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Buy you rtickets for tonight ’s matchMatch SponsorBALL Sponsor Interactive MATCHDAY PROGRAMMEv SOUTHEND UTD Tuesday, August 13 2019 |…
Buy you rtickets for tonight ’s matchMatch SponsorBALL Sponsor Interactive MATCHDAY PROGRAMMEv SOUTHEND UTD Tuesday, August 13 2019 | Kick-Off: 7.45pmAHEAD OF THE GAME both home and away supporters, The Broadhall Suite is your #1 stop for food and drink prior to each home match. All photos by Jim Steele unless otherwise statedWelcome to the Club’s latest fulledition Interactive Programme… Each week in the ‘Ahead of the Game’ section, we will bring you all the latest news from The Lamex Stadium…MATCHDAY TIMINGS… Club Shop/Ticket Office: Open from 12pm-8pm Broadhall Suite Bar: Open from 5:30pm-8pm (Home & Away supporters welcome) Hospitality: Open from 6pm Kids’ Zone: Closed for Tuesday evening matches Turnstiles: Open from 6.30pmTICKET INFO… Tickets for tonight’s match are available at the following prices: • Adults & Concessions: Seated £20, Terrace £15 • U18s: Seated £12, Terrace £8 • U12s: Seated £8, Terrace £5 Supporters can purchase their tickets online or via the Ticket Office but please note, all home supporters will no longer be able to pay by either cash or card direct from the turnstiles. All tickets (Paper or via Phone) must be ready to scan at the Digital Turnstiles upon entry.Click here for further ticket informationPIE & PINT FOR JUST £5 Make sure you stop by the Broadhall Suite this evening where the Club is holding its “Pie & Pint” offer for just £5. Open from 5:30pm and welcoming Stevenage FC v Southend UtdSEASON TICKET OFFER The Club is pleased to inform all supporters who attended last Saturday’s home match against Exeter City that they can now receive a discount on their prospective 2019/20 Season Ticket purchase, to the value of their Match Ticket. The Club is offering all supporters who purchased a Match Ticket for Stevenage vs Exeter City on Saturday 10th August 2019, a full refund upon purchasing a 2019/20 Season Ticket, if purchased by 7pm on Tuesday 20th August 2019, ahead of Stevenage’s second home league match of the season vs Bradford City. Please note that this offer can only be redeemed in the Club Shop and proof of ticket purchase for Stevenage vs Exeter City on Saturday 10th August 2019 will be required. | 3I don’t want a job I want to work for O2 Reason No.Kick off your career with us At O2 we have all kinds of career routes. Whether you are looking for the next company you want to work for, the next step in your career or want to change direction completely, we have opportunities that will take you to exciting new places. If you are passionate, driven and always want to do the right thing for customers then we want to hear from you.Take a look at our job opportunities. GAFFERCLICK HEREDINO MAAMRIAfor info on how to sponsor this pageGood evening and a warm welcome everyone to The Lamex Stadium for this evening’s Carabao Cup tie against League One Southend United. We were devastated with the late goal we conceded on Saturday in a close game that was looking like a nil-nil written all over it. We started the first half nicely, bright and on the front foot. Their goalkeeper made an excellent save after three minutes to deny Paul Taylor scoring on his debut and to be fair to Exeter, they had the experience required in their team to ride the storm and end up winning a game they had no right to win. They sensed the right moment to score the winner and we didn’t. That’s a moment of learning for us - good teams nick points without necessarily playing well. We got together over the weekend and we took many positives from the performance overall, which was a huge step forward from our first game at Salford. Although we clearly didn’t do enough to win, we certainly didn’t deserve to lose it. That happens in football and we will definitely win points we don’t deserve at points throughout the season – every team does. We were also pleased with the performance of our four home debutants on Saturday. Noor showed his qualities on the ball to make things happen. Soares fought for every first and second ball and kept it simple in possession. Stokesy defended well against a tricky winger and was effective going forward whilst Paul Taylor was the best player on the pitch. I am sure he is going to be a fan’s favourite with the Boro supporters. These boys are still not at a good level Stevenage FC v Southend Utdphysically but once they get fit and gel with the rest of the team, I am sure we will be a force going forward. It is a great chance to bounce back tonight with a performance and a result. Cup success is a fundamental part of our history and we will be going all out to win. Expect us to start fast and fiery with a competitive edge throughout the team. Keep up your support, together let’s post a phenomenal win. Love the game, | 5Using digital to speak directly to your