The Coasters come into their 4th home game of 2024 looking to extend their unbeaten run of form in the league to four matches. A 2-2 draw on Tuesday night to playoff hopefuls Halifax Town has seen the Coasters achieve seven points from a possible nine since the new year.
Goals from Luke Charman and Nick Haughton sent Fylde into a two-goal lead, however, Halifax scored 2 well-taken goals in the second half to share the points. Fylde will be looking to be more solid this time around after a dominant first-half performance was undone in the second half, Fylde will need to keep their eye on the ball against a very well-organised Bromley side.
Follow the fixture live
Watch Live on National League TV
Those overseas and in the UK can follow tomorrow’s game on NationalLeagueTV.com.
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 Ravens 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.
No win in four for the away side has meant that their title challenge against Chesterfield has gone off the boil since the new year. Four draws in league and cup is not what Andy Woodman would’ve wanted, however, the Ravens are still unbeaten since the 21st of November.
A 1-1 draw away to Aldershot Town last time out will be seen as a good point on the road with the form that Aldershot are in, however, draws are not what Andy Woodman will have wanted especially with Barnet breathing down their neck second place spot. A win on the Fylde Coast will be just what Woodman will be looking for, however, with both sides boasting great attacking prowess, fans who turn up this weekend could be in for a goal-fest.
There was one to remember earlier back in 2018 as The Coasters grabbed a 2-1 win over today’s visitors. A sensational strike from Danny Rowe gave us our first win over The Ravens at Mill Farm.
You can view the highlights from that clash below.
06 January 2018
Bromley 0 vs 1 AFC Fylde
04 August 2018
AFC Fylde 2 vs 1 Bromley
05 January 2019
Bromley 3 vs 2 AFC Fylde
31 August 2019
Bromley 2 vs 2 AFC Fylde
18th November 2023
Bromley 1 vs 0 AFC Fylde
Ones To Watch
Ben Krahaus – The youngster with a bright future ahead of him, has recently signed for Brentford but rejoined the Ravens for the rest of the season. A midfielder with an eye for goal, Krahaus has been a key part of Bromley’s success this season. 5 goals from midfield shows his talent and at only 19 the sky’s the limit.
Michael Cheek – Bromley’s top scorer once again showing he can do it season after season. With 13 goals in the league so far, Cheek gives off similar qualities to Fylde legend Danny Rowe. A key part of the reason why Bromley are the 3rd highest scorers in the league, Fylde’s defence will have to be at their best to keep Cheek quiet.
Grant Smith – The Bromley Goalkeeper has been a massive addition in the summer and it has shown on the pitch. The 2nd best defence in the league has been down mainly to Grant Smith. An agile keeper who can get down low or high, also plays the ball out with confidence has been a massive difference from previous seasons.
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 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.
This week’s edition includes notes from Head Coach, Chris Beech, Head of Sports Science Ben McInerney, a Scout Report on the visitors and an update from the Community Foundation.
We also caught up with our newest member of the squad, Joe Westley, the star of the ‘Big Interview’ as we spoke all things football following his arrival at Mill Farm on Tuesday.
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.
AFC Fylde Community Foundation’s inflatable challenge is back. Activities are located at the North-West corner of Mill Farm, just yards away from Bradleys Sports Bar and get underway from 1:30pm.
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.
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