.1 miles further along. Job done!

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner