Hartlepool United Club Profile

Last Updated: 09 October 2021

Our first-ever defeat against Hartlepool United came – ironically – in the season they were relegated from the Football League ; a 2-0 reverse at their place ending our unbeaten run over them. It was also at odds with a hefty 6-1 tonking we dished out earlier in that 2016-7 campaign. But you can’t always have it your own way in football.


Hartlepool United: The Facts

Hartlepool United: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
12 9 2 1 22 7 15 26 75%

* league points only

Hartlepool United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 02 October 2021

Saturday 21 January 2017

Saturday 03 September 2016

Tuesday 09 February 2016

Saturday 22 August 2015

Saturday 14 February 2015

Saturday 09 August 2014

Monday 01 April 2013

Saturday 08 December 2012

Saturday 17 March 2012

Saturday 12 November 2011

Saturday 20 August 2011


Players For Us... and Them

Jake Cassidy Profile
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Lee Fitzpatrick Profile
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Peter Hartley Profile
Ryan Johnson Profile
Danny Johnson Profile
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David Parkhouse Profile
Paul Thompson Profile
Simon Walton Profile
Harry Worley Profile


Hartlepool United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Rink End

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Parking for disabled supporters at Victoria Park is available on a first-come, first-served basis if you’re an away fan. It costs £5 for the pleasure. You’ll also find a limited number of spaces on Clarence Road.

Inside the ground, there is space for 10 wheelchairs in the away end – but specific seats are not designated for fans with disabilities. For queries, contact 01429 272584 (ext. 9) or email [email protected].

Pre-Match Pints

For 50p, supporters could enter the Corner Flag Supporters Bar to the right of the away end as you look towards the stand. The venue has Sky television and a decent atmosphere on matchdays in advance of games.


Hartlepool United Travel Information – Distance: 224 miles

By Road

From Stevenage, head north on the A1(M) and A1 for some considerable amount of time. It won’t be until you reach Junction 49 after around 175 miles that you will be exiting onto the Thirsk-bound A168 for nearly eight miles.

As you travel around the outskirts of Thirsk, the A168 will become the A19 and you will need to continue on for more than 29 miles. Exit the A19 for the eastbound A689 towards Bishop Auckland, Durham and Hartlepool, taking the third exit at the roundabout.

After 5.3 miles, take the second exit and follow the A689 Belle Vue Way for Hartlepool town centre. Continue over the roundabout past Hartlepool College of Further Education on the right and M&S on the left. Bear left onto Clarence Road and the ground is on the left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


If you’ve successfully followed the route above, you will end up on the edge of a large car park at Victoria Park behind the Mill House Stand. However, Raby Road – the left before you bear onto Clarence Road – will have street parking.

By Rail


This seems to be a limited service on Saturdays. But it’s the most direct, with just the one change at London Kings Cross.

Hartlepool station is not far from the ground and can be reached on foot in 10 minutes. Exit by turning right along Lynn Street and turn right again onto Church Street. You will come out towards the A689; this needs to be crossed as Clarence Road is more or less straight ahead. Continue past the long stand on the left for the away end.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner