Match preview: Weymouth (a)

The Spireites will be looking to get back to the top of the Vanarama National League table when they make the long trip down to Weymouth on Saturday. Weymouth haven’t won in the National League since October 2021; Chesterfield will be doing everything he can to ensure that doesn’t change on Saturday.

Here’s all you need to know…

Date: Saturday, February 12, 2022

Kick-off: 3pm

Competition: National League

Opponents: Weymouth FC

Where: Bob Lucas Stadium 


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Live radio commentary

Our in-house radio station, 1866 Sport, will provide commentary of all our National League games over the 2021/22 season. Supporters will be able to listen to full match commentary on the game, as well as pre-match/post-match analysis.  

Don’t forget that 1866 Sport is on air 24-hours a day, seven days a week! 

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It is also available via Alexa.

Commentary is provided by Phil Tooley. It is sponsored by iDeal Flooring – check out their website here:

Social media

Our official Twitter page ( will provide regular updates on the match. It is also the place to find our exclusive goal GIFs, which are used when a player scores a goal. 

Key news will also be posted on our Facebook page, which can be found here:

Our official Instagram page will keep you posted with key moments and content throughout the day on our stories:

The post-match interview with Danny Webb will be posted to our YouTube channel soon after the game is finished:

Highlights of the game will also be posted to our YouTube Channel. 

Luke Croll is a doubt for the fixture, after going off injured on Tuesday night against Stockport. However, with Laurence Maguire, Tyrone Williams, and Calvin Miller waiting in the wings, there are plenty of options to choose from.

Jeff King will not feature in this fixture as he is now suspended for the next three games after receiving a straight red card against Stockport County. 

Curtis Weston was left out of the squad on Tuesday, as he is still recovering from his injury. The midfielder will be hoping he is deemed fit enough to come back into the mix on Saturday. 

Jak McCourt, who has put in two magnificent performances since coming back into the side in the last couple of weeks, will be hoping to keep his place in the starting XI. 

Meanwhile, Nathan Tyson has returned to the club following his loan spell at Alfreton Town, where he picked up a knee injury. The striker is unlikely to feature in the coming weeks.

Fact file

Name: Weymouth FC

Nicknames: The Terras

Founded: 1890

Stadium: Bob Lucas Stadium

Address: Radipole Lane, Weymouth, England, DT49XJ

Capacity: 6,600

Manager: David Oldfield 

On Weymouth FC

Weymouth FC have floated around the non-league pyramid for several years since their formation in 1890. The club beat Dartford at Wembley to gain promotion to the National League in 2020. 

They famously beat Manchester United back in 1987, they also drew with European Cup winners, Nottingham Forest, back in 2005.

The club will be fighting for survival this season, as they currently sit 21st in the National League and have failed to win in any of their previous 12 league fixtures. 

One to watch

Josh McQuoid is an English striker, who has scored plenty of goals in the English Football League over his career. His previous clubs include Millwall FC, AFC Bournemouth and Coventry City. He has scored five goals so far during this campaign. 

The Spireites’ last three: (D/W/W)

Won – Eastleigh 0-1 Chesterfield – National League

Won – Chesterfield 2-1 Dagenham & Redbridge – National League

Drew – Stockport 2-2 Chesterfield – National League

The Terras’ last three: (L/L/L)

Lost – Weymouth 1-2 Dagenham – National League

Lost – Weymouth 0-1 Aldershot – National League

Lost – King’s Lynne 3-0 Weymouth – National League

The Spireites comfortably beat Weymouth 4-0 at the Technique Stadium back in November.