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Another Big Tuesday For The Imp Heroes Then!

The Imps go into this one, at Braintree, two points above Nuneaton and three above Barrow, who play Mansfield and Macclesfield respectively.  Both Braintree and Nuneaton will also play additional games on Thursday.  Gateshead play Grimsby at Boston and Hyde host Cambridge. If all results go our way we could be up to 16th, but if the worst case scenario should occur we could be back below the trapdoor with Barrow level on points, with a game in hand.

A massive welcome to Braintree fans visiting the site for the first time, thank you for reading the Form of the Foe courtesy of Neil Gentleman-Hobbs 

Oh ye of little faith, if the 16 Imp heroes – 20 shots on Saturday bless them –  can  keep up the work-rate and passion we can find 4 points from the trips to Braintree tomorrow evening and Alfreton on Saturday.  These days money and points do not grow on trees so you’ve got to pick a pocket or two boys you’ve got to pick a pocket or two!  One nil smash and grab – Believe – We Are Imps!

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Tuesday  25th March K.O 7.45 pm

GROUND GUIDE

Away Fans Prices Adults £15 Cons £10 U16 £5, U11 £3 Quag End Terrace (Cap 1000)

 

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The Iron sit 13th, by virtue of goal difference whilst the Imps sit 20th.   The condition of the pitch will play a huge part in things, although it has been a hindrance for the hosts in terms of postponements and the fact that they do better away than they do at home.

CLUB P W D L GD PTS
Kid’minster 40 23 8 9 32 77
Braintree To 35 14 7 14 -8 49
 
Lincoln City 39 11 10 18 -11 43
Nuneaton 38 9 14 15 -16 41
Barrow 38 10 10 18 -29 40
Ebbsfleet 37 8 12 17 -23 36
AFC Telford 41 5 16 20 -20 31

Braintreefc.pngBraintree’s Form

The Iron’s home form over the season sees them ranked 20th in the BSP, although it has improved to 10th over the last 5 with 2-0 wins over Luton and Grimsby. Away from home they have an enviable record that sees them sit 3rd in the current form charts. Fortunately we go to their place, although we will do well to score more than one against a very well organised defence, on a pitch that is best described as a swamp. The away section, or Quag End, takes its name from soft and swampy ground.

Recent Results (last game 1st) Results breakdown
Braintree 2                    
Nuneaton 2   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Braintree 1 Home  18 6 5 7 24 31 -7 23 20
Woking 1 Away  17 8 2 7 26 27 -1 26 7
Stockport 1 Overall  35 14 7 14 50 58 -8 49 13
Braintree 3 The last 5′s
Gateshead 1   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
Braintree 2 Overall 5 3 2 0 10 5 5 11 3
Braintree 2 Home  5 2 2 1 7 5 2 8 10
Luton 0 Away 5 4 0 1 14 9 5 12 2
Braintree 2 Form By Month
Grimsby 0   G W D L F A GD Pts Position
FGR 4 January 5 3 0 2 11 9 2 9 2
Braintree 1 February 4 2 0 2 5 6 -1 6 15
March 4 2 0 8 5 3 8 8

 

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Highest Home Gate 1133 Cambridge
Lowest home gate 421 Nuneaton
Average Home Gate 645  
Total Turnstile Clicks 11,610  

Braintreefc.png Heroes & Villains

       
Heroes Goals   Assists
Holman 10 Holman 8
Marks 10 Sparkes 6
Davis 8 Dayley 4
Dayley 6 Habergham 4
       
Villains Yellows   Reds
Habergham 17 Paine 1
Symons 6 Peters
Peters 5 Marks 1
3 lads on 4    
       
YELLOWS 43  REDS 3

Braintreefc.png Keeper corner- Nathan McDonald

Nathan only got his place back in the side in January, but the 21 year old is a popular figure at the club with 58 appearances under his belt.

Games Sub Conceded Saves Mins Played Clean sheets Mins per goal Yc’s Rc’s
12 0 19 56 1080 2 57 0 0

BSP Home Support – 2012/13 &, 2011/12

Welcome to the BSP home support for Luton, Grimsby, Wrexham, Stockport, Mansfield, Newport, Cambridge, Kidderminster, Hereford, Dartford, Lincoln, Macclesfield, Nuneaton, Telford, Woking, Southport, Tamworth, Ebbsfleet, Alfreton, Forest Green, Hyde, Barrow, Braintree and Gateshead.  Luton look likely to break the 100,000 barrier again this season, but even they are, 1400 down on last season.  The need for 3 up 3 down has never been greater you feel ahead of the League vote at the end of the season, with the average attendance in the BSP standing at 1,905 compared to 2693 last term. Write to your MP and quick!

