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Preview: York City (A)

28 March 2023

The Iron are set to be backed by another strong following on the road as we take our second away trip in four days, this time to York City’s LNER Community Stadium for the first time, for a Tuesday night under the lights.


Click here for ticket details ahead of Tuesday, March 28th’s (7.45pm kick-off) clash against York City.

The Iron sold out the allocation sent to us by York City, remaining tickets for our fans are on sale directly from the host club by clicking here

Subject to availability, tickets will be available to purchase at the stadium from the West Stand ticket booth (from 5pm onwards) on the evening of the game, where cash and card are accepted.

Away coach travel will be running to York, with the coach departing at the following times as a reminder for those who have booked with us:

5.00pm - Hornsby bus depot
5.05pm - Ashby Broadway
5.15pm - Museum and Baths Hall
5.30pm - Glanford Park

Spaces continue to remain on our official away travel for Tuesday's trip to York City.

You can purchase your coach tickets online (, by calling 01724 747670 or by visiting in person.


Jimmy Dean (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).

Ben Richards-Everton (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).


Manager Jimmy Dean revealed midfielder Tom Pugh, who had suffered with a hamstring problem last week, should be available for contention against York.

Goalkeeper Aaron Chapman is out for the remainder of the season whilst Alfie Beestin (hamstring) and Marcus Carver (groin) continue to remain out through their respective injuries.


Older generation Iron supporters may remember old stadium Bootham Crescent, which the club left in 2021 after a 119-year stay. 

With the move to the brand new 8,500 all-seater LNER Community Stadium, it’s the first time the Iron will sample its new turf in its form of a newly built ground as we chase victory on the road.

The North Yorkshire-based side currently sit in 18th place, with the Minstermen registering 11 wins and 9 draws from 39 games so far this season, totalling 42 points with seven games left to play.

York come into the game having faced similar title-chasing opponents away from home, like the Iron at Notts County, in the form of Wrexham on the weekend.

With a 3-0 loss on the road, York will be looking to bounce back similarly as the Iron after heavy defeats, with survival the ultimate goal for both sides.

For more information on our hosts, click here.


The referee will be Scott Simpson, assisted by Reece Davies and Michael Johnson. The fourth official will be Luke Watson.


Iron supporters will be based in the North Stand and West Stand Overflow (Blocks WI, WH, and WG) of the LNER Community Stadium, with turnstiles opening an hour-and-a-half before kick-off.

The car park opens at 5.30pm for those driving, with matchday parking spaces in the Monks Cross Park & Ride car park available to purchase by clicking here.

A full guide to parking around the LNER Community Stadium can be found here.

For supporters travelling through other means such as the train, or parking within the city centre for a pre-match experience (which is over an hour away from the stadium on foot), First York’s Y22 service operates two hours before kick-off alongside First’s service 9 from Stonebow.

Operating at frequent intervals from Stonebow, the Y22 service runs after the game as well (unlike service 9) until the ground is clear, up to 90 minutes after the full-time whistle, to help shuttle fans back towards the city.

Full details of the bus service and its ticketing can be found on First’s website by clicking here.


The game against York City will be available to stream both domestically and internationally, with the respective home side’s commentary alongside the feed.

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.

To help the Iron profit, you need to nominate 'Scunthorpe United' as your club in the sign-up process.


Our full record against York City is as follows: 