customersTel: 07539 782979 Email: CHAIRMANSPONSORED BYPHIL WALLACEAwarm welcome to the directors, officials, players and supporters of Southend United. I hope you enjoy your stay with us and have a safe journey home. Our game on Saturday was one of those that you come away from and think ‘that wasn’t the right result’. I’m not saying that we deserved to win because one shot on target in 90 minutes is not going to win many games, but we didn’t deserve to lose in the last minutes of the game. But, what goes around comes around and I’m sure they’ll be games this season that go our way when they perhaps shouldn’t. So – onto the next one and tonight is an important game for us. We’ve not enjoyed a long cup run for a while and we’ve missed the excitement and the income that good cup runs can provide. I’m sure our opponents this evening feel the same way, so it should be a cracking game. Off the pitch we held our breath while we used our automatic turnstiles for Stevenage FC v Southend Utdthe first time on Saturday… we had some hiccups, but as people get to accept that you must buy a ticket in the ticket office if you haven’t bought before the game, then I’m sure we’ll iron out any problems and be all the better for it. Certainly the speed of entry was impressive and once the 4 new ticket windows open in the North Stand – which we hope to be in place by the next home game – fans will have more options to buy tickets for all areas. We’re also hoping the new LED screen will be in place by the end of the month. Now all the heavy lifting equipment is gone, we can start to plan that next stage of our stadium upgrade. Work under the North Stand is still frantic and we’re just getting close to fitting out toilets and a tea bar. We’re still hoping to open partially for the home game against Carlisle on 14th Sept, with the bar area opening in October. 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Become a Stevenage FC matchday mascot and receive a unique experience to create wonderful life-long memories, never to be forgotten. Packages are for children aged 4-12 years old and they all involve the following:SPOT THE DIFFERENCE Try and spot the 5 differences between these two pictures of Boro Bear.- Packed lunch for the mascot. - Seated ticket to the match for the mascot, as well as two more complimentary tickets; with the opportunity to purchase more tickets for other family members. - The mascot will receive a Stevenage FC goodie bag - The opportunity to meet Dino Maamria and the team, and visit the changing rooms to collect autographs and pictures of the players. - Warm up beside the players on the famous Lamex pitch with a Foundation coach and meet the Foundation coach at the tunnel at half time who will take you onto the pitch12 | www.stevenagefc.comANSWERS: 1: Mouth 2: Badge 3: FC 4: Ball 5: ThumbFor the 2019/2020 season, the price to be a Mascot has been frozen for the third successive year at only ÂŁ100! If you’d like to discuss a mascot package in more detail or making a booking then please contact the Foundation on 01438 223223 (Option 6) or via community@stevenagefc.comStevenage FC v Southend UtdJUNIOR BORO MEMBERSHIP PACKS You can collect and buy your Junior Boro memberships from the Foundation Offices tonight before the match... The Junior Boro membership scheme was launched last month and over 100 young supporters are already signed up. Membership for the first 200 to join costs just £5 and includes a whole host of benefits, gifts and discounts: Junior Boro members will receive a membership pack that includes a Junior Fan Passport (exclusive to Junior Boro Members this season), membership card, drawstring bag, velcro wallet, water bottle and pen • • • •Invitation to a VIP first team event Draw to be a mascot at each home 2019/20 league game 10% off all club shop merchandise Access to North Stand discount ticket pricesFull SA Membership Benefits & Discounts To become a Junior Boro Member, parents of young supporters can purchase their child’s membership online and upon completion, will be sent an application form to complete and return. Alternatively, you can purchase membership from the club shop.Stevenage FC v Southend | 13FROM THEIARCHIVESt was just five years ago that Boro entertained Watford in this League Cup clash - a historic first senior competitive meeting between these two Hertfordshire sides. Despite a number of previous encounters in Herts County Cup action the pair had never met at this level and in a close game it was a solitary Lloyd Dyer strike on 52 minutes which proved to be the difference.for info on how to sponsor this pageTuesday August 12, 2014Stevenage 0 Watford 1 CLICK BELOW TO CHECK OUT THE PROGRAMMEON THIS DAY Thursday August 13, 1981 Woolwich Trophy Stevenage 0 Hitchin 1 We have gone back in time to the very early 80s for our on this day look back - a period when the fledgling club were really finding their feet. This was the second game in the