The nickname of this English team is The Boro. The club colours are red and white and these are found both in the club crest and on the home jerseys, where the sleeves and shorts are red and there are subtle vertical red and white stripes on the chest and back. They are at home at the Broadhall Way stadium, which has a capacity for 7,800 people. The club was founded in the town of Stevenage in the metropolitan county of Hertfordshire. This was in 1976, under the name Stevenage Borough FC, and it was only in 2010 that the club acquired its current name.
This relatively young club currently operates in League Two, the fourth highest competition within the English league system. Among the best periods of the club's career was the beginning of this century, when the end of the 2010/11 season saw the club finish 6th in the league table and then fight for promotion to a higher competition, which they won 1-0. It is also worth mentioning the victory in the FA Trophy, a trophy for semi-professional English clubs, which was won in the 2006/07 and 2008/09 seasons.
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