2022-23 - Sat Sep 17 LG 2 Iron 1-1 York Apter
2013-14 - Sat May 3 LG 2 Iron 2-2 York Madden, Hawkridge
2013-14 - Tue Oct 29 LG 2 York 4-1 Iron Winnall
2003-04 - Tue Mar 9 DIV 3 York 1-3 Iron Groves 2, MacLean
2003-04 - Sat Oct 25 DIV 3 Iron 0-0 York  
2002-03 - Wed Jan 1 DIV 3 York 1-3 Iron Torpey, Carruthers, Graves
2002-03 - Sat Aug 24 DIV 3 Iron 2-1 York Torpey, Carruthers
2001-02 - Sat Apr 20 DIV 3 Iron 1-0 York Carruthers
2001-02 - Fri Nov 9 DIV 3 York 0-2 Iron Carruthers, Calvo-Garcia
2000-01 - Sat Feb 10 DIV 3 Iron 4-0 York Ipoua 2, Calvo-Garcia, Larusson
2000-01 - Sat Sep 9 DIV 3 York 2-0 Iron  
1992-93 - Sat Feb 27 DIV 3 York 5-1 Iron Farrell
1992-93 - Sat Oct 10 DIV 3 Iron 1-2 York White
1991-92 - Tue Feb 11 DIV 4 York 3-0 Iron  
1991-92 - Sat Nov 30 DIV 4 Iron 1-0 York Hamilton
1990-91 - Sat Mar 2 DIV 4 Iron 2-1 York Ward, Daws
1990-91 - Sat Dec 1 DIV 4 York 2-2 Iron Hall, Powell
1989-90 - Tue Apr 10 DIV 4 York 0-1 Iron Taylor
1989-90 - Tue Oct 31 DIV 4 Iron 1-1 York Flounders
1988-89 - Sat Jan 28 DIV 4 Iron 4-2 York Smith (og), Brown, Daws 2
1988-89 - Sat Sep 17 DIV 4 York 1-2 Iron Daws 2
1982-83 - Sun Jan 23 DIV 4 York 2-1 Iron Cowling
1982-83 - Sun Sep 19 DIV 4 Iron 0-0 York  
1981-82 - Fri Mar 26 DIV 4 York 3-1 Iron Arins
1981-82 - Sat Nov 7 DIV 4 Iron 0-3 York  
1980-81 - Sat Apr 4 DIV 4 Iron 3-2 York Green 2, Stewart
1980-81 - Sat Nov 1 DIV 4 York 1-0 Iron  
1979-80 - Tue Oct 2 DIV 4 York 2-0 Iron  
1979-80 - Tue Sep 18 DIV 4 Iron 6-1 York Green 2, Partridge 3, Cammack
1978-79 - Sat Mar 10 DIV 4 Iron 2-3 York Kilmore 2
1978-79 - Sat Oct 28 DIV 4 York 1-0 Iron  
1977-78 - Fri Mar 24 DIV 4 York 0-2 Iron Grimes, Kilmore
1977-78 - Tue Dec 27 DIV 4 Iron 2-1 York Lumby 2
1972-73 - Sat Mar 17 DIV 3 York 3-1 Iron Kirk
1972-73 - Sat Oct 21 DIV 3 Iron 1-0 York Sargent
1970-71 - Sat Apr 24 DIV 4 York 2-0 Iron  
1970-71 - Sat Sep 19 DIV 4 Iron 0-1 York  
1969-70 - Sat Jan 17 DIV 4 Iron 1-1 York Davidson
1969-70 - Sat Sep 27 DIV 4 York 3-2 Iron Keegan 2
1968-69 - Fri Apr 18 DIV 4 Iron 2-1 York Kerr, Heath
1968-69 - Sat Sep 14 DIV 4 York 2-1 Iron Colquhoun
1965-66 - Sat Jan 15 DIV 3 Iron 4-1 York Burkinshaw, Sloan 2, Bedford
1965-66 - Sat Dec 4 DIV 3 York 1-3 Iron Sloan, Bedford, Ash
1957-58 - Sat Apr 19 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-2 York Davis
1957-58 - Sat Nov 9 DIV 3 (N) York 0-0 Iron  
1956-57 - Sat Mar 2 DIV 3 (N) Iron 2-1 York Davies, Jones
1956-57 - Sat Oct 20 DIV 3 (N) York 0-2 Iron Gregory, Hubbard
1955-56 - Mon Apr 9 DIV 3 (N) York 0-0 Iron  
1955-56 - Sat Sep 10 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-1 York Callaghan
1954-55 - Sat Jan 1 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-2 York Brownsword
1954-55 - Sat Aug 28 DIV 3 (N) York 2-3 Iron Gregory 3
1953-54 - Sat Jan 2 DIV 3 (N) York 2-0 Iron  
1953-54 - Sat Aug 29 DIV 3 (N) Iron 3-0 York Brown 2, Bushby
1952-53 - Sat Feb 28 DIV 3 (N) York 0-2 Iron Haigh, Brownsword
1952-53 - Sat Oct 11 DIV 3 (N) Iron 2-0 York Daley, Brownsword
1951-52 - Mon Apr 28 DIV 3 (N) York 0-1 Iron Ottewell
1951-52 - Thu Jan 17 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-1 York Rudd
1950-51 - Sat Jan 20 DIV 3 (N) York 0-0 Iron  
1950-51 - Sat Sep 16 DIV 3 (N) Iron 0-1 York  
1946-47 - Wed Dec 4 FAC R1 York 0-1 Iron Marriott

