They needed penalties but Tottenham Hotspur U19s beat AS Monaco in the UEFA Youth League at Stevenage’s Lamex Stadium. Read who caught the eye of Comet Sport’s Neil Metcalfe.
Tottenham Hotspur U19s are through to the quarter-final of the UEFA Youth League after a tense penalty shoot-out win over AS Monaco at Stevenage’s Lamex Stadium.
Johnny Goddard can’t see a reason why Stevenage won’t have a strong finish to their Sky Bet League Two campaign.
Who impressed Comet Sport’s Neil Metcalfe as Stevenage drew 1-1 with Luton Town at the Lamex? Find out with our player ratings.
Darren Sarll was almost lost for words after the referee’s explanation over the late Luton penalty that almost cost his Stevenage side dearly.
A breathless last five minutes saw Stevenage hold near rivals Luton Town to a 1-1 draw.
Biggleswade FC bounced back immediately from their FA Vase disappointment with a 2-0 win at Colney Heath.
The fact that St Albans City and Hemel Hempstead Town drew 2-2 yet again should not be a surprise – but how we got to the ending certainly was.
Stevenage were handed a home tie following the draw for the third round of the FA Cup.
Two sides from the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division are guaranteed to be in the fourth round of the FA Vase as four of the remaining five teams were drawn against each other.
Former Watford striker Gifton Noel-Williams has been sacked as manager of Codicote.
Stevenage will face non-league opposition in the first round of the FA Cup.
Hitchin’s stuttering start to the season will be over soon enough as coach Adam Shaw vows the best is yet to come.
Baldock’s Justine Lucas and Welwyn Garden City’s Lotte Clapp have both been included in England’s extended training squad ahead of the autumn internationals.
Hitchin Town’s quest to put the play-off heartbreak of the past two years behind them will start with one of the longest away trips of the season following the release of the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division fixtures.
A local derby is the highlight of the FA Cup extra preliminary round draw – one of many good games following the reveal of the three national football competitions.
The opening rounds of the FA Youth Cup have been drawn with plenty of interest across Hertfordshire.
Stevenage manager Darren Sarll believes his squad will impress this season despite what he called the “crazy money” being spent throughout Sky Bet League Two.
Stevenage’s summer signing spree has reached seven – and fans shouldn’t expect that to stop any time soon.
Stevenage are preparing to part company with three of their main first-team squad – but have moved quickly to replace one of them.
London Colney and Potters Bar Town will be playing their in Ryman League Division One North after the allocations for step one to four of the non-league pyramid were announced.
Stevenage skipper is looking beyond the disappointment of missing out on a play-off place – and believes the club should be looking at an automatic spot next time around.
The name Billy Kee will haunt Stevenage all summer after the Accrington Stanley striker scored twice in a 3-0 win – dashing Boro’s play-off hopes.
A three-try blast in the first 30 minutes was enough to give Stevenage Town a 36-7 win over Welwyn at Allianz Park and take the Herts Presidents’ Tankard.
Stevenage boss Darren Sarll has spoken of his delight that Tom Conlon has signed a new contract – and now wants him to kick on and realise his “terrific” potential.
Darren Sarll says that neither he nor his Stevenage team are feeling the pressure of their play-off chase and says they are gearing up for Yeovil in the same way as they would for any other game.
Confidence remains high at Stevenage and they looking up the table rather than down as they head into Saturday’s crunch game with Yeovil Town.
Stevenage Town came one kick away from ending Hackney’s unbeaten record in London North West Three but had to settle for two losing bonus points in a 38-36 home loss.
Welwyn Garden City