Dagenham & Redbridge Football Club DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE
Ground: Victoria Road,
Essex, RM10 7XL
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Tel: 020 8592 1549
Websites: Official
Unofficial forum
Getting there
By Car: (approx 67 miles from HW via M25 or approx 52 miles via North Circular A406).
North Circular option: Take the M40 east towards London for 13 miles. Continue on to A40 for 8.5 miles and then exit to join North Circular (A406). Stay of A406 for approx 15 miles before taking the A13 (Alfred's Way). After 2.6 miles take the first exit at the roundabout for the A1306 (Ripple Road). After 0.3 miles bear right to continue on A1306 (New Road). After 0.3 miles turn left onto B178 (Ballards Road). After 0.8 miles take the first exit at the roundabout onto A1112 (Rainham Road South). Victoria Road is on the left. Check for specific or more detailed directions.
Train: Travel to Dagenham East Underground station (District Line), 0.3 miles from the ground. Turn left out of station and walk up the Rainham Road (A1112) before turning left into Victoria Road after 0.3 miles. Best connections from High Wycombe are to arrive at Marylebone and take the Bakerloo line South to Embankment and then change to the District Line. Alternativey, walk to Baker Street and then take the Hammersmith & City line towards Barking and switch to the District Line after Aldgate East. Check 'Transport for London' for specific tube connections and notifications of Engineering Works.
The nearest main-line station is Dagenham Dock, approx 2.3 miles walking from the ground - served from London Fenchurch Street (journey time approx 20 minutes). Also Chadwell Heath, approx 2.6 miles walking from the ground - served from London Liverpool Street (journey time approx 22 minutes). Check for specific times and connections of trains.

Dagenham & Redbridge were formed in 1992 from the merger of 'Dagenham' and 'Redbridge Forest'. Redbridge Forest were formed in 1988 from an amalgamation of Walthamstow Avenue and Leytonstone/Ilford. All these clubs were former opponents of Wycombe in the Isthmian League and/or the Conference. Perhaps the most famous meeting between the 'old' Dagenham side and Wycombe was the final game of the 1974/75 season when a late goal from Keith Searle won the Isthmian League title for the Wanderers.

Wycombe v Dagenham programme 1974-75
Chairboy Connections
Players who have played for both Clubs.
Indicates profile available by clicking name.
John Akinde - Striker who spent three months on loan for Wanderers from Bristol City at the end of the 2008/9 season, scoring twice on his debut against Brentford in the 3-3 draw at Griffin Park in March 2009. Went on to score 7 times in 11 apps for Wanderers and returned briefly the following season but scored just once in 6 games during an injury and suspension hit spell. Had a brief loan spell at Brentford in February 2010 before a loan move to Bristol Rovers at the start of the 2010/11 campaign. Went on to have a loan spell with The Daggers before signing for Crawley Town in the summer of 2011 but scored just once in 40 appearances before eventually finding scoring success with Alfreton and then Barnet. Originally with Ebbsfleet before a 140,000 moved to Bristol City in September 2008.

Glyn Creaser - Wanderers Captain during the famous Martin O'Neill era at Adams Park. Originally signed for Wycombe by Jim Kelman in September 1988 after a fall-out with Barnet where he was also Club Captain. Went on to lift the FA Trophy at Wembley with Wycombe in 1991. Missed the 1993 Trophy victory through injury but returned to triumph in the 1994 Play-off Final at Wembley versus Preston North End. Move to Dagenhm in 1995 and returned to Wembley in the 1997 FA Trophy Final. Moved to his local club Bedford Town the following year before retiring from playing.

Darren Currie - Skilful midfielder who joined Wycombe in the summer of 2001 for 200,000 from Barnet. Left in the summer of 2004 and eventually joined Brighton before a 250,000 move to Ipswich Town. Also played on loan at Coventry City and Derby County before moving to Luton Town in February 2007. Moved to Chesterfield in the summer of 2008 following a despute with The Hatters. First joined The Daggers on loan in November 2009 - the move being made permanent January 2010. Left in May 2011 but eventually returned as coach during the 2012/13 season. Has the unfortunate record of being involved with Shrewsbury, Plymouth, Barnet, Wycombe, Luton and Dagenham when they were relegated.

