Pop-up shop ready for Saturday

You can get your hands on Spennymoor Town replica merchandise this Saturday from our pop-up shop in the match day marquee.

The temporary shop will be selling home and away kits in adult and junior sizes, as well as a range of limited training wear such as polo shirts, coats and hoodies.

Located in the marquee next to the main stand, the shop will house merchandise until our brand new unit is complete and opened later this month.

Moors host Southport on Saturday, with the ground opening its door to fans from 1.30pm.

YOU CAN PAY BY CASH OR CARD ON THE DAY!

The club will also be marking Remembrance Sunday at the game with a special ceremony and offer for veterans and armed forces personnel.

Find out more about our Armed Forces Day here.

BUY YOUR TICKETS FOR THE SOUTHPORT GAME HERE!

5 reasons to watch Moors take on Southport

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REASONS TO WATCH MOORS TAKE ON SOUTHPORT

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TWO IN FORM TEAMS GO HEAD TO HEAD

Saturday’s fixture is rightly being covered as the main game for the Non League Paper. The National League North’s two in form sides meet at The Brewery Field, adding to the already exciting appeal of the fixture.

Moors have collected 13 points from their previous five league games, while Southport have claimed one point fewer in the same period. Both sides have scored 11 times, while Moors boast the stronger defensive record, conceding two to the Sandgrounders’ five. 

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SEE THE ONGOING WORK AT THE BREWERY FIELD

If you were somehow unaware, there is plenty of work happening at The Brewery Field. After the final ball was kicked at the end of last season, the pitch was dug up and the new surface work began. If you haven’t seen our time-lapse of some of the work click here.

With the pitch now fully complete, work on other parts of the ground is almost complete. A new stand, club house, club shop and more have been ongoing over the past few months. Come and see the amazing progress!

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ARMED FORCES DAY AS MOORS REMEMBER

With Remembrance Sunday on the horizon, the club are marking the occasion with a special ceremony, as well as offering free entry for veterans and armed forces personnel.

There will also be an appearance from Bishop Auckland’s 8th Battalion Rifles who were part of our ceremony one year ago. 

In addition, a wreath will be laid on the pitch pre-match and a bugler will play the last post live.  Collections will also be held at the game.

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POP UP SHOP READY FOR THE GAME

You can get your hands on Spennymoor Town replica merchandise at the game from our pop-up shop in the match day marquee. The temporary shop will be selling home and away kits in adult and junior sizes, as well as a range of limited training wear such as polo shirts, coats and hoodies.

The shop will house merchandise until our brand new unit is complete and opened later this month.

YOU CAN PAY BY CASH OR CARD ON THE DAY!

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THE BEST NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL HAS TO OFFER

Visiting The Brewery Field on a match day is more than just a day out watching the football. Spennymoor Town has so much to offer from start to finish, providing you with the best there is to offer in the National League North and beyond.

Start your day at our match day pub, The Moors Tavern, soaking up the pre-match atmosphere with home and away fans, as well as enjoying our special match day drink offers and live sport! Once the doors open at 1.30pm, make your way through the turnstiles and grab yourself a copy of ‘The Moors’, our in-depth 44-page programme.

Feeling peckish? Our catering service, Ramside Hall, serve delicious hot food in our marquee, as well as alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages. Our match day host Andy Sixsmith will then get you ready for kick-off before the main event!

Match Centre | Brackley Town vs Spennymoor Town

Match Centre

LISTEN TO THE GAME LIVE HERE!

After the success of our live match commentary last season, we will broadcasting EVERY Moors game this season.

Spennymoor Town Football Club is on Mixlr

HOW TO LISTEN

  • The stream will begin at 7.35pm live from St James Park, with pre-match build up and team news from our commentary team.
  • The broadcast will begin automatically when you open this page. Refresh the page if the stream isn’t loading.
  • You can give feedback on the stream if you visit our homepage at http://mixlr.com/spennymoor-town-football-club

Moors make the trip to Brackley Town this evening looking to climb above their opponents and continue their surge up the league table.