Thanks as ever for stopping by and reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs 

As usual we give both the average and the total turnstile clicks for this season, as well as the number of games. For those inquisitive minds who wish a comparison with last season that is here to.   We have omitted last season’s crowds for those in League 2, The BSS and BSN last season. AWAY STATS  HERE

Team Games Total Turnstile Clicks Average Gate 2011/12 Total 2011/12 Ave
1 Luton Town 16 91,299 6,086 188,837 7553
2 Grimsby Town 19 72,323 3,806 76,085 3308
3 Wrexham 17 56,431 3,526 96.636 4,026
4 Stockport County 19 58,336 3,431 84,567 3,676
5 Mansfield Town 19 47,488* 2,499* 68,980 2,874
6 Newport County 18 41,904 2,464 31,042 1,349
7 Cambridge United 19 37,246 2,190 55,956 2,432
8 Lincoln City 20 42,550 2,127 53,990 2,347
9 Kidderminster Harriers 18 35,066 1,948 48,191 2,095
10 Hereford United 17 32,044 1,884  n/a L2
11 AFC Telford United 19 31,547 1,752 52,066 2,263
12 Woking 18 27,142 1,596  n/a BSS
13 Macclesfield Town 18 23,024 1,534  n/a  L2
14 Dartford 17 23,157 1,447  n/a BSS
15 Forest Green Rovers 18 19,548 1,221 23,796 1,034
16 Tamworth 19 16,890 993 25,237 1,097
17 Nuneaton Town 18 16,694 982 n/a  BSN
18 Southport 19 17,427 968 29,669 1,289
19 Ebbsfleet United 18 16,348 961 23,396  1,017
20 Barrow 18 16,045 943 29,015 1,261
21 Hyde 17 12,481 832  n/a BSN
22 Alfreton Town 17 11,780 736 24,454 1,063
23 Braintree Town 16 8,752 673 19,739 897
24 Gateshead 15 7,420 570 19,381 842

* Thanks to Martin Shaw Editor of  Stagsnet the no 1 independent forum and news site for Mansfield Town FC.

O’Connor, Cunnington, Green, Barnes-Homer & Jevons Eye The BSP Muddy Boot

The hit-men of Newport, Tamworth, Mansfield, Macclesfield,  Hyde, Hereford, Kidderminster  Alfreton and Woking FC are the surprise contenders for the Blue Square muddy boot. You have to look down as far as 17th for Luton’s Andre Gray and 20th for Lincoln’s Jamie Taylor.  Muddy may be a bit harsh, but this is a world away from the other Premier and will stay that way as long as 3 up 3 down is being blocked. Write to your MP and quick!

Thanks as ever for stopping by and reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs 

In joint poll position is Aaron O’Connor a veritable goal machine with 17 so far and no penalties to boot. Level with him is the silent but deadly of the Lambs, Cunnington who has slammed home 7 of his from the spot.  A goal behind the rutting Stag Matt Green, our nap for the title, who is tied with Barnes-Homer of Macc (did Luton let him slip) in joint third. The grim and gifted Jevons of Hyde in 5th, is showing age and lack of height to be no barrier in the BSP.  There are ten further back a goal or two behind and still very much in the running. If Clayton (Alfreton), Brown (Nuneaton), Crawford (Barnet FC), Elliott (Cambridge), Malbon (Harriers), Norwood (FGR) and Wright (Wrexham) started to taking penalties they would be well and truly in the mix.

Goal Machine Team
1 Aaron O’Connor Newport County 17
1 Adam Cunnington Tamworth 17
3 Matthew Green Mansfield Town 16
3 Matthew Barnes-Homer Macclesfield Town 16
5 Phil Jevons Hyde 15
6 Michael Gash Kidderminster Harriers 14
6 Nathan Elder Ebbsfleet United 14
6 Paul Clayton Alfreton Town 14
6 Ryan Bowman Hereford United 14
6 Bradley Bubb Woking 14
11 Tom Elliott Cambridge United 13
11 Anthony Malbon Kidderminster Harriers 13
11 James Norwood Forest Green Rovers 13
11 Harry Crawford Dartford 13
11 Danny Wright Wrexham 13
16 Andy Brown Nuneaton Town 12
17 Scott Spencer Hyde 11
17 Adam Boyes Barrow 11
17 Andre Gray Luton Town 11
20 Jamie Taylor/Waide Fairhurst Lincoln City/Macclesfield Town 10
20 Yan Klukowski/Ben Tomlinson Forest Green Rovers/Alfreton Town 10
20 Ross Hannah/Danny Hattersley Grimsby Town/Stockport County 10

