visiting supporters guide


The Brewery Field, located in the heart of the town, is the home of Spennymoor Town Football Club.

With a capacity of over 4,000, a wide range of new additions and a state-of-the-art playing surface, Moors’ home is now one of the finest non-league grounds in the country.

The ground currently has three stands. The Ramside Estates Main Stand, seating the majority of our supporters, media and special guests, the Motif8 stand, which houses fans at the North side of The Brewery Field, and the newest addition, the Great Annual Savings South stand.

The Tees Crescent side of the ground is a dedicated area for standing supporters and houses our Gantry and First Aid Room. This area is also allocated for away supporters during segregated fixtures.

Around the ground you will discover a host of hospitality options, with our two brand new fans zones located on the Wood Vue and Tees Crescent sides of the ground respectively.

Alongside The Neil Adams Sports Bar, which sits alongside the South stand, all the areas sell affordable food and drink in line with our Affordable Football For All ethos.



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



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.

There is also the option of Darlington Train Station, which is located 15.3 miles from The Brewery Field. There is the option of a taxi from the station, or you can jump on the number 8 bus route, both of which take around 35 minutes.

Both train stations has staff available 24/7 and there are help points on every platform.
There is cash machine at both train stations, as well as refreshment facilities, toilets, pay phones and shops.
The stations are fully accessible to wheelchair users 24 hours a day.


The number 6 bus route direct from Durham City centre bus station drops off directly outside The Brewery Field, collecting from the station every ten minutes from 6.40am onwards.


Spennymoor Town Football Club advise visiting fans not to park around the private streets surrounding The Brewery Field.
Due to parking restrictions operating on a matchday, we recommend making use of public transport wherever possible.
However, the club is working closely with local authorities to secure a safe parking area dedicated for supporters on match days.



Visiting supporters arriving at The Brewery Field have the option to enter from two different turnstiles. The Wood Vue turnstiles, located on the South East corner of the ground and accessible from Durham Road, is our most popular entry point.

Fans can also gain entrance to the ground via the Tees Crescent turnstiles located on the South West corner of the ground. These turnstiles are accessible via King Street.

For fixtures which have segregation in place, supporters must enter via the Tees Crescent turnstiles, which is information which will be communicated between clubs in advance of match day.

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