MATCH PREVIEW: Info ahead of our New Year’s Day home game vs Stourbridge

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Ahead of our New Year’s Day league match versus Stourbridge (3:00 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…


Adults: £10, Concessions: £7, 12 – 17 year olds: £5, Under 12s: free


The Victoria Ground, Birmingham Rd, Bromsgrove, B61 0DR

Soft segregation

Soft segregation will be in place for this game. For more details on this, please click here

Parking information

There will be no supporters parking at rear of ‘The Shed End’. This area will only be reserved for players and directors, with officials parking on the car park at the front of the ground.

Matchball sponsor

We are delighted to announce that our matchball sponsor for home games this season will be Falcon Contract Flooring

Find them on Twitter – @FalconFlooring and Facebook, at Falcon Contract Flooring

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)

Management preview

Assistant manager Andy Mason’s preview of the game can be read here.

Last time we met

We last faced Stourbridge on 7th September at the Victoria Ground, in the Emirates FA Cup; Stourbridge won 1-0, thanks to a 48th minute from Greg Mills, who has since joined Sporting.

Report here

Video highlights here


  • Stourbridge currently sit 11th in the league, with 31 points from 17 games.
  • In the league, away from home, they’ve won 14 points from 8 games (W4 D2 L2).
  • Saturday’s 2-1 win versus Biggleswade Town was their first away win in three matches – prior to that, they had lost 3-2 to AFC Rushden & Diamonds and drew 3-3 versus Needham Market.
  • Stourbridge have only kept one clean sheet on the road in the league this season – a 2-0 win at St. Ives Town in August.
  • They have won three of their last four matches; the Biggleswade Town win, plus 1-0 vs Redditch United and 2-1 vs Rushall Olympic. The defeat was a 3-1 loss, away to Kings Langley.
  • Sporting striker Mikey Taylor scored 4 of his 19 goals in the league this season for the Glassboys.

The start of a New Year – lets see a massive turnout for it. We need every single bit of support possible to try and make this a winning start to 2020! Your support has been simply amazing… we hope this can be continued here!

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