UP NEXT: Mangotsfield United F.C. (H)

Manager Lee Lashenko will be hoping that his side can turn one point into four on Monday afternoon when rivals Mangotsfield United visit the Creek to conclude the club’s bank holiday schedule. 

The Mangos will also be hoping for a positive result come Monday evening, after suffering a heavy defeat against league newcomers Plymouth Parkway 6-0 at Cossham Street. Hot off the press from  Saturday’s score draw against Larkhall Athletic, Lashenko has issued a warning to his players ahead of the derby day fixture.

“Mangotsfield are another good, young side that we will need to be careful of,” Lashenko began. “Their manager is proven at this level, managed some good clubs, and is fully motivated to do well there.

“They had a good FA Cup win last week and there seems to be a good buzz around the place. That being said, there’s also a great buzz at the place here – and we’re hoping to turn yesterday’s point into four and kick on from that,” Lashenko said.


Ticket Information

We are pleased to announce that spectators can purchase tickets by cash or debit/credit card on the turnstiles. Ticket prices for Monday’s match are as follows:

  • Adults: £8
  • Concessions: £5
  • Under-16s: £2
  • Under-12s: FREE

Travel Information

For supporters looking to make the fixture at the Creek tomorrow afternoon, visitors should remind themselves using our contact page HERE.

There are no COVID-19 restrictions for Monday’s match, however we urge that any supporters that have tested positive, or have symptoms, for COVID must refrain from attending. You can familiarise yourself with our BMF Risk Assessment.

The Opposition

Mangotsfield United Football Club is a football club based in Mangotsfield, Bristol, England. They are currently members of the Southern League Division One South and play at Cossham Street. The club was formed in 1951 after Mangotsfield Football Club closed down its reserve team.

After winning the Gloucestershire Senior Cup in 2002–03, they won the Western Division the following season, earning promotion to the Premier Division.

However, after finishing bottom of the Premier Division in 2008–09, they were relegated back to Division One South & West.

A third-place finish in 2010–11 saw them qualify for the promotion play-offs, but they were beaten 3–1 by Frome Town in the semi-finals. The club won the Gloucestershire Senior Cup again in 2012–13 and retained the trophy the following season.