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11 November 2023 Venue Attis Arena Attendance

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Scunthorpe United
2 - 0
Gloucester City
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Preview: Gloucester City (H)

10 November 2023

The Iron head into their latest encounter of the season looking to make it five unbeaten following their midweek win over Banbury United.

United host Gloucester City at Glanford Park (3pm kick-off) looking to make it four home wins on the bounce, having scored six goals in each of their last two encounters.


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

Michael Clunan (click here to read).


Max Kouogun is expected to be part of Jimmy Dean's matchday squad, with Reagan Ogle missing from the squad.

Ross Barrows could keep his shirt after replacing Ogle, who will miss four-to-six weeks with a ligament injury, with the former Altrincham defender doing well as his replacement.

Callum Roberts came through his minutes on the pitch as a substitute in midweek, while Alfie Beestin is edging ever closer to a return to action following a second injection this week. Meanwhile Danny Elliott is expected to miss the midweek encounter, as he's still labelled as sore, as he still looks to shake off the injury sustained at Chester.


Gloucester sit 23rd in the division following just two wins so far this season, and come to Glanford Park having lost their last three.

The side have 11 points from their 16 games so far.

For more information on our hosts, click here.


The referee will be Helen Conley, while Paul Mosley and Sam Bayley are her two assistants. There is no fourth official at this level.


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Our full record against Gloucester City is as follows:



LEAGUE 0 0 0
FA CUP 0 0 0
TOTAL 0 0 0

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Match Reports

Report: Iron 2-0 Gloucester City

11 November 2023

United strode to victory at Glanford Park finishing 2-0 victors over the travelling Gloucester City In what was the Iron’s fourth home win in a row.

The Iron welcomed a struggling Tigers outfit to Glanford Park in what was to be the first encounter between the two sides in their history. With the visitors languishing down the lower reaches of the National League North table, United manager Jimmy Dean was looking to extend his side’s unbeaten run to five games.

Dean was forced to make one change from the starting side that dominantly saw off Banbury United 2-0 in midweek, as Scunthorpe’s 2022-23 player of the season Reagan Ogle was forced off the pitch with a shoulder ligaments injury that will see him miss at a minimum the next four-to-six weeks of action. Replacing Ogle was versatile defender Ross Barrows who made his way into the starting XI after thoroughly impressing on Tuesday night. Elsewhere there was positive inclusion for the Iron as defender Maxi Kouogun returned to the squad for the first time since picking up a lengthy injury against Chorley in late October.

After a short silence and service to commemorate the fallen service men and women on Remembrance Day, midfield maestro Jacob Butterfield got the game underway for the Iron. The game’s early stages were incredibly even as both sides saw stages of possession but neither side was able to create or capitalise on any opportunities.

Five minutes into the tie, the Iron got their first sight of goal through Butterfield, who waltzed inside of the area dazzling multiple Tigers defenders with some slick footwork before powering a driven effort across the face of goal that marginally eluded Danny Whitehall’s outstretched boot.

Following more exchanges in possession, Scunthorpe claimed a much-needed lead through Mr Reliable. Vastly experienced midfielder, Butterfield, found himself with space on the edge of the visitors’ area and released a stunning left footed effort that bounced just past the onlooking Zach Jeacock between the Tiger’s posts to make it 1-0.

Now with the advantage, United went immediately on the hunt to extend, primarily creating down the right flank with Barrows more than justifying his place in the starting XI. Following a corner that had been swept away by former Iron defender Ben Richards-Everton, Barrows remained in the final third and was there to receive a pass from Butterfield before being brought down for what seemed a clear-cut penalty. However, referee Helen Conley waved away the claret and blue appeals with a shake of her head.

With the score line still marginal, Gloucester were thoroughly still in with a fighting chance and came their closest to finding an equaliser through captain Joe Hanks. Another familiar face around Glanford Park for the visitors was wing-back Jamie Reckord who floated a delicate free-kick to the back post where the ball landed at the feet of Hanks who bloomed the ball wide of Ross Fitzsimons’ post much to the shot stopper’s relief.

The remainder of the half was that of half-chances with Butterfield carrying on his stellar performance playing the role of orchestrator of his rampant teammates. Free-kicks had been Scunthorpe’s speciality so far this season and attempts from both Connor Smith and Danny Whitehall whistled wide of the goal, despite these attempts the Iron were held to the 1-0 score line going into the half-time break.

With the sides back out, the Iron began the second period of play increasingly brighter than the first and within minutes had almost produced a magnificent second goal through Whitehall and Jason Law combining. Captain Michael Clunan broke away into a dangerous area and released Law in down the right, who brilliantly found Whitehall who somehow missed the target from point blank range.

Whitehall didn’t let his miss affect him, demolishing an effortless penalty less than 5 minutes later. In his last action of the encounter, Butterfield won the spot-kick with an expert run in which he glided past two players before being brought down by Richards-Everton.

With the gap now two goals, Gloucester attempted to return the blow and came very close to do so through Birmingham City loanee Ben Beresford who attained the ball after robbing the ball back high up the pitch, however his swerving effort from range narrowly missed the upright and settled in the seats behind the goal.

With the game dying out, the Tigers appeared to have been playing the better of the two sides but were unable to find a way through the fortified Iron back line. This defensive stability almost led to the game being well and truly finished for Scunthorpe as Kian Scales came inches away from doubling his account for the campaign as he sent a sensational finessed effort flying towards Jeacock’s top corner. The youthful shot stopper was relieved by his far post as the ball cannonballed back into play. Soon after Scales’ misfortune, Conley blew her whistle to signify another victory.

Two moments of Butterfield creative magic separated the two sides on the day with the Tigers fought valiantly but were ultimately mauled and seen off by Dean’s impressive Iron outfit. The result sends Scunthorpe back to the summit of the National League North table.

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Ticket News

Next up: Gloucester City (H)

10 November 2023

The Iron will be looking to make it five games unbeaten when they welcome Gloucester City to Glanford Park on Saturday, November 11th (3pm kick-off).

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United come into the game buoyed by their first away league win since August, beating one of the form teams in the division, Banbury United 2-0 on Tuesday. Scunthorpe have also managed to score six goals in each of their last two games on home soil, and will be looking for another convincing performance in front of a bumber crowd.


The Iron have three ticket offers in operation for this game as follows:

- Season Ticket Holders can bring a friend for just £10
- Group booking rates available for youth groups, grassroots football teams, etc
- The Smoking Goat offers tickets to Key Workers

After scoring six in each of the last two games on home soil, the Iron will be going for a third successive win in front of their own fans.

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 Bishop's Stortford game, this rate will be available until 12noon on Saturday, November 11th. 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: Pay on the day information will be confirmed closer to the matchday. Please note, executive seats and executive upgrades are not available on matchday.

Payment will be available via the corner booth from 1.30pm for supporters wishing to be in the Britcon and Mortz Stands. The main ticket office will be open from 11am.

Early Bird
Adult £18 £20
65+/U21/FT Student/Key Worker £14 £15
U18 £8 £10
U12* Free Free
Early Bird Matchday
Adult £16 £20
65+/U21/FT Student/Key Worker £12 £15
U18 £8 £10
U12* Free Free
Early Bird Matchday
Adult £33 Not Available
65+/U21/FT Student/Key Worker £25 Not Available
U18 £15 Not Available

*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: Mortz Property Services 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.

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