FIVE reasons to follow Moors in 2018/19

As the dust settles on a memorable first season at step six of the English football ladder, focus has already began to shift towards the 2018/19 campaign which begins in August.

There has never been a better time to follow the highest ranking team in County Durham after our eighth place league finish last year. We are proud to be Spennymoor. We are the #PrideOfCountyDurham. Be part of the next chapter.

If you still need convincing, here are FIVE reasons why you should purchase your 2018/19 season ticket…

NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK

Following the release of the club’s retained list earlier in the week, we are set for an exciting transfer window, with a host of players vacating spaces which need to be filled by new arrivals. The core of the squad who gained promotion to the National League North in the 2016/17 season largely remains, and after Chris Mason agreed to sign a one-year-deal, the Moors stalwart is all set for his 10th season at the club. A mix of some of the old guard, established names and new signings point to an interesting season ahead on the pitch.

Ryan Hall joined the club last year from Curzon Ashton.

AWAY DAYS TO REMEMBER…AT A GREAT PRICE!

The National League North is the strongest it has ever been, with the likes of Stockport County, Kidderminster Harriers and York City currently applying their trade in the competition. This means we get the chance to play at some brilliant stadiums over the course of the season, and when you can visit the likes of Edgeley Park and Bootham Crescent for a small price, being part of a Moors away day is an experience not to miss out on! There’s also the chance to visit the five new teams in the league for the upcoming campaign: Chester, Guiseley, Altrincham, Ashton United and Hereford.

Moors took a large following to York City in the 2017/18 season.

DEDICATED MATCH DAY PUB

We want Moors fans to get the full match day experience when they visit The Brewery Field, and for us, it’s ‘Moor Than Just A Game’. The Moors Tavern, located within a short walking distance from the ground, offers the perfect place to start and end your day. Pop in to sample the electric pre-match atmosphere before the big game and take advantage of some great drinks offers. The Tavern was very popular with away fans last season, so it’s the perfect chance to have some pre-game natter and get your predictions in!

The Moors Tavern is the perfect place to go before and after a Moors game.

GUARANTEED ENTERTAINMENT

If it’s goals, thrills and spills you’re after, then Spennymoor Town is the side you need to watch! As well as the 97 goals Moors racked up in all competitions last season, they were involved in some brilliant games. From battling it out with Salford City in a snowstorm, to scoring a last minute winner at Blyth Spartans to spark wild celebrations, the 2017/18 campaign was littered with heart stopping afternoons and memorable nights under the lights. More of the same can be expected in 2018/19…

Andrew Johnson celebrates his goal against Solihull Moors in the FA Trophy.

value for money

When it comes to getting your money’s worth, Spennymoor Town is among the best in the league! The following figures are based on the latest prices available online as of 08/05/2018 for season tickets in the National League North.  Where 2018/19 prices have not yet been published, 2017/18 prices have been used.

They include season tickets which have access to standing and seating areas, but exclude season tickets for ‘standing only’ areas.

They do not include clubs’ ‘early bird’ offers and are on regular prices only.

  NLN Avge Spennymoor 18/19
Adult £228.09 £210.00
Concession £156.69 £140.00

The following figures show the averages of ‘North East’ clubs Darlington, Blyth, Gateshead and South Shields FC and the same stipulations apply as listed above for the National League North.

  NLN Avge Spennymoor 18/19
Adult £259.00 £210.00
Concession £162.75 £140.00