|820 v Leatherhead, ICIS League Division Two 15.4.97|
Leatherhead are top of the table and Boro are the closest challengers. Tony Welch's last-minute goal gives Boro a 2-1 win on what is billed as 'Judgement Night', leaving Boro in a position to overtake them with their games in hand. Other results mean Leatherhead are still confirmed as promoted that evening.
|542 v Hungerford Town, ICIS League Division Two 3.5.97|
A headed hat-trick from Paul Evans gives Boro the win they need to secure the championship, having only gone to the top of the table in midweek for the first time all season.
|510 v Bedford Town, ICIS League Division Two 26.10.96|
Bedford are renowned for their away following and this match evokes memories of a rivalry from Southern League days, both clubs having been formed several years after the demise of an illustrious predecessor. Steve Portway's last-minute goal earns a 1-1 draw.
|510 v Aldershot Town, Ryman League Division One 20.12.97|
It had been hoped that Aldershot's enormous away following would mean an even higher attendance, but bad weather and Christmas shopping put paid to that. Martin Hayes is Boro's scorer in a 2-1 defeat.
|506 v Bedlington Terriers, F A Vase Fifth Round 1.2.97|
Bedlington make the trip from the north-east on the day of the game and take the lead in the second minute, but Boro are almost into the quarter-finals until the visitors equalise in the 120th minute to draw 2-2. Boro would take an early lead in the replay the following Saturday but lose 2-1.
|431 v Barking, ICIS League Division Two 7.9.96|
Many of the Barking squad had been at Collier Row the season before but left after the acrimonious merger with Romford. Few of the Boro team know a lot about it and a depleted side are blown away by the backlash, Steve Portway scoring twice on his return to the Club as Boro go down 4-2.
|427 v St Albans City, F A Cup Second Qualifying Round 3.10.98|
A third meeting in five seasons with St Albans in the F A Cup, and City are triumphant once again by 2-1, with Danny Benstock scoring for Romford.
|420 v Braintree Town, F A Vase Third Round 14.12.96|
A floodlight failure causes the game to be abandoned in extra-time with the score at 2-2, and an epic tie would go to a third game as the replay finishes 1-1 before Boro win 3-1 at Sungate.
|416 v A F C Hornchurch, Westview Essex Senior League 17.12.05|
The first ever league meeting between Romford and Hornchurch, with the Urchins now a newly-formed club after the financial meltdown of the previous Hornchurch F C. They have retained a large support and their acquisition of three Romford players in the summer adds an extra edge to this encounter which attracts Boro's biggest ever gate at Rush Green, and their highest anywhere for over seven years.
|412 v East Ham United, Essex Senior League 22.8.92|
The first ever competitive match for the Club, and the late third goal in a 3-1 win is scored by Ian Woodward, a veteran of the previous club.
The top eight attendances were all at the Sungate ground in Collier Row. Note that six of those came during the 1996-97 season when Boro, known for that season only as Collier Row & Romford, won the ICIS League Division Two championship.