All you need to know as we travel to face Maidenhead United in the National League!
Maidenhead United v Barrow
Saturday 19th April
Maidenhead’s Recent Form:
Maidenhead’s place in the National League next season was confirmed last weekend, despite a defeat away at Salford City. They have They are in 20th place with 50 points from 43 games.
Last 4 league games:
Salford City 3-0 Maidenhead United
Maidenhead United 0-1 Barnet
FC Halifax Town 0-1 Maidenhead United
Maidenhead United 2-1 Havant & Waterlooville
Barrow’s Recent Form:
The Bluebirds travel to Maidenhead looking for their 3rd away win in their last 4 away games, a win would go a long way to confirming a top half finish this season. We are in 11th place with 57 points from 43 games heading into the weekend.
Last 4 league games:
Barrow 2-3 Dover Athletic
Dagenham 0-0 Barrow
Barrow 1-2 Boreham Wood
Barrow 2-2 Harrogate Town
Last Time At Their Place:
It is forecast to be 21 degrees in Maidenhead tomorrow, but it couldn’t have been much different last time we traveled to York Road! A second half Luke James goal sent the Bluebirds fans happy on a freezing afternoon, with Barrow earning three vital points on the road.
Watch highlights of that one here:
Live match coverage will be available on BBC Radio Cumbria.
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Tickets for the game can be purchased at the turnstiles on arrival at York Road.
Admission Prices are as follows:
Concessions (Seniors Citizen/UB40/NUS Card Holders) £10
Under 16’s £5
By Car / Car Parking:
If you are travelling by car, leave the M4 at Junction 8 and take the A404(M). When you reach the end of that road, take the A4 towards Maidenhead.
Upon reaching the town centre, take the 2nd exit on the roundabout, continuing on the A4. Go straight on the first roundabout and turn right on the second. You will now be on Forlease road and the second right will take you onto York Road.
The entrance to the ground will be on your left but no parking is available at the ground itself. Pay and display car parks are available around the town centre.
Maidenhead is served by trains from London and Reading and the station is less than half a mile away from the ground.
When you leave the station, turn right and walk up to the main road at the end of the car park. Turn left and cross the road using the pedestrian crossing. Turn right into Queen Street and then right again into York Road.
The ground will be further down the road on your right.