Cheshunt: Club Profile

Head straight down the A10 from Ware to discover how we’ve done over the years against Cheshunt from Theobolds Lane. For a short time in the mid-80s, we were league buddies with the Ambers. But times have now changed somewhat. We’ve climbed a long way, with our only encounters against them coming in pre-season and county cup competition since then.

 

The Facts

Cheshunt: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
8 6 0 2 20 9 11 9 75%

* league points only


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

Tuesday 13 December 1994

Monday 27 October 1986

Wednesday 01 January 1986

Tuesday 29 October 1985

Tuesday 17 September 1985

Tuesday 03 September 1985

Saturday 06 April 1985

Saturday 25 August 1984

 

Players For Us... and Them

Shaun Batt Profile
George Casey Profile
Owen Coll Profile
Eddie Duah Profile
Anthony Furlonge Profile
Paul Hakim Profile
Duncan Hardy Profile
David Hicks Profile
Bobby Highton Profile
Tom Hitchcock Profile
Mark Hughes Profile
Andy Keepence Profile
Hector Mackie Profile
Lloyd Opara Profile
Dave Reddington Profile
Gary Schillaci Profile
Mark Timpson Profile
Keith Tonge Profile
Steve Wallduck Profile

 

Cheshunt Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

 

Cheshunt Travel Information – Distance: 19 miles

By Road

There really isn’t much to this trip. To start with, head over to Ware on the A602; taking the A10 south when you get there. Just as you come to a major roundabout (the first after you join the A10), there’s a left turn for Theobalds Lane. If you don’t already see the ground by this point, you soon will as it’s right there.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

With space for 200 vehicles, club’s car park is more than capable of coping with what’s likely to be asked of it.


By Rail

Station: THEOBALDS GROVE
Services to: SEVEN SISTERS

Come out of the station and aim for Theobalds Lane; not the High Street. You might well end up doing this anyway. Turn left and keep going along this road until you almost reach the A10.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner