As part of our #myBoro Season Card campaign we are searching for your favourite game watching the Boro.
And we’ve now whittled it down to eight historic fixtures, giving fans to vote for their all-time favourite.
The shortlisted matches have been grouped into two pots, with the top-voted from each to be put into a final vote:
Boro 2-1 Luton Town, Division One, 1995
The Teessiders bid farewell to Ayresome Park in fitting style with victory against The Hatters.
Boro 3-0 Chelsea, Premiership, 2006
Boro spring a surprise against Jose Mourinho’s runaway league leaders Chelsea, inflicting what was then the Portuguese’s heaviest defeat as Blues boss.
Boro 4-2 Steaua Bucharest, UEFA Cup semi-final, 2006
Steve McClaren’s side prove lightning can strike twice, Massimo Maccarone again the last-minute hero as Boro come from three goals down to beat Steaua Bucharest.
Boro 1-1 Brighton and Hove Albion, Championship, 2016
Aitor Karanka’s men end the club’s seven-year stay in the Championship, a draw against Brighton enough to seal promotion and a top flight return.
Boro 0-0 Wigan Athletic, Division Three, 1987
From the brink of liquidation at the start of the campaign, Bruce Rioch’s resurgent Boro seal a historic promotion at Ayresome Park.
Boro 2-1 Bolton Wanderers, Carling Cup final, 2004
Boro bring a 128-year wait for a major trophy to an end by beating Bolton at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
Boro 4-1 FC Basel, UEFA Cup quarter-final, 2006
Three goals down on aggregate, Boro complete the most astonishing of comebacks to seal a place in the UEFA Cup’s final four.
Boro 8-1 Manchester City, Premier League, 2008
Gareth Southgate’s Boro end the season with a bang, smashing eight past Manchester City.
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