Notts County Club Profile
The Magpies first came up against us during the 2011-2 League One campaign, before joining us down in League Two; their 2015 relegation from League One coming one season after ours. Our head-to-head record has ebbed and flowed over the years too; drifting in our favour, before the tide turned in theirs. You can normally be sure of a keenly-fought contest against Notts County, however. And it’s something we started to become starved of.
Their pride at being the oldest Football League club in the world was replaced by horror in 2019; the club relegated to the Conference. Like other so-called bigger boys before them, the return to the Football League hasn’t come easily. If at first you don’t succeed, however, just ask Luton…
Notts County: The Facts
Notts County: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Notts County: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 30 March 2019
Saturday 15 September 2018
Saturday 24 February 2018
Saturday 11 November 2017
Saturday 04 March 2017
Saturday 13 August 2016
Saturday 09 April 2016
Saturday 08 August 2015
Saturday 18 January 2014
Saturday 24 August 2013
Tuesday 05 February 2013
Tuesday 02 October 2012
Wednesday 22 February 2012
Saturday 28 January 2012
Saturday 17 September 2011
Players For Us... and Them
Notts County Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Jimmy Sirrel Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Disabled supporters are given a 25 per cent discount on normal ticket prices for entry to Meadow Lane, while those accompanying wheelchair users can enter free of charge. Personal assistants will require to provide proof of their role to the ticket office.
There are around 75 wheelchair spaces at pitch level at Meadow Lane, while there is also allocation for the ambulant disabled. Away fans should contact the ticket office in advance: 0115 9557 204
The Southbank is located just the other side of Trent Bridge and is a large establishment serving good food and showing plenty of sport on the many televisions. Ales, for those inclined, are provided by the local Mallards brewery. It is one of a number of pubs, however, in the local area.
Notts County Travel Information – Distance: 103 miles
The journey to Nottingham isn’t too arduous and can be completed in a little more than two hours. Travel north on the A1 until you get to Grantham, at which point you will need to join the westbound A52. Continue for more than 18 miles and you will reach the outskirts of Nottingham.
At a roundabout, take the second exit for the Radcliffe Road/A6011 for nearly two miles, passing Nottingham Forest’s City Ground on the left. Turn left onto Meadow Lane after crossing the River Trent and the ground should now be appearing on the right.
You can find parking at three sites quite close to the stadium; each of which will be subject to what the club calls a “small fee”. Last time we looked properly, Cattle Market car park (opposite the away end) cost £2. There’s also the club’s own car park (opposite the club offices in Meadow Lane) at a cost of £2.50. But we’ll do a better check next time we need to.
Don’t park on local streets, however. Parking restrictions could land you with a hefty fine.
Services to: PETERBOROUGH
It’s a fairly easy walk from Nottingham railway station to Meadow Lane. Exit the station and head west on Carrington Street, and continue onto Arkwright Street North. Turn left onto Crocus Street for a third of a mile, before turning right onto London Road.
Cross to the other side of London Road and turn left onto Cattle Market Rd/A6011. This will be followed by a right turn onto County Rd/A6011. By now you would be coming alongside the ground. The walk will take 15-20 minutes.