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Macclesfield Town
Stadium: Moss Rose
Macclesfield Town Competitive match results1
VenueWDLFA
@Bristol Rovers:06285
@Macclesfield Town:2151013
Neutral venues:00000
Total:2771818
1Match results from the Football League, FA Cup, League Cup,
Football League Trophy and Full Members Cup.
Last updated 21:30, March 3, 2012 (UTC).


Bristol Rovers and Macclesfield Town have met sixteen times in competitive football, with the better record belonging to the Silkmen. They have won seven times to the Rovers' two.

Although founded in 1874, originally as Macclesfield, Town being added to their name in 1966, it wasn't until 1997 that they were promoted to the Football League. They had actually won the Conference two years earlier, but were denied promotion due to their ground not meeting league requirements. After winning promotion to Division Two at the end of their first season in the league they faced Rovers for the first time in a 0–0 draw a week before Christmas day 1998.

Rovers have never won at home to Macclesfield in eight attempts.

RecordsEdit

  • Last meeting: 3 March 2012 – Bristol Rovers 0–0 Macclesfield Town
  • Biggest win: 8 May 1999 – Macclesfield Town 3–4 Bristol Rovers
  • Heaviest defeat: 13 October 2001 – Bristol Rovers 0–2 Macclesfield Town
  • Highest aggregate score: 8 May 1999 – Macclesfield Town 3–4 Bristol Rovers

Players at both clubsEdit

Some of the players who have been on the books of both Bristol Rovers and Macclesfield Town are listed below.

  • Jon Beswetherick had a loan spell at Macclesfield shortly before joining Rovers in 2004
  • Mustapha Carayol was a youth team player at Macclesfield
  • Lance Cronin joined Macclesfield from Rovers in 2012
  • Michael Husbands had a brief non-contract spell at Rovers in 2005 and joined Macclesfield in 2007
  • Rickie Lambert left Macclesfield in 2002, before joining Rovers in 2006
  • Pedro Matias played for Macclesfield during the 1998–99 season before a brief spell as a Rovers player in 2004
  • Clayton McDonald had loan spells at both Macclesfield and Bristol Rovers
  • Carl Regan spent two years with Macclesfield from 2006 and signed for Rovers in 2009
  • Neil Ross was loaned to Rovers by Stockport County in 2001, who he left to sign for Macclesfield in 2003
  • Anthony Williams was loaned to both Rovers and Macclesfield by Blackburn Rovers in 1999 and 2000 respectively

Past meetingsEdit

All competitive matches between Bristol Rovers and Macclesfield Town are listed below.

DateCompetitionHomeScoreAway
18 December 1998Division TwoBristol Rovers0–0Macclesfield Town
8 May 1999Division TwoMacclesfield Town3–4Bristol Rovers
13 October 2001Division ThreeBristol Rovers0–2Macclesfield Town
16 February 2002Division ThreeMacclesfield Town2–1Bristol Rovers
8 September 2002Division ThreeMacclesfield Town2–1Bristol Rovers
22 February 2003Division ThreeBristol Rovers1–1Macclesfield Town
25 August 2003Division ThreeBristol Rovers2–2Macclesfield Town
13 January 2004Division ThreeMacclesfield Town2–1Bristol Rovers
11 December 2004League TwoBristol Rovers0–0Macclesfield Town
26 February 2005League TwoMacclesfield Town2–1Bristol Rovers
29 October 2005League TwoMacclesfield Town2–1Bristol Rovers
6 May 2006League TwoBristol Rovers2–3Macclesfield Town
21 October 2006League TwoBristol Rovers0–0Macclesfield Town
24 April 2007League TwoMacclesfield Town0–1Bristol Rovers
20 August 2011League TwoMacclesfield Town0–0Bristol Rovers
3 March 2012League TwoBristol Rovers0–0Macclesfield Town

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