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Borough Park - the home of Workington FC (aerial photograph  Bing Maps)
Borough Park - the home of Workington FC

A panoramic photograph of Workington's Borough Park
A panoramic photograph of Workington's Borough Park

Address : Borough Park, Workington, CA14 2DT

Nearest Railway Station : Workington

Directions : Follow the M6 to Junction 40 (Penrith) and then the A66 all the way through the Lake District to Workington. Head into the town centre and at the bottom of a small hill turn left at the traffic lights and right at the next set. Head straight down this road to the railway station and go right past the rugby ground and superstore to find Borough Park.

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Website(s) : Official Site - Wiki - Forum

An ex-Football League side, Workington, with their north-western outpost were never going to make likely league opponents for the Tigers until the bizarre decision to promote us to the Blue Square North following the playoff win in 2009.

Our first meeting at Cirencester was one of the most lacklustre displays you might ever see from a City team and the Reds made their long journey home with all three points thanks to two headed goals from set pieces, one in each half.

The return fixture at Borough Park came just after Workington had been hit by flash floods which had destroyed two bridges in the Cumbrian town, one of which was immediately behind the football ground. Having been relegated from the league in 1977 (in place of Wimbledon) the stadium looked as though it hadn't been touched since those heady days. One thing is for sure, you won't get many more scenic journey's to a City away game than you will going to Workington!

Disappointingly after holding out for eighty minutes they scored two late goals to secure victory and do the double against the Tigers who'd experimented with an overnight stay in Lancaster in preparation for getting a positive result.

The two teams met again on the opening day of the 2010/11 campaign, and provided an opportuntity for City to get one of their two longest trips out of the way early doors. Sadly the game ended in defeat again and but for Marc Richards' late consolation goal it would've been the third 0-2 reverse.

Marc Richards heads home City's consolation goal at Workington on Saturday August 14th 2010
Marc Richards heads home City's consolation goal at Workington on Saturday August 14th 2010

Date  Opposition Comp Att F-A  Scorer(s)
12/09/09  Workington   BSN    331   0-2    
23/01/10  Workington   BSN    304   0-2    
14/08/10  Workington   BSBN    523   1-2   Richards 
22/01/11  Workington   BSBN    315   2-0   MullingsEdwards 
20/08/11  Workington   BSBN    345   2-0   Edwards (2) 
03/03/12  Workington   BSBN    375   0-3   
08/12/12  Workington   BSBN    230   0-1   
02/03/13  Workington   BSBN    356   1-0   Andrew (p) 
14/09/13  Workington   SN    373   2-4   HarrisEdwards (p) 
15/04/14  Workington   SN    320   1-1   Harris 

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Page last updated : 16th April 2014

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