Whyteleafe: Club Profile
Three meetings, three wins and an average of three goals for per game. It’s not a bad record we’ve against Whyteleafe. Twice we put four goals past them; a 4-1 win in our 1985-6 FA Vase Round Five tie and a 4-0 triumph at home during our 1991-2 Diadora League Division 1 campaign.
Whyteleafe: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Whyteleafe: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 21 March 1992
Tuesday 22 October 1991
Saturday 01 February 1986
Whyteleafe Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Whyteleafe Travel Information – Distance: 74 miles
You’ll probably find it easier to travel around the M25 counter-clockwise. Well, rather than ploughing through the centre of London. You want to exit the M25 at Junction 6 and take the first exit at the roundabout onto the A22. Stay on the A22 for 3.3 miles across one roundabout, before turning left onto Salmons Lane over the railway and then right into Church Road.
A small car park at the ground should be sufficient for your visit. But there are places to park on Church Road itself too. Just be mindful that double yellows, where present, are there for a reason. And, if all else fails, there’s always the station.
Services to: LONDON KINGS CROSS
It’s possible to do this one in two changes (rather than three). And that helps – don’t you think? It’s less than half a mile from the station to the ground; exiting the station south on St Luke’s Road towards Whyteleafe Hill. Turn right here, and then left onto Church Road. Hey presto; the ground is soon on your left.