Monday's Playoff Final is fast approaching. For Wembley games the police designate separate pubs for each team and with it being such a busy day, we are expecting most pubs in the area to be extremely busy.
Some of the options for fans include:
- The Green Man boasts a large garden and inside space, as well as being fully prepared for Football Fans on Wembley match days.
- The Liquor Station is a trendy bar located close to Wembley Stadium and offering breakfasts from 10am.
- JJ Moons is the local Wetherspoons also located in walking distance to the ground, with all the usual Wetherspoons trappings.
- Powerleague Wembley are exclusively Boro on the day of the match and have a full bar open as well as 5-a-side pitches open for those attending the match with children.
There are some MSS Members meeting in Euston at The Euston Flyer before popping to Euston Square to catch the metropolitan line up to Wembley.
If you haven't already make sure you get your Tickets for the MSS Party the night before. They are selling fast so buy your tickets quickly!
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 13:37 | Written by James Howell |
Almost forty thousand Boro fans will be descending on London over the Bank Holiday weekend to watch the mighty Boro in the play-off final.
MSS are throwing a huge party on the night before the game. We've hired the Walkabout at Temple (map) and will be putting on a real show for 700 Boro fans. Former players, famous faces and Boro bands will be in attendance and performing live - including Teesside band Cattle & Cane!
Tuesday, 12 May 2015 13:10 | Written by James Nugent |
Boro will be looking to finish the job against Brentford this Friday and book a place at Wembley. MSS have hired the (Redcar) Beach Club at Walkabout near Temple (map) again for all Boro fans looking to watch the game. Doors open at 6pm and kick-off is 7:45pm.
The (Redcar) Beach Club holds 200 people and has 2 giant projector screens and a number of other TVs showing the game. Check out the scenes here last week,
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 13:01 | Written by James Howell |
Whether you're going to Griffin Park or just looking for somewhere to watch the big match, join MSS in London this Friday! We've hired the (Redcar) Beach Club at Walkabout near Temple (map) for all interested Boro fans
HEADING TO THE GAME?
RSVP for Friday here
Thursday, 30 April 2015 14:30 | Written by Scott Perkins |
MSS Player of the Year George Friend and MSS Young Player of the Year Patrick Bamford
Exiled Boro fans have crowed George Friend as the MSS player of the year for the 2014/15 season. The competition was fierce but a late surge of votes for the fans-favourite ensured that he prevailed as the MSS Player of the Season. Friend has proven to be invaluable to the team; making 45 appearances for Boro this season and was earlier this week named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year.
MSS Chairman James Nugent said, “George has been a near ever-present and a consistent performer this season. It is often forgotten that George had been dropped by Mark Venus and his improvement under Aitor Karanka has been remarkable. He is rock solid in defence, a real attacking threat going forward and this award is well deserved for his key role in the meanest defence in the league. It’s great to see that George has signed a new contract allowing us to see his beautiful flowing hair for years to come".
Voting for the Young Player of the Season was equally close but Boro’s goalscoring hero, Patrick Bamford will take home the trophy after Boro’s game with Brighton on Saturday. Patrick’s fine form in the second half of the season saw him net over 50% of the votes, with local hero Ben Gibson coming in a close second place. Southern-based Boro fans certainly want to see Patrick banging in the goals at the Riverside next year.
MSS Press & Publicity officer Scott Perkins said “it's easy to forget that Patrick is just 21. His movement on and off the ball oozes experience and intelligence and he’s now one of the first names I look out for on the teamsheet. Everyone at the club is desperate for him to stay with us next year- he nearly walked away with both of the MSS trophies this year”.
Player of the Season:
George Friend 27%
Patrick Bamford 19%
Grant Leadbitter 17%
Young Player of the Season:
Patrick Bamford 57%
Ben Gibson 40%
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 13:02 | Written by Dave Richardson & Phil Waugh & James Nugent |
Map of away-friendly pubs. Pubs with Sky TV shown in blue.
West London will be besieged with over six-thousand Teessiders on Saturday as Boro head to Fulham for a crucial promotion clash. Craven Cottage is well served by a number of train and tube stations and, given the huge turn-out, we have recommended a number of pubs in each area. All pubs are open to away fans and many have Sky TV for fans looking to watch the Brigton vs Watford game.
Fans are reminded that contactless credit/debit cards can now be used on London transport, removing the need for a travelcard or Oystercard. Instructions for fans travelling by car can be found at the bottom of this article
Putney Bridge Tube (Zone 2)
Putney Bridge is the nearest tube station to Craven Cottage. Fans travelling from Kings Cross should take the Westbound Piccadilly Line and change at Earls Court on to the Wimbledon-bound District Line.
The following pubs in the area are away friendly:
Hammersmith Tube (Zone 2)
Hammersmith Tube is well served by a number of tube lines and is a 20-minute walk from Craven Cottage. There are direct trains from Kings Cross on the Piccadilly Line, Circle Line and Hammersmith & City Line.
The following local pubs are away-friendly:
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