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Digital Matchday Programme: Stevenage vs Rochdale AFC

15 April 2022

Supporters can now view & download the Stevenage vs Rochdale AFC Digital Matchday Programme...

In partnership with Hashtag Digital Media, this week's edition includes programmes notes from Manager Steve Evans, CEO Dominic Jordan, as well as updates from Stevenage FC Women, the Foundation, the Supporters' Association and our Commercial Team.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available within the programme, please email commercial@stevenagefc.com for more information.

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 1-0 Rochdale AFC

15 April 2022

Jim Steele

Scott Cuthbert’s second half header gives Stevenage a vital three points on a sunny Good Friday at The Lamex as Steve Evans’ men fight hard for Football League survival…

Evans’ side looked to keep the momentum going after a 2-0 victory in Colchester last Saturday. The team consisted of just one change from that day as Bruno Andrade replaced the suspended Luke Norris who was serving a one match ban. Elliott List was the sole striker with Jamie Reid and Bruno Andrade either side of him.

Boro’s first chance came after just three minutes as a free kick was won roughly twenty-five yards from goal. Ben Coker attempted a low curling effort, but Jay Lynch smartly caught it.

The first twenty minutes were reasonably even with very few chances on goal. Rochdale came close just after twenty minutes but Luke charman’s header went wide of the mark.

Five minutes later, Boro had another free kick within shooting range. This time the ball was whipped into the box before being headed clear to Jake Taylor on the edge of the box whose effort rolled past the post.

The remainder of the first half was quiet as the sides battled out for possession. With just seconds to go until the interval, a nice passage of play resulted in Luther James-Wildin receiving the ball on the right-wing. The Full-back delivered the ball low and hard across goal but Elliott List couldn’t quite get the decisive touch.

As the second half got underway, Evans made his first substitution of the game as Chris Lines replaced Bruno Andrade.

Then, just three minutes after the interval, Boro grabbed the opener. Arthur Read’s pinpoint corner fell to the head of Scott Cuthbert who superbly headed the ball into the bottom left corner to give Stevenage the lead.

Roughly twenty minutes has passed, and Boro were looking to hold on. Max Clark floated the ball across goal, but Luke Charman headed just inches past the post. Then, James Daly came on in place of Elliott List in attack.

With fifteen minutes to go, Evans was forced into his third and final change as Luke O’Neill replaced the struggling Ben Coker. O’Neill slotted into right back with Luther James-Wildin moving to left back.

Five minutes to go and Rochdale were on the front foot as they desperately looked for an equaliser. Chris Lines picked up a yellow card for a rash challenge before the ball was blocked on the Stevenage line just a minute later.

The Boro faithful on the East Terrace were heard loud and clear as they attempted to help their side hold on to the one-goal advantage. The fourth official held up four minutes to be played as the nerves continued.

Eventually the referee blew his whistle to signal for full time and award Stevenage all three points. A hard fought performance from Steve Evans’ men was rewarded as the players put in 100% effort to see out the game and put smiles on faces all around The Lamex.

 

Attendance: 3172 with 306 away fans.

 

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Ticket News

Kids for a Quid vs Rochdale – 24 Hours Only

14 April 2022

Junior supporters can watch Boro’s Good Friday clash vs Rochdale for just £1 with our ‘Kids for a Quid’ flash sale…

Running for 24 hours from 3pm today (Thurs 14th April) to Good Friday’s 3pm kick-off, the Club are encouraging the town’s younger generation to visit The Lamex Stadium and get behind the team in a huge clash vs Rochdale in our fight for Sky Bet League Two survival.

Under 12s can choose to sit or stand anywhere inside The Lamex Stadium - accompanied by an adult - with match tickets available both online at www.borotickets.co.uk, from the Stevenage FC Club Shop and from the North Stand Ticket Office on the day of the game.

 

Adult OIA:

Adult MIP: 

Conc OIA:

Conc MIP:

U18 OIA:

U18 MIP:

U12 OAI:

U12 MIP:

East: 

£18

£20

£15

£17

£10

£12

£1

£1

West:

£22

£24

£20

£22

£14

£16

£1

£1

North:

£22

£24

£20

£22

£14

£16

£1

£1

South (Away):

£22

£24

£20

£22

£14

£16

£1

£1

Key: OIA = 'Online/In-Advance'. MIP = 'Matchday/In-Person'. For Age Category information, click here. All tickets must be purchased before reaching the Digital Turnstiles.

When purchasing your tickets online from www.borotickets.co.uk, supporters have the following options:

  • 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.
  • E-Ticket SMS: Once paid, supporters will receive a text message (10p cost) to get a SMS text message with link to tickets sent direct to their phone.

Supporters under the age of 14 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

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Match tickets for Stevenage vs Rochdale AFC are available from www.borotickets.co.uk.

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