National League South Sat 8 October The Crucial Environmental Stadium
  • Splatt (27')
  • Saeid (62')
  • Page (90')

The fixture comes seven days after Worthing exited the FA Cup in the third qualifying round at home to Eastbourne Borough:

Lewis White curled the Reds ahead with a sublime finish in the 23rd minute, but 10 later, Shiloh Remy equalised for Boro to send the sides into the break level.

On the hour mark, Leone Gravata put the visitors ahead and subsequently into the hat for the fourth qualifying round, with Worthing unable to find a reply.

Meanwhile, Farnborough managed to progress to the final qualifying stage of the same competition last weekend, thumping Swindon Supermarine by five goals to one.

They have found league wins harder to come by so far this season and find themselves just inside the relegation zone currently having tasted victory just twice in National League South.


As they are all season in the league the Reds are unbeaten in their last six, winning three and drawing three. The last home league outing saw a thrilling come from behind win over Cheshunt which was proceeded by two draws on the road at Hemel Hemstead Town and Concord Rangers.

Farnborough arrive at the Crucial Environmental Stadium off the back of three consecutive defeats in National League South, with their single goal victory over Cheshunt at the beginning of September the only time they’ve picked up points in their last six league outings.

Worn both shirts

Former AFC Wimbledon academy forward Callum Overton played for both of tomorrow afternoon’s sides. Now with Chichester City, Overton appeared several times in Worthing’s playoff-winning season of 2015-16, before turning out for Farnborough midway through the following season.

Supporter information

Turnstiles open at 12pm
In an attempt to speed up the queues at the turnstiles, there will be a dedicated queue for Season Ticket Holders and for prepaid tickets.

We’d still advise arriving in good time!

Fanzone opens at 12pm
For the first time, our new Fanzone bar will be opening for a league game. The Fanzone Bar is situated behind the east stand terrace and will be selling draft and bottled beers, as well as soft drinks.

Stand Bar opens at 12pm
The Stand Bar will be showing Brighton and Hove Albion’s clash with Manchester City at 5:30pm after full time.

Live Music
We also have the hugely popular Band ‘Shotgun’ performing live in the Stand Bar following the our home league game vs Farnborough. Free entry and all welcome so stay and enjoy some great Live Music. More Information

Online Tickets

Tickets are still available to purchase in advance online. You can also buy tickets on the day – the turnstiles will be accepting cash and card payments.

If you have any problems purchasing your tickets online, please contact

Matchday Timings

Admission Prices

How to Follow

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