Isthmian Premier Division Sat 1 January The Crucial Environmental Stadium
  • Pearce (64', 75', 85')
  • Dsane (26')

The Reds go into the new year having finished the last in the best possible way – beating arch rivals Bognor Regis Town 3-1 at Nyewood Lane:

Despite the game being postponed 24 hours and going behind through a Rocks goal from Jody Mongoy, Worthing were far from phased as they fought back with a goal from Callum Kealy and a brace from Ollie Pearce against his former club.

Meanwhile, visitors Horsham ended the year in 13th place, losing to promotion-hunting Lewes by three goals to one with a squad including former Worthing men Steve Metcalf, Harvey Sparks and Will Miles.

Recent Meetings

The two sides last met almost two years ago in the 2019-20 Sussex Senior Cup quarter final:

The Hornets found themselves 2-0 up inside the first 30 minutes, but a second half brace from Ollie Pearce and a goal from Reece Meekums in the last ten minutes completed a remarkable comeback from Worthing.

Supporter Information

All turnstiles will be open tomorrow. There will also be a separate queue for prepaid and season ticket holders from 2pm in order to prevent queuing.

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

Woodside Bar will be showing live coverage of both BT Sport and SkySports games tomorrow, before and after the match.

12.30pm: Arsenal vs Manchester City
17.30pm: Crystal Palace vs West Ham United

Ticket Information

Tickets for the game can be purchased online or on the gate.

Admission Prices 

Adults – £12

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