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13 September 2022 Venue J. Davidson Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews

Preview: Altrincham (A)

13 September 2022

The Iron return to action against Altrincham on Tuesday, following the weekend’s postponements as a mark of respect following the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth II.

Clubs, for all fixtures up until the funeral next Monday, will observe a one-minute silence prior to the game and will wear black armbands as a mark of respect to Her Majesty.

Academy manager Tony Daws will continue to take on the role of interim first team manager, assisted by current goalkeeping coach Paul Musselwhite and former Iron defender Michael Nelson.


Click here for ticket and travel details ahead of Tuesday, September 13th’s (7.45pm kick-off) clash against Altrincham.

Away coach travel will be running to Altrincham on Tuesday,with spaces available to book, departing at the following times:

3.30pm - Hornsby bus depot
3.35pm - Ashby Broadway
3.45pm - Museum and Baths Hall
4.00pm - Glanford Park


Fans travelling direct to Manchester Piccadilly via TransPennine Express should check the train operator’s ‘short-notice cancellations and amendments’ page on the morning of the match to avoid any pre-planned short-notice disruptions which may occur.

Metrolink’s Purple line offers an every 12 minute service to the town from Piccadilly once train-goers have arrived. More information can be found here.


Tony Daws (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).

Joe Nuttall (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).


The Iron will welcome Reagan Ogle and Mason O'Malley back to contention after they missed the last game at home to Boreham Wood through injury.

Elsewhere, Marcus Carver is set to miss out after picking up a strain in training, while attacker Jordan Hallam (hamstring) and defender Kgosi Nthle (calf) remain absent.


The Robins suffered a 5-1 defeat at the hands of Solihull Moors in their previous match. The side based in Greater Manchester sit 23rd in the league with four points, picking them all up through draws so far.

Altrincham earnt promotion to the National League in the 2019-20 season, finishing with a sixth-place finish in the National League North after a curtailment due to COVID-19. Heading into the play-offs, they defeated Chester 3-2 and York City 2-0. The Robins then beat Boston United 1-0 in the final to claim promotion to the National League.

The following season, the club achieved a 17th place finish to secure National League football for another season, swiftly bettered with a 14th place finish last season. In May 2022, the club announced they would transition to becoming a full-time professional club for the first time in their history.

For more information on our visitors, click here.


The referee will be Jacob Miles, who will be assisted by Richard Watson and Daniel Robinson. The fourth official will be Matt Archibald.


Altrincham state that parking is street only.



1980-81 - Mon 15 Dec FAC R2 R Altrincham 1-0 Iron  
1980-81 - Sat 13 Dec FAC R2 Iron 0-0 Altrincham  
1974-75 - Mon 25 Nov FAC R1 R Altrincham 3-1 Iron Collier
1974-75 - Sat 23 Nov FAC R1 Iron 1-1 Altrincham Keeley

Our full record against Altrincham is as follows: 

FA CUP 0 2


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Match Reports

Report: Altrincham 2-2 Iron

13 September 2022

United picked up a point on the road away at Altrincham FC on Tuesday in a 2-2 draw, fighting back from 1-0 down to a 2-1 lead before conceding late.

Elliott Whitehouse won the Iron’s first corner of the game after just a minute, with the following cleared and countered on by Altrincham. 

The game was then early halted, with floodlight failure putting a stop to the match after just three minutes. The game re-started after a seven-minute delay.

In the 12th minute, Reagan Ogle linked up with new signing Aiden Marsh with a one-two. The following in-swinging cross by Ogle was shielded out by the Altrincham defence.

Altrincham’s Eddie Jones was the first player into the referee’s book after 19 minutes. Robert Apter knocked the ball past his man before being hauled into by Jones. Butterfield sent the subsequent free-kick into the area, which was latched onto by George Taft, but the defender glanced it wide of the post.

Ryan Colclough was then brought down by the Iron minutes later. The free-kick was swung in towards the far post where Robins’ captain Toby Mullarkey struck a close range effort over the bar.

Ross Barrows then got Altrincham going down the right-hand side. A low cross hit towards the six-yard box was intercepted by George Taft, with the resulting corner wayward.

In the 27th minute, Apter looked to get the Iron going with a from distance shot deflected out for a corner. Nuttall met with Butterfield’s cross at the near post, after making the run towards it, but the header was guided wide of the target.

Apter looked again to create in the 32nd minute, forcing goalkeeper Ollie Byrne to palm his effort over the bar.

Butterfield was on defensive duties in the 39th minute, sliding in to prevent Osborne from creating space to shoot from the edge of the area. At the expense of a corner though, which wasscrambled to within a couple of yards from goal, with Dewhurst making the save before gathering the loose ball.

