This weekend Concord Rangers return to National League South action as the lads travel to Bognor Regis Town
The Rocks currently sit in 21st place in the league, and will be looking to earn 3 vital points as they, much like Concord Rangers, aim to climb the table and get well clear of the bottom three. This past weekend Bognor Regis Town were in FA Trophy action, and they played out a 1-1 draw against Hemel Hempstead Town, with the replay ending with a 1-0 win for Bognor Regis Town on Tuesday night
Concord Rangers had a long trip without reward in their FA Trophy fixture this past weekend, losing 3-2 away at Taunton Town on Saturday afternoon. Things were better in the league though, as the previous week saw the Beachboys break a 7 game run of draws with a 4-2 win at home to Chippenham Town. Those 3 points saw the side move up to 18th in the league on goal difference, and a positive result this weekend would help push the lads further from the drop zone.
To get to Bognor Regis Town by train, it’s around 1hr45 journey from London Victoria, with regular Southern services travelling to Bognor throughout the day. It’s also about a 12 minute walk from the station.
By road, It’s over a 2 hour drive, and the journey starts with a trip to the M25 by your preferred route. Once on the motorway head clockwise and cross over the Dartford Bridge, and travel around 27 miles until junction 7. Leave the M25 there and join the M23 southbound towards Brighton & Gatwick. Continue on for around 12 miles and merge on to the A23, before taking the A272 slip road to Haywards Heath. Continue to follow the A272 for another 7 miles then turn left onto Worthing Road/A24. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Storrington Rd/A283 and follow that until the 2nd roundabout and take the 2nd exit on to Amberley Rd/B2139.
There’s some quick changes now, the next roundabout you join the A29, then the following one the A27, and then back on to the A29 on the next one which you follow through until you turn on to Victoria Drive. Go through a roundabout then turn right onto Marshall Ave, follow that then turn left on to Hawthorn Rd, left again onto Nyewood Ln and the ground is on the right. There is limited parking within the ground for players, officials and disabled visitors. There is ample on-street parking in Nyewood Lane and surrounding roads. There is also free parking available within the Bognor Sports Club, via its entrance in Hawthorn Road
Admission prices are as follows: Standing – Adults £12.00, Senior Citizen £10.00, Under 18s £5.00, Seating – Adults £13.00, Senior Citizen £11.00