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Moors face the third of four games in the space of 11 days as they welcome Guiseley to The Brewery Field. 

Glen Taylor’s penalty five minutes from time on Tuesday evening rescued a point for Moors after Southport’s Jack Sampson had given the Sandgrounders the lead with nine minutes to play.

That goal could prove to be crucial as the need for points becomes even greater with only 10 games remaining in the season, especially when Stockport County won again to climb to the summit of the table.

Visitors Guiseley are currently one place and three points above the relegation zone having gone 12 games without a win since a 2-1 victory at Bradford (Park Avenue) on New Year’s Day.

Whilst many of those losses have been narrow, the Lions will be pointing towards their high number of draws as another issue. They have been involved in 15 stalemates in 2018/19, more than any other side.

The two sides played out a 1-1 draw at Nethermoor Park in November, a game which was played immediately after the Lions brilliant 4-3 win over Cambridge United in the First Round of the FA Cup.


  • Guiseley are currently on a 12-game winless streak since a 2-1 win at Bradford (Park Avenue) on New Year’s Day, drawing six and losing six since.
  • Five of The Lions’ six defeats have been by a single goal, with four of those score lines ending 1-0.
  • They have recorded the most draws of any side in the division in 2018/19 (15).
  • Spennymoor’s draw with Southport was the first time they have failed to win in the league at home since a 2-2 draw with Blyth Spartans New Year’s Day.
  • Glen Taylor’s penalty against Southport means the striker has scored in seven of Moors’ 13 games in all competitions this calendar year and is the first player to reach the 20-goal mark in the National League North in 2018/19.
  • Guiseley have conceded 22 fewer goals than the side directly below them, Ashton United, but are just three points better off.



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We got the views of Guiseley media man, Adam Bridson, to get the latest news and thoughts in and around the club.

Buy our match day programme to read the full interview with Adam!

How would you evaluate your season so far?

“I think we got off to a good start and had an excellent run in the Emirates FA Cup. Unfortunately, results have tailed off lately but after a big overhaul in the summer in terms of playing staff and a new management team hopefully we can secure survival.”

Which players have impressed you this season and who should we look out for?

“Cliff Moyo has had an excellent season at right back and has been solid for us, Rowan Liburd is our top scorer and a valuable asset to the side. Then you have Will Hatfield who has been with us for a few years now alongside Alex Purver.”

You begin the day three points above the relegation zone, with your last win coming on New Years’ Day against Bradford (Park Avenue). Do you think your performances have deserved more this year?

“There are some games we have deserved to get more points that we did, Monday night at Curzon Ashton is a prime example of this. We just haven’t been able to finish the chances off we are creating at times but hopefully that will come one day.” 

What are your memories of playing against Spennymoor Town?

“I have been supporting the club for around 14 years now and in that time, we haven’t come up against each other. There are a lot of our supporters who remember trips to Spennymoor Town though and mention how hard a place it is to go to. The game at Nethermoor earlier on in the season was a close game and one I felt we were unlucky to draw.”

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4/3/19 | NLN | Curzon Ashton 1-0 GUISELEY

2/3/19 | NLN | Guiseley 0-1 SOUTHPORT

23/2/19 | NLN | GUISELEY 0-1 Alfreton Town

16/2/19 | NLN | FC United 3-3 GUISELEY

12/2/19 | NLN | AFC Telford 1-1 GUISELEY


Linked with Chelsea in his youth Croydon-born Liburd spent four years at Thomas University in Thomasville, Georgia, on a football Scholarship and won several awards including the Sun Conference Player of the Year. On returning to the UK in 2014, Liburd signed for Billericay Town and then in July 2015 he signed a two-year contract with Reading.

The front man joined Wycombe Wanderers in March 2016 on an initial one-month loan deal and his loan was extended until the end of the season. Liburd then moved on to Stevenage in July 2016 for an undisclosed fee and was loaned out to Leyton Orient in January 2017 until the end of the season.


Spennymoor Town Football Club,
The Brewery Field,
Wood Vue,
County Durham,
DL16 6JN

Admission Prices:

  • Admission will be by payment at the turnstiles and the following prices will apply;


    Concession:* £9

    Juniors Under 18s:£4

    Under 10:*** Free

    * Over 60s

    ** Under 11 -18

    *** Accompanied by paying adult

    **** All disabled supporters will be charged as age applicable however a carer will be submitted

    free of charge however proof must be shown at the turnstile.

    Entry via Turnstile 1 in Tees Crescent is for Cash Sales only Adults, Concessions and Juniors

    Entry via Turnstile 4 in Wood Vue is Season Ticket Holders, E-Tickets, Academy Players Pass Holders, Press and Ground only guests.

    Entry via Turnstile 5 in Wood Vue is for Cash Sales Adults and Juniors only

    Entry via Turnstile 6 in Wood Vue is for Cash Sales Concessions only

    Entry via Turnstile 7 in Wood Vue is for Away Supporters Cash Sales Adults, Concessions and Juniors

    Supporters will be advised of changes when games are the subject of segregation or all ticket.

Travelling Supporters Ground Directions:

At Junction 56, continue forward on to the A1(M). Leave the A1(M) at Junction 60, then at the roundabout take the first exit on to the A689.