BSP Away Support 2012/13 – Luton,Grimsby,Wrexham,Stockport,Stags

It’s time for the STMI Blue Square Premier away support for Luton, Grimsby, Wrexham, Stockport, Mansfield, Newport, Cambridge, Kidderminster, Hereford, Dartford, Lincoln, Macclesfield, Nuneaton, Telford, Woking, Southport, Tamworth, Ebbsfleet, Alfreton, Forest Green, Hyde, Barrow, Braintree and Gateshead. Outstanding support as ever from the Hatters – Luton that is and Stockport who have both had another shocker given their fabulous support ……but there is always next Saturday.

thank as ever for stopping by and reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs 

This article has been updated to include all 23 games for the 2-13/14 season. As usual we give both the average and the total turnstyle clicks of the travelling fans. Once again you were loud and should be rightly proud considering the prices and the climate. The average taken away in the BSP was 195 plus the shrapnel down by 15 on the previous season. The mighty Imps recovered from 183 to 228 after another shocker.

Team

Ave

Total

Games

Luton

496

11,399

23

Stockport

479

11,019

23

Grimsby

429

9,869

23

Wrexham

363

9,678

23

Mansfield

396

9,103

23

Newport

263

6044

23

Kidderminster

241

5,549

23

Cambridge

230

5,306

23

Lincoln

228

5,253

23

Hereford

214

4933.5

23

Dartford

151

3,475

23

Macclesfield

147

3,374

23

Nuneaton

130

2,999

23

Woking

102

2,337

23

Telford

91

2,102

23

Southport

90

2,082

23

Tamworth

88

2,022

23

Alfreton

77

1,769

23

Forest Green

71

1,644

23

Ebbsfleet

70

1,592

23

Barrow

68

1,407

23

Hyde

60

1,362

23

Gateshead

40

913

23

Braintree

39

722

23

The BSP Relegation Rumble

The Imps, Ebbsfleet, Nuneaton and Hyde find themselves a couple of points adrift of in-form Kidderminster going into this one. Barrow too are climbing after a thrilling 3-2 win against Southport. STMI looks at the runners and riders in the BSP basement battle and asks can the Imps climb from the abyss or will we slide further down the pyramid?

Thank you for reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs

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The Imps travel to Wrexham with David Holdsworth’s comments suggesting a repeat of last season’s 2-0 defeat. Though realistic, it is hardly IMPspiring for the faithful, or indeed the continuation of his tenure.  After a 0-0 against Mansfield, perhaps a more positive rhetoric such as ‘ the lads are focused, we will give it our best shot and hope for a repeat of the draw we got at the big-spending Stags. Who knows we may sneak it one-nil with the defensive spine and Jamie Taylor always giving us a shout.’ Clearly our failure to take points in a clement September, will make things hard in an October from the bowels of Hades. FC Halifax, though tricky, will give the Imps a cup day that should get the crowds in, but failure will surely spell the end?

Kidderminster are the side on the rise. They have already cut the Imps two points adrift along with the other three basement boys. Ex-Imp Gowling, typically,  has been the defensive rock upon which they have won three of their last four, enjoying a run of nine unbeaten games.  The injury sustained against Hyde is not as bad as feared, but the Lambs do face  tricky games against Stockport and Gateshead. They may block an impressive rise from bottom to 20th in the table. The Imps play Stockport at home after the cup sabbatical on 20th October, in a game we must win. A new management team, plus a decent away following would burst through the break-even gate figure.

Barrow entertain fourth placed Dartford suggesting they will not increase the three point gap on us, even if David Holdsworth’s prophesy does come true on the morrow. They then travel to Nuneaton and Stockport before hosting the Imps. Three six-pointers indeed, but successive 3-2 wins over Southport and Braintree certainly stand them in good stead for the battles ahead.

