Oldham Athletic: Club Profile

It wasn’t until September 2011 after we were promoted into League One that we first met Oldham Athletic. In all, our first ‘stint’ with ’em (as it were) spans six meetings across the three seasons we stayed at that level. Then we fell back into League Two. And then they came down, tumblin’ after. Our relationship had a little extra needle during the 2019-20 campaign too; ex-Boro’ boss Dino Maamria rocking up at Boundary Park for a short-lived time as their gaffer.

 

The Facts

Oldham Athletic: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
10433141131540%

* league points only


Oldham Athletic: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 19 September 2020

Tuesday 14 January 2020

Saturday 02 March 2019

Saturday 03 November 2018

Saturday 11 January 2014

Saturday 03 August 2013

Tuesday 19 February 2013

Saturday 25 August 2012

Tuesday 13 March 2012

Saturday 10 September 2011

 

Players For Us... and Them

Mark ArberProfile
Lee BarnardProfile
Jake CassidyProfile
John DreyerProfile
Anthony GrantProfile
Lee HillsProfile
Mark HughesProfile
Chris KettingsProfile
David LeeProfile
Dino MaamriaProfile
Charlie MacDonaldProfile
Filipe MoraisProfile
Neville RoachProfile
Steven SchumacherProfile
Jordan SlewProfile
Oumare TounkaraProfile
Calvin ZolaProfile

Oldham Athletic Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

ZenOffice Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans

Oldham Athletic has confirmed that away fans who require a wheelchair space will find facilities in the Chadderton Road End. Full details can be found on the Oldham Athletic website – or by contacting Judith Lane on 0161 624 4972.


Pre-Match Pints

The nearest pub to the ground is the Clayton Green, a Brewers Fayre establishment that is 200 yards from the corner of the Main Stand and the Chadderton Road End on Sheepfoot Lane. The Greyhound can be found on Holden Fold Lane; across Broadway.

Oldham Athletic Travel Information – Distance: 192 miles

By Road

Swinging round to the north of Manchester, the route to Oldham can be done two ways; using the M6 or the A1. Our magical tool tells us the A1 route is a shorter and quicker – but we’ll give you both.

A1:

Going north on the A1 is a given. But continue on regardless until you get to Junction 42 of the A1(M). This will take you onto the westbound M62 for Manchester and Leeds. Stay on the motorway for nearly 42 miles until you reach Junction 20 for the A627(M).

Leave the motorway and join the A627(M) for a couple of miles. Exit for the A627/A663 towards Oldham. Take the first exit onto Broadway/A663 towards Royton/Shaw. Nearly half a mile later, turn right onto Hilbre Avenue. Keep left for Hilbre Avenue for Boundary Park.

M6:

Taking a slightly longer route around, head north on the M1 and M6 until you come to Junction 21a for the M62 eastbound. Continue along the Leeds-bound carriageway until Junction 12 and exit onto the M60.

In essence, this is still the M62 going about its business; you’ll be rejoining it after about 7.5 miles. At Junction 20, join the A627(M). The directions will now be the same as they would have been if you’d gone via the A1 (see above).

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

The Latics tell you to use the Hospital Car Park on a matchday, which will cost you £5. There will be a steward there to help if you need it. And, to find the car park with a little less stress, punch OL1 2PA into your Google Maps or other branded sat-nav-a-tron.


By Rail

Station: OLDHAM MUMPS
Services to: MANCHESTER VICTORIA (for LEEDS)

Oldham Mumps is now on the Metrolink network, with a direct route connecting them with Manchester Victoria. If heading up by rail, there are services from Leeds to Manchester Victoria, which will provide you with a connection to LNER services from Stevenage.

The walk is not a quick one; at nearly two miles, you might prefer to take a taxi. If walking, however, cross Oldham Way and head up Prince Street. Next, go left into Yorkshire Street for 0.2 miles. And then turn right for St Mary’s Way.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner