Sutton United: Club Profile

Our first meeting may have been in ’84 – but Sutton United became familiar faces in our Diadora League Premier Division days. In losing 4-1 during that first-ever encounter (the Hitachi Cup), our next matchday programme held the Us up as the yardstick for where a growing Boro’ needed to be. It took some time. But we got there. There was another cup defeat for us before reaching the Diadora League Premier Division in 1993.

The Us weren’t long back from the Conference; relegated in 1991 and very much in the mix for a return in the first few seasons back down a level. In both campaigns we were in the Premier Division, the Us ended in fifth place. It’s just that, in the second of those, we ended up as champions and left them behind. We’d go on to be reunited for once again after the Us came back to the Conference in 1999-00. But that’s been that… for now.


The Facts

Sutton United: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Sutton United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Monday 24 April 2000

Tuesday 24 August 1999

Monday 06 September 1993

Saturday 21 August 1993

Saturday 13 February 1993

Tuesday 01 September 1992

Tuesday 10 September 1991

Tuesday 11 December 1984


Players For Us... and Them

Paul BarrowcliffProfile
Harry BeautymanProfile
Dale BinnsProfile
Darius CharlesProfile
Jimmy DackProfile
Roarie DeaconProfile
Craig DobsonProfile
Jason GoodliffeProfile
Kelly HaagProfile
Byron HarrisonProfile
Connor HunteProfile
Albert JarrettProfile
Jack JebbProfile
Anthony JeffreyProfile
Alan JulianProfile
Barry LakerProfile
Craig McAllisterProfile
Michael MisonProfile
Jon NurseProfile
Chris NurseProfile
Richard PacquetteProfile
Geoff PitcherProfile
Jamie SlabberProfile
John UgbahProfile
Simon WaltonProfile
Steve WatsonProfile
Paul WhitmarshProfile
Brett WilliamsProfile
Marvin WilliamsProfile
Phil WilsonProfile

Sutton United Ground Information

Sutton United Travel Information – Distance: 47 miles

For Sutton, go around the anti-clockwise M25 and leave at Junction 10 for the A3 towards central London. As you come to Tolworth, exit the A3 and take the fourth exit at the roundabout for the A240 Kingston Road.

After you have gone across the railway, take the second exit at the roundabout for the A240 Ewell Bypass (which becomes the A24) for nearly a mile. Then turn left onto the A232 Cheam Road.

Go through one roundabout and – after 2.4 miles – take the first exit at the roundabout for Gander Green Lane and go up past West Sutton station for the ground.

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If you can’t find a space in Sutton United’s modest car park, try seeking out street parking.


Come out of the station onto Gander Green Lane and turn right. The stadium is not too far up here on the right.

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