Danny Foster - Spent five years with The Daggers, making close to 200 appearances up to including the times they promoted to the Football League in 2007. Switched to Brentford in the summer of 2009 and spent a season at Griffin Park before he was signed by Gary Waddock for the Wanderers. Made 83 First Team apps for the Wanderers before retiring from the pro game in November 2013 aged 29 due to injury.

Matt Harrold - Made four appearances for The Daggers in the Conference while on loan from Brentford during the 2004/5 season. A former Southend United trainee who was pulled out of non-League football by Brentford in the summer of 2003 to give him his start in the full-time game. Eventually moved on to Yeovil Town and then back to Southend United before signing for Wycombe on transfer deadline day in September 2008.

Stuart Lewis - Midfielder who initially joined Wanderers on loan from The Daggers in November 2010 after falling out of favour with then Dagenham boss John Still. Went on to sign a permanent deal with Wycombe in the January 2011 transfer window and by the end of the 2013/13 season had totalled 160 apps for Wanderers. Has also played for Barnet, Stevenage and Gillingham.

Matt McClure - Former Wanderers Youth Teamer who signed for The Daggers in the summer of 2015 following his release from the Wanderers. Made his senior debut for Wycombe in September 2010 aged 18 and went on to score 26 goals in 126 appearances during an injury plauged time with the Wanderers but was always capable of scoring goals - his career highlight being the 2012/13 season where he netted 11 League goals in 22 starts.

Steve McGavin - Played for Dagenham & Redbridge at the tail end of his football career between August 2001 and September 2002. Originally signed for Wycombe by Martin O'Neill for a Club record fee of 140,000 from Birmingham City in March 1995. Made 140 appearances for Wycombe, scoring 17 times before leaving in January 1999 for personal reasons. Played for Southend United, Northampton Town and then a return to Colchester United.

Sam Saunders - Midfielder who played close to 150 games for The Daggers during their rise to Football League status in 2007. Moved to Brentford in June 2009 along with teammates Danny Foster and Ben Strevens. Joined Wanderers on loan from Brentford in February 2015 on an initial one month deal. This was extended to the end of the 2014/15 campaign.

Ben Strevens - Former Daggers striker who joined Wanderers from Brentford in July 2010. Scored 12 goals in two seasons before being released. Made more than 100 appearances for The Daggers between December 2006 and May 2009, before signing for Brentford.

Keith Scott - Spent a very short spell with Dagenham & Redbridge at the start of 2003/2004 season where he failed to make a competitive appearances before being loaned to Tamworth.
Chairboys all-time record
against Dagenham & Rebridge
Tue, Feb 16 1993 GMVC H W 1-0 5,106
Tue, Feb 23 1993 BLT SF1 H W 3-1 1,901
Tue, Mar 9 1993 BLT SF2 A D 0-0 1,245
Thu, Mar 25 1993 GMVC A W 2-1 2,542
Tue, Oct 18 2005 FLT1 H W 2-1 1,094
Sat, Aug 18 2007 FL3 A D 2-2 2,280
Tue, Jan 29 2008 FL3 H L 0-1 3,974
Sat, Sep 20 2008 FL3 H W 2-1 4,132
Tue, Feb 17 2009 FL3 A W 1-0 2,242
Sat, Sep 29 2012 FL3 A L 0-3 1,618
Sat, Jan 19 2013 FL3 H W 1-0 2,365
Sat, Nov 30 2013 FL3 A L 0-2 1,618
Sat, Apr 5 2014 FL3 H W 2-0 3,103
Sat, Oct 25 2014 FL3 H D 1-1 3,316
Sat, Mar 28 2015 FL3 A W 1-0 2,362
Sat, Aug 22 2015 FL3 H D 1-1 3,343
Tue, Feb 9 2016 FL3 A W 2-1 1,446

GMVC = (GM Vauxhall) Conference
BLT = Bob Lord Trophy/Drinkwise Trophy
FL3 = Football League Division Three/'League Two'
FLT = Football League Trophy

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