Nuneaton followed up a 3-1 defeat at Stockport with a 0-0 at home to Hereford. They will probably not fancy the trip to Luton, minus red card Fleetwood, although those are the kind of big days the BSP are all about for the smaller teams, sunning themselves after promotion.  The home game against Barrow will be the meat and drink matters they must have the stomach for, if they are to sustain their Premiership existence. Mansfield at home will be an interesting ask, perhaps even a defining moment for Cox, if he is still about.

Ebbsfleet drew with in-form Kidderminster before losing 1-0 to League Leaders Newport.  The home game against faltering Alfreton should yield a win, with the returning Carew a massive bonus.  They then travel to Tamworth and Telford,  two tricky duels.

Hyde are struggling after a 1-1 draw with Gateshead was followed by that psychologically humiliating 3-0 loss at the Lambs.  The tigers host Tamworth, then travel to Cambridge, before a vital home game with Alfreton. Another side pleased to just be here, November looks a very arduous month.

Saturday’s Games
Macclesfield
v
Newport County
12:30
AFC Telford
v
Grimsby
15:00
Barrow
v
Dartford
15:00
Ebbsfleet United
v
Alfreton Town
15:00
Hereford
v
Braintree Town
15:00
Luton
v
Nuneaton
15:00
Mansfield
v
Forest Green
15:00
Woking
v
Southport
15:00
Wrexham
v
Lincoln City
15:00
Stockport County
v
Kidderminster
15:30
Gateshead
v
Cambridge Utd
17:15
Hyde
v
Tamworth
18:30

The table 

Pos   Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1
down 1
Newport County AFC
14
10
2
2
27
13
14
32
2
up 9
Wrexham
14
8
5
1
23
10
13
29
3
up 18
Forest Green Rovers
14
8
3
3
25
14
11
27
4
down 2
Luton Town
14
8
2
4
26
21
5
26
5
down 5
Dartford
14
8
1
5
25
18
7
25
6
down 6
Grimsby Town
14
6
6
2
20
9
11
24
7
up 9
Tamworth
14
7
1
6
21
19
2
22
8
down 8
AFC Telford United
14
5
6
3
25
19
6
21
9
down 9
Macclesfield Town
13
6
2
5
24
24
0
20
10
down 10
Woking
14
6
1
7
25
26
-1
19
11
up 9
Gateshead
14
4
6
4
19
19
0
18
12
down 12
Hereford United
14
5
3
6
22
26
-4
18
13
down 4
Mansfield Town
13
5
3
5
21
25
-4
18
14
down 14
Stockport County
14
4
5
5
19
19
0
17
15
down 5
Cambridge United
14
4
4
6
27
28
-1
16
16
down 16
Braintree Town
14
4
4
6
18
22
-4
16
17
down 17
Southport
14
4
4
6
19
25
-6
16
18
down 18
Alfreton Town
13
4
4
5
17
23
-6
16
19
down 4
Barrow
14
4
4
6
19
28
-9
16
20
down 7
Kidderminster Harriers
14
3
6
5
17
15
2
15
21
down 21
Lincoln City
14
3
4
7
15
21
-6
13
22
down 22
Nuneaton
14
2
6
6
20
29
-9
12
23
down 1
Ebbsfleet United
14
2
4
8
20
31
-11
10
24
down 24
Hyde FC
13
1
4
8
15
25
-10
7

Silkmen, The Heed & Then The Honeymoon’s Over. Could Mansfield Era Revisit Reg?

Certainly the opening five, against Kidderminster Harriers, Cambridge United, Newport County, Macclesfield Town and Gateshead were never going to be easy, but the next five, against Ebbsfleet, Alfreton, Telford, Hyde and Tamworth are the ones upon which Holdsworth could and, rightly, should be judged.  It will be an interesting test as two wheeler-dealers – Holdsworth and King – go head-to-head on Saturday, to prove whose methods work best on the field.

Vic Erzantarz gives it to you straight and with both barrels as usual.

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I see the local paper is already painting a sympathetic picture again. Duffy now out, Holdsworth needing 2-3 more – and remember he had already got a threadbare squad, particularly in midfield, with Bore out. Indeed, the Sincil spin merchants do seem to be peddling faster than an Olympic cyclist, even though we are surely still on the first lap. The squad, now 26 (before the two injured and just mentioned and the three on loan plus the highest earner not even getting a look), had been envisaged as 21 to 23 when the £400k budget was first sent round the BSP media.  This excludes the manager and physiotherapist,  which adds close on 25% and, did not leave sufficient for an assistant, of course.

