Barton Rovers: Club Profile

Now more familiar as a pre-season date, Boro’s competitive head-to-head record against Barton Rovers is almost perfect. We opened our account with a pair of 2-1 wins during the 1984-5 Servowarm League Division Two North season; doing the league double over ’em again the following season. It was on our return in 1988 after two seasons in Division One that Rovers finally got something off us; a 1-1 draw spoiling our 100% record forever. We may be left waiting a while to see if we’ll be picking that back up. But you never know…

 

The Facts

Players For Us... and Them

Bradley AndersonProfile
Stuart BeevorProfile
Noel BlackwellProfile
Dean BrennanProfile
George BrinkmanProfile
Terry BroomProfile
Connor CalcuttProfile
Simon ChangProfile
Nicky ChilversProfile
Ben CokerProfile
Jon FriendProfile
Liam GeorgeProfile
Gary HoyProfile
Andrew IwediunoProfile
Robert KeanProfile
Liam McDevittProfile
David PerpetuiniProfile
Tony ThorpeProfile
Richard WilmotProfile

 

Barton Rovers Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

 

Barton Rovers Travel Information – Distance: 14 miles

By Road

This is a nice simple trip for you here. Make your way across to Hitchin on the A602 and then switch to the A505 towards Luton. Goright at the smaller roundabout onto the B655 for the next 6.4 miles. This will take you to Barton-le-Clay. Turn left onto Luton Road and the ground is on the right.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

There is a reasonable car park at the stadium. It shouldn’t be too difficult to get a space if you’re driving across.


By Rail

Sadly, we drew a blank here. The train isn’t an option as the nearest station is probably Hitchin. And that’s six miles back…

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner