National League South Sat 16 December Sussex Transport Community Stadium
  • Pearce (15', 35', 70')
  • Cashman (44')
  • Robinson (90+2')
Maidstone Utd
  • Rush (62')

Home and away supporters will be segregated for the match following discussions with local authorities in anticipation of a large crowd.

Worthing Football Club strongly advises supporters to purchase tickets in advance to avoid the matchday queues this weekend. Supporters are asked to purchase tickets from the ticket link which corresponds to them:

Home Fans:

Away Fans:

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 appropriate link above to purchase yours 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.


Match Preview

The Rebels welcome high-flying Maidstone United to the Sussex Transport Community Stadium tomorrow (Saturday 16th December) as they look to get back to winning ways in the National League South.

The league’s top-two scorers could go head-to-head as Ollie Pearce will look to leapfrog Levi Amantchi in the scoring charts. Amantchi is a fitness doubt heading into the contest though, after being stretchered off during the Stones’ FA Cup Second Round win against Barrow.

Read more here.


Match Sponsor

We look forward to welcoming match sponsor Flooring Products Direct this afternoon. The club would like to extend its thanks to them for their continued support.

Check out their website for all of your flooring needs –


Charity Partner

For today’s match against Maidstone United, we have teamed up with Worthing-based Hospice Care providers, St Barnabas House. St Barnabas House care passionately about the difference they can make, and always place patients at the heart of everything they do. Their mission is to provide dignity and comfort for adults who need their specialised, supportive care.

Find out more.

Look out for the St Barnabas House team at Saturday’s match to find out more about the charity, their Christmas appeal, and to donate whatever you can.



12:00 – Gates open. Pre-match Happy hour at the Stand Bar begins.
12:30 – Ipswich Town vs Norwich City live at the Stand Bar.
13:30 – Pre-match Happy hour at the Stand Bar Finishes.
15:00 – Kick off
17:00 – Post-match Happy Hour at the Stand Bar begins
18:00 – Stand Bar closes (function booked from 6pm)

Food & Drink

As mentioned above, today’s match against Maidstone United will be segregated. See below for more information on food and drink options for both sets of supporters.

Home Supporters

  • Access the ground via the original turnstiles on the East Side of the ground.
  • The Stand Bar and food kiosks in the South-East corner will all be available to you.

Buy Home Tickets Online

Away Supporters

  • Access the ground via the turnstiles in the North-East corner of the ground.
  • Toilet facilities and our licensed North-East Kiosk will be available to you, providing a range of food and drink options.

Buy Away Tickets Online


Travel & Parking

Worthing and West Worthing train stations are both approximately a ten minute walk to the ground. Supporters travelling by rail, please check Southern Rail’s website prior to your journey. Ensure you leave early and in plenty of time.

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.


Documentary Filming

There will be an additional camera presence at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium this afternoon as filming continues for the exclusive documentary which the club is taking part in, as announced yesterday – here

We ask all supporters and other visitors to the club to give the film crew their full support so that they may carry out their work without distraction.


Ground Regulations & Accessibility

For more general stadium information, including our accessibility guide, ground regulations and behaviour guidelines, please visit –


Can’t attend?

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