It’s the perfect stage for Bradford ( Park Avenue) to launch their promotion push this weekend as 3rd meet 4th in the clash at Brewery Field V Spennymoor Town.
The Moors enter the match on the back of 4 straight wins however they meet a determined Avenue who have used the January Transfer period to freshen up the squad after a flat start to January.
Avenue will welcome classy new comers Charlie Andrew and Romoney Crichlow-Noble for the game, and with the added boost of Danny East returning following a long term injury, Mark Bower and the Squad are settled and poised for a big promotion push.
Head To Head: Last 5 Games
Knowing The Opposition
Jason was appointed manager in the summer of 2007 and has now managed the club in over 600 games, winning four promotions, five league titles, two domestic cups and the FA Vase in 2013. The 47-year-old is a former player, captain and assistant manager of Spennymoor in various spells from 1989. He also played at Hartlepool United, Barrow, Blyth Spartans and Gateshead, before having spells in Singapore and Australia as a player. The 2018/19 signals Ainsley’s 12thseason in charge of the club, making him one of the longest serving managers in the country.
One to Watch:
Taylor is a big, strong, and technically adept goal scorer who is a former FA Vase winner with Whitley Bay, and scored more than 100 goals for Ashington. He grabbed plenty of headlines during the 2016/17 season, when he scored 19 goals to finish top of the pile for Moors and secure his place in the Jamie Vardy Academy over the summer. Upon returning to the club after the summer break, Taylor took his form to the next level, scoring four times in his first five games in the National League North. He went on to find the net over 20 times and caught the attention of clubs across the league and beyond. Taylor won a number of accolades at the club’s end of season awards, winning ‘Player of the Year’, ‘Player’s Player of the Year’ and ‘Top Goalscorer’.
The Moors Tavern is a community pub in the heart of Spennymoor. It is affiliated with, Spennymoor Town FC, which makes it a perfect pre and post match destination for fans of the football club and visiting teams.
Other local pubs who are official Spennymoot Town club partners and welcome away supporters are:
Tudhoe and District Victory Club
Spennymoor Working Men’s Club
The supporter’s marquee bar and refreshment area facilities in the ground will be open from 1:30pm
Due to limited parking at Brewery Field, fans travelling by car are advised to book parking prior to the fixture by contacting Spennymoor Town on 07871206474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concession: £5 (Over 60s)
Juniors Under 18s: £2
Under 10: (Free Accompanied by paying adult)
All disabled supporters will be charged as age applicable however a carer will be submitted free of charge – however proof must be shown at the turnstile.
Information for disabled supporters:
Wheelchair Users: Access via Wood Vue & Tees Crescent entrances and one helper per wheelchair
Prices: Helper admitted free of charge (Proof maybe requested)
Disabled Toilets: 2 Disabled Toilets in ground situated on Wood Vue and Tees Crescent side
Address And Directions
Spennymoor Town Football Club, The Brewery Field, Wood Vue, Spennymoor, County Durham, DL16 6JN