FA Cup First Qualifying Round Sat 4 September The Crucial Environmental Stadium
  • Diallo (14')
Corinthian Casuals
  • Cheklit (3')

The fixture succeeds a bitter-sweet bank-holiday weekend for the Reds which saw them win 2-1 away to Cray Wanderers on Saturday, followed by a 2-0 defeat on Monday by rivals Bognor Regis Town in front of 2,101 spectators.

Meanwhile, visitors Corinthian-Casuals have had a disappointing start to their campaign yet to pick up a victory so far, and most recently lost 1-0 to their fellow ground occupants Kingstonian on Monday.

Last season, the Mackerels bowed out at the same stage of the competition, losing on penalties to league-below East Grinstead after an entertaining 3-3 draw.

A shootout also denied Casuals a place in the third round, losing 3-1 on spot-kicks after a 2-2 draw with National League South side Dulwich Hamlet.

Recent Meetings

The two sides last met back in November 2019, with first-half goals from Ricky Aguiar and Reece Meekums helping Worthing to a 2-0 home win in the Isthmian Premier League.

Team News

Hinshelwood is likely to be without defender Cam Tutt who is still suffering from the collar bone injury he picked up at Cray. Joel Colbran’s quad injury will mean he continues to be absent for another week or two. News regarding Alex Parsons long term knee injury, no operation required at this stage and it will be reassessed by the specialist again in 12 weeks.

Supporter Information

Please note parking at Worthing High School is no longer available, however the limited spaces at the Queen Street car park remain in use.

With club officials expecting a large crowd please respect our neighbours when parking in the surrounding areas and see Directions to Worthing FC for more advice on visiting the ground.

To our season ticket holders, please remember cup competitions are not covered by the purchase of a season ticket.

Tickets are still available to purchase in advance online or on the day. The turnstiles will be accepting cash and card payments.

Admission is £12 for adults, £8 for concessions, £3 for 13-16 year-old, £1 for 6-12 year-old while those under 6 are free.

The rule on allowing drinks pitch-side in FA Cup fixtures has now changed, meaning you can now continue watching the game whilst enjoying the refreshments.

Last but not least, we do have a function in the bar on Saturday (4th September) evening, so we thank you for your cooperation in advance for clearing the bar by 6.15pm. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

How to Follow

If you can’t make the game you can follow the game via the club’s Twitter account, or through live commentary provided at