STOURBRIDGE Football club have declared their local derby match with Halesowen Town tomorrow night to be a complete sell out.

Club officials have warned supporters there will be no tickets available on the night after reaching their 2,300 ground capacity limit.

The so-called 'No.9 derby' has captured the imagination of supporters in recent times but recent meetings between the sides have been marred by anti-social behaviour.

As a result, both sets of supporters will be segregated.

Stourbridge supporters are being asked to enter the ground by the Church End turnstiles while Halesowen fans  should approach the ground from under the archway.

As a result of previous crowd trouble,  all under-18 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.

Stourbridge secretary Clive Eades said: "We are leaving nothing to chance. Halesowen stewards will be on hand to help their supporters while the police will have plain clothes spotters both in the town centre before the game and then in the crowd.

"We want people to enjoy the game and anyone turning up without  a ticket will not be admitted to the ground."