BROMSGROVE Sporting enjoyed its highest attendance so far of 2014/15 as the team triumphed 3-2 against Nuneaton Griff in the FA Vase.
A total of 319 went along to the game on Saturday (November 1) – 76 more than this seaason’s average league crowd which stands at 243.
It came after the football club’s director Phil Baker issued a rallying call through The Standard, urging fans to come and support the team in its big match.
Among those watching was Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid, who is also the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
He said: “This was a great game and a hard won win for Bromsgrove.
“It was a fun afternoon with a terrific atmosphere.
“I would recommend to anyone who hasn’t been before to give it a go and support our local team.”
Bromsgrove Sporting went behind and fought their way back for the victory – turn to the sports section to read the full report.
The Rouslers will face Borrowash Victoria away from home in the second round of the FA Vase.
That will take place on November 22.