MATCH PREVIEW: Info Ahead Of Tuesday’s Away Match Vs St Ives Town

Ahead of Tuesday’s away league match versus St Ives Town (7:45 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…


£11 adults / £8 Concessions / £2 U16’s


Postcode is PE27 6DT. Proceed to the top of Westwood Road and with One Leisure and Burgess Hall straight in front of you, the club’s entrance is signposted on your right.


There is limited parking on site within the ground, but a large free public car park in front of Burgess Hall which is immediately adjacent to the ground.


We will be wearing this season’s NEW 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.

A decision has yet to be made on Goalshouter coverage for this match


To take a look at our one previous encounter against St Ives Town, click here


  • 2020/21 season (at point of expunging). 11/22. P6 W3 D1 L2.
  • 2019/20 season (at point of expunging). 20/22. P33 W6 D5 L22.
  • St Ives Town are currently 19th in the league, with 15 points from their 18 games (W4 D3 L11).
  • They have played 10 home league games, winning three, drawing one and losing six.
  • Two of those three home wins have come within their last five league matches at home, those being Redditch United (2-1) and Hitchin Town 1-0)
  • The other home win was an opening day win over Alvechurch (1-0).
  • With 30 goals conceded in their 10 home games, they have by far the league’s worst defence at home. In comparison, the next worse is Hitchin Town’s 19 in 9 (that’s 2.1 goals versus 3 goals).
  • Incidentally, they also have the league’s worst defence across all matches, with 50 conceded in 18 games. The league’s next worse are Lowestoft Town (42 in 18) and Stourbridge (35 in 17).
  • The win against Redditch was followed by defeats to Rushall Olympic (3-1, away) and, most recently, Peterborough Sports (2-7 H).
  • Ben Toseland scored all three of St Ives’ goals in those aforementioned defeats.

If you are making the trip, we thank you and salute you! You really will give us that boost, as we look to build on Saturday’s win. You are always superb on the road and we look forward to seeing you there!

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