5 REASONS TO WATCH
MOORS FACE LEAMINGTON
OUR NEW MARQUEE MAKES ITS HOME DEBUT
Saturday’s game at home to Leamington will see a new addition to The Brewery Field as our new marquee makes it’s full home league debut. Our new match day hub is ran by the club internally and will work in tandem with The Neil Adams Sports Bar, offering fans a choice of pre-match and half time venues.
Unlike the previous marquee in place at the same location, you will get a full view of the pitch and have the choice of staying out of the cold whilst sampling the range of drinks. Speaking of drinks, the new marquee will have a dedicated bottles bar, serving the likes of Coors and Guinness.
With this new addition, you are now spoilt for choice!
Stella and Coors bottles are £2 each or 3 for £5
Kopparberg is £3 a bottle or 2 for £5
Guinness bottles are just £2.50!
BUY YOUR TICKET FOR THE GAME ONLINE!
CELEBRATE OUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
Saturday is a special day off the field as we celebrate the hard work of NHS staff and members of the emergency services. They will be allowed free entry as a thank you for their work and dedication. Look out for more details this week about what’s happening on the day!
LAST CHANCE TO BAG A BARGAIN
Everyone loves a bargain, and Saturday is your last chance to make the most of special discount on items at our official club shop. Located on the Tees Crescent side of the ground, our recently opened refurbished shop has been popular since re-opening.
Away shirts are now £35 for adults and £25 for juniors. You can get two-for-one on our casual range of t-shirts at just £15, and 2018/19 hoodies are on sale for a tenner!
ARRIVA IN STYLE WITH OUR CLUB SPONSORS
Club sponsors Arriva will be at the Brewery Field on Saturday launching a new priced ticket on for the number 6 service. There will be an Arriva bus on site with free giveaways and games before the big kick-off at 3pm!
Make sure you take a look and grab a leaflet to find out all about the new ticket prices and more!
ALL TO PLAY FOR IN THE PLAY-OFF RACE
The play-off race took another swing last weekend with Moors dropping to 8th following the 1-1 draw at Kidderminster. Darlington’s 3-0 win over Alfreton and Guiseley’s turnaround at home to Gloucester saw them move into the top seven.
Southport, who have lost their last five, were beaten by Boston, while Altrincham and Farsley were also on the end of defeats. Gateshead are gathering momentum and boast games in hand on Moors, so a result on Saturday is imperative ahead of a long trip to Gloucester the following weekend.
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]