FC United of Manchester Vanarama Logo FC United of Manchester Vanarama Logo FC United of Manchester Vanarama Logo

FC United of ManchesterSmaller TextLarger Text

Football

York Street

Ground Address: York Street, Boston, Lincs, PE21 6JN

Ground Capacity: 6,643


Has the first team played there before?

Date Competition Opposition H / A Result Attendance
15:00 Sat 10 Jan 2009UniBond PremierBoston UnitedA0-1W1,625
15:00 Sat 17 Apr 2010UniBond PremierBoston UnitedA4-1L2,533
15:00 Sat 31 Oct 2015National League NorthBoston UnitedA3-1L1,789
15:00 Sat 3 Sep 2016National League NorthBoston UnitedA2-3W1,424
15:00 Sat 17 Mar 2018National League NorthBoston UnitedA 

What's the ground like?


Getting to the ground by public transport

The nearest railway station is Boston (less than one mile from ground). After getting off the train, head down Station Street towards the Stump (the large church tower which dominates the skyline for miles around). At the end is a Police Station. Go through the car park and nip round the right side of the Police Station, then head over the footbridge over the river. On reaching the other side, turn right up an alleyway (Church Lane) towards the Market Place. Keep going straight on, past the Britannia Inn (a Batemans pub), across a pelican crossing and keep going. Veer right down South Street and cross the road. Look out for a small road to the left called Spain Lane. Head down Spain Lane past the Blackfriars Arts Centre until you come to John Adams Way dual carriageway and there is a staggered pelican crossing to get you across. The ground is in front of you down Spayne Road.


Getting to the ground by car

A1 to A17 Sleaford to Boston, over rail crossing, bear right at Eagle pub to lights over Haven Bridge, straight-on along John Adams Way (dual carriageway), turn right at traffic lights into Main Ridge, then right again into York Street. Away supporters travelling by car are advised to use the NCP car park off John Adams Way (after crossing the river take the first exit left off John Adams Way into the car park).


Good Beer Guide Pubs