Woking Football Club, The Laithwaite Community Stadium, Kingfield, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9AA • 01483 772470
1893: Woking 3 Ripley 0 at Horsell Vale.
1905: Woking suffer a record 0-16 defeat at the hands of New Crusaders in the FA Cup.
1939: Woking 5 Wimbledon 3 in a friendly war-time fixture at Kingfield. 750 people paid £19 in total to watch.
1888: Addlestone 1 Woking 0
1906: Woking 6 Chertsey 1 in the West Surrey League.
1928: Woking 1 Guildford City 4, 2,955 at Kingfield for the Surrey Combination Cup Semi-Final.
1992: Dagenham and Redbridge 5 Woking 1 (Fleming) in the GM Vauxhall Conference.
1895:Guildford 0 Woking 0. This was Woking's first ever organised League match. The first club in Guildford were formed in 1877 as Guildford FC, known to everyone as the “Pinks”. They were an amateur side and played their home matches at the Woodbridge Road Sports Ground.
1993: Woking 2 Merthyr Tydfil 1, Clive Walker and Kevin Rattray.
1930: Woking 4 The Casuals 0. FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round watch by 2,000 at Kingfield.
1952: St Albans City 2 Woking 1, Geoff Hamm scores in the Isthmian League.
1931: Woking 1 Sutton United 4. The first preliminary round of the FA Cup at Kingfield in front of 2,600.
1992: Woking 0 Altricham 2, crowd of 2,060 see the Cards third home defeat out of their first four ever appearances in the Conference at Kingfield.
A huge thanks to Mark Doyle for compiling the information for this feature!