The Brewery Field has been a fortress this season. Only Altrincham can boast a better home record than Spennymoor this season. Moors have collected 36 points from a possible 51, winning 11, drawing three times and losing on just three occasions.
In fact, The Brewery Field has witnessed the most goals this season out of any of the 22 grounds with 61. How’s that for entertainment value!
England vs Republic of Ireland Under 18 Schoolboys go head to head next month as The Brewery Field prepares to host its first ever international fixture. Tickets have been on general sale since the start of last week, with over 700 tickets already sold!
The fixture, set to be played on Friday 3rd April at 7pm, is expected to be a memorable and iconic occasion for the club and the area as a whole, so don’t miss out! Tickets will be available to purchase in our club shop, which opens at 1.30pm ahead of kick-off.
You can also buy your ticket online by clicking the link below!
Our special deal on replica kit continues at this weekend’s game against Hereford. 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!
Spennymoor Town Football Club is so much more than just a game in 2020. Of course, the high octane football at 3pm on a Saturday is the main event, but every match day now boasts a wealth of activities, deals and amenities.
This week, The Neil Adams Sports Bar will be opening its doors at 1.30pm, offering pints from £2 and showing Watford’s Premier League clash with Leicester City on BT Sport. Before that, The Moors Tavern is the best place to soak up the pre-match atmosphere with home and away supporters. You can expect cheap drinks there too!
Our match-day marquee will be offering high quality Rijo42 coffee for £2 and Hocking’s pies, as well as a new hub for supporters to talk all things Moors pre-game.
Spennymoor will be hoping to claim three points against Hereford at home for the first time on Saturday. The Bulls arrived at The Brewery Field in March 2019, signalling their inaugural trip to County Durham, and added to Moors’ woes after a rotten run of results in March.
Goals from Lance Smith and Tom Owen-Evans gave Hereford a 2-0 win, with Moors unable to respond despite creating a host of clear chances. After a 2-2 draw at Edgar Street on the opening day of the campaign, can Moors beat The Bulls at home for the first time in their history?
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]