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Away Days: Crawley Town vs Stevenage FC

4 February 2022

Stevenage Football Club make the 84-mile trip south to West Sussex for a Sky Bet League Two clash with Crawley Town on Saturday…

Paul Tisdale’s men aim to get back to winning ways this weekend with victory over John Yems’ Crawley Town. Boro’s opponents come into this fixture off the back of a 1-1 draw on Tuesday away to Swindon Town, after a 2-1 win against Bradford three days prior. Stevenage’s five game unbeaten run came to an end earlier in the week as Tranmere’s second half goal was the difference maker.Image 10-09-2021 at 15.58.jpg

Founded in 1896, Crawley were founding members of the West Sussex League but disbanded in 1935. The Red Devils were then re-established three years later and became a semi-professional club in 1962. They spent the next few decades in the Southern League before earning promotion to The Conference in 2004. Crawley won the title in 2011 and therefore gained promotion to the Football League for the first time in history. The next year The Reds were promoted to League One but spent just three seasons in the third tier.

John Yems’ side find themselves 13th in Sky Bet League Two, five points above Boro. Crawley have had a mixed bag of results this season, winning ten league games, losing eleven and drawing six. Despite having a lacklustre record at home this campaign with just four wins in twelve, The Reds currently hold the fourth best away record in the League. Their current top scorer is Kwesi Appiah with eight goals in all competitions.


Stevenage and Crawley are two sides extremely familiar with each other, having faced off thirty-two times in the past. Stevenage hold a 50%-win rate against The Red Devils, coming out on top sixteen times. The first clash between the sides was back in 1988 as Crawley won 1-0. In 2004, the sides would meet in the Conference where they’d face off a couple of times per season for the next six years.

Then, Crawley followed in the footsteps of Stevenage, earning back-to-back promotions a year after Boro. The clubs have now met in The Football League more times than in non-league. This season’s reverse fixture was originally

scheduled for a boxing day clash but was moved to the 18th of January. Boro won 2-1 at The Lamex through goals from recent stand-out stars, Luke Norris and Jake Taylor.

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Crawley Town have played their home games at The People’s Pension Stadium since the late nineties. The stadium holds a capacity of 6,134 and reached a record attendance of 5,880 when Crawley hosted Reading in the FA Cup. Away fans are typically allocated the North Stand which is a small, roofed terrace which curves around the corner to join up with the West Stand.


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iFollow offers an Audio Match Pass for £2.50 for supporters who cannot attend The People’s Pension Stadium but still wish to follow the action.

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 2-1 Crawley Town

18 January 2022

Jim Steele

Stevenage Football Club continue a good run of form as Luke Norris and Jake Taylor contribute to an exciting victory at The Lamex against Crawley Town…

Paul Tisdale’s men looked to go three games unbeaten after a win and a draw against Walsall and Sutton United respectively at The Lamex in the ten days. His side consisted of four changes as Bruno Andrade, Luke O’Neill, Ed Upson and debutant Zain Westbrooke all made the starting XI.

It was Stevenage who got the early chances of the game as Ed Upson released a powerful effort over the bar before minutes later Bruno Andrade forced Glenn Morris to get down and save.

After ten minutes Crawley found more of the ball as they attempted to break the deadlock. Ashley Nadesan picked up the ball after driving forward before playing in Tom Nicholls who fired just wide.

Five minutes later, it was Boro’s turn to get a chance on goal as an inviting cross from a corner fell out the hands of Morris and into the path of Terence Vancooten who blasted over from six yards.

An end-to-end opening twenty-five minutes continued as The Red Devils applied the pressure. Ashley Nadesan powered through but was soon shut down by Scott Cuthbert who produced a last-ditch challenge.

Boro grabbed the first goal of the game just before the half-hour mark. Debutant attacking midfielder Zain Westbrook delivered the perfect cross to Bruno Andrade who flicked it onto Jake Taylor, allowing him to nod home and put the hosts in front.

Tisdale’s side almost doubled their lead just two minutes later as Ed Upson played the ball over to Ben Coker whose headed effort was denied on the line. In addition, there were huge penalty shouts from the Boro faithful in that moment, but nothing was given.

Just before the half-time whistle, Crawley managed to find an equaliser as Tom Nicholls picked up the ball before smashing it into the top right corner past Christy Pym to level the scoring.

The second half began with Crawley on the front foot as, a few minutes into the half, the ball fell to Nick Tsaroulla who fired into the side netting to the relief of Stevenage.

On the hour mark, Tisdale introduced his first substitutions as Luke Norris and Luther James-Wildin replaced Luke Prosser and Luke O’Neill respectively. A couple of minutes later, Jake Taylor fired from just outside the box with his effort flying just inches over the bar.

Boro continued to increase the tempo as they once again came close to taking the lead for a second time. Luke Norris blasted his shot at Glenn Morris from close range, but the keeper did well to deny.

The Boro offence did not stop there as substitute Luke Norris put Stevenage in front for the second time. Jake Taylor crossed it into the striker after beating his man, leaving Norris the simple task of nodding home.

Stevenage had just shy of twenty minutes to hold onto their lead as every man in a Boro shirt looked determined to defend. Terence Vancooten pulled off a perfectly timed block to keep the score in Boro’s favour.

Jake Taylor received a standing ovation with eight minutes to go after his performance as he was replaced by Chris Lines in midfield in an attempt to see the game out.

With just five minutes remaining, Stevenage looked like they could grab a third as Luke Norris, through on goal, attempted to loft the ball over the keeper but Glenn Morris caught well.

The Fourth Official indicated four minutes remaining as Boro held on with everything their arsenal. Christy Pym pounced on the ball in his area to the delight of Stevenage fans as the referee blew his whistle for full time.

A performance to be proud of for everyone at Stevenage as Tisdale’s men continue their promising run of form in their quest to climb the league table. Now a long trip to Hartlepool awaits this Saturday.


Attendance today was 1942 with 210 Crawley fans.

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Crawley visit The Lamex on Tuesday night

17 January 2022

A third home game in eleven days is up next for Stevenage with the visit of Crawley Town in Sky Bet League Two...

Kicking off at 7.45pm on Tuesday 18th January 2022, John Yems' Red Devils make the trip to Hertfordshire after the original fixture on Boxing Day was rescheduled. Paul Tisdale's Boro shared the honours with Sutton United on Saturday and will be hoping to go one better with all three points this time out. 

Supporters who purchase their tickets Online or In-Advance of a match will qualify for cheaper, ‘Online/In-Advance' prices. Those purchasing in-person on the day of the match (Via the Ticket Office) will be subject to 'Matchday/In-Person' prices.

All tickets must be purchased before reaching the Digital Turnstiles either online or from the West Stand Ticket Office.

  Adult OIA: Adult MIP:  Conc OIA: Conc MIP: U18 OIA: U18 MIP: U12 OAI: U12 MIP:
East:  £18 £20 £15 £17 £10 £12 £5 £5
West: £22 £24 £20 £22 £14 £16 £8 £10
North: £22 £24 £20 £22 £14 £16 £8 £10
South (Away): £22 £24 £20 £22 £14 £16 £8


Key: OIA = 'Online/In-Advance'. MIP = 'Matchday/In-Person'. For Age Category information, click here.

Away supporters are required to purchase their tickets through their respective club.

When purchasing your tickets online from, 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.
  • Delivery: Once paid, supporters will receive their tickets in the post via Royal Mail. Please note, this option will be removed 72 hours before kick-off of the fixture.


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