AFC Fylde’s next game is a home fixture against FC United of Manchester tomorrow evening (Tuesday) as The Coasters aim to cement their place in the top five with a sixth win of the season (19:45 Kick Off).

The Coasters have had a solid start to the season and currently sit third in the league table on seventeen points from their first nine games.

Top scorer Dion Charles added to his goal scoring collection with the opener in the most recent game, a 2-2 home draw with Tamworth on Saturday. Matt Blinkhorn added his second goal in as many games as Fylde picked up a point despite going ahead twice in the game. Blinkhorn scored his first goal for the club in over sixteen months in the 3-1 victory over Gloucester City at the beginning of the month and now has two goals in his previous two games.

Fylde have won three of their last five games against the likes of Lowestoft, Curzon Ashton and Gloucester, while FCUM have defeated Brackley, Hednesford, Lowestoft and Corby in their previous five matches. The Reds have former Coasters midfielder Sean Cooke and Kirkham & Wesham FA Vase final hero Matt Walwyn is also amongst their ranks.

This is FC United’s first season in the National League North after they won promotion from the Evo-Stik Premier League at the end of last season. The Reds have so far been successful, as they sit eighth in the league table on fourteen points from their first nine games. A win in tomorrow evening’s game against The Coasters would see FC United overtake Fylde in the league standings. A win for Fylde could see them overtake Harrogate town who sit second.

The previous meeting between these two sides was a 3-1 victory for FC United in the FA Trophy back in January this year, while the previous league meeting between the two sides saw FC United win again, this time 2-0 at Kellamergh Park in December 2013. The last time The Coasters defeated The Reds was in October 2012 in the NPL.

There will be no free bus to or from the match. The match will not be segregated.


Adults: £12
Concessions: £9
Under 16s: £5

With Membership
Adults: £10
Concessions: £7
Under 16s: FREE


The new look match programme will be on sale inside the ground. The 48 page edition is just £2.00 and is on sale from our sellers inside the ground.
The sixth edition includes an exclusive interview with Matt Blinkhorn after he scored his first two goals in over a year this week, plus many other exciting features on both AFC Fylde and our visitors FC United of Manchester.

Also available is the match day 50/50 which is growing in value by the week and gives you the chance to win a big cash prize!


Don’t forget to come to the ground from 6pm and have a drink in the bar. We have a wide range of products including John Smith’s, Fosters and Kronenburg in Fuller’s Bar where you can watch live sport on the big screen. The club shop will be open inside the ground to stock up on all your AFC Fylde goodies – including the new 2015-16 Adidas shirt.
For food options why not try a delicious pie or a burger freshly made by local butcher J Snape and Son.


Limited parking is free on the club car park but fans are advised to get there early to guarantee a space. All car park season ticket holders will be directed to a designated areas of the car park.


If you can’t get to the game then you can follow live updates via the club’s official social media sites which will keep you up to date while every ball is kicked.

Minute by minute updates will be available up to the second on Twitter, while Facebook will have key updates and events plus you can interact with your fellow #Coasters fans.
Video previews and post-match interviews are available on You Tube and images will be also be added to our Instagram page so there is no excuse to miss out on the action, wherever you are!

Search for AFC Fylde on any of the above and you will find our official club accounts.

You can also listen on Radio Wave and Radio Lancashire who cover our game with match updates.

Following the game the club website will bring you the full match report and reaction to the action.