Hemel Hempstead Town: Club Profile

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
13 9 1 3 28 12 16 25 69%

* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 23 April 1991

Saturday 03 November 1990

Monday 15 October 1990

Saturday 07 April 1990

Tuesday 13 March 1990

Saturday 29 April 1989

Saturday 26 November 1988

Monday 10 March 1986

Saturday 18 January 1986

Saturday 31 August 1985

Tuesday 05 March 1985

Tuesday 16 October 1984

Saturday 24 March 1984


Players For Us... and Them

Stuart Beevor Profile
Tommy Black Profile
Dean Brennan Profile
Connor Calcutt Profile
Steve Conroy Profile
Dean Cracknell Profile
Gary Dixon Profile
Jamie Eames Profile
Lewis Field Profile
John Frendo Profile
Warren Gravette Profile
Shaun Hancock Profile
Paul Hobbs Profile
Noor Husin Profile
Rory Jenkins Profile
Tony Joyce Profile
Robert Kean Profile
Warren Kelly Profile
Warren Lay Profile
Rowan Liburd Profile
Jordan Parkes Profile
David Perpetuini Profile
Gary Phillips Profile
Michael Richens Profile
Jamie Slabber Profile
Anthony Thomas Profile
Mark Whittamore Profile
Dean Williams Profile
Marvin Williams Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 21 miles

By Road:
The easiest route to Hemel Hempstead is to take the A1(M) south to Hatfield and exit after passing through the Hatfield Tunnel. Take the A414 towards St Albans and continue on to the old M10. This is now, as you probably know, the A414. Or not. We're guessing.

When you get to the M1, remain left as the carriageways briefly merge, before bearing left off towards Hemel. After going through two roundabouts, turn right for Leverstock Green Road and then make a left onto Vauxhall Road. The ground is then on the right, up Wilma Way.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

The car park at the ground is a decent size for the level of football that Hemel Hempstead are used to, so it'll be more than sufficient.

By Rail:
Services to: LONDON EUSTON

It's a fair old distance from the station on the western side of town to the ground on the east. It seems as if local public transport or taxis, therefore, are your best bet.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner