Watch Swansea vs. Boro with MSS!

It’s crunch time now for Boro as we look to stay in the Premier League.

Boro face a difficult trip to resurrgent Swansea City in a relegation six pointer. The swans sit just above the drop zone with a five point lead over Steve Agnew’s men. If Boro are to remain a top flight club – three points at the Liberty Stadium are a must.

Join MSS to cheer on Middlesbrough in the first of ten cup finals.

The MSS Loyalty card will be available free of charge on the day, offering members £3 pints, drinks and mixers and 25% off food.

Please RSVP on Facebook here!

**Walkabout operates a strict ID policy so please remember to bring some proof of age. The restriction is imposed by Westminster Council.**

Teesside takes over Tottenham!

As part of a special pre-match programme, we’ve teamed up with ParmStar and One Mile End for the ultimate pre-game experience.

Date: Saturday 4th February 2017

Kick off: 5:30pm

Location: White Hart Lane, N17 0AP

One Mile End (Co-Founded by a Teessider) invites Boro’s travelling faithful to their Brewery just round the corner from White Hart Lane! They will have several bars open serving a exciting range of craft beers and more. Teesside’s very own ParmStar will also be in attendance for the perfect pre-match sustenance – the Parmo!

The Brewery is located a 10-15 walk away from White Hart Lane and will be open all afternoon.

Make sure you click attending on the Facebook Event!


Getting There

To get to the One Mile End Brewery, the easiest route is take a train from Liverpool Street to White Hart Lane. The train journey lasts around 20 minutes and the Brewery is a 15 minute walk from there.

For those coming into Kings Cross, the quickest route is the Victoria Line up to Seven Sisters and take a bus or walk (1.5miles) from there.


One Mile End Brewery

Unit 2 Compass West Industrial Estate
West Road, Tottenham
London N17 0XL


This promises to be a fantastic Teesside takeover of Tottenham and MSS will see you there!

UPDATE: MSS Boat: Charlton

The MSS boat is back and ready to set sail for Charlton.


After the success of last year’s boats, MSS has decided Boro fans deserve to arrive to Charlton in style. We have booked the Erasmus for Boro’s fixture with Charlton Athletic on Sunday 13th March.

Boarding for the boat will begin at 10:30am at Westminster Pier (details) – We advise passengers to arrive as close to 10:30am as possible – departure will be at around 11am. We will then set sail up and down the River Thames, taking in all its glorious sights and monuments, before finally docking at North Greenwich at around 1:15pm.

On board there are full bar facilities.

Charlton Athletic’s The Valley is just 2 miles away with a few pubs on the way.

Tickets for the boat are priced at £15 (Inc. fees) and are on sale now. Ticket costs go towards ensuring MSS can continue to run events like this in the future.

Tickets on sale here.

Match pack for Brentford


Boro line up yet another trip to Brentford’s Griffin Park on Tuesday 12th January – Kickoff 7:45pm. For this rare week-night game in London, MSS has everything you need to know for getting to the match.

Warning: Tickets for the match have now sold out, but keep an eye on the Middlesbrough Supporters South Facebook Group for any spares that may arise.

Getting there

Brentford is located just 30 minute train journey from Waterloo, with trains running roughly every 15 minutes also passing through Vauxhall.

Alternatively, MSS can get to Griffin Park on the Piccadilly line by alighting at South Ealing (65), Northfields (E2) or Boston Manor (E8) and take the short bus ride specified in parenthesis.

The address for Griffin Park is: Braemar Rd, Brentford, Greater London TW8 0NT.

More information on directions have been kindly provided by Brentford FC here.

Where to meet

MSS Members are looking to meet in The Globe before the match more information here, before taking the short 10 minute walk to the ground.

After the match

MSS Members looking to celebrate/commiserate the result will be meeting after the game in The Lord Nelson – details here.

Match Pack

Middlesbrough played Brentford four times last season and won each game, racking up an aggregate score of 10-1. Aitor Karanka’s men have already played Brentford this season too, running out 3-1 victors at the Riverside.

Boro’s impressive march to the title continues after dispatching Derby 2-0 and extending the shut-out to approx. 726 minutes.

After Brentford’s own play-off heartache last season, they have started the 2015/16 season brightly, despite managerial changes and losing last season’s star man Andre Gray.

Brentford find themselves in 10th place with their last loss at home coming at the hands of Hull City on Tuesday 3rd November. Under new manager Dean Smith, Brentford continue to challenge for the play-offs and have won 3 of their last 5 home games. (D1 L1.)