MATCH PREVIEW: Info Ahead Of Tuesday’s Home Match Vs Hednesford Town

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


  • Adults £12
  • Over 65s £9
  • 12-17 yr old £6
  • Plus… KIDS FOR A QUID! (3 – 11, with adult)

Card or cash at the turnstiles. Cash only for outdoor food outlets. Card and cash at the indoor bar.


At this game, we will have collections to help with Josh’s medical fees

Josh is recovering from a knee operation and has been unable to train or play since 10 July

He aims to be back mid November if all goes well. Please give what you can for JQ.


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


We will be wearing this season’s NEW red home kit for this match.


Via our Twitter (@SportingFC) and on Goalshouter. Also on our Facebook (Bromsgrove Sporting FC) and our Instagram account (rouslersofficial)


– To take a look at our previous encounters against Hednesford Town, click here.


Manager Bren Kelly’s preview of the game can be read here.


  • 2020/21 season (at point of expunging). 20/22. P8 W2 D1 L5.
  • 2019/20 season (at point of expunging). 14/22. P32 W14 D5 L13.
  • Hednesford Town currently have 15 points from their opening eight games (W4 D3 L1). They sit in 4th place
  • The Pitmen won their first two away league games of the season (Stourbridge 1-2 & Alvechurch 0-1). They have failed to win either of their two away league games after that (Rushall Olympic 1-1 draw & Leiston 2-1 loss).
  • They were also knocked out of the Emirates FA Cup at the First Qualifying Round stage away from home. A 1-1 draw versus Cleethorpes Town was followed by a 2-1 replay defeat in Lincolnshire. With this defeat sandwiched by the Rushall and Leiston matches, it means they are three matches on the road without a win (in all competitions).
  • Their two games prior to the Leiston defeat were home matches; a 3-2 win over Nuneaton Borough and a 1-1 draw with Barwell.
  • Former Rousler Andre Landell is Hednesford’s top scorer in the league this season, with four goals.

If you are coming to the game, get behind the lads and make the VG a fortress – your support is a massive boost and we will need it if we are to get back on the winning trail! A night under the lights at the Victoria Ground is truly special – we look forward to seeing you there!

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