Eastleigh make the trip to Bromley on Saturday, 3rd September, with a 3pm kick-off. Preview in association with Unibet.



The Ravens have made an identical start to the Spitfires in the National League, only scoring one less goal as they sit one place below Eastleigh in the table on goal difference.

Bromley did get off to a stuttering start to the new season as an opening day 3-2 loss against Wealdstone was followed by a goalless draw at home to Altrincham.

Andy Woodman’s side did then go on to win their next three games on the bounce, with 1-0 victories against Torquay United, Aldershot, and Scunthorpe United.

However, in their last outing, a resounding 4-1 defeat away to Dagenham & Redbridge halted their momentum.

Last season’s top scorer, Michael Cheek, who netted 17 times in the league during 2021/22, has two goals to his name after the first six matches of the new campaign.


The Spitfires head into matchday seven in eighth place, one position above Bromley in the table.

Lee Bradbury’s side lost only their second game of the season away to Barnet on Bank Holiday Monday. Despite Callum Ebanks’ first professional goal late in the game, Eastleigh fell to a 3-1 defeat at The Hive.

Prior to that, the Spitfires were on a four-game unbeaten run with three wins and one draw.

Danny Whitehall returned to the side against Southend and notched an impressive brace to take him top of the early scoring charts for Eastleigh.

Previous Meetings:

Previous meetings have been fairly balanced between the two sides, with dominance flipping between each team

Last season, the Ravens did the double over Eastleigh with a 3-0 win at Hayes Lane and a 2-0 victory at the Silverlake Stadium and are unbeaten in the last three matches.

However, before that Eastleigh were unbeaten in 13 games since the 2013/14 season.

15/04/22 | Eastleigh 0-2 Bromley | VNL

30/08/21 | Bromley 3-0 Eastleigh | VNL

06/03/21 | Eastleigh 1-2 Bromley | VNL

31/08/20 | Bromley 1-2 Eastleigh | VNL

21/12/19 | Bromley 2-3 Eastleigh | VNL

Preview written by Tom Mulholland