Club Profile

First Played: 1981-2

Win Rate: 17% (from 6 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

We failed to score in five of our six league games with Stamford – but won the other encounter 5-0. Now that’s odd. The Daniels stayed in the United Counties League a while longer after our decision to leave. It wasn’t until 1998, in fact, that they moved onto to new pastures; joining the Southern League. After 10 years, the club were on the move again – accepted into the Northern Premier League.


Stamford: The Facts

Borderville Sports Centre
Ryhall Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 1US

01780 751471


Stamford: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
6 1 1 4 5 10 -5 4 17%

* league points only

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

Saturday 10 March 1984

Monday 05 September 1983

Saturday 07 May 1983

Saturday 16 April 1983

Tuesday 05 January 1982

Saturday 17 October 1981

Players For Us... and Them

Tony Battersby Profile
Jan Czarnecki Profile
Steve Grys Profile
Sam McMahon Profile
Mark Smitheringale Profile
Daley Thompson Profile
Tony Thorpe Profile
Dave Venables Profile
Chris Wright Profile

Stamford Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Stamford Travel Information – Distance: 62 miles

By Road

For Stamford, head north on the A1(M) and A1 and keep going until you are on the north side of Peterborough. Upon reaching the B1081 exit (58 miles down the road), leave the A1 and turn left onto London Road. After about a mile, keep going onto High Street St Martin’s (A43), before going right as soon as you cross the river for Wharf Road (A1175).

Turn left onto Brazenose Lane after a third of a mile, before right onto St Paul’s Street. At the roundabout, you want the first exit for Ryhall Road (A6121) and the ground will be on your left nearly a mile up the road.

Alternative Route:

This comes on the advice of Stamford’s website, which says the town centre can be busy on Saturdays. To avoid this, remain on the A1 until you reach the A606 exit for Oakham. Leave the A1, turning right and then left as if you were heading straight back down. But take the first right before the southbound carriageway and continue along for half a mile.

Here, turn left for Great Casterton. When you see the sign directing you towards Ryhall, turn right here and continue for two-and-a-half miles. Turn right at the end of the road, and then right again. After a further 1.5 miles, the ground will be on the right.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


You’ll find 110 spaces at the ground’s own car park, which should be more than sufficient. If not, try the Travis Perkins car park. This is a two-minute walk away.

By Rail


The station is 1.7 miles from the ground, so it’s just about walkable if you’re up to it.

Exit the station on Gresley Drive and continue on this road until you reach a crossroads. Head straight over into Station Road, before turning left to cross the river. Once on the other side of the Welland, turn right into Wharf Road. From here, you’ll be following the car directions – St Leonard’s Street, Brazenose Lane, St Paul’s Street and Ryhall Road.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner