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MATCH PREVIEW: Info ahead of Saturday’s visit to Stratford Town

Ahead of Saturday’s Southern League Premier Central visit to Stratford Town (3:00 KO), here is some information to prepare you for the fixture.

Pitch inspection

After heavy rain on Friday, a pitch inspection will take place at 11am on Saturday. Keep an eye on our social media channels for any news on this.

Admission

Adults: £11, Over 65s: £8, Students: £5, Under 18s: £2, Under 12s (with adult): Free

Address

Knights Lane, Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 7BZ

Notice from Stratford Town RE – travel

We have received the following from Stratford Town.

“Parts of Stratford town centre are closed off this weekend because of the annual Victorian Christmas Market. So it may be worth avoiding the town centre if possible.”

Foodbank collection

The Stratford Foodbank will be having a collection at the game; just one tin of food could make a big difference at Christmas!

Football for Everyone campaign – Make Football Everyone’s Game

This year, Bromsgrove Sporting are pleased to announce that we are supporting the FA’s ‘Football for Everyone’ campaign.

We want to show that Bromsgrove Sporting is an inclusive club, where everyone is welcome to participate and spectate.

Read more about the campaign, which takes place between 23rd November to 8th December, by clicking here

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.

Opposition

  • Stratford Town are currently 18th in the league, with 18 points from 19 games.
  • In their 11 league games at home, they have won five, drawn one and lost five. However, they have lost four of their last five games at home (Barwell 1-5, Coaville Town 1-4, Tamworth 1-3, Lowestoft Town 0-3). The win was a 4-1 success vs Hednesford Town.
  • In their last nine league games, they have only picked up four points (the Hednesford win and a 2-2 draw away at St. Ives Town on 30th November).
  • Current Sporting players Mikey Taylor, Richard Gregory and Kieren Westwood have all played for Stratford Town previously.

Your support, as always, would be massively appreciated – we need YOU for this big game, in what will undoubtedly be an absolute belter! We would love to see as many Rouslers as possible make the short trip to Stratford!

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