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What's On: Stevenage vs Southend

13 August 2019

Jim Steele

The Carabao Cup returns to The Lamex Stadium on Tuesday Night for a 7:45pm kick-off against Southend United. Here is all the off-the-pitch information you need to know...

  • Tickets...

Ticket prices for Tuesday's clash against Southend United are as follows:

  • Adults & Concessions: Seated £20, Terrace £15
  • U18s: Seated £12, Terrace £8
  • U12s: Seated £8, Terrace £5

Please remember, all home supporters will no longer be able to pay by either cash or card direct from the turnstiles. All tickets (Paper or via Phone) must be ready to scan at the Digital Turnstiles upon entry.

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Supporters are to be advised that Turnstiles 13-16 (Central East Terrace) and Turnstile 21 (Old West Stand South Entrance) will both be CLOSED, meaning all Stevenage supporters will need to access the stadium through the new digital turnstiles on the A602, at the North side of the ground.

  • Away Tickets...

Tickets for Southend fans are available on the day, but all matchday purchases must be made direct from the South Stand turnstiles. Cash and card options are available.

  • Shop...

The Club Shop is open from 12pm-8pm and for 15 minutes after the final whistle. Visit us for Season Ticket Collections, as well as all Official Merchandise purchases.

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Replica Kit, Training Wear and a whole host of other new items are available for purchase now online or in-store.

  • First Time Fans...

Please let us know if you are bringing an U12 for the first time so we can arrange for a hand-signed certificate and first time badge to be distributed to your little one! If you have any questions as a First Time Visitor, don't hesitate to get in-touch.

  • Sponsors...

Thanks to our Match Sponsors, Black & White Fire Safety and our Match Ball Sponsor, HBC Logistics.

  • Matchday Programme...

Tonight's FREE Digital Matchday Programme is available for supporters to download/view now.

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Working in partnership with Hashtag Digital Media, the new publication follows on from last Saturday's debut edition.

  • The Broadhall Suite...

Make sure you stop by the Broadhall Suite on Tuesday evening where the Club is holding its “Pie & Pint” offer for just £5.

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Open from 5:30pm and welcoming both home and away supporters, The Broadhall Suite is your #1 stop for food and drink prior to each home match.

  • Beat Boro Bear Half-Time Challenge...

Watch out for the BRAND NEW Half-Time challenge featuring our very own Boro Bear. Lucky participants will be tasked with dribbling to and from the edge of the centre-circle to the edge of the penalty box, scoring as many goals as possible during the process.

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A leaderboard will soon be kept and updated in the Kids' Zone, where supporters will be able to apply to take part. At the end of the season, the supporter with the best score will win a FREE 2020/21 Season Ticket!

  • Junior Boro Memberships...

The Kids' Zone is CLOSED for evening games but our Foundation team will be on-hand outside their offices to handle all Junior Boro Membership enquiries.

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Young supporters can either sign up for or collect their Junior Boro Membership Packs, which come complete with a Junior Boro Fan Passport, Water Bottle, Velcro Wallet and more.

  • Parking & Travel...

Free parking is available across the A602 in Fairlands Valley car park. Please do not park in the nearby retail parks, on the grass verges or on residential streets.

For those supporters who have a designated parking space at the Lamex Stadium, please note that there will be a 10 minute traffic delay after the final whistle, to allow pedestrians to safely exit the stadium.

We are located just a minute away from Junction 7 of the A1(M). For more details on how to find us, please click here.

  • Shuttle Bus...

The Arriva Shuttle Bus is back in operation as usual and takes supporters from the Bus and Railway Station to The Lamex Stadium for just £1.50 return.

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The bus leaves the stations at 18:24, 18:54 & 19:24 before the game and then at 21:40 & at 22:05 from the stadium.

Please note not to park in the nearby retail parks. It is likely that any supporters who do so, will face a fine.

  • Watch/listen wherever you are...

If you can't make the match, follow the action live with an iFollow subscription wherever you are via the Live Match Centre.

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Visit the Live Match Centre to access form guides, live text commentary and live access to the match on iFollow

If you are in the UK, you can listen to LIVE Match Commentary whilst if you are based abroad, you can STREAM the action live.

  • Queries...

Any questions or queries? Please get in touch and we will do our utmost to respond ASAP.

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 1-2 Southend

13 August 2019

Jim Steele

Stevenage exited the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night as two quick-fire goals from Charlie Kelman at the start of the second half turned the tie on its head...

After a good first half in which Stevenage took the lead through a Dean Parrett cracker, Southend were able to respond right out the break as two fine finishes knocked Boro out of the competition.

It was a match that was dominated by injuries, as Scott Cuthbert, Dean Parrett, Charlie Carter and Emmanuel Sonupe all left the pitch with at minimum, knocks. They join an already lengthy treatment room for the First Team staff to contend with.

Dino Maamria named four changes following last Saturday's match at home to Exeter City as Charlie Carter, Dean Parrett, Kurtis Guthrie and Youth Team Scholar Luis Fernandez all came into the team at the expense of Emmanuel Sonupe, Arthur Iontton, Danny Newton and Chris Stokes.

It was the visitors that got off to the stronger of starts, swarming all over Stevenage inside the opening 10 minutes. A fearsome long range shot from McLaughlin that Farman had covered was about the best of the opportunities as Boro rode the early wave of pressure.

That defensive stubbornness was then rewarded by the attackers up the other end of the pitch, as Dean Parrett scored Stevenage’s first goal of the season in style. After receiving the ball on the edge of the Southend penalty area, the returning midfielder struck a first time shot into the roof of the net with his weaker left foot.

The goal lifted spirits inside The Lamex Stadium as a re-energised Boro began to run the show. There were big shouts for a Stevenage penalty that fell on deaf ears just minutes after the goal, as Guthrie appeared to be wrested to the ground whilst trying to get onto the end of an incoming cross.

The second big Stevenage chance of the match came on 20 minutes, as Guthrie latched onto Parrett’s corner at the near-post, only to see his prod towards goal fall wide of the mark.

Due to a plethora of injuries down the left-hand side, 17 year old Luis Fernandez was drafted in to start at left-back for his competitive debut and did himself no harm from his showing. His standout moment being a 41st minute goalline block to deny Hutchinson what appeared to be a sure goal.

Despite the positive feelings coming off for the break, it took Southend only one minute to level terms out from the half. Charlie Kelman rising rightest inside the box to make it 1-1 and game on for the second half.

With a goal under their belts, Southend began to purr once again and Kelman turned things around in the 54th minute with a superb finish from inside the box following a swift move through the thirds.

The Club’s injury crisis appeared to deepen shortly after as Skipper Scott Cuthbert hobbled off in-place of Emmanuel Sonupe before Charlie Carter did the same for Jason Cowley. Sonupe’s evening was short though, as after a rapid run down the right touchline, the attacker pulled up with what appeared to be a thigh injury, leaving Boro down to 10 men.

As the match approached its climax, Stevenage rallied late to apply pressure on the Southend defence but after Taylor’s shot was blocked and Guthrie’s header was saved, the travelling Blues were able to see out the victory to secure their passage to Round Two of the Carabao Cup.

Stevenage will look to pick up their first league win at Leyton Orient on Saturday.

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Ticket News

Boro host Shrimpers in Carabao Cup on Tuesday

12 August 2019

Cup football returns to The Lamex Stadium on Tuesday evening as Southend United are Stevenage's visitors in the Carabao Cup...

Taking place on Tuesday 13th August 2019 at 7:45pm, ticket prices for the clash have been set as follows:

  • Adults & Concessions: Seated £20, Terrace £15
  • U18s: Seated £12, Terrace £8
  • U12s: Seated £8, Terrace £5

Supporters can purchase their tickets online or via the Club Shop but please note, all home supporters will no longer be able to pay by either cash or card direct from the turnstiles. All tickets (Paper or via Phone) must be ready to scan at the Digital Turnstiles upon entry.

How To Purchase E-Tickets...

When purchasing your E-Ticket online at www.borotickets.co.uk, once you have selected your ticket, simply choose "E-Ticket, Mobile or Collection”. Season Ticket Holders also have the additional "Membership Card option.

  • E-Ticket: Once paid, supporters receive an email with their Ticket QR Code which they can either print at home or scan using their mobile device.
  • Mobile: Once paid, supporters have the option to receive a text message for 10p extra, in-order to get the QR code sent direct to their phone.
  • Collection: Once paid, supporters will be instructed to visit the Club Shop/Ticket Office in-advance of their chosen fixture to collect their tickets.
  • Membership Card: This is for Season Ticket Holders only. Select this option to have your ticket loaded directly onto your Season Ticker Card.

For those supporters who may not have access to digital devices or would rather use a paper ticket, please visit the Club Shop/Ticket Office ahead of kick-off.

The Broadhall Suite is open from 5:30pm and offering its Pie & Pint deal for just £5. Both Stevenage and Southend supporters are welcome.

So get behind the boys next Tuesday night as Dino Maamria and his squad plot a route to the Second Round of the Carabao Cup.

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