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Stadium: The Wessex Stadium
Weymouth Competitive match results1
Venue W D L F A
@Bristol Rovers: 4 0 0 26 2
@Weymouth: 0 0 0 0 0
Neutral venues: 0 0 0 0 0
Total: 4 0 0 26 2
1Match results from the Football League, FA Cup, League Cup,
Football League Trophy and Full Members Cup.
Last updated 09:53, 19 May 2008 (CDT).

Bristol Rovers and Weymouth have met just twice in competition proper, both times in the FA Cup and both times in Bristol. In addition to these two games, the sides met in an FA Cup fourth-round qualifying match which ended 15-1 to Rovers, and is the Pirates' biggest ever win in a competitive match. The two sides met again the following season in the third qualifying round of the same competition. This time Rovers recorded a relatively modest 5-0 victory.


Listed below are the record scorelines from games between Bristol Rovers and Weymouth. Only games in national cup tournaments are included, as the two teams have never been in the same division.

  • Last meeting: 5 December 1964 - Bristol Rovers 4-1 Weymouth
  • Biggest win: 17 November 1900 - Bristol Rovers 15-1 Weymouth
  • Biggest defeat: None
  • Highest aggregate score: 17 November 1900 - Bristol Rovers 15-1 Weymouth

Previous meetings[]

Date Competition Home Score Away
17 November 1900 FA Cup Bristol Rovers 15-1 Weymouth
2 November 1901 FA Cup Bristol Rovers 5-0 Weymouth
15 December 1951 FA Cup Bristol Rovers 2-0 Weymouth
5 December 1964 FA Cup Bristol Rovers 4-1 Weymouth


The teams have also played a number of pre-season friendlies against each other, including Rovers' first warm-up game for the 2008-09 season. Rovers fielded two separate teams for the game, each playing 45 minutes, and won the match 2-1, through goals from Darryl Duffy and Joe Jacobson.

Players to represent both clubs[]

Below is an incomplete list of players who have been on the books of both Bristol Rovers and Weymouth.

In addition to these, former Weymouth goalkeeper Jason Matthews was a schoolboy player with Bristol Rovers, but was released without signing a professional contract with the club, and ex-Rovers player and manager Bobby Gould ended his managerial career at Weymouth.