No game? No problem! The Brewery Field will be opening its doors on Saturday to welcome fans for a very special open day event.
Altrincham’s progress in the FA Cup against York City a fortnight ago meant Spennymoor’s scheduled league fixture this weekend was postponed.
But, you can still get your football fix this Saturday at The Brewery Field!
Here are five reasons to come along to our open day…
The highly anticipated reveal of our Sports Bar takes place on Saturday! Spennymoor supporters will have the chance to enjoy a pint and a free buffet while taking in their new match day hub.
The Sports Bar is also fitted with BT Sport, so you can watch Newcastle take on Manchester City after the open training session ends.
You can get a pint starting from £2.20, including two of our very own Spennymoor Town branded drinks!
Following the launch of our online club shop at the end of last week, we are delighted to announce that our new-look shop at The Brewery Field will be open for business for the first time on Saturday.
Our temporary pop-up shops were highly popular in the marquee at the games against Southport and Boston, but now our merch will have a permanent home, stocking replica kit, causal wear and team wear, plus a full range of merchandise.
With December just around the corner, it’s the perfect chance for you to get a stocking filler or two!
Altrincham’s progression to the Second Round of the FA Cup, courtesy of a 1-0 win at York City, meant Moors’ fixture against Alty scheduled for this Saturday had to be postponed. Jason Ainsley’s squad will be training on The Brewery Field turf with a busy festive period on the horizon.
A disappointing 2-1 loss at Leamington last weekend saw Moors dumped out of the FA Trophy, but with a return to the Phillips 66 Community Stadium coming up on 7th December, there’s an instant opportunity for revenge.
Following the open training session which is scheduled to finish at 12.30pm, the players and management team will be heading to the Sports Bar to meet and greet the fans in attendance. This provides the chance to meet your Spennymoor heroes, get an autograph or take a selfie!
The football at The Brewery Field may be over at 12.30pm, but the live action will just be starting in the Sports Bar. Newcastle take on Manchester City at St James’ Park, and we will be showing the match live on BT Sport.
So stick around after and enjoy a drink, chat with fellow supporters and some fantastic live football!
Spennymoor Town is advancing its strategy to create more links with businesses and the community. If you’re a business or community organisation who would like to get on board with the club’s exciting journey and be a part of the Pride of County Durham, please contact Jonny Cope, Commercial Manager on [email protected]