The Seagulls return to Southern League action after two FA cup games as they travel to Harrow Borough on Saturday 11th September, 3pm kick off.
Weston come into the game after securing progression to the 2nd Qualifying Round of the Emirates FA Cup after a late Nick McCootie goal saw the Seagulls win at Flackwell Heath.
Scott Bartlett’s side currently sit in 10th place after 5 games with the most recent league result being a 2-2 draw at home to Tiverton Town on Bank Holiday Monday.
Saturday’s opponents play at the Earlsmead Stadium and have spent most of their history at this level, whether that be in the Isthmian League or the Southern League.
Harrow placed 17th and 16th respectively during the last two interrupted seasons.
This season they currently find themselves 21st and with just one win from five after a 3-0 win away to Hartley Wintney.
Either side of that they’ve seen defeats against Yate Town, Salisbury, Poole Town and Hendon.
Most recently, however, they have progressed in both the Emirates FA Cup and the Southern League Cup with a 4-2 win against Ramsgate and a 4-3 away win to Hendon.
Adult – £12.00
Concession – £6.00
Under 16 – £2.00
GETTING TO THE GROUND
Harrow Borough play home matches at Earlsmead Stadium, Earlsmead, Carlyon Avenue, South Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 8SS.
By Public Transport, Harrow Borough Football Club is near to South Harrow (Piccadilly Line), Rayners Lane (Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines), Northolt (Central Line) and Northolt Park (Mainline from Marylebone).
The closest train station is Northolt Park, which is just a five minutes walk from Earlsmead, after a journey time of 15-20 minutes from Marylebone. After leaving the station, turn right under the railway bridge, and take the left hand fork into Alexandra Avenue and next right into Somervell Road. Bear right into Carlyon Avenue, and Earlsmead is the second on the left.
From South Harrow Station, it is approximately 20 minutes walk to the stadium, or bus routes 140,114 or H9 take you to within a few minutes walk of the ground (114 or H9 being the nearest). The 140 should be taken in the direction of Heathrow and Hayes, leaving the bus at Alexandra Avenue. The 114 should be taken in the direction of Ruislip, leaving the bus at the “Kings Road ” Stop, the same stop if on the H9. It is then a 5-minute walk to the stadium.
Regular buses from Rayners Lane Station (H10 direction South Harrow Station), run as far as the junction of Eastcote Lane and Carlyon Avenue. From Northolt Station, route 282 runs to the end of Somervell Road. Route 140 (direction Harrow) takes you as far as the junction of Alexandra Avenue and Northolt Road.
Check up on the pre-match build up and keep up to date with all the action from the match with our live twitter updates – @WSM_AFCOfficial.
We wish all supporters a safe journey and look forward to welcoming you all back to the Optima Stadium for our next home game against Taunton Town on the 18th September.