2 days ago

Players Back For Saturday’s Game?

Rotherham United’s next three games are all away from the New York Stadium. On Saturday the Millers travel to Buckinghamshire to take on MK Dons at the Stadium MK before going onto Portsmouth for the re-arranged League One game at Fratton Park next Tuesday. Six days later sees them in the second round of the […]
Read More
VITALFOOTBALL.CO.UK

4 days ago

Sky Blue FC to play 2020 home games at Red Bull Arena

Sky Blue FC announced on Monday that the club would play all 2020 home matches at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey. The move puts the longtime franchise closer to New York City and connected to the Big Apple via public transit, something which has long been lacking in its central New Jersey confines. […]
Read More
EQUALIZERSOCCER.COM

7 days ago

Preview – Millers v Accrington

Rotherham United welcome Accrington Stanley to the New York Stadium this weekend in a game which sees the Millers start nine places above their visitors in League One. The Millers come into this game on the back of two away wins – in the league at Gillingham and in the FA Cup at Maidenhead – […]
Read More
VITALFOOTBALL.CO.UK

8 days ago

Head-to-Head – Millers v Accrington Stanley

Rotherham United and Accrington Stanley have met fifty-four times in the League before with the Millers having won twenty-nine of those to Stanley’s sixteen. This will be just Accrington’s second visit to the New York Stadium, the first being in December 2012 in a game which saw five goals. The Millers went in front on […]
Read More
VITALFOOTBALL.CO.UK

8 days ago

Ref Watch – Millers v Stanley

Rotherham United are back at the New York Stadium this weekend when Accrington Stanley are in town and Darren Handley from Lancashire has the whistle. Born in Westhoughton Darren progressed into the West Lancashire league in 1995. By 2000 he had been promoted to the North West Counties Football League Referees List before joining the […]
Read More
VITALFOOTBALL.CO.UK

26 days ago

How Did We Come Out In The Stats

Rotherham United and Wycombe Wanderers might have played out a goalless draw yesterday but for a five minute goal for the visitors to the New York Stadium, which looked suspiciously off-side to a lot of Millers fans. The Millers had the majority of the possession percentages – fifty-eight to forty-two – but had not one […]
Read More
VITALFOOTBALL.CO.UK

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. Next
  7. >>
22