Bishop’s Stortford: Club Profile
It might surprise you – but we’re still yet to take on Bishop’s Stortford in a league game since our first meeting in 1985. All our encounters to date are cup clashes; Boro’ coming out on top more often than not as things stand. It’s also now more than a quarter of a century since our last ‘competitive’ meeting. And that’s if you can call the Eastern Floodlit League on those terms…?
Bishop’s Stortford: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Bishop’s Stortford: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Thursday 31 March 1994
Tuesday 15 March 1994
Monday 28 February 1994
Monday 13 December 1993
Saturday 08 August 1992
Saturday 15 September 1990
Tuesday 19 January 1988
Saturday 17 August 1985
Thursday 28 February 1985
Thursday 21 February 1985
Players For Us... and Them
Bishop’s Stortford Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Bishop’s Stortford Travel Information – Distance: 25 miles
From Stevenage, the best option is to head towards Ware on the A602 and join the A10 north. After five miles, you will reach a roundabout on the outskirts of Standon; take the third exit for the A120.
Go through the traffic lights at Little Hadham until you reach Bishop’s Stortford. Take the first exit at the roundabout on the outskirts of the town to stay on the A120. Continue over the next roundabout too, before taking the third exit at the next for the A1250.
After 0.4 miles and opposite a golf course, there will be a right turn into Woodside Road. Take this, and follow it around to the right after 0.1 miles for the stadium.
The car park at Bishop’s Stortford costs £2 to use – but it fills up fast on a matchday. You may find a free alternative in parking on Woodside Road itself. Be on the look out for any restrictions, however.
Station: BISHOP’S STORTFORD
Services to: LONDON LIVERPOOL STREET, CAMBRIDGE
The ground is roughly 1.5 miles from the station and it takes about 35 minutes to walk. It should be possible to exit the station on the right hand side (not the main entrance) via a footbridge. Assuming you leave the station this way, walk up through a small car park on the right of the Three Tuns pub.
From here, go straight on up Warwick Road for 0.5 miles. At the end of the road, it’s a swift left-right combination; first for Haymeads Lane and then onto the A1250 Dunmow Road. Keep going along Dunmow Road, using the road signs to help if you need at the roundabout along the way.
After more than half a mile, take the left turn into Woodside Lane.