Our full record against York City is as follows: 

LEAGUE 26 12 21
FA CUP 1 0 0
TOTAL 27 12 21


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Match Reports

Report: York City 0-0 Iron

28 March 2023

United played out a goalless draw with York City on Tuesday night.

It was back to back away games for the Iron, and Jimmy Dean made just a single change from Saturday’s game against Notts County as Dean Rance came into the team to replace Fin Shrimpton.

United’s first chance of the game came after a long throw into the box by Reagan Ogle. His low throw wasn’t dealt with by the York defence and it fell to Will Smith on the edge of the area. The ball bounced in front of the Iron defender and this made it a very difficult chance. He struck the ball on the half volley. However, he put too much power on the shot and it flew over the bar.

The first card of the game went to Rance. The Iron midfielder went in for a sliding tackle and won the ball; However, his follow through was high and his studs caught his man. The referee deemed the tackle to be dangerous and therefore he awarded the yellow card.

In the 13th minute, United almost created a great chance after Ogle whipped a ball into the penalty area. His cross had a lot of pace on it and this made it difficult to defend. Richie Bennett was waiting to meet the ball at the back post but the cross was centimetres too high for him and it just missed his head. If the cross had been slightly lower Bennett would have surely directed an effort goalward and tested the goalkeeper. It was a good opportunity for United.

In the 22nd minute, Ryan Fallowfield was the second player in the book after he brought down Jake Leake to halt an Iron counter attack.

The hosts got their first big chance of the game several minutes later. Fallowfield was at the centre of the move. The City full-back picked up the ball on the right-hand flank and drove forward. He got himself in a good position to cross into the area and that is exactly what he did. He directed a dangerous ball into the area and Lennell John-Lewis was darting in at the back post. As the ball came in, John-Lewis tried to strike the ball with his boot but Ogle was brave and got his head to the ball to clear. It was brave defending by the Scunthorpe defender to prevent a very dangerous chance.

In the 30th minute, Cameron Wilson had a great opportunity to give United the lead. He picked up the ball on the right-hand flank and cut inside onto his left foot. He delayed taking the shot until his path to goal was clear of defenders. From 20-yards out he curled a left footed shot towards the bottom-left corner. His shot had power and this made it difficult for Ryan Whitely. His effort was heading straight into the back of the net but Whitely got down quickly to steer the shot away from the target.

United continued to create opportunities and the next chance came when Bennett and Sean Shields combined down the left-flank. A neat one-two allowed Shields to get in behind the York defence. He drove to the byline before he directed a cross towards Bennett, who was inside the area. The United striker met the cross on the volley but he didn’t connect with the ball well and his effort rolled wide.

Several minutes later, United were presented with the best chance of the game so far. A loose pass allowed Shields to burst in behind the City defence once again. He found himself in a one-on-one situation. However, he chose to hold onto the ball and wait for support. Jacob Butterfield rushed into the penalty area and received the ball. He took a touch and struck it goalward.

Whitely rushed off his line to block the shot and he got an important leg onto the ball. This made sure the scores stayed level.

The Iron kept on piling pressure on the hosts. Another dangerous cross was lifted into the area, as Bennett climbed the highest and was the player to meet the ball first. He powered his effort into the ground and it was heading into the bottom corner. Whitely had to react quickly and he acrobatically denied Bennett.

Just before the half concluded, Fallowfield found himself in a dangerous position just outside the 18-yard-box. He powered a shot along the ground from a tight angle and it caught Tom Billson out. Billson was beaten but the shot didn’t have the precision it needed to reach the back of the net. It stuck the upright and rolled out for a goal kick. It was a let off for the Iron.

