Match Preview | Maidenhead United vs York City

By Brad Saxton | Image supplied by Maidenhead United

The Minstermen are back on the road this weekend in the Vanarama National League as we set to take on Maidenhead United at York Road.  

City will travel down to Berkshire on Saturday afternoon hoping to secure another crucial three points which could help the side move further away from the relegation zone and up the National League table.

Tuesday night’s 2-0 win over Oxford City saw the Minstermen return to winning ways in the league and they’ll head down to Maidenhead full of confidence having only been defeated once in their last six games in all competitions.

This weekend’s hosts also head into Saturday’s fixture in good form, having come from behind at Ebbsfleet United to earn a 1-1 draw, which saw them extend their current unbeaten run to three games.

Maidenhead are also unbeaten in their last four home fixtures, having not lost at York Road since the 16th September.


Tickets are on general sale for this weekend’s National League fixture, which can be bought through Maidenhead’s online ticketing site by clicking here. 

City fans will be situated on a standing terrace, which is behind one of the goals at York Road. A section of seating in the main stand will also be available for City supporters.

Ticket prices for this weekend’s fixture are as follows: 

  • Adult: £20.00
  • Concession (Over 65/UB40/Student/Disabled): £15.00
  • 17-22 Years Old: £10.00
  • Under 17: £5.00

Online ticket sales end at 1:30pm. Pay on the day IS in operation, both cash and card accepted, with no price increases on the day.

Segregation is in operation, so York City supporters must enter through Bell Street.


Supporters can also pre-order a matchday programme on the ticketing page to avoid missin58g out

Getting to the Game

Stadium Postcode: SL6 1SF

Car: Leave the M4 at Junction 8 and take the A404(M). At the end of the A404(M) take the A4 (Bath Road) towards Maidenhead.

On reaching the town centre you will come to a large roundabout. Bear left (the 2nd exit) continuing on the A4. Go straight across the first roundabout and at the second turn right into Forlease Road and then second right into York Road.

Train: Maidenhead Railway Station is located less than half a mile away from York Road.

The station is served by trains from London Paddington, Oxford and Reading.  

Bus: York Pullman are not running a bus to this weekend’s fixture at Maidenhead United.

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