Car: (approx 248 miles from HW)
Join M1 north. Leave the A1 (M) at junction 49, signposted to Teesside, and join the A168, which after approximately 11 miles will become the A19. Approximately 19 miles later take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
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Nearest station is Middlesbrough - approximately 1 mile from the stadium (20 minute walk). Please note it's unlikely there are
late midweek trains back to London. Check
for specific times and connections of trains.
A selection of players who have played for both Clubs.
Indicates player profile available
Nicky Mohan - The
former Wanderers central defender started his pro career with Boro in 1987 and
made over 100 appearances before joining Leicester City for £330,000 in July
1994. Came to Wycombe via Bradford City and made 69 appearances in a Wycombe
shirt before departing to Stoke City in March 1999.
Peter Johnson - Left back who
was an apprentice with Boro in the mid 1970's. Went on to make 42 League
appearances for Boro before moving to Newcastle United in October 1980 for
£60,000. Also played on loan with Bristol City before time with Doncaster,
Darlington and Peterborough United. Moved to Wycombe in March 1992 at the age of
32 and made eight Conference appearances
Ben Roberts - Goalkeeper who
had a spell on loan at Wycombe from Boro during the 1995/96 season - making 15
Second Division appearances. On his return to Boro he appeared in the FA Cup and
Coca-Cola Cup Finals. He also played on loan for Bradford City, Millwall
and Luton Town.
Lee Turnbull - Midfielder who
was part of Boro's squad who won promotion to the 'old' Second Division at the
first attempt in 1986/87. Has a short spell with Aston Villa before a move to
Doncaster Rovers and then Chesterfield. After returning to Doncaster, Turnbull
moved to Wycombe in January 1994 for £20,000 and scored once in 11 League
games. Joined Scunthorpe United in March 1995.
Other player connections include:
Jamal Blackman, Paul Kerr, Andy Lonergan, Nathan McGinley, Bryn Morris and Alex Pattison
all-time record against Boro
Jan 4, 1975
Jan 7, 1975
Sep 16, 1998
Sep 22, 1998
|Sat, Jan 2, 2021
FAC = FA Cup
FLC = Worthington Cup (Football League Cup)
Ch - Championship
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