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Away Days: Lincoln City

1 March 2024

Stevenage make the 222 mile-round trip to the LNER Stadium this Saturday for a huge clash with Lincoln City…

With just twelve matches remaining in Sky Bet League One, every fixture is as vital as the next as the race for play-offs heats up. Boro sit sixth in the table, a point above Oxford United who have played one extra game.

Stevenage come into this fixture off the back of two huge wins at The Lamex Stadium in the space of four days. Firstly, it was Wycombe who came to town and suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Carl Piergianni’s left-footed strike, before Jordan Roberts scored the game’s only goal in a win over Cambridge.

This Saturday, Boro go back on their travels and will be met with a rather difficult challenge as Lincoln City look to ruin their chances of finishing in the play-off places. Earlier in the season, Stevenage overcame the Imps in a 1-0 victory at The Lamex Stadium.

The Opposition

Lincoln themselves will be coming into this game full of confidence as they look to make it ten consecutive games unbeaten in League One. From their last nine games, they have earned five wins and four draws, having not lost a game since New Years’ Day.

The Imps sit in tenth place, eight points behind Stevenage as they look for a late play-off push. Over the course of the campaign, they have been rather inconsistent, but their nine consecutive unbeaten games will give the side a boost of confidence.

On Tuesday, Lincoln hosted Shrewsbury Town at the LNER Stadium and played out an impressive 3-0 victory, with Teddy Bishop, Reeco Hackett-Fairchild and Lasse Sorensen grabbing the goals.

The Imps do not have a standout regular goal scorer, but there are multiple players in the current squad who have found the back of the net this season. Reeco Hackett-Fairchild and Lasse Sorensen sit at the top of their goalscoring charts this season, with six each to their name.

The Manager

 Michael Skubala was appointed as Head Coach back in November, with his first game as Lincoln boss being the 1-0 defeat to Stevenage at The Lamex Stadium. So far, he has guided the Imps further up the table, having lost just six of his 20 games in charge.

Before his stint with Lincoln, he spent time as Leeds United’s U21 Head Coach before briefly being appointed as Interim Manager of the first team in the Premier League.

The Stadium

Lincoln have played their home games at the LNER Stadium since it opened back in 1895. The overall capacity of the ground is 10,669, with a record attendance of 23,196 being set in 1967 as Lincoln hosted Derby County. If travelling by train, the nearest station is Lincoln Central Train Station, which is just a 15-minute walk from the ground.


Robert Madley has been appointed as Match Referee for Saturday’s game, with Andrew Aylott and Wayne Grunnill as Assistants, and Johnathon Bickerdike as Fourth Official. Madley has handed out 93 yellow cards and four reds in 19 games so far this season.

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Match Reports

Report: Lincoln City 0-0 Stevenage

2 March 2024

Honours even at Sincil Bank...

Just twelve games remained for Stevenage in their dramatic hunt for League One play-offs as they travelled to the LNER Stadium looking for a huge result on the road.

By no means was it going to be an easy task as Lincoln City went into the game nine games unbeaten, looking to join Boro in the play-off race.

The Gaffer made just one change from the big 1-0 victory over Cambridge United in midweek as Alex MacDonald came in for Kane Hemmings who dropped to the bench. Jordan Roberts played slightly more advanced to fill in for Hemmings, up top with Jamie Reid.

The rain began to pour as the teams walked out to a lively LNER Stadium, with over 500 Stevenage supporters singing loud and proud in one the corners of the ground.

The first chance of the game went in Boro’s favour as Jamie Reid’s solo run resulted in a foul on the edge of the box, as Jake Forster-Caskey stood over a free-kick from a dangerous position.

Forster-Caskey took aim on goal, but his effort crashed into the wall and Lincoln cleared their lines.

Overall, the first thirty minutes saw little action in either eighteen-yard area as both sides battled it out to try and make their mark on the game.

After 38 minutes, Stevenage came close to taking the lead as Jamie Reid latched onto a defensive mishap before attempting to lob Lukas Jensen, but it hit the shoulder of the goalkeeper and Lincoln breathed a sigh of relief.

Down the other end, it was Lincoln who had a rare attempt on goal, but Joe Taylor fired high over the crossbar after being under some pressure from the Boro back line.

That was the final real chance of the half as the sides went into the break with the score line goalless.

Stevenage were forced to withstand a little bit of Lincoln City pressure early in the second half, as they were met with a powerful effort from the edge of the box, but Carl Piergianni headed away the danger.

Boro played some stunning football just before the hour mark as they searched for an opening goal. Finley Burns lofted ball over to Jordan Roberts was touched down well as he laid it off to Jake Forster-Caskey, whose low ball into the box deflected out for a corner.

From the resulting corner, the ball fell to Alex MacDonald, who saw his effort on goal deflect wide of the mark.

Ten minutes later, Stevenage had one of their best chances of the game as Dan Butler’s dangerous free kick to the back post met the head of Carl Piergianni who headed just wide of the post.

With roughly twenty minutes remaining, the gaffer made four changes as he looked to change the game. It was Kane Hemmings, Vadaine Oliver, Harvey White and Nick Freeman being introduced in place of Jamie Reid, Jordan Roberts, Jake Forster-Caskey and Alex MacDonald.

Lincoln were on the attack with six of the ninety to go as Ted Bishop was sent through on the left-hand side of the area, but Boro’s Louis Thompson pulled off the challenge of the afternoon to keep the score line goalless.

The end of the game was rather slow in pace as the Fourth Official held up five additional minutes. Louis Thompson had a first-time effort on goal from outside the area, but his shot flew over the crossbar.

The 532 Stevenage supporters could be heard loud and clear right up until the final whistle as they looked to help their side over the line.

Little action occurred in added time as Boro worked hard to prevent any Lincoln danger. Eventually, the referee blew his final whistle to send both sides home with a point after a tightly contested battle between two strong teams.

Stevenage were able to return to Hertfordshire inside the play-off places and three points clear of Oxford United who sit directly below.

Onto Fleetwood Town at The Lamex Stadium next Saturday.

Attendance: 8,129 including 532 away supporters.

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Ticket News

Tickets & Travel: Lincoln City

29 February 2024

Match tickets are on sale for Boro’s Sky Bet League One fixture at Sincil Bank vs Lincoln City…

Kicking off at 3pm on Saturday 2nd March, Stevenage make the 222-mile round trip to take on Michael Skubala’s Imps.

*Please note, the Stevenage FC Club Shop will be closed on Friday 1st March.*

Match tickets are available online at until 4pm on Thursday 29th February and from the visitor’s ticket window at Sincil Bank on the day (card only).

  • Adult: £24
  • Concession: £19
  • Under 18: £10

Disabled supporters are charged at the full price for their age category and are entitled to bring a carer free of charge.

Any tickets not collected from the Stevenage FC Club Shop will be taken up to Lincoln for collection there.

Travel by Coach

The Stevenage FC Supporters Association coach will be departing The Lamex Stadium at 10am on the day of the game, so please ensure to arrive with time to spare in order to confirm a scheduled departure. Tickets cost £25 for SA members and £30 for non-members.

To book a seat, visit and book online.

Travel by Train

Purchase your train ticket to Lincoln City at and keep up-to-date with latest travel info by following @nationalrailenq.

For more travel information to Sincil Bank, click here.



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