The Bees will look to secure their first three points of the year – when hosting Chesterfield at The Hive London (15:00 KO) in the Vanarama National League.
All key information you need to know ahead of Saturday’s game can be found in this Match Preview.
Supporters can purchase their tickets online by clicking HERE.
Once bought, fans will be sent their e-ticket to their registered email address, which can be used to gain entry through the turnstiles on matchday. They can be printed out or scanned from your mobile device.
The Ticket Office will also be open on matchday for supporters wishing to purchase tickets, however we are strongly advising fans to purchase online ahead of arrival.
Adult – £22
Concessions* – £14
Under 17 – £5
*Concessions are those over 65 and under 21, tickets checks will be in operation at the turnstiles.
BRING A FRIEND FOR FREE
To thank you and show our appreciation for your incredible support throughout 2021, we’re offering all Season Membership Card Holders the chance to bring a friend for free!
More information can be found by clicking HERE.
HAVE A ‘DRINK ON US’
Season Membership Card Holders will be able to enjoy their ‘Drink On Us’ before the match!
To redeem your FREE drink, arrive at the Legends Bar no later than an hour before kick-off, where you will be asked to scan your card to receive your beverage.
Nickname: The Spireites
Stadium: Technique Stadium (10,600 capacity)
Manager: James Rowe
Top Scorer: Kabongo Tshimanga (19)
League Position: 2nd
IN: Calvin Miller (Harrogate Town), Stefan Payne (Grimsby Town), Jim Kellermann (Kidderminster Harriers), Scott Loach (Barnet FC), Jamie Grimes (Hereford FC), Jeff King (Halifax Town), Melvin Minter (Harrogate Town), Saidou Khan (Maidstone United), Jack Clarke (Aston Villa), Kabongo Tshimanga (Boreham Wood), Tyrone Williams (Solihull Moors), Dylan Wharton (Heanor Town FC, loan), Luke Croll (Unassigned).
OUT: Jim Kellermann (Tamworth FC, loan), Martin Smith (Hartlepool United), Jonathan Smith (FC United), Scott Boden (Boreham Wood), Will Evans (Boreham Wood), Grant Smith (Yeovil Town), Tom Whelan (Eastleigh FC), Jack McKay (Curzon Ashton), Milan Butterfield (Alfreton Town), Jamie Sharman (Matlock Town), Luke Rawson (Bradford Park Avenue), Regan Hutchinson (Guiseley AFC), Joe Rowley (King’s Lynn Town, loan), Kairo Mitchell (Notts County), Joel Taylor (Notts County), Adi Yussuf (Blackpool FC), David Buchanan (Retired), James Montgomery (Unassigned), Luke Coddington (Retired), Josef Yarney (Unassigned).
LAST TIME OUT
Ashford Town (Middlesex) 1 – 2 Bees
Middlesex FA Senior Challenge Cup
Bees: Jake Askew, Jordan Thomas, Josh Payne ©, Ben Richards-Everton, Mason Bloomfield, Adam Marriott, Reiss Greenidge, Sam Granville, Wes Fonguck, Serhat Tasdemir (Daniel Powell 60’), Sam Woods (Mitch Brundle 61’). Subs (not used): Aston Oxborough, Jamie Turley, Ephron Mason-Clark.
Chelsea 5 – 1 Chesterfield
Emirates FA Cup Round Three
Chesterfield: Scott Loach, Fraser Kerr, Gavin Gunning (Jamie Grimes 61’), Luke Croll, Jeff King (Calvin Miller 46’), Curtis Weston, Emmanuel Oyeleke (Laurence Maguire 73’), Alex Whittle, Jim Kellermann (Akwasi Asante 66’), Kabongo Tshimanaga, Saido Khan (Liam Mandeville 46’). Subs (not used): Nathan Tyson. Stefan Payne, Melvin Minter, Jak McCourt.
Born in Ipswich, Rowe enjoyed a playing career for the likes of Histon, AFC Sudbury, Leiston and Canvey Island before retiring, aged 27.
After hanging his boots up, Rowe joined Birmingham City as their Head of Education and Coach for the youth system. He stayed in the midlands for three years before joining the Premier League as a coaching advisor.
Stints at Aldershot Town and Gloucester City came next but in November 2020 Rowe signed a contract at Chesterfield until the end of the 2022/23 season.
When he joined the Spireites were 22nd in the league but managed to guide the club to 6th place in the following season.
The 38-year-old has enjoyed a successful season with the Spireites so far and has led his side within automatic promotion contention.
ONE TO WATCH
The 24-year-old came through the academy at MK Dons and made 13 first team appearances before spending time out on loan.
Tshimanaga left MK to sign for Boston United in 2017 but only lasted one season as he joined Oxford City a year later.
National League side Boreham Wood signed the striker in 2019 before he put pen to paper on a three-year deal at Chesterfield last summer.
The frontman has bagged 18 league goals so far this season and is likely to be a threat should he feature on Saturday afternoon at The Hive London.
Referee: Adrian Quelch
Assistant Referee: Daniel Cook
Assistant Referee: Joseph Stokes
Fourth Official: Paul Stratton
COME ON YOU BEES!