The hosts got the second half underway. Immediately, they tried to pin United back in their own half and create chances. The ball was repeatedly whipped into the area but United stood firm and cleared their lines.

In the 55th minute, Butterfield stepped up to take a freekick midway in the York half. He chipped the ball into the penalty area and Smith got there first and flicked the ball on. Bennett once again was rushing in at the back post. Before he could get a head to the ball, Whitely rushed off his line to claim the ball. It was a good chance once again. United were beginning to find their rhythm again in this second half.

Billson was called into action after the home side managed to break forward. City broke into the area before unleashing a powerful shot from a tight angle. Billson read the situation, got a strong hand to the shot and palmed the ball away from the danger.

The Minstermen had the momentum and they tried to create chances but United were defending well and preventing the home side from creating any clear cut opportunities.

Within the 67th minute, Jimmy Dean brought Danny Elliott on for an injured Shields. Scunthorpe had to endure a lot of York pressure midway through the second half. They coped very well and cleared their lines every time.

In the 72nd minute, United got themselves up the field. Ogle produced another one of his trademark long throws into the box. Ben Richards-Everton got on the end of the throw and glanced a header goalward; However, his effort was deflected wide.

Two minutes later, Bennett had an opportunity to grab the first goal of the game. He was clean through on goal and he had no defenders around him. The Iron striker had time to size up a shot. He picked his spot, stuck the ball with power and he watched his effort fly over the bar. 

York responded and nearly grabbed a goal themselves when a ball was played into the area and took a deflection off Smith. The deflection altered the flight of the ball and diverted it goalward. Billson had to react extremely quickly to make a vital save. He flung himself at the ball and made an excellent save to spare Smith’s blushes.

United continued to search for the opening goal and in the 84th minute they earnt themselves a corner. Liam Thompson took the responsibility but his corner was weak and it didn’t beat the first man.

John-Lewis was the next player to have a chance on goal. He was unmarked 10-yards-out from goal, a cross found his head and he tried to direct the ball goalward. His header lacked direction and went sailing over the bar, much to Billson’s relief. It was a golden opportunity wasted.

The home side continued to create chances but couldn’t find the end product. The scores stayed level and the game finished goalless.

Whitley, Fallowfield (Kouhyar, 70) Crookes, McLaughlin, Dyson (Hancox, 80), Forde, Whittle, John-Lewis, Ellis, Duckworth, Rowe (Hurst, 45).

Campbell, Kouogun.

Billson, Ogle, Richards-Everton, Butterfield (Shrimpton, 81), Wilson, Leake, Thompson, Smith, Rance, Shields (Elliott, 67), Bennett.

Boyce, Feeney, Pugh.

5,435 (1,190 away).

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Ticket News

Tickets on sale for York City away clash

28 March 2023

Tickets are on sale for the Iron's trip to the LNER Community Stadium to face York City in the Vanarama National League on Tuesday, March 28th (7.45pm kick-off).

We've sold out the allocation sent to us by York City for the away game there next Tuesday, but the remaining tickets for our fans are on sale directly from York City by clicking here

UPDATE: Additional tickets for Iron supporters have been released in blocks WI, WH, and WG of the West Stand overflow. WF will remain closed for segregation.

Subject to availability, tickets will be available to purchase at the stadium on the day of the game, where cash and card are accepted.

Ticket prices for the game are as follows:

Adult £21
Concessions (60+) £16
Students (with valid ID) £9
Under-18 £9
Under-11 £7
Age 2-5 FREE

Ambulant disabled pay the age-related price and the carer is free (providing they are claiming Disability Living Allowance at the middle/higher rate or PIP advanced rate).

You can purchase your tickets from the Iron online (, by calling 01724 747670 or by visiting in person.


The coach is scheduled to depart Glanford Park at 5.30pm, leaving all the usual stops prior to the stadium. The cost is £16 for members and £18 for non-members.

We will also offer our new adult and under-18 combo ticket (see here for further details) for £26 for members and £28 for non-members.

You can purchase your tickets online (, by calling 01724 747670 or by visiting in person.

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