MATCH PREVIEW: Info ahead of Monday’s visit to Evesham United

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Ahead of Monday night’s Worcestershire Senior Cup semi final at Evesham United (7:45 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…


Adults: £9, Concessions: £6, Under 16s: £2


The Spires & Hartwell Jubilee Stadium, Cheltenham Rd, Evesham WR11 2LZ

Draw after 90 minutes and outcome for the winner

In the event of this, the match will go straight to penalties. The winner will reach the final.

Kit for this match

We will be wearing our 2018/19 green away kit for this match.

Sin bins

For the Worcestershire Senior Cup, sin bins will be used if necessary. These are for dissent, whether by words or action.

A referee will signal a sin bin showing a yellow card and pointing both arms towards the touchline; the player will leave the field of play for 10 minutes. A player cannot be substituted whilst in a sin bin situation, but can be once they return to the field of play.

If the referee signals for a player to come back on, they can do so – this can be done even if the ball is still in play. If a player is still sin-binned upon the final whistle, they are permitted to take a penalty in a shootout.

Live updates

Via our Twitter (@SportingFC) and on Goalshouter. Team news, half time and full time scores will also be on our Facebook (Bromsgrove Sporting FC) and our Instagram account (rouslersofficial)

Manager’s preview

Manager Bren Kelly’s preview of the game can be read here


  • Evesham United play in the Southern League Division One South. This is Step 4 of the Non League Pyramid (Sporting play at Step 3).
  • They are 9th in that league currently (out of 20 teams).
  • They have 36 points from 25 games (W10 D6 L9), scoring 49 and conceding 48.
  • Lee Chilton is currently joint second (with two other players) in the league’s top goalscoring chart, with 15 goals (leader on 17 goals).
  • In the last round of the Worcestershire Senior Cup, Evesham United beat Redditch United 6-1 at the Jubilee Stadium on 9th December.
  • Recent league games have seen Evesham beat Mangotsfield United 5-3 and draw with Winchester City 1-1, both away from home. These two matches were preceded by a four match losing streak in the league.

Semi-final… we need you for this one. We are only one game away from a final, so we need all the support we can get in our hunt for silverware. Rouslers – lets turn out in big numbers for this one!

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