13th January 2023

Yeovil Town travel to Bromley for the second time this season, after tragic circumstances brought our last fixture to a halt.

Sadly, in the 12th minute of our last trip, Keith Hore was taken ill and sadly passed away during our fixture with the Ravens. We continue to send our condolences to Keith’s family and friends and wish them all the best for the future.

Mark Cooper’s thoughts

Speaking ahead of the fixture, Cooper said; “I’m looking forward to it. I’ve got incredibly wet over the last ten days down in Somerset with the lovely weather.

“We’ve been working hard and we’re all looking forward to another game.”

Team news

Yeovil Town were bolstered this week by the signing of Jordan Young from Chippenham Town. Subject to the correct clearances, the 23-year-old will be available to play on Saturday afternoon.

Since facing Torquay, a number of players have departed the club, as Jamie Andrews has returned to West Brom along with Ewan Clark returning to Bristol City. Louis Britton who started the last game against Bromley has also departed Huish Park.

A foot in the opposition camp

Coming off the back of a defeat to Wrexham, Andy Woodman’s side fought valiantly against the Red Dragons, but ultimately left the Racecourse Ground empty handed on Tuesday evening. However, with the Ravens able to take heart from a good performance, Bromley will be hoping for three points on Saturday.

There’s a number of former Glovers in the ranks at Hayes Lane, including League One play-off winner Byron Webster – the towering defender now wears the armband for the Ravens. Former Yeovil captain Omar Sowumni is also a regular starter for Bromley.

Have we met before?

Fixtures against the Ravens are typically dramatic affairs. In our first season back at the level, the Glovers claimed four points from the two games between the sides, Town’s win came in September 2019 at Huish Park, goals from Charlie Lee, Jimmy Smith and an own goal extended a winning run to seven games. Just two months later, a stoppage time Rhys Murphy goal secured a point for the Glovers at Hayes Lane. 

The 2020/21 season saw three between the two sides, with the Glovers winning two of them. In November 2020, a Gabby Rogers strike in extra time secured passage to the FA Cup Second Round. Just one month later, Yeovil travelled to Hayes Lane once again and secured their first National League win of the season. 

In last season’s trip to Hayes Lane, wonder strikes from Tom Knowles and Charlie Wakefield ensured Yeovil returned to Somerset with three points. At Huish Park, Yeovil were 2-1 victors thanks to goals from D’Ath and Knowles.


Those who purchased tickets for the previously abandoned fixture will be able to enter the ground with their previous ticket. 

To purchase a ticket, fans must head to the link below log in or register at which point they’ll then be able to select ‘match tickets’ and choose the Yeovil game where they will see away fans / ticket options (they may have to scroll down the page to find the game).


Supporters are reminded the away section is an uncovered open terrace. Access to the stadium cannot be gained until the away turnstiles open at 1:30pm so please do not arrive ahead of this time.  

A limited number of seats are available in the home section for disabled supporters along with wheelchair spaces. Please contact tickets@bromleyfc.co.uk for more information.

Admission Prices:

  • Adults £20 (rises to £22 from Saturday 14th Jan 00:00)
  • Concessions £15 (rises to £17 from Saturday 14th Jan 00:00)
  • Under 16’s £7 (rises to £9 from Saturday 14th Jan 00:00)
  • 11 years and under; FREE

Card only on the day at the turnstiles.