Molesey: Club Profile

Boro’ have only lost once to Molesey in our competitive head-to-head history – and that was only on penalties after a 4-4 draw! Apart from that, our record is decent; both when you think about the outcome and the number of goals. It all started with a 6-1 triumph in our Hitachi Cup Preliminary Round tie in 1984. More recent, one of our final-ever games as a member of the Diadora League saw us beat ’em 4-2 at Broadhall Way.


The Facts

Molesey: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

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

Monday 18 April 1994

Saturday 26 February 1994

Saturday 28 March 1992

Wednesday 05 February 1992

Saturday 28 December 1991

Saturday 18 August 1984


Players For Us... and Them

Richard BradyProfile
Phil DeanProfile
Simon RudgleyProfile
Neil TrebbleProfile

Molesey Ground Information

Molesey Travel Information – Distance: 55 miles

Take the M25 anti-clockwise round to Junction 12; using the left two lanes here to exit onto the London-bound M3. At Junction 1 of the M3, come off at the A308 exit; taking the fourth exit at the roundabout at the end of the slip road.

In nearly four miles, you’ll come to a roundabout outside Hampton Court Palace. Nice. Here, take the second exit to turn right and cross the River Thames. After crossing the river and next to the railway station here, turn right into Creek Road (B3379).

Go through one roundabout and, at the second, take the second exit onto Walton Road (B369). The ground is on the left in around a mile.

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There’s a modest car park at the ground, but it shouldn’t pose any issues.


Leave the station with the Thames on your right. Aim to go straight across (or more 11 o’clock-ish) onto Creek Road and follow this onto Bridge Road. Turn right onto Walton Road at a mini-roundabout and keep going until the ground appears on your left.

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