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Spennymoor Town Walking Football Club

Big Tournament For Walking Football Team

The Invincible's will go to toe to toe with some of the best teams in the north later this month as they aim for victory in the Benfield Over 60’s Cup.

Scarborough, Leeds and Carlisle are amongst the likely opponents along with local rivals Darlington.

Whatever the outcome it’ll be an enjoyable day giving the team an insight of what’s to expect in terms of quality for the coming season.

Best of luck 🤞 

Walking Football Club receive awards from Moors Legend.

Retiring Moors player James Curtis made a guest appearance and was happy to present the awards to the Walking Football champions at last nights Supporters Club end of season party.

The Invincibles - Champions 2023 / 2024

STWFC played their last away game in the Durham FA over 60, walking football league recently against a Gateshead side who have struggled to register a win this season. Despite this, they continued to play in the spirit of walking football, enjoying the experience rather than the glory of winning.

STWFC where quick to establish their dominance, scoring a number of goals in quick succession and were 10 goals up just before gale force winds and a heavy downpour of hailstones called a halt to the half. Walking was quickly forgotten as both team ran for shelter in the clubhouse.

Thankfully, as quickly as it came, the sun burst out and the remainder of the game was played in sun but with blustery winds. In the second half STWFC were unable to add to their first half tally despite peppering the goal with numerous attempts.

The final score was STWFC 10 - Gateshead 0, 

This results means STWFC have gone through the season unbeaten P8 W8 L0 so will be promoted to League 1 as Champions ready for the 24/25 season where they will face stiffer competition against well established teams, such as Benfield, Killingworth and Peterlee.

A big thank you and well done to everyone involved with STWFC in helping to establish this club both on the recreational and competitive level and a special mention to Stephen Clayton who finished the season on 22 goals, hopefully there will be more to come in the 24/25 season.

Next Fixture

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Over 50’s Non-Competitive Sessions

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Tuesdays 10am to 11am

Thursdays 2pm to 3pm

Coxhoe Active Life 3G Pitch 1

Saturdays 10am to 11am

Each Session Costs £3 per person and are open to Men and Women aged 50 and Over


About Walking Football

Walking Football is about turning up for an hour of exercise and a bit of fun, aiming to help you start or maintain an active lifestyle.

It is everything you know and love about football without the fear of being too old or too slow. Slower paced, minimal contact for both females & males over 50.

We provide the balls, the bibs, the venue, the support, just turn up, pay & play.

Definition of Walking

To advance or travel on foot at a moderate speed or pace

proceed by steps; move by advancing the feet alternate so that there is always one foot on the ground.

Code of Conduct

The objectives of our Club is to promote physical health and well- being through providing facilities, promoting the game of Walking Football. We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour within walking football therefore, this code of conduct has been developed with players and coaches. STWFC adopt these for all casual sessions and competitions. On and off the field I will:

Place the well-being, safety, and enjoyment of each player above everything, including winning.

Ensure that the session coach, team manager and/or referee is made aware of any medical condition, or on- going injury prior to play.

Adhere to the rules.

Display and promote high standards of behaviour.

Promote fair play and actively encourage others.

Make allowances for and encourage other players with different skill levels and physical abilities.

Do not seek to take advantage of other players with different skill levels and physical abilities.

Always respect the referee's decisions.

Never engage in or tolerate offensive, insulting, or abusive language and behaviour.

Remember we all make mistakes.

Win or lose with dignity.

Shake hands with teammates at the end of every game.

Be an ambassador for my club.

Never engage in bullying, intimidation, or harassment

Speak to other players with respect.

Created by Gary Campbell
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