MATCH PREVIEW: Info Ahead Of Our New Year’s Day Away Match Vs Stratford Town

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Ahead of our away league match versus Stratford Town on New Year’s Day (1:00 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…


Adults £11.00
*Concessions – Over 65’s / Full Time Students / NHS Staff  £8.00
*Youth Ticket – 16-17 years old £5.00
*Junior Ticket – 12 – 15 years old £2.00
***Under 12’s Free

* ID required Passport, Driving Licence,
**ID required Passport, Driving Licence, Student railcard, NUS card
***With a paying adult

Cash and card are available on the turnstile.


Arden Garages Stadium, Knights Lane, Tiddington, Stratford, CV377BZ


The Pie and Pint Bar will be open from 12:00 in the Fan Zone. And the SNACK Bards is also open at 12:00 at the far end of the ground for teas, coffees, soup, Bovril, burgers, hot dogs, chips and much more.


Match day parking is charged at £2.00 per car. 

There are plenty of spaces but please arrive in good time before kick off to enter the ground.

There are also a number of allocated disabled parking spaces for Blue Badge holders. If you wish to reserve a place please email


We will be wearing this season’s green away kit for this match.


Via our Twitter (@SportingFC), Facebook (Bromsgrove Sporting FC) and Instagram (rouslersofficial).

Twitter will be more in-depth than Facebook and Instagram.


To take a look at our previous encounters versus Stratford Town, click here.


Manager Gavin Hurren’s preview of the game can be read here.


  • Stratford Town are currently 10th in the league, with 26 points from their 21 games (W8 D2 L11).
  • They have played 10 home league games, winning four, drawing one and losing five.
  • In these 10 games, they have scored 14 and conceded 16.
  • Recent home league matches have seen them draw 0-0 with Alvechurch, lose 2-1 to Lowestoft Town and beat Nuneaton Borough 4-2. The Alvechurch game, which was their most recent at home, was their first home league draw of the season.
  • Their last league success was on 11th December, a 3-1 win at AFC Rushden & Diamonds. They have since gone three games without a win – a 1-1 draw at Leiston, the Alvechurch draw and, most recently, a 1-0 defeat at league leaders Banbury United.
  • In their last five matches, they have picked up five points, scoring five and conceding five.
  • They have only scored once in their last three league matches, but did score eight in their three matches previous to those – striker Jack Storer scored four of those eight goals.

If you are making the trip, we thank you so much! You are always superb on the road and we look forward to seeing you there! Remember, please stay safe too!

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