Hereís a page about our beloved home - The Borough Sports Ground in Gander Green Lane. On this page youíll find information about the ground and a selection of links that will be useful for away supporters or those Uís fans planning an away trip.
The Borough Sports Ground,
Gander Green Lane,
Sutton, Surrey, SM1 2EY.
Sutton United play their home games at The Borough Sports Ground although fans more commonly refer to the ground as Gander Green Lane, the road in which it resides. The ground has a capacity of 5,013. In 1970, before ground and safety improvements, 14,000 spectators crammed into the ground for The Uís FA Cup Fourth Round Match against Leeds United. The main stand, pictured below during 2013/14's pre-season friendly with Chelsea, has 765 seats.
See aerial photographs of the ground and surrounding area at multimap.com or streetmap.co.uk.
The ground houses a number of facilities including the clubhouse, which is open everyday, and five function rooms, the largest of which, the Times Square Lounge, seats 180 and has a dance floor and stage. All these rooms are available for hire by contacting the club on 020 8644 4440.
This season, admission prices are £15 for adults, £8 for O.A.Ps and students and £3 for under 16s. Transfer to the stand is an additional £2. Programmes are £2.50. The club shop is open on every home match day and stocks a large variety of souvenirs including replica kits, metal badges and programmes. The ground has two Tea Bars, one at the end of the Main Stand and Roseís Tea Hut, which is located on the Collingwood Rec. side of the ground.
For latest news from the club, check out the official Sutton United club website, twitter or facebook pages.
By Car From M25
Those travelling clockwise should leave at Junction 8 and turn onto the A217. Stay on the A217 all the way to Sutton and, after about 8.6 miles, turn right at a set of traffic lights (The Gander Public House) into Gander Green Lane. The ground is on the left after about half a mile.
Those travelling anti-clockwise should leave at Junction 10 and turn onto the A3. At Tolworth, join the A240 (Kingston Road) by taking the right exit off a large roundabout. After about two miles turn left onto the A24 (London Road) at the Jim Thomsonís Restaurant (Formerly The Organ Inn). Follow the A24 for two miles, then turn right into Gander Green Lane shortly after passing St. Anthonyís Hospital. The ground is just under a mile away on the left.
(These routes suggested by Microsoft Autoroute 2001 - thank you)
For up-to-date travel information check out the BBC Southern Counties Travel Page.
The 413 runs from Sutton (outside the Post Office/opposite Safeways Car Park) to Gander Green Lane. In Gander Green Lane itself, this bus operates a Ďhail and rideí service which allows passengers to stop the bus where they like. The 413 will also stop for pedestrians who signal clearly to the driver.
Alternatively, the 80 runs to Collingwood Road. The ground can be accessed by a short walk through Collingwood Rec.
The closest British Rail station is West Sutton. Exit the station and turn right - the ground is on the right after about 50 yards.
For Train times click here for the National Rail journey planner. Book rail tickets online at thetrainline.com.
By London Underground
For those travelling through London on the tube, the nearest station is Morden on the Northern Line. The 413 bus runs from the station to the ground.
For Tube times and information visit the Transport for London Interactive Map.
Need A Map?
Click here to visit multimap.com or here for streetmap.co.uk. Both sites also include links to hotels, local entertainment etc.
Bucket & Spade* or Umbrella?
Want to know about the weather in Sutton before beginning your journey? Check out a five-day forecast at the BBC Weather Centre.
*For those with no geographical awareness, or the plain stupid, there are no beaches in Sutton.
Want a pint?
Celebrating or drowning your sorrows, Beerhound provides a useful guide as to where to get hammered in Sutton or other Ryman League towns.