You will also receive an official Boro Brick Certificate via post two-to-three weeks before your brick is laid.
If a certificate is required before this, please contact us direct using the details below and we will arrange for one to be sent out early.
Please note: Fifteen characters are allowed per line - this includes punctuation and any spaces between words. All messages will be centralised on the brick.
If you have any questions regarding the Boro Brick Road, please contact us on 0844 499 6789 or 0844 499 2676.
A hugely-popular feature outside the Riverside Stadium, the Boro Brick Road already features inscribed bricks dedicated to more than 7,000 supporters and more than 60 former stars and managers of the club.
It runs between the statues of Boro legends Wilf Mannion and George Hardwick outside the Riverside's main reception and represents the perfect opportunity to immortalise a loved one.
Season Card holders and Boro Pride members receive further discounts, meaning bricks are available from just £35*
Bricks can be ordered online here at
The list of Boro heroes whose names are included on the Boro Brick Road is: David Armstrong, Bob Baxter, Stephen Bell, Stuart Boam, George Camsell, Jacky Carr, Alf Common, Brian Clough, Terry Cochrane, Colin Cooper, John Craggs, Lindy Delapenha, George Elliott, Emerson, Micky Fenton, Gianluca Festa, Curtis Fleming, Uwe Fuchs, Bill Gates, Gary Hamilton, George Hardwick, John Hendrie, John Hickton, Craig Hignett, Paul Ince, Craig Johnston, Gordon Jones, Juninho, Massimo Maccarone, Willie Maddren, Wilf Mannion, David Mills, Tony Mowbray, Bobby Murdoch, Robbie Mustoe, Heine Otto, Gary Pallister, Alan Peacock, Stephen Pears, Nigel Pearson, Jim Platt, Mark Proctor, Franck Queudrue, Fabrizio Ravanelli, Stuart Ripley, Dicky Robinson, Harold Shepherdson, Mark Schwarzer, Bernie Slaven, Graeme Souness, Gareth Southgate, Frank Spraggon, Johnny Spuhler, Rolando Ugolini and Tim Williamson.
Also included are eight former Boro players who lost their lives serving their country. They are Andy Jackson, David Murphy, Henry Cook, Don McLeod, Archie Wilson, Bobby Atherton, Dick Wynn and Ralph Arran.
Every Boro manager since the mid-1960s is also included, namely Stan Anderson, Jack Charlton, John Neal, Bobby Murdoch, Malcolm Allison, Willie Maddren, Bruce Rioch, Colin Todd, Lennie Lawrence, Bryan Robson, Steve McClaren, Gareth Southgate, Gordon Strachan and Tony Mowbray. are also bricks dedicated to Chairman Steve Gibson and the late Boro coach John Pickering.
Terms and Conditions: All bricks remain the sole property of Middlesbrough Football club. The club reserves the right to refuse any application. The club agrees to keep in place and maintain the brick for a minimum of five years. The club will have complete control over the location and installation date of the paver. Any amendments to the inscription provided on the order form must be done within seven days of the receipt of the certificate; thereafter the club is no longer responsible for the inscription. Bricks may become worn or damaged owing to natural causes without liability to the club. In exceptional circumstances, the club reserves the right to move or relocate the bricks.