Season Tickets 2024/25

Be OUr Twelfth Man In 2024/25

We are delighted to confirm Season Ticket prices for the 2024/25 campaign as we once again remain committed to providing affordable football for all supporters.

As well as our stunning prices across the board, highlights of this term’s Season Ticket drive is the introduction of even greater value for Families and Students.

We’re offering incredible deals during our Early Bird period which runs from Wednesday 1st May until Sunday 16th June, when fans can take advantage of some outstanding value on Season Tickets.

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Adults are being asked to pay just £10 per game as part of their Early Bird discount, while Seniors and Students can cash in with a £150 ticket which works out at just £6.52 per game.

Our new Family Season Ticket options incorporate packages for 1 Adult and 1 Junior or 2 Adults and 2 Juniors, with an extra layer of saving available for multi-Season Ticket households.

Disabled supporters will pay as per their relevant age category but will be entitled to claim a free carer’s ticket – simply email [email protected] for more information.

Fans can buy their Season Tickets online from Wednesday 1st May and we’ve kept the process simple and straightforward for all supporters.

However, if you would prefer to pay in cash then you can complete one of our printed Application Forms which are available from the Neil Adams Sports Bar.

Every supporter buying a Season Ticket will need to complete an Application Form, not just the person who is making the payment.

Season Ticket cards will be delivered to the Club later in the summer and we’ll have further information when they are available for supporters to collect.

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Spennymoor Town Season Ticket prices 2024/25


The Brewery Field
Wood Vue,
County Durham,
DL16 6JN


Affectionately known as “The Moors”, Spennymoor Town was originally formed in 1904 as Spennymoor United and enjoyed decades of non league success, as well as 18 forays into the FA Cup First Round Proper.  They reached the Third Round in 1937 and played West Bromwich Albion.

Reborn as Spennymoor Town, Club Chief Executive Brad Groves took charge in 2009 and has driven the club up the tiers of non-league football to its position in the National League North today.

the history of the brewery field

Every football club can point to somebody in its history who was both a visionary and a great benefactor, and in Spennymoor’s case, the early development of the football can be credited mainly to one man, Thomas Grant.

The roots of football in the town can be traced back to 1888, when churches set up teams. It wasn’t until 1904 that The Brewery Field became the home of a newly formed, stronger side that would represent the town. Grant knew that Tudhoe Rugby Club was struggling was close to extinction, so he used his contacts and following negotiations, arranged for the new football club to play their games there.

During the ground’s previous 20 years existence, the rugby club had erected a grandstand capable of holding at least a thousand spectators. It was called The Brewery Field simply because the field used to belong to the nearby Tower Brewery, and the dray horses used for pulling the beer carts, were stabled on the field. In July 1904, Spennymoor United, who would go on to operate for over a century, was born.

Following the demise of United in 2005, Spennymoor Town was formed and took occupancy of The Brewery Field. Radical improvements have followed, predominantly since the arrival of Brad Groves as Chairman in 2009, with every aspect of the ground taking on a new identity.

From its humble beginnings as a Northern League ground, The Brewery Field is now the pinnacle of Non-League football, boasting the finest playing surface, hospitality venues and sponsorship opportunities across the UK.


Our fantastic programme “The Moors” is available around the ground on a matchday, including at the Turnstiles via a dedicated salesperson and at the club shop.

Priced at £2.50, The Moors is jam-packed with the latest content direct from the STFC media team, including player and personality interviews, academy and ladies news, forthcoming developments, special offers and much more.


Durham train station is located 6.1 miles away from The Brewery Field. From the station it is easy to get a taxi to the ground or to hop onto the number 6 bus route.


The number 6 bus route direct from the city centre bus station drops off directly outside The Brewery Field and is only a short drive.
Valid tickets on this bus route also get a discount on entry where indicated on your bus ticket.

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