The Iron return to Glanford Park on Saturday, after victory against FC Halifax Town in the week to kickstart the new era, with play-off challengers Bromley coming to town.
TICKET & HOSPITALITY NEWS
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Former promotion winning goalkeeper Tom Evans will be the special guest taking part in a Question-and-Answer session in the restaurant ahead of the match.
Evans, now 46, was between the sticks when United defeated Leyton Orient 1-0 in the Division Three play-off final at Wembley in May 1999.
He made a total of 293 appearances for the club between 1997 and 2006, and was also in the 2004-05 promotion-winning squad.
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Michael Nelson (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).
Mason O’Malley (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).
IRON TEAM NEWS
Marcus Carver (groin) and Fin Shrimpton (ankle) both continue to miss out through respective injuries.
Liam Feeney is in full contention to face Bromley following his recovery from long-term injury.
The Ravens took on Dagenham & Redbridge in their mid-week fixture, where Ben Krauhaus clinched a 1-1 draw in the 88th minute to avoid defeat on home soil.
The side from Greater London currently sit in sixth position, with Andy Woodman’s side registering 10 wins and 9 draws from 27 games this season.
In 2014/15, Bromley won the Conference South, winning 23of their 40 fixtures that season and beating eventual play-off winners Boreham Wood to the title by just two points.
Bromley edged National League play-offs in the 2020/21 season by a singular point for their first ever time, securing the last spot ahead of Wrexham.
It was an early exit though for Woodman’s side when three goals across seven minutes in the first half by eventual play-off winners Hartlepool made the fixture a mountain to climb.
The Ravens will be hoping to try themselves again as they continue to hold down a play-off spot towards the top-end of the Vanarama National League this season.
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The referee will be Ruebyn Ricardo, assisted by Timothy Walker and Daniel Robinson. The fourth official will be Luke Watson.
The ticket office and club shop open from 11am on the day, with the Iron Bar opening shortly after around 11.30am where Accrington Stanley vs Leeds United will be shown live.
The car park opens at midday, where a £1 saving can be made (before 9am on matchday) by purchasing your spot in advance here.
The marquee returns on Saturday outside the Iron Bar and we're delighted to welcome back local band 'The Dominos',whose set will start just before 2pm.
We welcome back familiar vendor Phat Pateez Grill, who will be selling a range of hot-food outside the ground too.
Additionally, turnstiles are also open an hour-and-a-half before kick-off for fans wishing to enter the stadium.
Please also note, there will be no physical matchday programme for Saturday's home game against Bromley due to a business decision made last week. A digital issue can be found here.
NATIONAL LEAGUE TV
The game against Bromley will be available to stream internationally only, with BBC Radio Humberside commentary set to be provided.
International supporters can subscribe here to start streaming National Division matches, including prior full match replays which are hosted, and can be watched, on National League TV for free.
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