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Matchday Guide: Boro vs Spurs U21s

18 October 2022

Jim Steele

Boro return to The Lamex Stadium tonight to host Tottenham Hotspur Under 21s in the Papa John’s Trophy…

Kicking off at 7pm on Tuesday 18th October, Steve Evans’ men come up against the Premier League side’s academy prospects with the aim of topping Southern Group D.

Match tickets are available from or from the North Stand Ticket Office from 5pm tonight at the following prices:

All tickets must be purchased before reaching the Digital Turnstiles (open from 5pm) either online, from the North Stand Ticket Office (home supporters) or the West Stand Ticket Office (away supporters).

Please note, only the West Stand (Home) and South Stand (Away) will be open for this fixture.

For Age Category information, click here.

  • Club Shop & Ticket Office…

The Stevenage FC Club Shop is open from midday today all the way up until kick-off at 7pm.


The North Stand Ticket Office, located on Broadhall Way, opens at 5pm and closes fifteen minutes into the game (7.15pm) to purchase tickets for tonight’s game.

  • Food & Drink…

Located inside the North Stand, The 76 Lounge is open to both home and away supporters from 5pm all the way up until kick-off. Please note, The Broadhall Suite is closed for tonight's fixture.

Tea bars around The Lamex Stadium are now CARD ONLY when purchasing food and drink.

  • How to Follow…

Tonight's fixture is available for supporters in the UK and worldwide to stream live with an iFollow Video Match Pass. Click here to purchase your Match Pass for £10.

  • Kids’ Zone…

Please note, the Kids Zone will not be running for this fixture.

  • Supporters’ Association…

Supporters can enter the SFCSA Lottery for the chance to win up to £25,000 every Friday. Join from £1 per week, with 50% of each entry going to the SA.

Please note, the SA 50/50 Draw will not be running tonight.

  • Parking…

There will be extremely limited parking available at Fairlands Valley for tonight and Saturday’s home games due to the Stevenage Fun Fair taking place this week.

Supporters are encouraged to use the various affordable pay & display options in the Town Centre and other methods of public transport. Supporters are asked not to park in the nearby retail parks, on the grass verges or on residential streets.

For all relevant information, including location and prices, please click here.


Match tickets for Stevenage vs Northampton Town start at £18 Adults, £15 Concessions, £10 Under 18s and £5 Under 12s.

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 1-0 Spurs U21s

18 October 2022

Jordan Roberts' first-half goal confirms first place in Southern Group D of the Papa John's Trophy...

Boro turned their focus away from the league and onto The Papa John’s Trophy as Tottenham’s Youth made the short trip to Hertfordshire on a cool Tuesday evening. Evans made eight changes from Saturday’s clash in Gillingham as Chapman, Clark, Taylor, Norris, Campbell, Kane Smith, Read and Bostwick all returned to the starting eleven.

Stevenage had an early sight on goal within a minute as Jordan Roberts struck from the edge of the area but fired just over the bar. Evans’ side continued to push for the opener ten minutes later, this time with Danny Rose’s header flying just wide of the post.

After twenty minutes, Boro broke the deadlock. Danny Rose knocked the ball onto Max Clark on the left wing who crossed into a dangerous area, allowing Jordan Roberts to strike first time and find the back of the net.

After a rather quiet period, Stevenage came close again through Danny Rose. Arthur Read’s free kick found the striker at the back post who attempted an overhead kick but blasted wide.

With Spurs struggling to get out their own half, Kane Smith earned Boro a free-kick on the right wing. Arthur Read stepped up again and went for goal, but his effort was tipped over the bar by Tottenham stopper Josh Keeley.

The second half got underway, and Boro were now attacking towards the North Stand, looking to see out the victory.

Spurs had a clear-cut chance around the hour mark as Nile John was set through in goal. The midfielder attempted to slot it past Aaron Chapman but the goalkeeper’s large frame denied the shot and the danger was eventually cleared.

The North London youngsters then had a free kick just outside the box with Jamie Donley whipping the ball into the area, but Jordan Roberts headed away.

With fifteen to go, Boro were searching for their second goal to solidify their place at the top of Southern Group D. Luke Norris played the ball over to Arthur Read who took aim on his right foot, but his shot was blocked.

Steve Evans made his final substitutions soon after with David Amoo and Jamie Reid replacing Luke Norris and Danny Rose up top.

Under ten minutes remained and Tottenham’s Nile John received a second yellow card after a late challenge, reducing his side to ten minutes. Jordan Roberts then made way for Alex Gilbey to see out the game.

Boro then saw out a quiet four minutes of added time as the final whistle confirmed the side’s progression into the Knockout Round of the Papa Johns Trophy. Attention now turns back to Sky Bet League Two as third place Northampton Town come to The Lamex this Saturday.


Attendance: 1449 including 140 away supporters.

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Ticket News

Boro host Spurs U21s in final Papa John's Trophy group game

18 October 2022

Kids go free as Boro look to finish top of the group vs Spurs U21s in the Papa John's Trophy...

Kicking off at 7pm on Tuesday 18th October 2022, Steve Evans' men have already qualified from their group and just need to avoid defeat in ninety minutes to qualify top for a home tie in the Round of 32.

Match tickets must be purchased before reaching the turnstiles either online or from the North Stand Ticket Office (Home) or West Stand Ticket Office (Away) on the day of the game. For Age Category information, click here.

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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