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Preview: York City (H)

16 September 2022

The Iron return to action against York City on Saturday following the midweek 2-2 clash against Altrincham, which saw United return to North Lincolnshire with a point.

Clubs, for all fixtures up until the funeral, will observe a one-minute silence prior to the game and wear black armbands as a mark of respect to HRH Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away last week.


Click here for ticket details ahead of Saturday, September 17th’s (3pm kick-off) clash against York City. Modern day Iron legend, and former York City player, David Mirfin will be the special guest speaker in the restaurant before the match. You can find matchday hospitality ticketing/pricing details by clicking here.


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

Elliott Whitehouse (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).


The Iron welcomed Reagan Ogle and Mason O'Malley back in midweek after they missed the last game at home to Boreham Wood through injury, with Ogle starting and O’Malley coming on from the bench.

Talking post-match in the week, Michael Nelson revealed Australian full-back Ogle suffered from cramp in the game but believes this week’s recovery time could see him fit for Saturday. It was also confirmed after Tuesday’s match that Colin Daniel missed out through tendonitis which he reported at the end of training on Monday.

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


The Minstermen snatched a 2-1 victory in the 94th minutea gainst Bromley in their midweek match a few days ago. The side based in North Yorkshire sit seventh in the league with 14 points, winning half of their eight fixtures so far.

York City earnt promotion back to the National League last season, finishing in fifth-place in the National League North, after suffering relegation to it in the 2016/17 season. Heading into the play-offs, they defeated Chorley 3-2 and Brackley Town 1-0. The Minstermen then beat Boston United 2-0 at home in the final to clinch promotion to the National League.

The club left Bootham Crescent in 2021, after a 119-year stay, to move to the brand new 8,500 all-seater LNER Community Stadium.

For more information on our visitors, click here.


The referee will be Daniel Middleton, who will be assisted by Reece Davies and Ashley Royston. The fourth official will be Connor Everard.


The ticket office and club shop open from 11:00am, with the Iron Bar shortly following at 11:30am where Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester City will be shown live.

The car park will open at midday, where a £1 saving can be made (before 11am on matchday) by purchasing your spot in advance here.

Hardr:ve, Scunthorpe's Premier Hard Dance & Ravers, will be providing live DJs who will perform outside the Iron Bar in the marquee ahead of kick-off - starting at 12:30pm.

We welcome The Bad Boy Bagel Co to Glanford Park for the first time on Saturday, as part of our continued vendor experience outside the ground. Your Plaice Or Mine will join us too, offering fans the option of fish and chips. Regulars, Sheridan's Ices, will also be present serving ice cream.



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 11 21
FA CUP 1 0 0
TOTAL 27 11  21


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Match Reports

Report: Iron 1-1 York City

17 September 2022

Rob Apter scored a late equaliser to seal a 1-1 draw at home to York City for the Iron on Saturday.

The Iron came into the game having made three changes from Tuesday night’s fixture against Altrincham. Mason O’Malley, Alfie Beestin and Jai Rowe all returned to the side after being on the bench in the midweek fixture. New recruit Aiden Marsh also made his second start since completing his loan move to the Iron from Barnsley.

United were the ones to get the game underway and the Iron found themselves on the front foot in the opening minutes. Joe Nuttall was presented with the opening chance of the game when he found himself in a one-on-one situation with York keeper Ethan Ross. Ross spread himself well and managed to make the save.

Apter had a chance from the edge of the 18-yard-box a minute later. Nuttall was once again involved but this time he didn’t take the shot on himself. He laid the ball off to Apter who took a touch and unleashed a left-footed shot which curled just wide of the left-hand post. The Iron started the game off brightly.

Another chance came the way of the Iron when loanee Marsh broke down the left-hand-flank. He drove into open space ahead of him and spotted Nuttall, who was unmarked, in the middle of the area. The Iron striker took the shot on first time but it went straight at Ross and he made a comfortable save. It was the best chance of the game so far.

The visitors worked their first opening in the tenth minute of the game. A well worked free-kick from the right-flank found its way to Manny Duku and he took on his shot first time but his right footed effort flew over the crossbar and out for a goal kick. Marcus Dewhurst was untroubled and he just watched as the effort sailed over his bar.

United continued to press on to try and find the opening goal; A succession of corners were dealt with well by the York defence and then a deep cross into the area by Reagan Ogle was dealt with by Ross. He rushed off his line to claim the ball and deal with the danger.

York were the ones to take the lead in the 23rd minute. A challenge by Apter, just inside the Iron penalty area, was seen as a foul immediately by the referee and he instantly pointed to the spot. Lennell John-Lewis was the player who stepped up to take the penalty and he calmly slotted the ball into the bottom-right-hand corner of the net. Dewhurst was sent the wrong way and City took the lead in the game.

They were presented with another big opportunity minutes after the goal. A free-kick from the right-hand corner of the Iron penalty area was whipped into the box and almost met by a York City head. George Taft did extremely well to get to the ball first, head it away and deny any goal scoring opportunity.

Jacob Butterfield almost grabbed the equaliser in the 31st minute when he took on a shot from distance. The Iron midfielder found himself around 30-yards out from goal and he had time and space to take on a shot. A powerful, low-driven shot was straight at Ross but the City keeper spilt the ball and it almost spun into his own net. The ball crept just past Ross’s left-hand post, much to his relief, and went out for a United corner.

The away side had another big opportunity in the game after Oliver Dyson beat his man through a nice piece of skill. He broke into Dewhurst’s area and chipped the ball up onto the head of John-Lewis. The striker tried to direct his header goalwards but he didn’t generate enough power to beat Dewhurst and the Iron’s number one claimed the ball with ease.

The first card of the game was shown to Nuttall after an aerial challenge with a York defender. Both went up to try and win the header and in the referee’s eyes Nuttall’s challenge was malicious and he was awarded a yellow card.

Scunthorpe had a chance to level things up just before the break. Butterfield whipped the ball into the away side’s penalty area and his cross was met by the head of Andrew Boyce. The Iron defender couldn’t keep his header down and the ball sailed over the bar and out for a goal kick.

The visitors got the second half underway and Ryan Fallowfield almost immediately put York two goals to the good. Fallowfield slid in and nearly put the ball past Dewhurst. The Iron goalkeeper was aware of the situation and managed to make the save.

United created another great chance to grab the equaliser in the 49th minute of the game. Butterfield made a pinpoint cross into the area and Rowe brought the ball down well and with his second touch he unleashed a powerful shot; However, he didn’t get a clean connection and the ball went wide of the target. 

Minutes later, the Iron put the ball into the back of the net only to find out that the goal was disallowed for handball. A neat bit of play down the left-hand-side by Marsh earnt him some space which allowed him to play a cross into the area. The cross was precise and Nuttall managed to get onto the end of it. He turned the ball into the York net but he used his hand in the process and the referee disallowed the goal and the score stayed at one-nil.

The Iron continued to pressure York and managed to work another opening when Apter crossed into the area and Beestin managed to head the ball goalwards. The direction was there but the power wasn’t and the ball rolled into the arms of Ross.

Marsh was sent through by a lofted through ball by Rowe. He had an almost clear opportunity but Gus Mafuta reduced the angle for the shot. His quick closing down pressured Marsh into taking on the shot earlier than he wanted to. However, Marsh couldn’t sort his feet out quick enough and he tripped over the ball and the chance came to an end.

A lovely chipped ball, over the top of the defence, by Ogle set Nuttall free. He drove at the York defence and then cut inside on his favoured right foot and managed to direct a strong shot goalward. It looked to be heading straight in but an excellent reflex save from Ross denied the Iron an equaliser. A firm right hand managed to just tip Nuttall’s effort over the crossbar. 

The visitors should have put the game to bed after a Maz Kouhyar corner met the head of John-Lewis. The York striker was inches away from putting his team two-nil up.

City thought they had sealed the game in the dying moments of the game. Fallowfield was free at the back post and managed to slot his effort past Dewhurst into the bottom corner. The linesman took his time but his flag eventually went up and the goal was ruled offside.

In the last minutes of regular time, Apter cut inside on his favoured left foot and his effort looked to be heading for the left-hand corner. A wicked deflection took it away from the goalkeeper and into the top corner. This put the Iron level and sealed a hard-earned point.

IRON: Dewhurst, Ogle, O’Malley, Boyce, Beestin, Nuttall, Rowe, Taft, Butterfield, Apter, Marsh.

IRON SUBS NOT USED: Foster, Whitehouse, Feeney, Young, Fletcher.

YORK CITY: Ross, Fallowfield, Kerr, Dyson, Kouhyar, John-Lewis, Hancox (Whittle, 49’), Sanders, Pybus, Mafuta (Greaves, 91’), Duku.

YORK CITY SUBS NOT USED: Hurst, Whitley, James.


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Ticket News

Early Bird Iron v York City tickets on sale + pay on the day info

17 September 2022

Tickets are on sale for the Iron's home National League game against York City on Saturday, September 17th (3pm kick-off).

After taking on board supporter feedback, the Early Bird rate will be available both in person at our ticket office and online via until three hours before kick-off of home league matches now. So for the Boreham Wood game, this rate will be available until 12noon on Saturday, September 17th. Matchday prices then apply.

Buying online also enables fans to use our ‘e-ticket’ option which emails the ticket across to the supporter's email address, and means they can print the ticket at home, or scan from their mobile at the turnstile.

PAY ON THE DAY: Supporters can pay on the day by purchasing online or by visiting the ticket office with payment by card or contactless only (in the Easy Buy Stand) or matchday ticket booth (in the corner between the Britcon and East Stands). Please note, full matchday prices apply and there is no payment on the turnstiles. Fans are able to pay cash at the corner ticket booth between the Britcon and East Stands, which opens 90 minutes before kick-off.

This is a Category A fixture.

Category A 
Early Bird Member
Category A 
Early Bird
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Adult £21 £23 £26
FT Student/
Special Rate
£14 £16 £18
U18 £5 £7 £9
U12* Free Free Free
Category A
Early Bird Member
Category A 
Early Bird
Category A 
Adult £21 £23 £26
FT Student/
Special Rate
£14 £16 £18
U18 £5 £7 £9
U12* Free Free Free
Category A
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Category A 
Early Bird
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Adult £17 £19 £22
FT Student/
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£12 £14 £16
U18 £5 £7 £9
U12* Free Free Free
Category A
Early Bird Member
Category A 
Early Bird
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Adult £19 £21 £24
FT Student/
Special Rate
£13 £15 £17
U18** £3 £5 £7
U12* Free Free Free
Category A 
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Category A 
Early Bird
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Adult £29 £31 £34
65+ £22 £24 £26
U21 £17 £19 £21
U18 £12 £14 £16

*Maximum of two under 12’s free per paying adult/concession. Subsequent juniors must be paid for at the U18 rate. 

All Under-14s must be accompanied by paying adult/concession.

Student concession prices must be in full time education.



TELEPHONE: Call 01724 747670

CAR PARKING: East Stand car parking can also be purchased via in advance (before 11am on matchday) through the ticket system priced at £4 per car. This is a £1 advance saving as these cost £5 otherwise.

Thursday, September 15th - 10am until 4pm
Friday, September 16th - 10am until 4pm
Saturday, September 17th - 11am until 5pm

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