Latest News

18 Mar 2023

Everywhere We Go

At a time when football fans are consistently given rough press when travelling up and down the country to support their team, it’s always pleasant to receive some positive candour.

Check out this social media review of Spennymoor Town Fans from our hosts at Kings Lynn at the MSU organised trip to the Walks Stadium…

All to often we get to see posts of trouble makers at grounds. This post is to say what an amazing group of supporters spennymoor have. They visited the walks (kings Lynn) yesterday and sang their hearts out not once causing trouble or being offensive. At half time kings lynn had a parade of the youth teams and every supporter clapped and showed pure respect.

Massive well done to all associated with spennymoor if only more were like yourselves the league would be a better place”

Follow Spenny Away, Fans at Kings Lynn 👏👏

Follow Spenny Away, Fans at Kings Lynn 👏👏

13 Mar 2023

Review of Match Day Hospitality in the Country Durham Lounge.

Having been given the opportunity to sample the County Durham Lounge Hospitality, I thought it might be useful to supporters, thinking about using the match day package, if we provided a review of the experience.


I arrived early before 1pm and was welcomed to the lounge by Moors in The Community Lead, Luke Cowie. I was given a lanyard and a free drink, before Luke provided an overview of what to expect for the afternoon. 4/5

Prematch Entertainment:

Complimentary match programmes were available on the tables and the TV screens were showing the days early Premier League kick off.

At around 2pm Moors all time leading goalscorer Glen Taylor was welcomed to the lounge for a brief Q&A session.

There was also a quick game of heads and tails to raise funds for the Moors in the Community cause. 

At kick off you had the option of staying in the lounge to watch the game albeit from a very restricted view, otherwise a reserved seat was available in the main stand for all guests. 4/5

Food & Drink

There is a wide selection of lagers, ales and ciders available in draft, bottles and cans from a cash bar. Soft and hot drinks are also available. My choice for the afternoon was Hotwired Tuk Tuk a Pale Ale from local craft brewers Caps Off, very nice indeed.

Food was served at about 1:45pm, consisting of a thick gammon steak, roast potatoes, green beans and gravy, this was a welcome offering considering I was expecting something like pie and pies. At half time we were welcomed back into the lounge for a well presented plate of Victoria sponge, whipped cream and winter fruits. 4/5

Post Match:

The full time whistle allowed a return to the lounge allowing guests to mingle and discuss the day. We were soon joined by the players coaching staff, and club officials who took time out to talk to as many of the guests as possible, before a short presentation for the player of the match. Guests were free to stay in the lounge well into evening or to enjoy the facilities in the downstairs Neil Adams Sports Bar. 5/5


The bar staff and serving staff were both approachable and pleasant and went out of their way to ensure guest were as comfortable as possible. 5/5


I had an enjoyable day overall, and would be prepared to return for a special occasion in the future.

MSU member Michael Foster presenting the days Player of the Match Award

MSU member Michael Foster presenting the days Player of the Match Award

11 Mar 2023

Top Marks to the Snow Patrol 👏

At around 15:45 on Saturday, all of these volunteers would be forgiven for wishing they’d stayed in bed instead. 

An hour later moods switched from despair to delight after a quite remarkable comeback which was fitting reward to those who had set their alarms for an early shift of snow shovelling.

What is most remarkable is that Spennymoor Town supporters always go the extra mile when called upon.

All volunteers were rewarded by the football club with free ground entry, drinks tokens and refreshments.

Special thanks should be afforded to Hockings Butchers who turned up with hot pies for the workforce. 👏👏

7 Mar 2023

Unsung Hero!

MSU recognised the dedicated contribution provided by videographer Chris Rowcroft by presenting him with a unique gift thanking him for his service. Rarely can a football club boast such dedication, We are very lucky to have you Chris, keep up the great work 👍🏻

Chris Rowcroft receives his award from MSU couple Allan & Janice Gregson

Chris Rowcroft receives his award from MSU couple Allan & Janice Gregson

19 Feb 2023

Moors Supporters United donate to the Ladies Team Match Ball Appeal.

MSU further strengthened their commitment to the wider community by donating £150 to Spennymoor Town Ladies’ match ball appeal. The Ladies team are enjoying a successful season and are chasing promotion. We wish them well in all they do.

18 Feb 2023

Jason Ainsley Talk In

The gaffer, took time out from his match preparation to provide supporters with a candid update on the teams recent upturn in fortunes which he put down to strong dressing room camaraderie built around a locally recruited squad.

The playoffs remain the target and are now in touching distance in an unpredictable league, Moors’ recent form under Ainsley could prove vital when those positions are decided in late April.

12 Feb 2023
Former Spennymoor Utd Manager Tony Lee.

Former Spennymoor Utd Manager Tony Lee.

Rest in Peace Tony Lee

All involved with Spennymoor Town FC are saddened to learn of the passing of former manager Tony Lee.

Tony managed United in different spells from 2001 to 2004 and was a player, manager and scout for various other north east football clubs. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time.

11 Feb 2023
Turkey Earthquake

Turkey Earthquake

Spennymoor Town FC Support Earthquake appeal

Spennymoor Town FC supporters responded generously to a chuck it in the bucket appeal which raised £368.39 today. The Supporters alliance added a further £250 which was matched by the Football Club. Final total donated was £868.39 👏👏

7 Feb 2023

Ramage talks to Moors Fans

Former Newcastle United player Peter Ramage, surprised NASB patrons with short talk in hosted by Football Club General Manager Ian Geldard. This was a welcome addition to the standard match day experience which is usually only afforded to CDL guests.

Ramage spoke openly about his career and his current role within the Newcastle United U23 set up. He played over 50 times for United and we have him to thank for his part played in securing a loan deal for big Dan Langley.

30 Jan 2023

Talking Bull

Interesting read taken from Hereford fanzine “Talking Bull” Seems they have a better idea of what goes on at our club than we do 👇🏻

26 Jan 2023
Groundsman Mark Sleightholme leaves us next month.

Groundsman Mark Sleightholme leaves us next month.

Pastures New

I’m sure you will agree that the playing surface at the Brewery Field is a picture to behold. This is largely due to departing Groundskeeper Mark Sleightholme who has recently accepted a new role closer to home. Our loss will be South Shields gain. We wish Mark good luck and good health for the future.

22 Jan 2023

Donation to Paddy Almond Go Fund Me Appeal

The Supporters made a generous donation of £250 to the appeal for Paddy who sustained a brain injury during Darlington’s FA Trophy Fixture at Southend. We wish Paddy a speedy recovery and extend our best wishes to his family.

26 Dec 2022
Thanks for the years David.

Thanks for the years David.

So long old friend

We bid farewell to long serving Football Club Secretary David Leitch who leaves after an impressive 14 years of service. Supporters Chair John Magill and member Tom Morgan took time out during our Boxing Day victory at Blyth Spartans to present David with an engraved silver tankard.

Page:1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5
Created by Gary Campbell
Cookie settings
This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience.
You can accept them all, or choose the kinds of cookies you are happy to allow.
Privacy settings
Choose which cookies you wish to allow while you browse this website. Please note that some cookies cannot be turned off, because without them the website would not function.
To prevent spam this site uses Google Recaptcha in its contact forms.

This site may also use cookies for ecommerce and payment systems which are essential for the website to function properly.
Google Services
This site uses cookies from Google to access data such as the pages you visit and your IP address. Google services on this website may include:

- Google Maps
Data Driven
This site may use cookies to record visitor behavior, monitor ad conversions, and create audiences, including from:

- Google Analytics
- Google Ads conversion tracking
- Facebook (Meta Pixel)