The Coasters travel to Kidderminster this Tuesday in a game which can only be described as a six pointer. Both teams need the points at this time of the season to stay up and with results not going either side’s way last weekend, points are a necessity. 

The Coasters travelled to Chesterfield last time out and were beaten 4-1 in a game where Fylde rarely tested the Chesterfield goal and looked tired in certain areas. A Danny Ormerod goal was a consolation on what was a miserable day out in Derbyshire.

However, the Coasters need to bounce back this Tuesday and gain momentum coming into the final stretch of games especially with so many of the bottom half to play, a win on Tuesday could go a long way to staying up. 

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Ticket news

Chris Beech takes his side to Aggborough for what will be Fylde’s third consecutive away game after trips to York City and Chesterfield.

The lads have been back superbly on the road through the fantastic away support, and you can cheer on Beech’s team in the Midlands against Phil Brown’s Harriers.

Fylde fans have been allocated the South Stand of the ground, with tickets available to purchase.

Tickets for matches at Aggborough must be purchased in advance of entry. There is also no facility to pay cash on the turnstile.

Matchday Price

Adult: £18

Over 65: £14

Student/YA 16-21: £12

Junior U16: £5

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Watch Live on National League TV

Those overseas and in the UK can follow tomorrow’s game on

Match passes are available to purchase for just £9.99, with the game streamed live to all territories overseas. 

Listen on Coasters Live

Jack Eckman will be behind the mic live on Coasters Live will full match commentary of our game against The Harriers live from 7.15pm. 

Follow on our socials

Those who prefer to follow the action ‘on the go’ can do so on our social media channels, with match coverage on Twitter throughout the game alongside a plethora of content on our Facebook & Instagram accounts. 

We’ll be catching up with the gaffer post-match, alongside match highlights which can be viewed on our YouTube channel over the days which will follow the full-time whistle.

The Opposition

Kidderminster have found their feet coming into the end of the season and have certainly boosted their survival hopes since Phil Brown has taken over. A team just like Fylde who seemed bound to be relegated have now only lost 2 games in the league since the 6th of January.

However, a lack of goals and killing games off seems to be Kiddy’s trouble but with the attacking prowess of ex- Coasters Ash Hemming and Gold Omatayo, Tuesday night could be a difficult one for Chris Beech’s side. 

A win for the Harriers would be massive in their battle to survive as it would push them up the table and properly drag the Coasters into a battle, Tuesday night at Aggborough will be a game to watch. 

Previous Meetings

8th October 2016

National League North

Kidderminster Harriers 3 vs 3 AFC Fylde 

Goalscorers: Kidderminster- Arthur Gnahoua (13), Elton Ngwatala (49), Keith Lowe (86)  Fylde- Danny Rowe (43) James Hardy (62,72).

Attendance- 1970


18th March 2017

National League North

AFC Fylde 2 vs 2 Kidderminster Harriers

Goalscorers- Fylde- Dan Bradley (82) Matt Blinkhorn (97) kidderminster- Ryan Croasdale (25) Keith Lowe (35).

Red Cards: Fylde- Sam Finley,  Kidderminster- Ashley Carter, Tyrell Waite

Attendance: 2359


25th September 2021

National League North

AFC Fylde 2 vs 1 Kidderminster Harriers

Goalscorers: Fylde- Nick Haughton (6) Stephen Dobbie (84) Kidderminster- Joe Foulkes (52)

Attendance- 1120 


12th March 2022

National League North

Kidderminster Harriers 0 vs 1 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: Fylde- Nick Haughton (6)

Attendance: 2771


13th September 2022

National League North

Kidderminster Harriers 0 vs 0 AFC Fylde

Attendance: 2148


15th October 2022

FA Cup

Kidderminster Harriers 2 vs 2 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: Kidderminster- Ash Hemmings (54) Yusifu Ceesay (56) Fylde- Nick Haughton (11, 72)

Attendance: 1558


18th October 2022

FA Cup 

AFC Fylde 2 vs 0 KIdderminster Harriers

Goalscorers: Fylde- Siya Ligendza (64) Luke Charman (82)

Attendance: 495


20th December 2022

FA Trophy

AFC Fylde 1 vs 1 Kidderminster Harriers (2-4 on penalties, Kidderminster win)

Goalscorers: Fylde- Nick Haughton (67) Kidderminster- Jack Bearne (19)

Attendance: 328


10th April 2023

National League North

AFC Fylde 0 vs 2 Kidderminster Harriers

Goalscorers: Kidderminster- Amari Morgan Smith(3,34)

Attendance: 1269

Classic Clash

In mid-march just under seven years ago both of the teams which will face each other on Tuesday were vying for the National League North title and this game was crucial in who would go up as champions.

With 3 players sent off from either side and hardly any time on the clock, Matt Blinkhorn scored a goal which can only be described as scenes to equalise and make it 2-2 at Mill Farm and earn a crucial point for Fylde. Fylde went onto win the league by 6 points with Kidderminster finishing in 2nd on 82 points. 

Key Players

Ash Hemmings – Hemmings is a player who all Coasters fans will never forget after his short spell at the club under Dave Challoner. A tricky winger who can play anywhere across the front line is always a threat. A lethal striker of the ball, Hemmings can still score in the air despite his height and will cause the Coasters a real handful on Tuesday night.

Amari Morgan-Smith – The official number 9 for the Harriers, Morgan-smith is a tidy striker who can be seen as a poacher within the box and often will seem silent within matches but always seems to pop up on the scoresheet. Scoring against the Coasters last season at Mill Farm Morgan-Smith will be looking to add to his tally against the Coasters.

Jack Lambert – A summer signing from Darlington who has really shone in recent weeks under new management. An additional threat in the attack can provide goals and also finish them.