A comfortable 2-0 win at Alfreton Town on Saturday afternoon propelled Jason Ainsley’ side one place below opponents Brackley, with only goal difference separating the two sides heading into the rearranged clash.

The Saints drew with second place Chester on Saturday, meaning their run without a win in all competitions stretched to three games. Infact, Brackley’s last win in the league was back in late September when they thrashed Bradford (Park Avenue) 8-0.

St James Park will spark good memories for Spennymoor fans after their penalty shootout victory in May’s play-off semi-final. After a goalless draw after 120 minutes, Lewis Hawkins swept in the decisive spot kick to spark a pitch invasion from the travelling Moors fans.

After collecting 13 points from their last five games, Moors are the form team in the division, and with upcoming home games against Southport and Boston in the next week, there is a chance to close the gap on Chester in second place.

LAST TIME WE MET

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  • Brackley have scored 16 times at home this season, conceding just three, the best in the National League North, however, eight of those goals came against Bradford (Park Avenue).
  • However, their last win in all competitions came a month ago against Warrington in the FA Cup.
  • After failing to win any of their first six league away games, Moors have won their last two without conceding.
  • Moors were the last team to win at Brackley, albeit on penalties, in May's play-off semi-final.
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points separate Chester in 2nd and Hereford in 11th.
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of Brackley's goals at home were scored in one game against Bradford (Park Avenue)

INFORMATION FOR MOORS FANS​

BRACKLEY TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB

St James Park

Churchill Way

Brackley

NN13 7EJ

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TICKETS AND PRICES


Admission Costs 2019/20:

First Team

  • Adults: £13
  • Concessions, over 60s & Students: £8
  • U18’s: £5
  • U10’s: FREE
  • Family ticket 2 adults 3 children £30

contacts

Click here for some useful contacts at Brackley Town.

THE MOORS TAVERN

Moors to honour armed forces

Spenymoor Town football club will mark Remembrance Sunday with a special ceremony and offer for veterans and armed forces personnel.

The Club will welcome any current or former military personnel for free at the home match with Southport on Saturday 9th November 2019.

The Moors created a partnership with Bishop Auckland’s 8th Battalion Rifles one year ago, which is being developed through this special offer and activities for veterans within the club.

The Vanarama National League North match against The Sandgrounders falls on the day before Remembrance Sunday 2019 and Spennymoor is using the game to honour the annual commemoration.

Armed Forces personnel are asked to present their military ID, discharge papers or armed forces badge at the ground’s turnstiles to access the offer. 

A wreath will be laid on the pitch pre-match and a bugler will play the last post live.  Collections will also be held at the game.

Tony Wilson, Managing Director of Spennymoor Town, said: “It is always a thoughtful and emotional weekend on the calendar when Remembrance Sunday comes around.

“As a club we’re doing more work within the community and building links with more organisations, including the military.  It is something I feel strongly about personally, as do many of our supporters, sponsors and staff.

“It will be an enjoyable day with an exciting match in prospect, as well as a poignant schedule off-the-field.

“Considering what our military do for the people of this country, free entry to the match is the least we can offer.  Indeed, I expect that we’ll do even more with veterans and services personnel as our links with community and public organisations continue to flourish.

Tony Wilson, MD of Spennymoor Town

“I hope to see plenty of veterans at the ground to enjoy the match.  I hope the lads on the pitch can put on a show that they’ll enjoy.”

The Club hosts Southport on Saturday 9th November 2019.  The ground opens at 13:30 for a 15:00 kick off.

Match Centre | Alfreton Town vs Spennymoor Town

Match Centre

LISTEN TO THE GAME LIVE HERE!

After the success of our live match commentary last season, we will broadcasting EVERY Moors game this season.

Spennymoor Town Football Club is on Mixlr

HOW TO LISTEN

  • The stream will begin at 2.50pm live from The Impact Arena, with pre-match build up and team news from our commentary team.
  • The broadcast will begin automatically when you open this page. Refresh the page if the stream isn’t loading.
  • You can give feedback on the stream if you visit our homepage at http://mixlr.com/spennymoor-town-football-club

Three straight league wins have put Moors in sight of the play-off places following a month of huge progress, but they face a tough test on Saturday with a trip to The Impact Arena.

The early battle for the much sought after top seven spots is heavily congested, with just three points separating Boston in 14th and Alfreton Town in 6th, and with two games in hand, Moors sit in a strong position heading into a crucial time in the season.

A 5-1 win over Gloucester at The Brewery Field last weekend provided more evidence that Jason Ainsley’s side have clicked into top gear in recent weeks, with Moors proving far too strong for their nine man opponents.

Alfreton won six of their first ten games in the National League North, propelling them to the top region of the division, but since a 2-1 loss at Kettering, they have won just once, with an FA Cup exit to King’s Lynn sandwiched in-between.

The two sides played out a 1-1 draw at The Brewery Field in March last season, but fond memories are attached to the last visit to The Impact Arena. On a day of torrential rain in December 2018, Moors hit seven past a stunned Alfreton to record a seismic victory.

LAST TIME WE MET AT THE IMPACT ARENA

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  • After picking up 16 points from their first 8 league games, The Reds have collected just six from their previous six fixtures.
  • Moors have scored 5 or more times in four of their previous eight games in all competitions
  • Jamie Chandler scored his first goal in 323 days against Gloucester. His previous goal came in the 7-1 win at Alfreton in December 2018.
  • Spennymoor are unbeaten against The Reds since promotion to the National League North, winning 3 and drawing once.
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the number of goals Moors have scored at The Impact Arena in their previous two visits.
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Glen Taylor has scored 6 of those goals, recording consecutive hat-tricks.

INFORMATION FOR MOORS FANS​

ALFRETON TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB

The Impact Arena
North St
Alfreton
DE55 7FZ
 

TICKETS AND PRICES


ADMISSION PRICES AT THE TURNSTILE AT THE IMPACT ARENA FOR THE 2019/20 SEASON:

Admission by PAYMENT AT THE TURNSTILE for each Vanarama National League North fixture at the Impact Arena during the 2019/20 season is:

£14 for each adult (aged 21 upwards)
£10 for each senior citizen (persons aged 65 and over)
£10 for age group 16 to 21
£10 for each student upon production of a valid student card at the turnstile on the day of the game
£2 for children aged 15 and under, provided that they are accompanied through the turnstile by a paying adult

contacts

You can find a full list of useful contacts here.

THE MOORS TAVERN

Boston fixture confirmed

The rearranged Boston United fixture has been confirmed to take place on Tuesday 12th November 2019 at The Brewery Field.

The game had to be postponed at the start of the season due to the ground works improving the playing surface at the ground.

The Vanarama National League North game will kick off at 19:45.

Bus travel to Alfreton and Brackley

Away bus bookings are now open for the Moors’ away trips to Alfreton on 2nd November 2019 and Brackley on 5th November 2019.

Both coaches are 57-seaters and places will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis.

NOTE: This season a number of supporters have booked seats on buses and not turned up to travel.  This has both prevented other supporters from making trips and lost the club money on already-subsidised bus travel.  For this reason, bookings for the Alfreton and Brackley buses must be paid on booking.

Because of this, places on these two buses can only be booked in person at The Moors Tavern.  We will not accept bookings via telephone, email, social media or online.

 

Bus tickets are sold at a heavily discounted rate as usual:

Academy player / Supporters’ Club member (Adult): £10

Academy player / Supporters’ Club member (U18): £5

Non Supporters’ Club member (Adult): £15

Non Supporters’ Club member (U18): £10

 

The Alfreton bus will leave The Moors Tavern at 11:15.

The Brackley bus will leave The Moors Tavern at 14:00.

 

Our away numbers this season have been brilliant – we look forward to seeing plenty of supporters again on Saturday and Tuesday.

Come on The Moors!