The Spitfires travel to take on Bromley in their next National League clash on Tuesday 26th September, with a kick-off time of 7:45pm at the RELOC8 EM Community Stadium.


The hosts have started the season brightly and currently occupy 5th place in the National League table.

Bromley have only lost twice so far this season and have won four out of their last five games.

Last time out, they had to share the points on an away trip to high-flying Solihull Moors.

Ben Krauhaus gave Bromley the lead shortly into the second half before Kade Craig equalised for the hosts 10 minutes later.


The Spitfires have picked up their form in recent weeks and find themselves in mid-table in the National League at present.

Since Richard Hill and Jason Bristow took temporary control of the side at the end of August, Eastleigh have only lost once in the league.

At the weekend, a brace from Paul McCallum saw off Kidderminster Harriers in a 2-1 win at the Silverlake Stadium.

An early penalty from ex-Spitfire Gerry McDonagh put the visitors ahead before McCallum’s heroics turned the game around.

A win over Bromley would see Eastleigh move to within 2 points of the hosts in the standings.

Previous Meetings:

Bromley have won four of the last five meetings between the two sides.

The only exception was a goalless draw at the Silverlake Stadium last season when Eastleigh secured a point despite the dismissal of Corey Panter in the 52nd minute.

Bromley won this fixture last season when Adam Marriott’s double helped the hosts come from behind to win 2-1, after an early Tristan Abrahams goal had put the Spitfires ahead.

25/02/23 | Eastleigh 0-0 Bromley | VNL

03/09/22 | Bromley 2-1 Eastleigh | VNL

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

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

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

Preview by Tom Humphrey