Arlesey Town: Club Profile

Us and Arlesey Town have both moved on from our United Counties League days together; the Blues not as high or as quick though. We left the competition in 1984, which remains the last time we played each other in a league match. The Blues, meanwhile, stuck around until the early 1990s before moving onto pastures new themselves. Of course, there have been meetings in the years since 1984. Well, just a couple actually. And the last of those came at the start of our 1996-7 FA Cup run. For near neighbours, they don’t half seem quite far away.

 

The Facts

Arlesey Town: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
7313972743%

* league points only


Arlesey Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 14 September 1996

Monday 18 March 1991

Saturday 11 February 1984

Saturday 19 November 1983

Tuesday 18 October 1983

Saturday 05 February 1983

Tuesday 31 August 1982

 

Players For Us... and Them

Nathan AbbeyProfile
James AyresProfile
Shaun BattProfile
Ray BeaumontProfile
Stuart BeevorProfile
Mark BridgeProfile
Drewe BroughtonProfile
Nigel CardinesProfile
Mitchell ColeProfile
Paul CumberbatchProfile
Jimmy DaintreeProfile
Danny DanceProfile
Phil DeanProfile
James DillnuttProfile
Mark DuckettProfile
Inih EffiongProfile
Tony EwinsProfile
Adam FurnessProfile
Liam GeorgeProfile
Peter GittingsProfile
Rohdell GordonProfile
Barry HaylesProfile
Bobby HightonProfile
Scott HoughtonProfile
Gary HoyProfile
Danny HugginsProfile
Harold JosephProfile
Andy KeepenceProfile
Ieuan LewisProfile
Craig Mackail-SmithProfile
Shaun MarshallProfile
Jeran MeahProfile
Jack MidsonProfile
Robbie O'KeefeProfile
Lloyd OparaProfile
James OughamProfile
David PerpetuiniProfile
Stefan ShamlianProfile
Delvin StevensProfile
Theo SwaineProfile
Neil TrebbleProfile
Mark WhittamoreProfile
Martin WilliamsProfile

Arlesey Town Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

Arlesey Town Travel Information – Distance: 12 miles

By Road

Our preferred route for travelling to Arlesey isn’t quite the shortest, but it is equally as quick as other options and also negates the need to go through Hitchin or Letchworth. First, head north on the A1(M) until Junction 9 and come off here for Letchworth.

Bear left as if heading into Letchworth, but take the first left hand turn after; this will bring you onto Baldock Lane. Continue onto Willian Road and then, in 1.4 miles, take a right onto Queenswood Drive. Shortly after, you come to a roundabout. Go straight across.

At the next roundabout you come to (just before Wilbury Hills Cemetery), make a left and take the first exit onto Arlesey New Road. In nearly a mile, turn right onto Hitchin Road. The ground is up here on the right in another mile-or-so.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

There is a small car park at the ground, which may be available for spectator use. Alternatively, you could find yourself looking for street parking provision.


By Rail

Station: ARLESEY
Services to: STEVENAGE

The walk from Arlesey train station is around 2 miles and follow the same instructions as the road directions above, heading down Church Lane and High Street until you reach the ground. It takes around 35-45 minutes to complete.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner