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Matchday Guide: Boro vs Valiants

30 November 2023

Jim Steele

Stevenage host Port Vale in the Second Round of the FA Cup – here’s everything you need to know ahead of your visit…

  • Match Tickets

Click HERE to purchase your tickets for Stevenage vs Port Vale!

We’re currently averaging our highest-ever attendance at The Lamex Stadium so far this season, so we’re encouraging supporters to purchase your tickets online & arrive early at the ground.

All tickets must be purchased before reaching the turnstiles either online or from the North Stand (Home).




Under 18*

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

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  • Club Shop

The Stevenage FC Club Shop is open from midday all the way up until kick-off at 3pm, and again for fifteen minutes after the game.

We have a wide range of Boro’ merchandise, including our 2023/24 Replica Kits, Christmas stocking fillers and our brand-new Stevenage Borough retro collection – including remakes of the 1991/92 Kings Park and the 1996/98 Sun Banks shirts.

Visit us in-store to purchase or collect match tickets for future home or away fixtures.

Click here to visit the Stevenage FC Club Shop online.


  • Ticket Office

The North Stand Ticket Office, located on Broadhall Way, opens at midday and closes thirty minutes after kick-off (3.30pm) to purchase or collect tickets for the day’s fixture.

  • Food & Drink

The 76 Lounge

Open to home & away supporters from midday until kick-off, during the game for those with a North Stand ticket and then again at full-time.

The Broadhall Suite

The Broadhall Suite is also open to both sets of supporters from midday until kick-off, with a variety of drinks to choose from as well as a hot food matchday menu.

The Broadhall Suite will be closed at full-time.

Tea Bars

Tea bars around The Lamex Stadium are card only when purchasing food and drink around the ground.

The Stevenage vs Port Vale Digital Programme will be available to view & download here around 24 hours before kick-off.

  • Parking

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.

There is no parking available at The Lamex Stadium without prior agreement.

  • Away Fans

Stevenage Football Club look forward to welcoming the travelling contingent from Port Vale to The Lamex Stadium.

Port Vale supporters can collect or purchase their tickets from the Away Ticket Office, located next to the Club Shop.

  • Sponsors

Stevenage Football Club thanks Ace Hose & Hydraulics for sponsoring this fixture.

If you would like to sponsor future fixtures, call David Hoskins on 01438 223223, email or take a look at our Commerical Opportunities for an in-depth price guide. 

  • How to Follow

There is no stream available for Saturday’s game anywhere in the world. The only way to watch the action live is from inside The Lamex Stadium with a match ticket.

  • Kids’ Zone

Located in the West Stand Car Park, the Kids' Zone at The Lamex Stadium is packed with fun & games for kids and families to enjoy from 1.15pm!

From a soccer speed cage to a gazebo full of entertaining things to see and do, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the build-up to the big game.

  • Safety

Stevenage Football Club would like to remind supporters regarding the safety and security arrangements at The Lamex Stadium. A few keys points:

  • No smoking or vaping anywhere within the stadium perimeter.
  • Glass, cans, flasks and umbrellas are prohibited - a full list of prohibited items can be found here.
  • Anti-social or disorderly behaviour of any sort will not be tolerated. 
  • Entering the field of play is a criminal offence.

Should any supporter require dispensation to bring in a prohibited item into the stadium, please contact in advance of the visit and your query will be resolved.

The Club will act swiftly and to its full powers to ban and prosecute individuals who break ground regulations.

Fans can anonymously message the Matchday Control Room direct on 07935 577897 to report any signs of abuse, anti-social behaviour, foul/abusive language or discrimination within the stadium, or email in confidence. 

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 1-1 Port Vale

2 December 2023

Stevenage go into the hat for the third round of the FA Cup after being held to a draw at The Lamex...

A place in the third-round of the FA Cup was up for grabs as Stevenage welcomed Port Vale to The Lamex Stadium for the second time this season. It was the 4-3 win over Tranmere in the first round, courtesy of a 100th minute Jamie Reid winner, that set up the tie.

Two changes were made from the midweek clash with Peterborough United as Alex MacDonald and Elliott List returned to the starting eleven, in place of Nathan Thompson and Kane Hemmings.

It was a flat back four of Luther James-Wildin, Terence Vancooten, Carl Piergianni and Dan Butler to begin with, in front of Taye Ashby-Hammond between the sticks.

Finley Burns sat just in front of the defence, with Alex MacDonald and Ben Thompson in support. Jordan Roberts had the licence to float behind the strike partnership of Jamie Reid and Elliott List.

Boro came close to an early opener after five minutes as Jamie Reid won back possession high up the pitch. The number nineteen played in Jordan Roberts whose weak-footed effort inside the area was deflected out for a corner.

The opening twenty-five minutes saw little action in either 18-yard box, as the sides looked to play their football and find an opening. There was a brief stoppage in play before the half-hour mark as the visitors were forced into an early attacking change.

Temperatures were reaching below freezing as a thick fog rolled over The Lamex, with the score line still goalless after thirty.

Boro pushed forward as they looked to break the deadlock shortly before half time as Jamie Reid found Elliott List running down the right-hand side. List looked up before playing a low ball into the box, but Connor Ripley was able to collect.

By the start of the second half, the fog had grown even thicker, but Stevenage had an important task on their hands if they wished to reach round three.

Boro looked lively in the opening stages of the half, with Alex MacDonald running through on goal before seeing his effort deflect out for a corner.

On the hour mark, the gaffer made a triple change as Aaron Pressley, Harvey White and Harrison Neal were introduced in place of Elliott List, Alex MacDonald and Finley Burns.

With over twenty of the ninety to go, Stevenage deservedly broke the deadlock. It was substitute Harvey White’s delightful through ball that found Jamie Reid one on one with the goalkeeper, and there was only going to be one winner as the striker scored his sixteenth goal of the season in all competitions.

Just five minutes later though, Port Vale were awarded a penalty as the referee Uche Ikpeazu was brought down in the box. It was Funso Ojo to step up and convert to grab the equaliser.

Under ten remained as a fourth Boro change was made, with Nick Freeman replacing Ben Thompson in midfield.

The game very much grew in intensity over the final ten minutes as Stevenage searched for a late winner to prevent a replay in Burslem. Luther James-Wildin took aim from twenty-five yards, but Connor Ripley held on.

The visitors had the ball in the back of the net late on, but the linesman’s flag was raised to deny it. The fourth official then indicated six minutes of added time.

Despite Boro’s best efforts, the side were held to a draw, meaning a replay will take place at Port Vale.

Attention now returns to League One action with a trip to Burton Albion coming up next Saturday.

Attendance: 2491 including 553 away.

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