At Rushyford roundabout, take the third exit on to the A167.

At roundabout, take the third exit and continue on A167.

At Thinford roundabout, take the first exit on to the A688.

At roundabout, take the first exit and continue on the A688.

At roundabout, take the third exit on to St Andrews Lane.

At roundabout, take the first exit and continue on St Andrews Lane.

At mini-roundabout, take second exit on to King Street,

At mini-roundabout, take second exit on to King Street/Durham Road. Bear right on to Durham Road and take third exit on left on to Wood Vue.

Nearest Railway Station: Durham (6.1 miles away and a 15-minute journey in a taxi)

Nearest Bus Station:Durham Bus Station is in Durham town centre and the No.6 bus takes you to Durham Road, Spennymoor, in around 15 minutes.

Club Shop:Inside the ground and only open match days.


Parking at the ground is currently for players and officials with limited disabled supporter parking which must be booked prior to the fixture date by contacting the club on 07871206474 or [email protected]

Supporters are strongly advised to use public transport or utilise car sharing and give themselves plenty of time for travel.  Supporters are requested to respect the surrounding areas and show consideration to neighbouring residents. The local police teams may ticket cars that are illegally or inconsiderately parked.

Durham Road and Wood Vue tend to be very congested on match days so we recommend away supporters use the main Car Parks in the town centre, which is a short walk from the ground. Parking is free. Don’t however use the Iceland / Home Bargains car park as you are liable to get a fine or clamped after a couple of hours.

All spectators are advised to arrive at least half an hour before kick off to avoid potential congestion at the turnstiles in Wood Vue & Tees Crescent which will be open from 1:30pm on a Saturday/Bank Holiday fixtures or from 6.45pm for a midweek fixture for both sets of supporters.

Coach Parking:Contact the club on 07871206474



Half Time Raffle: £1

Golden Goal: £1


Wheelchair Users:Access via Wood Vue & Tees Crescent entrances and one helper per wheelchair

Prices:Helper admitted free of charge (Proof maybe requested)

Disabled Toilets:2 Disabled Toilets in ground situated on wood vue and tees crescent side.


Once inside the ground there are 739 seats available for supporters, 250 in the Ramside Hall Estates main stand and 489 in the Motif8 pond stand. These seats are available on a first come first served basis, there will be no reservations on seats for supporters.

The supporter’s marquee bar in the ground will be open from 1:30pm on a Saturday/Bank Holiday fixtures and from 6.45pm on a midweek fixture and is available to visiting supporters, it is located next to the main stand and whilst U18’s are welcome an adult member of their family accompanies them.

Refreshment area facilities will also be open and available from 1:30pm on a Saturday/Bank Holiday fixtures and from 6.45pm on a midweek fixture.

Toilets areas are also available within the ground with 2 disabled access toilets on either side of the ground.

Any persons that are deemed to be intoxicated and are a cause for concern may be refused entry.

Footballs are also not permitted within the spectator areas for this game.

Away coaches will drop supporters off at The Moors Tavern, which is open from 11am on a Saturday/Bank Holiday fixtures and from 4pm on a midweek fixture, they will then be sent away to park at the council offices at Green lane, Spennymoor, DL16 6JQ which is only one mile away for the coaches to drive.

The Moors Tavern is the club’s official clubhouse and is open to home and away supporters before and after the game (DL16 6QH) – just 80 metres from the Tees Crescent turnstile at The Brewery Field.

The Moors Tavern – (Max 200 internally with a 150 capacity to the rear)

King Street


DL16 6QH

Telephone: 01388 816417

The Moors Tavern is a community pub in the heart of Spennymoor.  It is affiliated with, Spennymoor Town FC, which makes it a perfect pre and post match destination for fans of the football club and visiting teams.  But the pub has been clear from the day it opened its doors in August 2016 that it

was not just a football clubhouse and serves the community of Spennymoor every day with live music, affordable prices and a friendly welcoming atmosphere, perfect for families.

Other local pubs who are official club partners and welcome away supporters are:

Tudhoe and District Victory Club

67 York Villas



DL16 6LP

Telephone:01388 814080

Parking within Spennymoor whilst being free is at a premium, therefore located within a 10-minute walk of Brewery Field is Tudhoe Victory Club.  We are prepared to offer free parking for comfortably up to 100 cars or 6-8 coaches on a ratio of (1 coach = 10 car) for visiting fans on the club’s substantial car park.

All of the club’s facilities would be made available on arrival for travelling fans (toilets, bar, Live Sports) plus if requested (numbers in advance) pie and peas or a selection of sandwiches and Tea and Coffee.  A free packed lunch and non-alcoholic beverages would be made available to all coach drivers.

Penny Gill

17 Cheapside


DL16 6QE

Telephone:01388 818849

Heavy metal posters and paraphernalia adorn the walls of this two-room town-centre pub, and live music regularly features. Two bars serve the two rooms, and the clientele is a mix of all ages and types.

Spennymoor Working Men’s Club

6 King Street


DL16 6QG

Telephone:01388 815811

Popular Working Men’s Club in the town with function room, toilets, bars and large snooker tables for supporters to enjoy some pre-match banter with affordable prices and a friendly welcoming atmosphere.