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So we need midfielders, yet even before Duffy’s injury, the threadbare budget had stretched to another forward first. OK, so it is on a non-contract basis, but once again the goalposts are being moved to suit. The non-contract deal is a curious one where we cover expenses unless the player plays, but it is still draining a club that the manager says “he will never bankrupt”. Perhaps not directly but it already appears on its knees with just 1943 for the first game of the season, on a Saturday too.  Barraclough (Trinity loan bound probably more for reinforcement justification than footballing reasons) and Connor are not getting a look-in and Vadaine looks to be falling down the pecking order too,  at a club that can ill-afford 6 forwards, as you can guess another is coming as Reg has now conveniently allowed the squad to drop down to 25.  Bob has said we will lose money this season remember, on a budgeted 2000 average gate, when everyone knows we need 3,000 yet still the merry-go-round is set to continue. You have to ask who benefits?

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The midfield need is perhaps the most perplexing. Loans aside, we have 10, of which two are injured (Platt and Bore).   This is the full dozen for those that have lost count – Luke Dayley, Adam Smith, Gary Mills, Peter Bore, Alan Power, Jake Sheridan, Nicky Nicolau, Conal Platt, Geoffrey Gouveia, Frazer Cobb, Karl Cunningham.  Youth does not look as if it is going to get too much of a chance does it, even though young Connor, who has signed a triumphant new deal can play wide or as an out and out striker.

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Given McCammon is back, who is for a double dose of jobs for me boys then, as perhaps Tyrone or another ex-Mansfield lad returns. But then Holdsworth’s tried and trusted are so hard to keep track of you can take your pick from any of these 58 – please feel free to email your Uncle Vic if we have missed any:-

Permanent

Gary Mills (Stevenage),  Tyrone Thompson (Torquay), Adam Smith (York), Rob Duffy (Newport),  Kyle Perry (Port Vale),  Jake Speight (Droylsden),  Alan Marriott (Rushden), Curtis Woodhouse (Rushden), Daryl Clare (Rushden), Craig Armstrong (Kidderminster), Luke Jones (Kidderminster), Louis Briscoe (Ilkeston),  Paul Heckingbottom (Bradford), Craig Dobson (free agent), Ollie Hotchkiss (Leeds), Michael Brough (Torquay), Jon Challinor (Cambridge), Andy Burgess (Luton), Luke Foster (Oxford), Neil Collett (Coventry), Jon Shaw (Rochdale), Paul Connor (Lincoln), Steve Foster (Blyth Spartans),  Dan Whatsize (Chesterfield),  Scott Garner (Leicester), Curtis Shaw (Ilkeston), Anthony Howell (Ilkeston), Gianluca Havern (free agent), Paul Mayo (Notts County), Neil MacKenzie (Notts County), Scott Gardner (Leeds), Ryan Williams (Weymouth),  Kyle Nix (Bradford), Tim Sandercombe (Notts County), Luke Graham (Kettering), Steven Istead (Ilkeston), Blair Sturrock (Torquay), Ed Eley (free agent), Chris Smith (Tamworth), Paul Stonehouse (Forest Green), Kevin Sandwith (Oxford), Ashley Cain (Coventry), Keigan Parker (Oldham), Luke Medley (free agent), Lee Gregory (free agent), Adam Murray (Oxford), Danny Mitchley (free agent), Mark Preece (Forest Green).

Loans

Mihkel Aksalu (Sheffield United), Rhys Day (Oxford), Simon Grand (Fleetwood), Steve Cook (Brighton), Kevin Pilkington (Luton), Peter Vincenti (Stevenage), Tomi Ameobi (Doncaster), Levi Porter (Leicester), Lee Morris (Hereford), Andy Nicholas (Rotherham),

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One thing Holdsworth does seem to have remedied, is his penchant for changing the formation, as well as the faces, on a match-by-match basis. But then these are early days, he does love to counter the opposition by all accounts.  Many of you may feel I am not a Holdsworth fan. Far from it, can’t afford to be as an Imps fan, in a game where the ends have always justified the means behind the scenes.   Holdsworth’s honeymoon will be over come the Gateshead final whistle because Ebbsfleet, Alfreton, Telford, Hyde, Tamworth and Nuneaton will need to see at least a dozen points if we are to be out of the danger zone this season.  Because then we face Forest Green,  Luton, Mansfield, Wrexham and Stockport before  November is upon us.  The end of October is not a traditionally happy one for Lincoln City managers is it? Bet their will be no shortage of Cabbies willing to drive him for free if it all goes pear-shaped.

