The fixture comes a week after the Reds were crowned division winners with a 2-0 victory over Bowers & Pitsea at the Len Salmon Stadium last Saturday:
Ollie Pearce hooked Worthing ahead three minutes before half time, before a sublime curling effort from Jasper Pattenden in the 83rd minute sealed promotion to the National League South for the 2022/23 campaign.
Meanwhile, 10th-placed Carshalton were unable to end a six-game winless streak, drawing 0-0 at home to Margate last weekend.
The two sides met in the reverse fixture at the start of January this year:
Harry Ottoway’s brace put the Robins 2-0 up on the hour mark, before Callum Kealy halved Worthing’s deficit with two minutes of normal time remaining.
Despite an array of chances in injury time for the Reds, Carshalton hung on to claim all three points and inflict Worthing with only one of two league defeats so far this calendar year.
Final two home fixtures to be all ticket
Due to expected high demand the club has taken the decision in order to manage numbers responsibly to ensure the safety of supporters and maintain an excellent customer experience.
Tickets are available now and with an increasing number already sold supporters are advised to secure theirs early to avoid disappointment.
Admission will not be available on the day and entry will not be allowed for those without a valid ticket.
Although there will be no segregation of supporters at the ground, followers of Carshalton and Brightlingsea Regent are advised to purchase “away tickets”, giving the club the opportunity to make any necessary plans for any number of travelling fans.
For anyone who can’t buy their tickets online for games, we will be opening a ticket office at the club on Wednesday 13th April from 5pm – 7pm, in the bar.
Admission prices for both matches are as follows:-
Adult — £12.00
Concessions — £8.00
13-16 year-olds — £3
6-12 year-olds — £1
Under 6 — Free
The club is on course to smash it’s record for home attendances over the course of a season, with an average of 1,270 supporters attending the 19 league games so far.
The 2,000 mark has be surpassed on two occasions for the Sussex derby matches with Bognor Regis Town and Horsham on New Years Day.
That support has played a huge part in the teams success on the pitch, losing only two home matches in the league this season, amassing 49 points from a possible 57 in front of the Woodside Road faithful.
PLEASE NOTE: When buying your online tickets you will receive two emails.
1. Purchase confirmation email
2. Email with your QR coded ticket(s) attached.
We need to scan the QR codes on the tickets at the turnstile, so in the unlikely event that you don’t find an email with a ticket attachment or you are having issues opening the attachment on your phone, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get the tickets re-emailed. Thank you.
Tickets are still available to purchase in advance online or on the day. The turnstiles will be accepting cash and card payments.
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