National League South Tue 14 November Sussex Transport Community Stadium
  • Cashman (13')
  • Pearce (78')
  • Aguiar (68')
  • Wall (30')
  • Coulson (43')
  • Wynter (45+1')
  • Miller-Rodney (83')

Both sides come into the fixture after an unexpected weekend off, following the postponement of their West Country trips.

The Rebels were due to face Weston-super-Mare on Saturday, but, after a pitch inspection on Friday afternoon, the pitch was deemed unplayable.

Last time out, the Reds ran out comfortable 3-0 winners at home to Havant & Waterlooville with goals from Kane Wills, Ollie Pearce and Danny Cashman.

It was a contest that Worthing dominated throughout and Hinshelwood was full of praise for his players after the match, “I thought it was a really good performance. Full credit to the players, they’ve gone and executed what we’ve asked”.


The Opposition

Dartford also had a trip to the West Country called off this weekend, as their clash with Truro City was postponed. Last time out, they were beaten 2-1 at home to Chelmsford City.

The Darts have had mixed fortunes of late and find themselves 15th in the league table, with six wins and four draws in 17 games.


7/11 – Chelmsford City (H) – Lost 1-2
31/10 – Weston-super-Mare (H) – Won 4-2
28/10 – Hemel Hempstead Town (A) – Lost 2-1
24/10 – Eastbourne Borough (A) – Drew 1-1
21/10 – Havant & Waterlooville (H) – Won 2-0
14/10 – Hampton & Richmond Borough (A) – Lost 4-3


Previous Meetings

The Rebels did the double over the Darts in the league last term. The most recent meeting between the sides was back in January when goals from Ollie Pearce, Davide Rodari and an own goal helped the Reds to a comfortable 3-0 home win.

In total, Worthing and Dartford have faced each other on seven occasions and both sides have an equal record: winning three, drawing once and losing three and both sides have scored eight goals in those seven matches.


Team News

It’s as you were for Worthing, with no fresh injury concerns ahead of tonight’s encounter with the Darts.


Supporter Information

Kick-off at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium is at 7.45pm, while gates open at 5.15pm.

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

Tickets are available to purchase online in advance here. Alternatively, cash and card are accepted on the gate.



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

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

This fixture is also available to stream live on National League TV for £9.50. You can purchase your match passs here –