In the 43rd minute, patient build-up play involving Fletcher, Whitehouse and Marsh who all looked for shots at goal, with the latter seeing his deflected behind for a corner. Butterfield then sent in a low delivery as a follow-up to his cleared corner, which resulted in an attacking throw down the left. 

In the fourth minute of added time (of eight added), Osborne slotted home a rebounded shot after an impressive save from range from Dewhurst initially.

In the 50th minute, Butterfield drew a save from ‘keeper Byrne after a long-range effort bounced upwards towards the shot-stopper.

In the 54th minute, Whitehouse chested down a clearance around the edge of the box before sending a left-footed half-volley wide of the target.

Dewhurst kept the game level in the 64th minute, he made a superb save to deny a certain goal at one end.

The Iron then broke with pace with Apter cutting the ball back to Butterfield, who side-footed into the net for a 65th minute equaliser.

With the Iron applying all the pressure following the goal, the turnaround was completed in the 69th minute.

Apter sent his shot into the air, and Beestin was subsequentlyupended in the area, where the referee pointed to the spot. Nuttall stepped up and converted for his fifth goal of the season.

In the 79th minute, Altrincham carved an opening which was glanced to the back post and chested down by Osborne, but the effort was drilled just over the bar

Altrincham levelled the game in the 81st minute, with Colclough steering home from close range.

Colclough became creator again for Altrincham in the 84th minute, attempting a back heel from 12 yards out following a low cross from the right but it rolled wide of the mark.

Scunthorpe return to action on Saturday when they host York City at Glanford Park (3pm kick-off).

ALTRINCHAM: Byrne, Jones, Mullarkey, Lundstram, Osborne, Colclough, Conn-Clarke (Kaja, 70), Barrows, Jones, Dinaga, Malone.

UNUSED SUBS: Brockbank, Jackson, Cooper, Bennett.

IRON: Dewhurst, Ogle, Whitehouse, Boyce, Nuttall, Taft, Butterfield, Apter (O’Malley, 75), Fletcher (Beestin, 61), Gallimore, Marsh (Feeney, 61).

UNUSED SUBS: Foster, Rowe.

ATTENDANCE: 1,368 (202 Iron fans).

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Ticket News

Pay on the day details for Altrincham away, with travel still on sale

13 September 2022

Tickets are now available for the Iron's away Vanarama National League encounter against Altrincham at the J. Davidson Stadium on Tuesday, September 13th (7.45pm kick-off).

PAY ON THE DAY DETAILS: We have been advised supporters are able to pay (cash only) on the turnstiles on Tuesday night. There is no price increase.

Tickets go off sale from the Iron at 3pm on Tuesday.

You can purchase tickets in person at the Iron ticket office, by calling 01724 747670 during opening hours (see below) or through visiting

The Iron have received an initial allocation of 400 tickets for the game, with 344 of those in the Chequers End Stand (standing), while we have a very limited allocation of seating in the Family Stand, with just 56 of those available.

Priority for those 56 seats will first be given to season ticket holders, who will have until 4pm on Friday, September 2nd to claim a seat. We kindly ask supporters who are able to stand to consider doing so for this game to allow those who are unable to stand for long periods to still attend this game.

Ticket prices for standing and seating are as follows:

Adult £19
Concessions (Over-65s, Full Time Student, NHS Worker) £15
Junior (Aged 12-18) £7
Under-12s £2


The Iron are also selling official coach travel for this game.

The coach is scheduled to depart Glanford Park at 4pm, leaving all the usual stops prior to the stadium. The cost is £18 for members and £20 for non-members

We will also offer our new adult and under-18 combo ticket (see here for further details) for £30 for members and £32 for non-members.


Call 01724 747670

Our ticket office is open at the following times: 

Friday, August 26th - 10am-4pm
Saturday, August 27th - closed
Sunday, August 28th - closed
Monday, August 29th - 11am-5pm
Tuesday, August 30th - 10am-4pm
Wednesday, August 31st - closed
Thursday, September 1st - 10am-4pm
Friday, September 2nd - 10am-4pm
Saturday, September 3rd - 11am-5pm
Sunday, September 4th - closed
Monday, September 5th - 10am-4pm
Tuesday, September 6th - 10am-4pm
Wednesday, September 7th - closed
Thursday, September 8th - 10am-4pm
Friday, September 9th - 10am-4pm
Saturday, September 10th - closed
Sunday, September 11th - closed
Monday, September 12th - 10am-4pm

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