National League South Sat 6 April Huish Park Stadium
  • Fisher (84')
  • Pearce (15', 90+7')
  • Dolaghan (45')

The Rebels will look to build on their back-to-back wins over Easter weekend as they face a tough trip to league leaders Yeovil Town, who could clinch the National League South title on Saturday afternoon.

The Ground

Huish Park has been home to Yeovil Town since its completion in 1990. The ground has a capacity of 9,565 (of which two stands are all-seated, totalling 5,212 seats) with terraces behind each of the goals.

Both sides of the ground are similar-looking stands and are of the same height. They are both cantilevered, covered single-tiered stands that are all seated. Each stand has windshields to either side. The only difference between these stands is that the Bamford’s Main Stand has some executive boxes running across the back of it, plus the dugouts and players’ tunnel, whilst the Screwfix Community Stand has a gantry suspended from beneath its roof and a small electric scoreboard.

At one end is the medium-sized Thatcher’s Gold Stand Terrace, which is covered for home supporters and again has windshields to either side. Opposite is the Copse Road Terrace, which is usually given to away fans. This is smaller and uncovered. Perched above the rear of this stand is a large electric scoreboard.

The ground is completed with a set of four modern floodlight pylons, one in each corner of the ground.



Please note that home and away supporters will be segregated for this fixture. Worthing supporters have been allocated blocks PP, P and half of block N which are colour-coded in red in the interactive stadium map on Yeovil’s ticketing website.

Tickets are available to buy in advance via the link below. Alternatively, you can purchase tickets on the day via cash or card.

  • Adult – £14.00
  • 65+ – £12.00 (Age ID required at turnstile)
  • U21 – £10.00 (Age ID required at turnstile)
  • Armed forces – £12.00 (ID required at turnstile)
  • Under 16 – £5.00 (Age ID required at turnstile)
  • Under 12 – £3.00 (must be accompanied by a full-paying adult)



Travel & Parking

By Road: Huish Park is located on the very outskirts of Yeovil and is signposted from the A303. Leave the A303 at the Cartgate roundabout and take the A3088 towards Yeovil. Follow the road for around four miles until you reach a roundabout on the outskirts of Yeovil with the Westlands Airfield directly in front of you. Turn left at this roundabout and then continue straight on, crossing a number of roundabouts. As you pass the entrance to an Asda superstore, take the next left for the ground, which can be seen from the road.

There is a fair sized car park at the ground (located behind the away end) which costs £3. However as can be expected, it can take quite some time after the game has ended to exit. Otherwise, there is plenty of street car parking to be had on the roads leading down to the ground.

By Rail: Yeovil has two railway stations; Yeovil Junction and Pen Mill Junction. Both of these stations are located quite a distance from Huish Park, with Pen Mill Junction just under three miles away and Yeovil Junction almost five miles away. From both stations, it is advised to get a taxi to the stadium or if you arrive at Yeovil Junction, then you can catch the ‘Hopper’ minibus at the bus station in the town centre.


Ground Facilities & Away Pubs

All tea bars within the away end are cash only, so please ensure you have enough cash if you want to purchase food & drink in the ground. Should you need cash the nearest ATM is at ASDA at the bottom of Western Avenue.

There is a supporters marquee that opens two hours before kick-off and catering vans are located behind the Thatchers Gold Stand. There are a couple of pubs within about 10-15 minutes walk of the ground; ‘The Arrow’ and ‘The Airfield Tavern.’ The latter has the benefit of a handy fish and chip shop located next door called Palmers.


More Information

For more information, read the guide on –