Isthmian Premier Division Mon 18 April The Camping World Community Stadium
  • Harding (45')
  • Rodrigues (65')
  • Harris (87')
  • Golding (7')

The fixture is Worthing’s second in as many days, having brushed aside Carshalton Athletic by five goals to nil on Saturday:

The Reds found themselves 3-0 up inside the first 25 minutes thanks to goals from Reece Meekums, Luke Robinson and Pat Webber, before goals in the second half from Ollie Pearce and Robinson rounded off a perfect day for the Reds in front of a bumper-crowd of 1,745.

Meanwhile, hosts Horsham also enjoyed a victorious easter Saturday with an impressive 3-0 win away to Corinthian Casuals at King George’s Fields.

Recent meetings

The two sides met in the reverse fixture on New Years Day earlier this year:

A hat-trick of second half penalties from Pearce helped earn Worthing a 3-1 victory, despite Eddie Dsane putting the Yellows a goal up at the interval.

Supporter information


By car

Parking in the Stadium Car Park will be limited on matchdays to Players, Match Officials, Home and Visiting Club Officials and Invited Guests. There are a small number of reserved spaces for drivers displaying Blue Parking Badges which are subject to availability and must be booked through the Club office in advance.

All supporters arriving by car will be directed to the Hop Oast Park & Ride, which is located opposite the access lane to the Stadium. The Post Code is RH13 0AR. It is five minutes’ walk to the Stadium and qualified marshals will be on hand to assist you across the main road. When big attendances are expected, information will be published on additional parking arrangements nearby with a free shuttle service to the Stadium.

There is strictly NO MATCHDAY PARKING in Worthing Road, Denne Park, Salisbury Road, Horsham Golf & Fitness or the access lane to the Stadium.

By rail

Horsham Railway Station is served by frequent trains from London, Gatwick, Crawley and the South Coast. There are up to five Metrobus services an hour to the Stadium from Bus Stop L (see information above).

By bus

Metrobus run up to four services an hour on Route 98 to the Stadium from Roffey, Southwater and Horsham Railway and Bus Stations, with more extensive hourly services on Route 23 from Crawley and Worthing. Travel time from Horsham Bus Station is five minutes, costing £1.70 each-way. Subject to demand, the Stadium will be served by double-decker vehicles on matchdays.

Supporters should ask the driver for “Golf Club for Horsham FC.”

Times of suitable buses:
Route 23
Route 98

Metrobus have a network of buses throughout the town and beyond with an interchange to Hop Oast at Horsham Bus Station. For further information, visit the Metrobus website.

Pedestrians & Cyclists

The Stadium is located approximately twenty minutes’ walk from the Town Centre. However the route follows the busy Worthing Road which has only a narrow footpath with unprotected crossing points. Pedestrians are advised to travel by bus where possible.

There are cycle racks at the Stadium, with further racks adjacent to Horsham Bus Station. There are also cross-country cycle routes from Horsham and Southwater but these are unlit and suitable only for use in daylight. Once again, cyclists are advised to leave their bikes at Horsham Bus Station and complete their journeys by bus.


Tickets can be purchased online via Horsham’s website

Admission prices are £11 Adults, Students/concessions £6, under-16s £2

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