Ground guide

How to find your way around The BREWERY FIELD

Here’s everything you need to know about making your way around The Brewery Field.

Reception

You can find the reception on the East Stand side of the stadium. This is the first port of call for players’ guests, directors of visiting clubs, mascots, and Platinum Club tickets.

The reception is also the place to go for any general enquiries or problems on match day. 

RAMSIDE HALL ESTATES East Stand

The East Stand is our main stand – and compromises of 250 seats and standing access. Seats are non-reservable for supporters, however, there are reservations along the top row for Platinum Club attendees which will be marked out.

The press area is located above the tunnel. Any enquiries regarding media or press entry should contact @[email protected]

If you are looking for something to eat or drink, the marquee is located on the right hand side of the stand, serving alcoholic beverages, hot drinks, soft drinks and high quality food.

The East Stand also has disabled access and toilets.

TEES CRESCENT West Stand

The West Stand is standing only and has a number of food and drink options. Entry to this stand can be easily accessed via the Tees Crescent turnstile.

The MOTIF8 POND NORTH STAND

The Motif8 stand compromises of 489 seats and generates a fantastic atmosphere on match days. Seats are non reservable. 

The South Stand

The South Stand is currently undergoing work and will soon boast a small stand in the centre along with new terracing and the brand new clubhouse.

Parking

The club has made strides to alleviate parking issues on a match day by striking a two-year deal with Durham County Council to utilise the old Durham Road school site for match day parking. 

The parking will be run by older Spennymoor Town Youth FC academy players and the entirety of the small parking fee will be reinvested into the academy for the purchase of new equipment. There will be a small fee to park.