The Glovers are back at home on Saturday (3pm) with plenty going on in BA22.
Here's all that's happening at Huish Park:
Saturday Soccer Club
Running from 13:00–14:30, the Community Sports Trust's Saturday Soccer Club will give children attending the match the opportunity to play football in a safe and supervised environment, with sessions run by experienced FA qualified coaches with enhanced DBS checks, safeguarding and emergency first aid qualifications.
The cost per 1.5-hour session will be £4, with Junior Glovers paying a discounted price of £3 per session. There is no need to book your child’s place in advance, they can just turn up, pay and play!
The under-16s and under-18s are back in EFL Youth Alliance action on Saturday morning as they host Oxford United at Huish Park on the 3G and top pitch respectively.
Head along and make a day of it!
The supporters bar - situated behind the 3G pitch and adjacent to the Thatchers Gold stand - will be open from 12 o'clock to both home and away supporters. Complete with Sky Sports, hot and cold refreshments and seating, head along pre-match and even pre-order your half-time drinks to beat the queues!
Junior Glovers Family Cabin
Packed full of pre-match activities including the latest game consoles and FIFA 19, head along to the Family Cabin for Glovers themed entertainment. Situated at the end of the Tamburino Stand and adjacent to the Thatchers Gold Terrace, the cabin is often visited by special guests including the Jolly Green Giant and members of the first team. Open from 1pm.
The entertainment doesn't stop at half-time as the Community Sports Trust host their 'Dizzy Penalties' competition. This week sees the Main Stand take on the Thatchers Stand as two adults take it in turns to spin around a pole before trying to convert from the penalty spot!
The Trust run regular competitions on their Facebook page, so to be in with a chance to take part in their half-time activities, win a place on one of their popular Soccer Schools or to find out about the programmes they deliver in the community, please like/follow their page.
Read all about it!
Issue six of the matchday magazine, Green & White, will be available around the ground and in the Club Store and boasts 48-pages crammed full of content. Available for just £2.50, make sure you pick up issue three which includes an interview with cover star Gold Omotayo. Find out what else is inside!
You can also order your programmes on a match-by-match basis or have them delivered to your door with a season subscription. For full details, click here.
Supporters are encouraged to purchase in advance to avoid matchday queues, with pre-match prices available until 12 noon on Saturday.
How to buy:
In person: visit the Huish Park ticket office
Phone: 01935 847888
Online: Click here
Officers from Yeovil's neighborhood police team will be on hand to promote their forthcoming week of tackling knife crime. They will be available at Huish Park to give any advice or information and to answer any questions.
They encourage people to talk to them if they feel threatened or the need to protect themselves.