The Coasters return home this weekend after a week on the road and what a week it has been.

Three away wins on the trot since Chris Beech’s side last played at Mill Farm has seen the Coasters rise out of the relegation zone and into 17th place. 19 points out of a possible 21 has seen the Coasters become the form team in the division.

Last time out the Coasters travelled down to Hampshire and defeated playoff hopefuls Aldershot Town 0-5. A brace from Josh Kay as well as goals from Nick Haughton, Jon Ustabasi and Joe Westley completed an emphatic but deserved three points in Hampshire.

Westley finally got off the mark in Fylde colours after coming close in previous weeks, his efforts in the games were finally rewarded. Bryce Hosannah also came on to make his debut for the Coasters, he impressed down the right-hand side and will definitely be a handy addition to the squad.

Follow the fixture live

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 Bees live from 2.30pm. 

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

The Bees currently sit in 3rd position in the playoffs however Dean Brennan’s men have only won once in the league this year at home to Dagenham. Inconsistency has been a massive problem for Brennan’s side as in their last 15 matches they have only managed to pick up 18 points which is just over a point per game and for a playoff contender that total should be better. 

In recent weeks the main problem for Barnet’s downfall is their defence which has failed to keep a clean sheet since the 30th of December. With goals flying in when Barnet plays, they are no different to any other team in the playoffs who are strong offensively but poor defensively however with Brennan looking to push Barnet back into the EFL Saturday’s game could be a big game for the Bees.

Previous Meetings

22nd September 2018

National League

Barnet FC 1 vs 1 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: The Bees- Shaquile Coulthirst.   Fylde- Danny Philliskirk.


23rd February 2019

FA Trophy Quarter Finals

AFC Fylde 0 vs 0 Barnet FC

Fylde won on penalties 4-1.


19th April 2019

National League

AFC Fylde 1-0 Barnet FC

Goalscorers: Fylde- Danny Rowe.


1st October 2019

National League

AFC Fylde 0 vs 4 Barnet FC

Goalscorers: The Bees- Ricardo Santos, Simeon Akinola, Josh Walker, Mauro Vilhete.


7th December 2019

National League

Barnet FC 2 vs 1 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: The Bees- Jack Taylor, Simeon Akinola.   Fylde- Danny Rowe.


3rd October 2023

National League

Barnet FC 2 vs 1 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: The Bees: Callum Stead, Nicky Kabamba.    Fylde- Danny Whitehead.

Classic Clash

This week’s classic clash takes us back to a miserable day in February 2019 which will remain in AFC Fylde folklore forever. With the game at 0-0 after normal time was played the Coasters progressed to the FA Trophy Semi Final after beating the Bees 4-1 on penalties. The Coasters went on to win the FA Trophy that season. 

Key Players

Nicke Kabamba – The tall centre forward is one of the deadliest frontmen in the National League. 19 goals last time out prove his record is not to be scoffed at and with 19 goals already this season, Kabamba seems set to break his goal tally for last season. 

Zak Brunt – With trials at Real Madrid and Manchester City on his CV Brunt is definitely playing below his level. At just 21, Brunt has featured before in the National League impressing at Boreham Wood last season on loan from Sheffield United before Barnet snapped him up this summer for an undisclosed fee. A Midfielder with skill and quality, he could be the difference between the title and the playoffs.

Reece Hall-Johnson – The wing back was a smart acquisition from newly promoted Wrexham FC. A wing back who likes to get forward but also has the agility and pace to cover and get back could be a key part of the way Barnet play this season.

Ticket Details

West Stand (Seating)*

Adult Premium – £23

Adult Economy – £20

Under 18s – £10

North Stand (Standing)*

Adults – £12

Young Gunz (12-17) – £7

Under 12s – Free (Must be accompanied by a full-paying adult)

East Terrace (Standing)*

Adults – £16

Under 18s – £8

Home supporters can purchase tickets online by clicking here, calling 01772 598859 or visiting the Club Shop in person.

The Coaster

The official matchday programme of AFC Fylde ‘The Coaster’ is here and can be purchased for just £3 from our sellers around the ground. Alternatively, copies will be available in the Club Shop ahead of the game and after the final whistle.

The skipper takes centre stage as Harry Davis talks us through the resurgence in the Fylde camp, and his targets for the rest of the campaign.

What’s On

There’s never a dull moment on matchday at Mill Farm, with so much going on. Here’s a peek into what to expect from this week’s matchday offering.

Bradleys Sports Bar will open to home supporters only from 12:00 pm, with all the build-up to the football available to watch.

If you are feeling peckish, there is a wide selection of food available from our tasty menu.

On offer is a wide selection of beers, wines, cider and snacks whilst you enjoy the day’s sport from our three unique viewing zones, all equipped with individual surround sound. 

Open from 1:15pm, the North Stand offers an experience like no other, with supporters able to soak up the atmosphere and build up to kick-off. There are free soft drink refills available for all U12s throughout the afternoon. 

New for this season, Carlsberg will be on offer all game, every game for £2 a pint. Madri (£4) & Peroni (£5) can also be purchased and a wide selection of food & snacks. 

Car Parking

Free car parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in our North Stand car park. Please be aware that once all parking spaces have been obtained, an overflow car park will then be in operation and will be priced at £5 per car.

Club Shop

Selling a wide range of AFC Fylde products, the Mill Farm club shop is open on the following times:

Monday – Friday – 10am-6pm*

*Open 10am-10pm on a Tuesday home fixture and closed on a Wednesday following a Saturday and Tuesday home fixture

*Open 8am-6pm on Bank Holiday Matchday 

Saturday – Closed*

*Open 8am-6pm on a home matchday

Sunday – Closed