Harlow Town: Club Profile

Harlow Town have the better head-to-head record – but they haven’t come close to topping our 7-1 win over them in April 1992. Yet. It took us eight attempts to actually overcome the Hawks in the end; that, in itself, only being a Knights Floodlit League encounter. Still, a league double over them in the 1991-2 campaign leaves us with something decent to pick back up if we ever do meet again.

 

The Facts

Harlow Town: Record vs Boro'

PlWDLFAGDPts*WR%
1132519172627%

* league points only


Harlow Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 19 September 1992

Saturday 25 April 1992

Saturday 23 November 1991

Monday 15 January 1990

Monday 18 December 1989

Saturday 14 January 1989

Saturday 20 August 1988

Tuesday 31 March 1987

Monday 08 December 1986

Tuesday 10 December 1985

Monday 25 November 1985

 

Players For Us... and Them

Paull AbbottProfile
Mick AdamsonProfile
Peter AdnamsProfile
Ian AllinsonProfile
Glen AlzapiediProfile
Steve ArmsbyProfile
Leon BellProfile
Bill BennettProfile
Corey BrowneProfile
Lee BurnsProfile
Terry BurnsProfile
Dave FawcettProfile
John FrendoProfile
Martin GittingsProfile
James HasellProfile
Tom HitchcockProfile
Clive KemplenProfile
Ryan KirbyProfile
Gary LaffarProfile
Miguel LuqueProfile
John MartinProfile
Richard MaysProfile
Jack MidsonProfile
Paul NeufvilleProfile
Lloyd OparaProfile
Dwayne PlummerProfile
Che StadhartProfile
Laurie StewartProfile
Jamie WaiteProfile
Andy WalkerProfile
Steve WallduckProfile
Gary WraightProfile

 

Harlow Town Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand


Ticket Info


Facilities for Disabled Fans


Pre-Match Pints

 

Harlow Town Travel Information – Distance: 19 miles

By Road

Go across to Ware on the A602 and join the A10 south. After you cross the viaduct and pass the Hertford exit, come off at the next junction for the A414 (Harlow, Ware (South) and Hoddesdon). The Hertford exit is also signposted A414 – don’t take this one!

Join the A414 for Harlow and continue on until the dual carriageway comes to its end. Take the second exit at the roundabout to stay on the A414. After crossing the railway, take the fourth exit at the next roundabout for Roydon.

Head along Elizabeth Way (A1169), with the ground just before the next roundabout.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


Parking

Keep on the entrance road and follow it around the stadium. The car park is on the other side. It’s not huge, though. So, just bear that in mind in case you need an alternative.


By Rail

Station: HARLOW TOWN
Services to: CAMBRIDGE

The walk is around 1.2 miles. Leave the station on its main approach road and go up to the roundabout. Go across the A414 (running parallel to the railway) and head along the A1169. You’ll pass some sports pitches as you go. The ground will soon be on the right.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner