The Coasters travel to Yorkshire for this rearranged Tuesday night clash looking to make it 2 wins in a row after Saturday’s impressive win at home to Maidenhead United.

A 4-1 win was definitely the way to respond to last Saturday’s 4-0 away loss to Boreham Wood with performances in certain areas showing a marked improvement. 

A brace from Danny Ormerod alongside goals from Nick Haughton and Jon Ustabasi gave the Coasters a comfortable win in what were tricky weather conditions.

Defensive performances were also exceptional with Harry Davis and Sam Graham having solid performances which was backed up by Goalkeeper Theo Richardson who made vital saves when called upon.

With Fylde’s record against York not being the greatest some would suggest form goes out the window for a game like this. However, both sides need the 3 points to steer themselves clear of the relegation zone. A win for the Coasters would be massive however a win for York is a necessity. With another six pointer on the horizon, can Fylde step up to the plate once again?

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Ticket news

The Coasters travel to York City’s LNER Community Stadium for only the third time in our history following the Minstermen’s move from their iconic Bootham Crescent home. We’ll be looking to replicate what we did on the day the stadium opened when Fylde ran out 3-1 winners. 

The game was rearranged for Tuesday night following the initial game being postponed due to a frozen pitch. All tickets purchased for the initial game are still valid.

Ticket Prices

Adults – £22.00

Concessions (Over 60s) – £17.00

Students (with Valid ID card) – £10.00

Age 14-18 – £10.00

Age 8-13* – £7

Age 2-7* – FREE

Carers** – FREE

Car Parking Pass – £5

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 Minstermen 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

York made the brave decision last week to change their manager and bring in Adam Hinshelwood to try and pull York away from the relegation zone and maintain National League status for another season. Hinshelwood’s reign did not get off to the best of starts with a 2-3 home defeat to relegation rivals Wealdstone would not have been what the new gaffer would have wanted.

Winless since the 10th of February and without a clean sheet since the 1st of January, York are in a sticky situation with only 10 games to go. Points and goals are needed in order for them to stay up and with games against the Coasters and Kidderminster coming up they must get points out of these games to even give them a chance.

However, the new manager bounce might occur like it did with Fylde and Kidderminster, if it doesn’t many will fear for York and there National League status.

Previous Meetings:

16th February 2021

National League North 

York City 1 vs 3 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: City- Sean Newton.    Fylde- Alex Whitmore, Nick Haughton (X2)


1st March 2022

National League North

AFC Fylde 0 vs 2 York City

Goalscorers: City- Lenell John-Lewis, Mitch Hancox


2nd May 2022

National League North

York City 2 vs 1 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: City- Lenell John-Lewis, Mitch Hancox.   Fylde- Ben Tollitt.


11th November 2023

National League

AFC Fylde 0 vs 2 York City

Goalscorers: City- Scott Burgess, Ryan Fallowfield

Classic Clash

This week’s classic clash turns back in time to 2021 when nobody was allowed to go to the football and York City were hosting their first game at the LNER stadium to the Coasters. A header from Alex Whitmore and 2 stunning goals from Nick Haughton gave the Coasters all 3 points in a season which was eventually curtailed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Key Players:

Dipo Akinyemi – Signed from the Scottish championship in the summer, Akinyemi has had quite the first season at this level, notching 11 goals so far and with even more to come. A handful for defenders, Fylde will have to be at their best to keep York quiet this weekend.

Callum Howe – The defender who has been a consistent starter under many managers at York this season will be vital in their efforts to stay up. He last missed a match on the 19th of September 2023 but since then has been a key player in this York side and will give Fylde’s youthful attack a hard game.

Billy Chadwick – The young striker was one of the main positives from Last Saturday’s game against Wealdstone when the 24 year old notched his first goals for the club. A brace was not enough to get the 3 points however it shows that Chadwick is more than capable of finding the net and with goals and points needed, keeping Chadwick fit could be crucial in their efforts to stay up.