If there’s one thing that is guaranteed at The Brewery Field this weekend, it’s entertainment. Goals have been a common theme in front of our home faithful in 2019/20, with 58 being scored in 21 games in all competitions, an average of 2.76 per game.
In fact, Moors have only drawn a blank in one home fixture at The Brewery Field this season – February’s 0-0 stalemate with Brackley Town. We also boast the second best home record in the National League North, so expect the net to bulge at least once on Saturday.
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Every team has a bogey side. A one that they just can’t seem to beat, no matter the performance or circumstances. Telford is that side for Moors. The two sides met in the FA Cup in 2014 when Jason Ainsley’s side were in the Evo-Stik First Division, while Telford were applying their trade in the National League. Despite leading 2-0 with the full 90 minutes gone, two late goals earned a replay for The Bucks, which Moors lost 3-0. It has been the same story since.
Five successive defeats followed when the two sides collided again in the National League North. Moors suffered 3-2, 2-1, 3-2 and 2-1 league defeats, before another 2-1 loss in the FA Trophy. That run finally came to an end in November with a 2-2 draw at The New Bucks Head. Eighth time lucky on Saturday?
Our special deal on replica kit is still on offer at our official club shop. Grab an adult home or away kit for just £30, with junior kits on sale for just £20!
Support the lads in style for the rest of the season and pick up either our traditional black and white home kit or popular aqua away shirt!
One in four people will experience a mental health problem in any year. Over 10% of the population have depression at any one time. There are millions of people involved in grassroots football, right now, with mental health problems. With it being a major talking point in today’s society, it’s time for us to start talking about the issue of mental health.
Sport can help in people’s recovery, help to mange symptoms and can radically improve the quality of people’s lives. Whether it’s in mainstream, community football clubs, or in specialised sport and mental health projects, football can deliver massive benefits.
As well as the mental benefits, there are plenty of physical ones too! A study in June 2016 by LiveIt Health claimed that viewing a nail-biting football match on television can help you burn up to 740 calories! Not bad for a Saturday afternoon watching the Moors!
Take the ‘Every Mind Matters’ quiz on the NHS website to get top tips and advice for you and your mental health.
Spennymoor Town is a club which puts the local community first. As a non-profit organisation, all the money we bring in as a club is put back into our academy, which in turn helps out the local area by providing opportunities and opening for young children in Spennymoor.
By attending a Moors home game, the money you pay to get in goes directly into our academy and community fund, so you are helping out your local area by attending a match. Something to keep in mind next time you’re at The Brewery Field.
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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].