Boreham Wood

Club Profile

First Played: 1984-5

Win Rate: 41% (from 17 games)

Last Updated: 07 July 2021

League, cup and pre-season friendlies; our head-to-head record against Boreham Wood dates back to November 1984; a 4-2 win for us in the Hitachi Cup. With seven wins and six defeats from 17 games in total, the balance is a pretty even one. With the Wood now getting closer (it seems) to promotion from the National League into the Football League, a repeat could be on the cards closer than we think. Time will tell. Bon chance to ’em…


Boreham Wood: The Facts

Meadow Park
Broughinge Road, Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire, WD6 5AL

020 8953 5097


Boreham Wood: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
17 7 4 6 20 17 3 10 41%

* league points only

Boreham Wood: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 08 February 1997

Monday 07 November 1994

Tuesday 25 January 1994

Monday 17 January 1994

Wednesday 01 January 1992

Saturday 28 September 1991

Tuesday 20 August 1991

Monday 06 November 1989

Tuesday 31 October 1989

Saturday 19 December 1987

Tuesday 08 December 1987

Monday 16 March 1987

Thursday 01 January 1987

Monday 03 November 1986

Saturday 01 November 1986

Monday 18 November 1985

Tuesday 13 November 1984

Players For Us... and Them

Paull Abbott Profile
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Bruno Andrade Profile
James Ayres Profile
Matt Ball Profile
Leon Bell Profile
Mike Bignall Profile
Corey Browne Profile
Elliot Buchanan Profile
Tyrone Cazaubon Profile
Dean Cracknell Profile
Phil Dean Profile
James Dillnutt Profile
Gary Dixon Profile
Eddie Duah Profile
Inih Effiong Profile
Lee Flynn Profile
Dominic Gentle Profile
Nicholas Grime Profile
Dominic Grime Profile
Nigel Hann Profile
Byron Harrison Profile
Lee Harvey Profile
Bobby Highton Profile
Tom Hitchcock Profile
Paul Hobbs Profile
Jimmy Hughes Profile
Jermaine Hunter Profile
Noel Imber Profile
Anthony Jeffrey Profile
Ryan Johnson Profile
Michael Jordan Profile
Tony Joyce Profile
Robert Kean Profile
Dwane Lee Profile
Charlie MacDonald Profile
Tyrone Marsh Profile
Shaun Marshall Profile
Daryl McMahon Profile
Jeran Meah Profile
Chris Myers Profile
Alan Paris Profile
Dwayne Plummer Profile
Robbie Reinelt Profile
James Russell Profile
Dean Samuels Profile
Anthony Samuels Profile
Phil Simpson Profile
Mark Smith Profile
Connor Smith Profile
Chris Taylor Profile
Michael Thalassitis Profile
Blair Turgott Profile
Denny Tyler Profile
Matt Vier Profile
Andy Walker Profile
Steve Wallduck Profile
Dean Wells Profile
Jose Whishaw Profile
Ian Whitehead Profile
Calum Willock Profile

Boreham Wood Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

Boreham Wood Travel Information – Distance: 20 miles

By Road

Take the A1(M) and A1 towards London. Take the first turn off for Boreham Wood, heading for the town centre. Turn into Brook Road at the roundabout you’ll come to before the town centre. Broughinge Road will be the first left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


The car park at the ground is for players and officials only. Just a few minutes’ walk is the Brook Road car park, however. It’s a Pay and Display car park and is free after 6.30pm – handy for a weekday match, eh? Local streets are subject to restrictions, so we wouldn’t recommend chancing your arm unless you’re sure that you’re in a safe place.

By Rail


At around a mile, the walk to the ground takes no more than 30 minutes. Exit through the station car park onto Station Road and turn left, before turning right at the roundabout for Shenley Road. After around 0.3 miles, turn left at the next roundabout for Clarendon Road and then right onto Eldon Road shortly afterwards.

At the end of the road, turn left into Eldon Avenue opposite McDonalds. Continue past Fairway House on your right, before turning into Fairway Avenue. It’s then a left turn for Brook Road, which you’ll need to cross to the side where the car park is. The club is to the north of this; accessed by heading up Broughinge Road along one side of the ground.

Turn right at the end of the ground, and right again to enter.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner