Ahead of Tuesday’s home league match versus Tamworth (7:45 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…
Currently, there are still a small number of tickets available to buy online. You can do so by clicking here, but be quick!
The Victoria Ground, Birmingham Rd, Bromsgrove, B61 0DR
Important information (including entry details and COVID-19 guidelines)
- Turnstiles open at 6:30pm.
- You MUST adhere to the ‘Rule of Six’ regulations. You cannot stand together, in a group, of more than six people.
- The new Government COVID-19 guidelines for bars and pubs means that a mask MUST be worn in the Rouslers Bar, when not sat a table. If you have not got a mask, you will not be admitted entry to the bar. In addition, and in accordance with the new rules, it will be sit down service only.
- DO NOT ENTER THE GROUND IF YOU ARE SHOWING SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19
- Please obey social distancing guidelines when necessary and where you can.
Matchday parking guide
For a guide outlining the places to park (and not to park!) on matchdays, click here
Kit for this match
We will be wearing this season’s red home kit for this match.
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)
Last times we met
Assistant manager Andy Mason’s preview of the game can be read here.
- Prior to the 2019/20 being expunged, Tamworth were sitting second, with 65 points from 30 games (Sporting were fourth, 57 from 32).
- Their away form in the 2019/20 league was P13 W9 D1 L3. Their last two away league matches of the 2019/20 season were 2-0 wins versus Redditch and Alvechurch. Prior to that, on the road, they lost 4-2 to Peterborough Sports and 1-0 to us.
- They won their last six league matches of the 2019/20 season and have continued that fine form into the 2020/21 season. In the league, they sit third, with 7 points from 9 (P3 W2 D1)
- A 1-1 draw at Peterborough Sports was followed by home wins versus St. Ives Town (4-2) and Barwell (2-1). Both of these wins have seen Tamworth come from behind to gain all three points.
- They have also made good progress in the Emirates FA Cup this season, having already beaten Stourbridge (3-3 after 90 mins, 4-3 on pens) and Evesham United (3-1)
Despite the crowd limits, lets do what we can to make a big impact and cheers the Rouslers on. For those who can get to the match – make your presence felt and get your ticket whilst you still can, for this massive match!