local pre-season competition which had already seen Boro lose 2-0 to Letchworth GC. There is scant information on the full team against Hitchin although we do know it included Martyn Thompson, Paul Peterson, Peter Gittings and Trevor Metcalfe and sadly Stevenage were to go down 1-0 against the old enemy. The season was the first in the UCL Premier after they had dominated all before them the previous year. This campaign was to be more of a leveller as Boro finished in 12th place for a year of consolidation. Stevenage FC v Southend UtdCLICK | 15OUR League CupHISTORYWith a place in the Football League comes the League Cup and Boro begin their 10th season in this competition with a mixed bag of results. Over the past 9 campaigns we have played 11 matches, 7 at home (the first 5 in a row) and 4 away. Here we take a brief tour of all our matches played.2010: First Round Stevenage 1 Portsmouth 2 In their opening Football League campaign Boro made their debut in the competition in a match where all the action took place in 36 first half minutes. Nadir Ciftci put the cash-strapped visitors ahead but Boro were back on terms when Darren Murphy saw a shot deflected home. Alas Pompey retook the lead when Michael Brown headed past Chris Day and there was to be no leveller.2011: First Round Stevenage 3 Peterborough 4 A last-gasp extra time penalty saw Posh through in this thriller. Boro levelled a 15th 16 | www.stevenagefc.comGreg Tansey takes a free kick against Southampton in 2012 minute strike from David Ball when Stacy Long fired in from the edge of the box. Ball scored his second of the game after the break but Michael Bostwick sent the game into extra time. Ex-Boro man George Boyd made it 3-2 but Chris Beardsley levelled for a third time, only for Lee Tomlin to hit the heartbreaking winner from the spot.2012: First Round Stevenage 3 AFC Wimbledon 1 At last a win in this competition as Stevenage triumphed at a canter. After an own goal from Pim Balkestein and a tapin from James Dunne, the Dons did pull one back from Brendan Kiernan. But Mark Roberts made it 3-1 on the break and there was to be no way back for the visitors.2012: Second Round Stevenage 1 Southampton 4 A fourth home tie in a row for Stevenage but they fell back to losing ways as they were outclassed by the Saints. Stevenage did dominate in a goalless first half but they were punished after the break when Tadanari Lee, Billy Sharp and Jason Puncheon all netted. Michael Thalassitis did pull one back for Boro but Ben Reeves finished the scoring. Stevenage FC v Southend Utd2013: First Round Stevenage 2 Ipswich 0 Five home ties in a row and another First Round success as League One Boro beat the Championship side. After a goalless first half Filipe Morais drilled home from the penalty spot and the upset was sealed with 14 minutes to go when Jordan Burrow struck.Everton 2 Stevenage 1 Remarkably it took six goes to play away in the competition and this proved to be a classic for Boro fans. After a hectic opening Boro went ahead when Luke Freeman poked home on 36 minutes but it was 1-1 at the break after Gerard Deulofeu scored. Following a battling second half Boro matched their hosts and the game went to extra-time. Marouane Fellaini, in the thick of transfer speculation about a move to Manchester United, was brought off the bench and he denied almost certain penalties when he netted the winner with just five minutes to go.2016: Second Round Stevenage 0 Stoke City 4 Potters manager Mark Hughes brought a strong side to Stevenage and the class told as the Premiership side won with a brace either side of the break. Peter Crouch and Phil Bardsley netted before the interval before Crouch stole the show in the second half with a double to complete his hat-trick. Luke Chambers and Dean Parrett at Portman Road 2015Photo by Joe Toth/BPI/ShutterstockPhoto by Back Page Images/Shutterstock2013: Second RoundChampionship side. After a goalless first half, Stevenage reached the second round for the third time courtesy of a strike on 53 minutes from Ben Kennedy.2014: First Round Stevenage 0 Watford 1 Back home again and a first ever senior clash with Hertfordshire rivals Watford. Alas it was to be the Hornets who would claim the local bragging rights in a close encounter which was settled by a Lloyd Dyer strike on 52 minutes.2015: First Round Ipswich 2 Stevenage 1 Drawn away for the first time, Stevenage were hoping for a repeat of their success over Ipswich two years previously and they made a great start when a Christophe Berra own goal on 34 minutes put them ahead. But it was to be a disappointing night for Teddy Sheringham’s men as second half goals from Josh Yorwerth and Jay Tabb proved enough.2016: First Round Ipswich 0 Stevenage 1 Amazingly Stevenage were drawn away to Ipswich yet again and under the management of Darren Sarll they made it two wins from three against the Stevena
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