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You feel the fans and ‘supporters’ may have been placated and sidetracked, but the shouts for Holdsworth out, never far from the surface even now,  will bring it all home.  Holdsworth needs to deliver, not just for himself, but to stop the whole thing crashing down. Failure and the distrust for the Holding company will be a faux pas too far for Bob.   That could see revolutionary ramifications for the Imps, perhaps good, perhaps bad.  David Holdsworth meanwhile will be fine as he plays the PR game far better than the Imps. He will still have plenty of sympathy judging by the pauper pearls of wisdom we have seen in print.  Alas the Imps also wont have a Millionaire called Radford to buy them out of the manure. As we look at the road ahead, could the Mansfield nemesis on October 9, be his undoing or will the post honeymoon bonhomie be gone long before as those ‘supporters’ throw in the towel and vote with their feet?

Lincoln City 1 0 Kidderminster
Taylor (39) 2,112 with 1943Imps
Cambridge Utd 2 1 Lincoln City
 Elliott (03)
Moke (81)
Boyce (39)  2,546 with 278 Imps
Newport County 2 1 Lincoln City
 O’Connor (7 & 27) Taylor (51)  3,022 with 71 Imps

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AUGUST 2012
Sat 25th Lincoln City V Macclesfield Town 15:00
Mon 27th Gateshead v Lincoln City 15:00

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SEPTEMBER 2012
Sat 01st Lincoln City v Ebbsfleet United 15:00
Tue 04th Lincoln City v Alfreton Town 19:45
Sat 08th AFC Telford v Lincoln City 15:00
Sat 15th Lincoln City v Hyde 15:00
Sat 22nd Tamworth v Lincoln City 15:00
Tue 25th Lincoln City v Nuneaton 19:45
Fri 28th Forest Green v Lincoln City 19:45

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OCTOBER 2012
Sat 06th Lincoln City v Luton 15:00
Tue 09th Mansfield v Lincoln City 19:45
Sat 13th Wrexham v Lincoln City 15:00
Sat 27th Lincoln City v Stockport 15:00

BSP Away Ticket Prices 2012/13

How much will it cost to get in at Luton Town, Grimsby Town, Stockport County,  Hereford United, Mansfield Town, Lincoln City, Wrexham, Alfreton, Telford, Barrow, Braintree, Cambridge, Dartford, Ebbsfleet, Forest Green, Gateshead, Hyde, Kidderminster, Macclesfield Town, Newport Co, Nuneaton, Southport, Tamworth and Woking next season.

Team Adults Conc Child Stand/terrace & capacity
Alfreton 18 12 12 Alma St End -seats & terracing
AFC Telford 13 10 5 Frank Nagington terrace (1300)
Barrow 14 11 6 Holker St End terrace
Braintree 15 10 5 Quag End terrace (750)
Cambridge Utd 17 12 8 South Stand seats (1600)
Dartford 15 8 8 Seating No data £3 for U11’s
Ebbsfleet 15 10 5 Swanscombe End terrace
Forest Green (FGR) 15 10 3 EESI Stand seats (500)
Gateshead 14 9 2 East stand terracing
Grimsby 18 12 8 Osmond Stand seats (2200) £2 off early bird
Hereford 16 13 U11 – 3 Cargill (Edgar Street) Stand seats
14 10 U11 – 3 Cargill Stand Terracing
Hyde FC 16 9 6 shared only 500 seats in the ground
14 7 4 Terrace 1250
Kidderminster 17 11 11 East Stand seating (300+) U8’s free
14 8 5 South Stand Terrace (1500) U8’s free
Lincoln City 18 13 7 Co Op stand seats (1900)  £2 off early bird
Luton 18 13 8 Oak Road Stand seats (1500)
Macclesfield 12 9 4 Silkmen Terrace (1500) U12’s £3
14 10 3 Henshaw Stand (450) U12’s £3
Mansfield Town 17 12 8 North Stand seats (1800) U10’s £4
Newport 17 13 8 U12’s £5 no details due to new groundshare
Nuneaton 12 8 5 U11 £2
Southport 12.5 9 9 Blowick End terrace (1200)
Stockport 18 11 3 Railway End, seats (1,558) U7’s free
Tamworth 14 9 4 Meadow Street End Terrace (800)
16 11 6 Main Stand (100)
Woking 15 10 5 Tennis Club Terrace (seats avail at same price)
Wrexham 17 10 5 Yale Stand seats