Welwyn Garden City Club Profile
Our competitive battles with Welwyn Garden City have been restricted to cup competitions since we first met them in 1983. One reason for that is the Citizens’ long-time membership of the (Spartan) South Midlands League. That’s now changed, however, with the club part of the Southern League as of the 2019-20 campaign.
In terms of our head-to-head, we do hold the upper hand; a 3-1 defeat in our first-ever meeting still the only time we’ve been on the wrong side of the scoreline. We’d very much like to keep things that way as much as we can. Even if we’re limited to friendly clashes for the foreseeable future. It all counts.
Welwyn Garden City: The Facts
Welwyn Garden City: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Welwyn Garden City: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Monday 24 February 1992
Thursday 13 February 1992
Monday 16 October 1989
Tuesday 03 October 1989
Monday 14 November 1988
Tuesday 11 October 1988
Saturday 29 October 1983
Players For Us... and Them
Welwyn Garden City Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Welwyn Garden City Travel Information – Distance: 7 miles
Head down the A1(M) and exit at Junction 6 for the A1000. Take the first exit at the roundabout for Hertford Road and then the second exit after half-a-mile for Bessemer Road; still the A1000. Once on the Mundells one-way system, go around and take the left for Herns Way towards Panshanger. The ground is on the left.
The club’s own car park is for players and officials on game day, so be prepared to look elsewhere. You can try immediately outside the stadium, where there are (currently) no restrictions. Otherwise, Panshanger Golf Course and the nearby shops are options for fans to consider.
Station: WELWYN GARDEN CITY
Services to: STEVENAGE
At 1.8 miles, do you really want to walk this? If you do, leave the station on the long bridge across the railway that leads to Hydeway on the side of the old Shredded Wheat factory. Go left and head up Broadwater Road. Keep going up here to the one-way system, using the pedestrian walkways to go in the opposite direction of traffic to Herns Way.