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7 July 2014

All the information you'll need to follow Boro on the road this pre-season

Whilst Stevenage welcome West Ham, Millwall, Reading and Coventry City to The Lamex Stadium this pre-season, Graham Westley's men will also be on the road for five games this July and August.

Arlesey Town, Barnet, Tonbridge Angels, Chesham United and St Albans will be the destinations and you can find all the relevant ticket and travel details for each below in one handy place! 

Arlesey Town
Wednesday 9th July 2014

Armadillo Stadium
Hitchin Road
SG15 6RS

£7.50 - Adults
£4 - Concessions

How to get there:
By Road: Arlesey is just 12 miles north of Stevenage and is easily accessible by car. Drivers can exit the A1(M) at Baldock and take the A507 before turning into Arlesey. The ground is on Hitchin Road and there is a large car park available to fans. An overflow car park over the road is also likely to be open and signs will be up to direct fans. 

By Rail: There are regular train services from Stevenage to Arlesey with the journey taking just 11 minutes. An adult return from Stevenage is £4.40. Southbound trains home depart Arlesey for Hitchin, Stevenage etc at 22.05, 22.24 and 23.05. Northbound services towards Biggleswade and all stations to Peterborough depart at 22.00, 22.59 and 23.59.

Barnet FC
Tuesday 15th July 2014

The Hive
Camrose Avenue

£10 - Adults
£5 - Concessions (under-19s and over-65s)

How to get there:
By Road: Take the A1(M) southbound. At Apex Corner roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Selvage Lane/A5109 signposted Edgware. Continue through 2 roundabouts on to Dean’s Lane. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Deansbrook Road/A5109. Go straight over the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue. Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

By Tube: Canons Park Underground Station on the Jubilee Line is a 5 minute walk from The Hive. Turn left out the station on Whitchurch Lane and after a couple hundred feet the pedestrian entrance to The Hive will be on your right. Queensbury Underground Station, also on the Jubilee Line, is a 10 minute walk from The Hive. Turn left out the station on to Turner Road. Walk to the end of the road, turn right and the entrance to The Hive will be across the road. Alternatively Edgware Underground Station on the Northern Line is about a one mile walk to The Hive. The 340, 186 and 79 buses all run from Edgware Station to Canons Park.

Tonbridge Angels FC
Tuesday 22nd July 2014

Longmead Stadium
Darenth Avenue
TN10 3JF

How to get there:
By road: Leave the M25 at Junction 5 and take A21 (Sevenoaks/Hastings) turning to A225/B245 (signposted Hildenborough). After passing Langley Hotel on your left, take a slightly hidden left turning into Dry Hill Park Round. Turn left again at a mini-roundabout into Shipbourne Road (A227) and then left again at the next roundabout into Darenth Avenue. The ground is at the bottom of the hill and parking is available for approximately 300 cars.

By rail: Fans can travel from Stevenage to Tonbridge in under two hours. Take the train to London Kings Cross and then make your way to London Bridge before catching a service onto Tonbridge (approx 40 mins). Turn left out of station into High Street, carry on through High Street and take the right fork at junction with B245 London Road/A227 Shipbourne Road. Carry straight on along this road past the first mini-roundabout and turn left at second roundabout into Darenth Avenue. Return trains home via London Bridge depart Tonbridge at 21.40, 21.50, 22.10 and 22.40.

£7 - Adults
£4 - Concessions
£3 - Juniors

Chesham United
Saturday 26th July 2014

The Meadow
Amy Lane

How to get there
By Road: Take J20 off the M25 to the A41 Aylesbury/Hemel follow this road for about 7 miles, your turn off is after the Service Station; the turn off is for Berkhamsted/Chesham. Take the right hand lane in the slip road to the A416 to Chesham. Follow this road through Ashley Green, past the college on your left. When you get to the bottom of the hill, take a left turn at the mini roundabout. Follow the road for about 1.5 miles, go straight over the next two roundabouts, then get in to the left lane to take the first exit from the next roundabout. You will pass a Pub called the Red Lion on your right shortly after this. Follow the road to a mini roundabout, take the right exit going past two petrol stations either side of the road. Chesham United is on the third exit off the next roundabout. There is free parking at the ground which should be ample for the game. Alternate parking is available on the gravel hardstanding area on The Moor (NB height restricted entry, cars only) and in the town car parks. These are all within about 5-10 minutes normal walking distance of the ground.

By Tube: Chesham is part of the London Underground network and is at the far west of the Metropolitan Line. Walk out of the station and head down Station Road towards the High Street. Turn left and walk through the town until you reach a pedestrian crossing (opposite the Red Lion). Cross the road and bear left by the pub then continue walking until you pass two petrol stations which are opposite each other. At the next roundabout the third exit takes you into Chesham United's ground. The walk from the station takes 5-10 minutes.


St Albans City FC
Monday 4th August 2014

Clarence Park
York Road
St Albans

How to get there:
By Road: From Stevenage come off A1(M) at junction 3 onto A414 to St Albans. At next major roundabout take the A1081 exit to St Albans. Follow road for approx 1 mile until mini-roundabout (Great Northern pub on left). Turn right into Alma Road. At traffic lights turn right into Victoria Street and continue to junction with Crown pub. Go straight across into Clarence Road, ground is first on left about 50 yards past junction or take the next turning on the left into York Road, the ground entrance is at the end of the road on the left. Parking is available around the ground on local streets but please check parking restrictions and respect neighbours by not blocking driveways. St Albans City station is a 5 minute walk away and has a large car park.

By Rail: There are no direct trains from Stevenage to St Albans but if fans really wish to let the train take the strain then they'll need to get a service into London Kings Cross, walk next door to London St Pancras and then hop on a service back north to St Albans City station. Journey time will be approximately 1 hour, 20 mins. Services home again via St Pancras depart at 22.00, 22.30 and 23.00.

£10 - Adults
£4 - Concession (over 65, student, unemployed and 16-21)
£3 - Under-16 
Free - Under-12s

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