National League South Play-off Semi Final Sun 28 April Sussex Transport Community Stadium
  • Pearce (24', 89')
Maidstone Utd
  • Bentley (40')

With a sell-out crowd in attendance for today’s Play-Off Semi-Final against Maidstone United, there will be additional food and drink outlets located around the ground to ensure supporters have the best possible matchday experience. Take a look at the map below for a visual guide on where to find these amenities.

We would also like to take this opportunity to remind supporters that all tickets have now sold out for today’s match which means there are no more tickets available and none will be made available for purchase on the day. If you do not have a ticket, please do not travel as you will not be permitted into the ground without one.


Match Preview

The Rebels play host to the Stones in the highly anticipated National League South Play-Off Semi-Final in front of a sell out crowd at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium this weekend.

Match Preview



12:30 – Gates open.
14:00 – Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal live at the Stand Bar.
15:00 – Kick-off.


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.
  • There are additional food and drink outlets located in the North-West, South-West and South-East corners of the ground, as well as in the front building.

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.

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 on TNT Sports which the club is taking part in.

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

The match will also be broadcast live on National League TV. You can purchase a match pass now for £9.50 here –