The Pitching In Isthmian Football League Sat 5 March Culver Road
  • Own Goal (5', 85')
Burgess Hill
  • Taylor (49')


On our last encounter there was no shortage of action at the More Than Tyres Stadium. The Hillians’ keeper – and former Lancer – Taylor Seymour was sent off after little more than 10 minutes of play, before Lancing looked like securing a 2-1 victory until Lewis Finney netted a last-minute equaliser against his former club.

View the report from our previous fixture here.

Form guides would favour Burgess Hill as victors going into this fixture. Recent victories against Hythe Town (3-0) and Sevenoaks Town (3-1) evidence how much of an attacking threat our visitors can be. Lancing under Walsh and Louis also have a respectable form going into this fixture – wins against Three Bridges (4-3), Sevenoaks Town (3-2) and East Grinstead (2-0) are only dampened by narrow defeats in the last 5 against Corinthean (1-0) and Faversham Town (1-0). Home form on the Culver Road 3G and in front of a big home crowd will only advantage Lancing, as they look to upset things in Saturday’s clash between 16th and 7th in the table.

Kick-off is 3pm – entry is £10/5/2 cash & card with programmes and golden goal available at the turnstile. Bar & servery open throughout.

You can view more details about admission prices and matchday information here.


Match Sponsorship

Our great thanks goes to Club Secretary John Rea who will be our premium matchday sponsor for Saturday afternoon, and to John Tvrdy for his match ball sponsorship. We look forward to welcoming you as guests this weekend.


Ukraine Crisis Appeal

We’ll be helping to collect donations for the British Red Cross at our Isthmian League fixture on Saturday – help us to raise funds for this urgent and important cause. More info.