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Middlesbrough Football Club are an English Premier Football Club, founded in 1876 by the Middlesbrough Cricket team in order for them to stay fit during the winter months. They play all their home matches at the Riverside Stadium which has a capacity of 35,100. Middlesbrough are also founding members of the Premier league which was formed in 1992. The club had severe financial issues in 1986 which nearly folded the club but a consortium led by current chairman Steve Gibson saved the club. Middlesbrough FC have only won the League cup back in 2004, it's their first and only piece of silverware. They are currently managed by Neil Warnock. You can purchase Middlesbrough FC tickets for all home and away matches by selecting the FC Middlesbrough ticket option.

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How to buy Middlesbrough football tickets?

Middlesbrough were one of the founding members of the Premier League in 1992 and became one of the first clubs to be relegated from it following the 1992–93 season. We fans of this team asking us How can I get Middlesbrough football tickets? We've listed the best tickets for Boro on this page. To help you answer this question we wrote down all steps below.

  1. Select the match you want to attend and click 'View Tickets'.
  2. Select the area you would like to sit within Riverside Stadium.
  3. Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
  4. Click on the green 'Buy' button.
  5. Complete the order form using your personal details.
  6. Don't forget to check all your information is correct.
  7. Click 'Make Payment'.
  8. The tickets are now yours!

Stadium information


Riverside Stadium




Middlesbrough TS3 6RS, United Kingdom


Riverside Stadium opened it's doors in 1995. Since the opening, Middlesbrough plays all their home mattch at this stadium. There are played to expand the capacity to 42,000.

Best way to travel to Riverside Stadium

After booking your Middlesbrough tickets, it's time to find out how you can get to Riverside Stadium. When making your journey to the stadium the club asks you, wherever possible, to consider travel with public transportation.

By Train

Middlesbrough Railway Station is located on Albert Road which is a 10 to 15 minutes’ walk from the Riverside Stadium. TransPennine Express and Northern Rail both operate through Middlesbrough Railway Station with direct services to and from York, Leeds and Manchester.

By Bus

Middlesbrough Bus Station is located with a 25 minute walk to the Riverside Stadium. It is served by coach services departing from and to many major cities throughout England. Buses operate from Middlesbrough town centre. There is no bus service directly to the Riverside Stadium.

By Car

The postcode for the Riverside Stadium is TS3 6RS. A sat nav will lead you to the ground. Please be aware that there will be road closures before and after the game surrounding the Riverside Stadium. If you do not have a parking permit, you are advised to use town centre parking.

Club information

Current Manager:

Neil Warnock

Current Captain:

Richie Smallwood

League Position Last Year:


Other information

Middlesbrough is a club with a big history. Recently they have played most of their seasons in the English Championship. They went from the Championship to European football and back to the Championship in a few years.

Middlesbrough main Honours & Trophies

Middlesbrough is an average team in English football. They haven't won much trophies in their club history. This is a list with the major trophies they've won.

English Championship/Second Division wins:

4 (latest: 1994/95)

Northern League wins:

3 (latest: 1896/97)

League Cup wins:

1 (2003/04)


Main Rivals


The match between Sunderland and Middlesbrough is often referred to as the Tees-Wear derby. Both clubs are separated by 2 rivers and 30 miles, located in the North East of England. The rivalry intensified in the 90's, when both clubs spent a lot of time in the top tier of English football.

Newcastle United

The Tyne-Tees Derby is also one third of the triangle rivalry in the North-East of England. With the Tyne-Wear Derby being the third part. Both these clubs had a quite successful period at the same time in the late 90's, early 00's. This period intensified the rivalry in the Tyne-Tees derby.

Minor Rivals

Leeds United

The rivalry between Middlesbrough and Leeds United is not as big as the two rivalries above. This is also more a one-sided rivalry, since Leeds United fans don't really consider Boro as a rival.

Frequently Asked Questions about Middlesbrough tickets

How much are Boro tickets?

This depends on the team they face, the importance of the match and the time of play. You can find the prices of all tickets for Boro on the top of this page.