Preston North End: Club Profile

No wins in our first six games with Preston North End. And they stole Graham Westley from us too. Not cool guys. That last bit came during our epic 2011-2 League One campaign. Since then, a lot happened – GW came back to us, we went down, PNE went up and narrowly missed out on the 2017-8 Championship playoffs. And GW came back to us again. Maybe it’ll be seventh time lucky for us against them, whenever that may be…


The Facts

Preston North End: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Preston North End: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 11 March 2014

Saturday 14 September 2013

Saturday 09 March 2013

Saturday 10 November 2012

Monday 09 April 2012

Saturday 10 December 2011


Players For Us... and Them

Patrick AgyemangProfile
Chuks AnekeProfile
Joel ByromProfile
Leon CortProfile
Michael CroweProfile
John DreyerProfile
Max EhmerProfile
Anthony EldingProfile
Luke FosterProfile
David GrayProfile
Chris HolroydProfile
Sam HoskinsProfile
Jamie JonesProfile
Keith KeaneProfile
Jack KingProfile
Ryan KirbyProfile
Scott LairdProfile
Dino MaamriaProfile
Jamie McCombeProfile
John MousinhoProfile
Nathan PeelProfile
Akpo SodjeProfile
Sean St LedgerProfile
Michael TongeProfile
Neil TrebbleProfile

Preston North End Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Bill Shankly Kop

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Deepdale offers a wide range of disabled facilities by the club’s own admission, with pitch-level entry and seating for wheelchair users and elevated seating for wheelchair users in three stands with step-free access.

Hearing looped equipment is available in the Bill Shankly Kop, while all stands comprise accessible toilet and catering facilities for all wheelchair users and ambulant disabled.

Pre-match booking is advised but not essential. Give the ticket office a call on 0870 442 1966 or email if you’d like more details.

Pre-Match Pints

Pubs are scarce in the immediate area, but further up or Tom Finney Way, is Sumners. Home and away fans mix here with a good-sized garden and decent food. It’s towards the Sainsbury’s superstore and away from the town centre.

Preston North End Travel Information – Distance: 203 miles

By Road

At around 200 miles, this is one of the longer journeys for Stevenage fans. A conservative estimate places the journey time at more than 3.5 hours. Essential components of the trip are the M1 and M6 – or the A14 and M6.

Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 31a; using the B6242 exit for Preston (East) and Longridge. Take the third exit at the roundabout for the B6242 and continue over one roundabout. At the next one, however, turn left (first exit) for the B6241. Just under a mile, bear round to the left. In 0.4 miles more, the ground will be on the left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Car parking at the ground is available – but at a cost of £15 on the day! You might also want to avoid the grass verges near the ground in case you annoy the local authorities. So, you can try a car park that costs £7 behind the Main Stand across Sir Tom Finney Way. Or Moorfields School will let you park up at a cost of a fiver.

By Rail

Station: PRESTON
Services to: LONDON EUSTON

The station is around a mile from the stadium, so be prepared for a lengthy walk. Head east on Fishergate towards Mount Street. Continue onto Church Street for nearly half a mile before turning onto Deepdale Road (now called Tom Finney Way… it’s the A6063).

After nearly a mile, turn right onto Park Side and again onto Hollins Road for the away end.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner