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What's On: Stevenage vs Peterborough

8 November 2019

Get all the off-the-pitch info you need to know ahead of Stevenage's FA Cup First Round clash against Peterborough United at The Lamex Stadium on Saturday 9th November 2019...

  • Home Tickets...

Tickets for Saturday's match are available online or in-store ahead of kick-off. Please remember, all home supporters are 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. Click here for further information.

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Supporters are to be advised that Turnstiles 11-13 (Central East Terrace & now digital) will be back open for this fixture for the first time this season, whilst Turnstile 21 (Old West Stand South Entrance) will be for Peterborough supporters located in the West Stand.

  • Away Tickets...

Saturday's match has been designated ALL-TICKET for Peterborough supporters and as such, will not be available from The Lamex Stadium on the day of the game. With approximately 200 tickets remaining from their allocation of 1796, there is a good chance of a sell-out.

Posh fans with tickets for the West Stand, should enter through Turnstile 21. Posh fans with tickets for the South Stand, should enter through Turnstiles 17-20.

  • Remembrance Fixture...

This Saturday's Emirates FA Cup match against Peterborough United is the Club's Annual Remembrance Fixtures, as we pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Ahead of kick-off, supporters will be asked to observe the playing of the Last Post whilst representatives from both Stevenage Football Club and Peterborough United lay wreaths on the Lamex Stadium pitch. All Stevenage players will have a poppy displayed on their shirts for the match.

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Military personnel from the Stevenage branch of the British Legion will be in attendance throughout the day to help raise money for the Poppy Appeal, so please give generously to the collectors staged inside and outside the ground. Please note, contactless options will be available.

Thanks also to Match Sponsors Fortrus, who have invited a group of Ex-Service Members, including the  British Legion volunteers, to enjoy food and drink on the house in their Hospitality box.

  • Report Abuse

Supporters are reminded that Stevenage Football Club has an anonymous Matchday Textline that can be used to report any cases of abuse or discrimination.

Stevenage Football Club prides itself on delivering a family-friendly matchday experience for all supporters, and promotes an equal opportunities environment irrespective of people’s faith, gender, race, nationality, sexual orientation or disability.

Fans can anonymously message the Matchday Control Room direct on 07565942294 to report any signs of abuse, anti-social behaviour, foul/abusive language or discrimination within the stadium.

This information will then be processed confidentially inline with the Club’s data processes and where deemed necessary suitable action will be considered and taken.

There is absolutely no place for abuse or discrimination at The Lamex Stadium and supporters found responsible for such behaviour will face the most severe of sanctions.

  • Shop...

The Club Shop is open from 12pm-3pm and following 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 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, Fortrus and our Match Ball Sponsor, Product Finishing Limited.

  • Matchday Programme...

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

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Don't miss this weekend's edition, which includes an exclusive interview with former Stevenage and current Peterborough legend, George Boyd.

  • The Broadhall Suite...

Open from 12pm and welcoming both home and away fans for this fixture, The Broadhall Suite is your #1 stop for food and drink prior to each home match. Chelsea vs Crystal Palace will be shown at 12:30pm live on BT Sport.

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The Broadhall Suite will re-open after the conclusion of the match where Arsenal vs Leicester City will be shown live on Sky Sports.

  • Beat Boro Bear Half-Time Challenge...

This season we have a 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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At the end of the season, the supporter with the best score will win a FREE 2020/21 Season Ticket!

  • Kids Zone...

The Kids Zone is open from 1:30pm in the West Stand Car Park and is bigger, better and more fun than ever before! Play Giant Connect 4, stick your head through the new Face in the Hole board, get your face painted by professinoal artist, Stephanie of WhatsaFace, or take part in any of the other fun and games that are available from the Kids Zone at every home matchday.

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The Kids’ Zone is also the place to sign up for and collect your Junior Boro Membership packs or get your Junior Boro Passport stamped. PLUS, a selection of First Team Players visit the Kids’ Zone each week between 2pm-2:30pm, so bring your autograph book along and snap a selfie with one of your favourite players!

  • Boro Busker...

This Saturday’s Boro Busker is David Pickett, a creative musician from North Hertfordshire.

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We invite a different artist each week to entertain supporters by the Ticket Office from 1:30pm, to help build up the atmosphere prior to kick-off.

Please click here to check out David's music and make sure to show your support when walking by!

  • 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...

Once parked in town or off the train, get to the match with our Arriva Shuttle Bus service which runs from the Bus and Railway Station to The Lamex Stadium for just £1.50 return.

The bus leaves the stations at 12:54, 13:19, 13:44, 14:09 & 14:34 before the game and then at 16:40, 17:00, 17:20 & 17:45 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.

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

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

Visit the Live Match Centre ahead of kick-off and listen to LIVE Match Commentary from wherever you are in the world.

  • 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 1-1 Peterborough

9 November 2019

Jim Steele

Stevenage almost made it a special afternoon at The Lamex Stadium but were held to 1-1 draw and a replay against Peterborough on Saturday in the Emirates FA Cup…

After a first half where both teams cancelled each other out, Elliott List broke away in the second half to score the opening goal before Marcus Maddison equalised with just 10 minutes left to play. Boro remain in the hat for the Second Round draw, to be made on Monday evening.

Mark Sampson named one change to the starting line-up from last Saturday’s draw away at Scunthorpe United as Emmanuel Sonupe replaced Tyler Denton.

It was a stop-start opening 15 minutes to the match with unfortunate injuries and long stoppages, aplenty. Kelland Watts was booked in the fifth minute after a late challenge on Nathan Thompson but was replaced by Ben Nugent moments later, after picking up an injury when running with the ball. Sampson was then forced into another early change after Elliott List came on for the injured Dean Parrett.

Posh were enjoying most of the possession early on and bombarded the Boro box with crosses and pressure, but Stevenage looked dangerous on the counter-attack, whenever Peterborough’s play broke down.

Having weathered the early storm, both metaphorically and literally, Stevenage created their first chance of the game on 28 minutes as Terence Vancooten was released down the right-flank, whose cross was cleared away to Kurtis Guthrie who fired his chance over the bar.

Just after the half-hour mark, Ivan Toney had Peterborough’s best chance of the first half when he looked to go on all alone as he cut into the box from the left-wing but his effort was deflected just past Paul Farman’s post.

Electrical problems delayed the start of the second half and it was the away side that started lighting fast, as Posh piled on the pressure during the early goings. The ever-dangerous Marcus Maddison came close to finding Ivan Toney with a deep cross for the opening goal but then minutes later, Sonupe again was brought down by Daniel Butler when looking like he was through on goal, but was only shown a yellow card.

Farman was called upon to make an important save from Mo Eisa soon after, who after bearing down on goal almost found the bottom corner, but for Farman’s outstretched palm. Then, on 55 minutes, List sent The Lamex Stadium wild with a brilliant individual goal to break the deadlock, latching onto a loose ball from an opposition defender before driving goalwards and smashing low past Christy Pym to make it 1-0.

The away side’s urgency upped with 20 minutes to go and  Posh were starting to up the tempo of their game. Harrison Burrows saw his effort go high and wide and crosses were flying in from every angle, with Boro defending valiantly.

Sampson was forced to make his third enforced change of the game with 15 minutes to go, this time Guthrie having to be carried off in-place of Adam El-Abd. Shortly after, Maddison unleashed a trademark strike from just outside the area that flew past Farman for the equaliser.

With five minutes left to play, Maddison again found room just outside of the box and shifted the ball onto his favoured left foot, only to be denied from an eye-catching save from Farman. Four minutes of time were added on, which Stevenage managd without incident, to hold on for a replay at London Road.

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