The Coasters return back to Mill Farm this weekend on the back of three away games. The Coasters accumulated four points out of a possible nine. Four of those points came against teams in the surrounding area and will be key in keeping Fylde away from a proper relegation battle.

Last time out the Coasters managed to pick up a point on the road against Kidderminster Harriers, A well worked move was finished off by Nick Haughton who gave the Coasters the lead just before half-time. However, the Coasters could not hang on and Amari Morgan-Smith scored for the Harriers late on to share the points between the two sides. 

Letting leads slip has been the story of the season for Fylde and was something that occurred in the previous fixture between the two sides. If the Coasters had managed to keep these leads, they could’ve found themselves higher up the table. But with seven games to go the Coasters will just be looking to keep getting points and finish as high as possible.

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 Stones 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 Stones currently sit just above the relegation zone and are constantly looking over there shoulder making sure they don’t slip into the relegation zone. However, unlike every other side in the relegation battle, Wealdstone have five games in hand on most teams. Most of these games in hand are at home which will be crucial in their need for survival as it means less travel up and down the country.

However, with them playing Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday on at least one occasion tiredness could prove an issue. The Stones travel to Mill Farm unbeaten in three during ninety minutes of football, unfortunately losing in the FA Trophy on penalties last time out to Solihull.

Wealdstone currently have the best defence in the bottom half which has been represented in recent results as they have been hard to beat and proved a worthy match for any side. Saturday’s game should be a close contest with the best attack in the bottom half going against the best defence in the bottom half. 

Previous Meetings:

19th August 2023

National League

Wealdstone 3 vs 2 AFC Fylde

Goalscorers: Stones – Tavhon Campbell (X2), Nathan Ferguson.  Fylde- Nick Haughton, Gold Omatayo

Classic Clash

The only meeting between these two sides came earlier on in the season when Wealdstone came from behind to gain 3 points against 10 men. Nick Haughton scored from the halfway line in an incredible strike. However, it did not gain any points with Wealdstone scoring in the 99th minute to gain all 3 points. 

Key Players

Charlie Barker – The Rotherham-born defender seems to have found a home at Wealdstone after impressing in loans in the past Barker made the move permanent in the summer. Starting in all games so far this season Barker seems like mr reliable at the back which can be seen with his man of the match performance against Eastleigh. 

Max Kretzschmar – A familiar face to fans of the national league, famously for his influence on the rise of Woking FC. A midfielder with the eye for goal Kretzschmar definitely knows what he’s doing in the middle of the park and will cause a handful for the Coasters midfield.

Sean Adarkwa – The Stones top scorer and a handful upfront could cause the Coasters a big problem this weekend. 10 goals for the season is quite impressive especially after only 25 games. Averaging nearly every other game. 

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.

We sat down with Cheltenham Town loanee, Dan Adshead following his impressive start to life as an AFC Fylde player. The Coasters’ number 24 talks us through his teammates at Mill Farm, his best moment in the game alongside his go-to cheat food.

We also hear from our new commercial manager, Jonathan Eighteen, on his return to AFC Fylde after a two-year absence on the Fylde Coast.

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