National League South Sun 24 March Sussex Transport Community Stadium
  • Cashman (37', 79')
Bath City
  • Wilson (30')
  • Dyer (65')

The Rebels will be looking to end a run of three straight defeats when the TV cameras are in town, having lost last week at Chippenham.

Despite their dip in form, the Rebels remain in the play-off places with seven games to go in 5th place, just three points behind Braintree Town in the advantageous third spot.

Aarran Racine’s side will be boosted by the arrival of Gillingham loanee Josh Chambers. The 20-year-old made 30 appearances across all competitions for the Rebels last season and links up with the side for the run-in.

Whatever the result, it will be a history-making day for Worthing with the live TV broadcast being the first in the club’s 138-year history.


The Opposition

Fellow play-off hopefuls Bath sit two points outside the play-offs ahead of the weekend, but have a game in hand over St Albans City in 7th place.

The Romans’ form has been indifferent of late, with one win, two draws and three defeats in their last six matches. Before that, City had won five consecutive matches in January/February.

16/3 – Chelmsford City (A) – Lost 3-1
12/3 – Hemel Hempstead Town (H) – Won 2-0
9/3 – Farnborough (H) – Lost 0-2
5/3 – Maidstone United (A) – Drew 2-2
27/2 – Braintree Town (H) – Lost 1-2
24/2 – Havant & Waterlooville (A) – Drew 1-1

Meet the Opposition 


Previous Meetings

The sides have a very short history of meetings, with the first coming less in December 2022 at Twerton Park when Ollie Starkey netted a last-gasp equaliser.

In total, the sides have faced off four times, with Worthing winning two, drawing one and losing one.

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Team News

The Rebels will be without Reuben Livesey Austin (knee) and Greg Luer (groin) for the visit of the Romans after both players sustained injuries during Worthing’s home defeat to Farnborough.

Tommy Willard (hamstring) suffered a minor setback in his recovery but Aarran Racine hopes to have the forward back in training next week. While Ollie Wright (knee) will potentially be ready to return next week.


Supporter Information

Happy hour will take place for home fans and will run between 12.30pm – 2pm and 5pm – 6pm once again this weekend.

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

Please Drink Responsibly.


Admission Prices

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

Tickets can be purchased online:



Alternatively, you can purchase tickets on the day at the gate via cash or card.


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

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

And, of course, you can watch live on TNT Sports in the UK or on Discovery+ internationally.