Match Preview | Dagenham & Redbridge vs York City

By Ryan Brookes | Image by Tom Poole

The Minstermen are back in action this Tuesday evening as they make the 430+ mile round-trip to Dagenham & Redbridge.

Just three days after a 2-2 draw against Solihull Moors, Neal Ardley’s side will look to go one better away at an out-of-form Daggers side.

Managed by Ben Strevens, the East London outfit have had a less-than-ideal start to the 2023/24 campaign, winning just three, and currently without a victory in their last six games.

However, they still rank three places above City in the National League, sitting in 17th, yet the Minstermen can leapfrog their next opponents with three points on Tuesday.

City will likely be without Alex Woodyard and Thierry Latty-Fairweather who both picked up injuries in Saturday’s match, while Maz Kouhyar could also be a doubt, after netting a late leveller for York at the weekend.

On the other hand, Ardley is hopeful that midfielder Dan Batty and winger Callum Harriott will be back in contention.


Away fans will be situated in blocks 1, 2, and 3 in the SD Samuels Stand.

Tickets are available to be purchased online in advance here.

Subject to availability, tickets can also be bought on the day at the turnstiles (cash only).

Ticket prices increase by £2 on the day of the fixture, with the advanced prices available until midnight on Monday.

Young Adult tickets are only available in advance up until midnight on Monday.

Prices are as follows:

  • Adult – £23 (£25 on matchday)
  • Concession – £17 (£19 on matchday)
  • Young Adults (17-21-year-olds) – £14 (available in advance only)
  • Juniors (10-16-year-olds) – £12 (£14 on matchday)
  • Under-10 – £2

Stadium Postcode: RM10 7XL

Car Parking: No parking is available at the ground but street parking in the local area is available, please take note of enforcement notices.

By Rail: Take a train from York to London Kings Cross.

From there, you can get the underground from St Pancras to Aldgate East on the Hammersmith & City Line.

Switch to the District Line where you can get a tube direct to Dagenham East, the nearest underground station to the Chigwell Construction Stadium.

After exiting the station, turn left and the ground is the fifth left turn about 400 metres from the station.  

Please note, there is NO York Pullman Supporters Coach running for this fixture.

Keep updated with the game

As always, the best way to follow the game is at the stadium, but if you can’t make it to the Chigwell Construction Stadium on the night, here are some alternatives: