The 2015–16 season is Stevenage's second consecutive season in League Two and their 40th year in existence. Along with competing in League Two, the club will also participate in the FA Cup, League Cup and Football League Trophy. The season covers the period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.


Transfers in

Date fromPositionNationalityNameFromFeeRef.
1 July 2015CBEnglandMark HughesMorecambeFree transfer
1 July 2015CMEnglandSteven SchumacherFleetwood TownFree transfer
1 July 2015CFEnglandBrett WilliamsAldershot TownFree transfer[2]
17 July 2015CBEnglandFraser FranksLuton TownFree transfer[3]
7 August 2015CBEnglandJamie McCombeDoncaster RoversFree transfer[4]
1 September 2015CMEnglandJack JebbArsenalFree transfer[5]
22 January 2016CBEnglandLuke WilkinsonLuton TownUnknown[6]

Transfers out

Date fromPositionNationalityNameToFeeRef.
1 July 2015DFEnglandGeorge AllenFree AgentReleased[7]
1 July 2015CBEnglandJon AshtonCrawley Town Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015CFEnglandChris BeardsleyMansfield Town Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015GKEnglandSam BeasantCambridge United Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015AMEnglandAndrew BondChorley Released[7]
1 July 2015CBEnglandDarius CharlesBurton AlbionFree transfer[12]
1 July 2015CFEnglandRoarie DeaconCrawley Town Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015CBFranceBira DembéléBarnet Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015RMEnglandJoseph N'GuessanQueens Park Rangers Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015CFNigeriaFejiri OkenabirhieFree AgentReleased[7]
1 July 2015RBEnglandMichael RichensFree AgentReleased[7]
1 July 2015CMEnglandSimon WaltonCrawley Town Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015CBEnglandHarry WorleyHartlepool United Free transfer[7]
1 July 2015CFDemocratic Republic of the CongoCalvin ZolaFree AgentReleased[7]
7 August 2015CFEnglandConnor CalcuttWealdstoneFree transfer[18]
  1. Following Ashton's release he joined Crawley Town.[8]
  2. Following Beardsley's release he joined Mansfield Town.[9]
  3. Following Beasant's release he joined Cambridge United.[10]
  4. Following Bond's release he joined Chorley.[11]
  5. Following Deacon's release he joined Crawley Town.[13]
  6. Following Dembélé's release he joined Barnet.[14]
  7. Following N'Guessan's release he joined Queens Park Rangers.[15]
  8. Following Walton's release he joined Crawley Town.[16]
  9. Following Worley's release he joined Hartlepool United.[17]

Loans in

Date fromPositionNationalityNameFromDate untilRef.
7 August 2015SSEnglandTom HitchcockMilton Keynes Dons11 October 2015[4]
14 August 2015GKScotlandChris KettingsCrystal Palace12 September 2015[20]
14 August 2015LBEnglandConnor OgilvieTottenham Hotspur4 January 2016[21]
27 August 2015GKFinlandJesse JoronenFulham10 January 2016[23]
1 September 2015AMRepublic of IrelandConnor SmithWatford29 September 2015[24]
26 September 2015RWRepublic of IrelandKenny McEvoyTottenham Hotspur24 October 2015[25]
14 January 2016CMRepublic of IrelandKeith KeaneCambridge United20 February[26]
23 January 2016R/LWLithuaniaDeimantas PetraviciusNottingham Forest23 February 2016[27]
23 January 2016STRepublic of the CongoOffrande ZanzalaDerby County23 February 2016[27]
12 March 2016FWEnglandGreg LuerHull City12 April 2016[2]
  1. On 11 September 2015, Hitchcock's loan was extended until 11 October 2015.[19]
  2. On 14 September 2015, Ogilvie's loan was extened until 4 January 2016.[22]


Pre-season friendlies

On 29 May 2015, Stevenage announced three home pre-season friendlies against Nottingham Forest, Millwall and Tottenham Hotspur XI.[2] On 16 June 2015, Stevenage confirmed a XI squad will face St Neots Town.[2] Also a friendly fixture against Spanish side Sevilla B was announced.[2]

League Two

League table

16Hartlepool United46156254972−2351
17Notts County46149235483−2951
19Yeovil Town461115204359−1648
20Crawley Town46138254578−3347
Updated to match(es) played on 7 May 2016. Source:
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored


On 17 June 2015, the fixtures for the forthcoming season were announced.[2]


FA Cup

League Cup

On 16 June 2015, the first round draw was made, Stevenage were drawn away against Ipswich Town.[2]

Football League Trophy

On 5 September 2015, the second round draw was shown live on Soccer AM and drawn by Charlie Austin and Ed Skrein. Stevenage will host Dagenham & Redbridge.[2]