National League South Sat 21 October Sussex Transport Community Stadium
  • Pearce (86')
  • Worthington (8')
  • Williams (90+8')

Worthing is currently on a four-match unbeaten run with all four games being played at home.

The Rebels beat Whitehawk, Bath City and Crawley Town in cup competitions and drew with Truro City last time out in the league, having been reduced to nine men.

The Reds come into the fixture against Yeovil off the back of an impressive 6-2 win against League Two side Crawley in the Sussex Transport Senior Cup in midweek.

The feel-good factor continued at Woodside Road on Wednesday, with news that Manager Adam Hinshelwood extended his contract by three years, taking his commitment to the club until at least 2027.


The Opposition

The Glovers are on an impressive seven-game winning run and are unbeaten in eight matches across all competitions.

The run has seen them rise to the top of the league table, with seven wins, two draws and two defeats from eleven games.

Last time out, Yeovil beat National League side Southend United to qualify for the First Round Proper of the Emirates FA Cup.


14/10 – Southend United (H) – Won 2-0 (FA Cup)
7/10 – Aveley (H) – Won 3-1
30/9 – Didcot United (H) – Won 2-0 (FA Cup)
23/9 – Hampton & Richmond (A) – Won 1-2
16/9 – AFC Stoneham (H) – Won 7-1 (FA Cup)
9/9 – Eastbourne Borough (H) – Won 3-2


Previous Meetings

Boxing Day 1995 was the last time the two sides faced off. Worthing were the winners in the Isthmian League Premier Division that day, with a 3-2 win over the Glovers – The Rebels’ only win against Yeovil Town.

In total we have played Yeovil eight times, winning one and drawing one; we have scored 11 goals and conceded 29.


Team News

Liam Vincent re-joined the Rebels on loan earlier this week and featured in the emphatic win over Crawley Town. Jordan Adeyemi signed for the Reds on the same day after a successful trial period. Both players will be available for selection this weekend.

Joe Felix will miss out on the meeting with the Glovers through suspension after his red card against Truro City.


Supporter Information

Home and away supporters will be segregated for this fixture.

Happy hour at the Stand Bar will run between 12pm – 1.30pm and 5pm – 6pm once again this weekend. The Merseyside Derby between Liverpool and Everton will be shown on the screens at the Stand Bar from 12.30pm, with Chelsea v Arsenal on at 5.30pm.

Between the times noted above, all drinks on draught will be available for just £4 per pint.

Please Drink Responsibly.


With a bumper crowd expected for tomorrow’s match, we are strongly suggesting that fans purchase tickets online in advance.

Those who have pre-paid get into the ground, on average, five times quicker than those making a purchase at the time of entry.  If, for any reason, you are unable to purchase your ticket in advance, please arrive early to allow plenty of time to be pitchside ready for kick-off.

Whilst every effort will be made to enable you to access the ground as quickly as possible, using a pre-paid QR code is by far the best option – click on the link below to secure your ticket now!


Admission Prices

Adults – £16
Concessions – £12
Ages 12-16 – £6
Ages 6-12 – £3
Under 6 – Free

Group Prices

1 Adults + 1 Child (6-12) – £17
1 Adults + 2 Child (6-12) – £18
2 Adults + 2 Child (under 16) – £36

As noted above, we strongly advise supporters to purchase tickets online, in advance.


The ground is situated in the heart of a residential area and parking is severely restricted on matchdays. We ask supporters to travel together and use public transport where possible. If travelling by car please respect our neighbours by parking considerately.


How to Follow

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