Bishop Auckland striker, Andrew Johnson, is on the verge of scoring his 250th goal for the club.
With Whitley Bay due at Heritage Park on Saturday afternoon (KO 3PM), AJ, as he’s more affectionately known, can, following his
Bishop Auckland striker, Andrew Johnson, is on the verge of scoring his 250th goal for the club. With Whitley Bay due at Heritage Park on Saturday afternoon (KO 3PM), AJ, as he’s more affectionately known, can, following his midweek brace away to Guisborough Town, which the Two Blues won 4-1, sink the Seahorses with goal number […]Click here to read more
Middlesbrough U23s continue their quest for Premier League 2 success this season
(Images courtesy of Peter Jackson)
The Two Blues were one of seven Northern League sides to progress to the FA Vase Second Round when they edged past NWCL hosts Padiham on Saturday afternoon.
A tight affair was settled by
Early next month will see the Two Blues welcome one of the regions home-grown footballing stars to Heritage Park for a ‘Sports Night.’
Lee Clark made his name on Tyneside as part of Kevin Keegan’s legendary Entertainers side of the
Heritage Park is set to host Middlesbrough U23s Premier League Cup tie with Professional Development League high-fliers Burnley U23s THIS SUNDAY afternoon.
With Graeme Lee’s Boro fourth following their narrow defeat in the seven-goal thriller against leaders West Ham United
The Teessiders produced a strong pre-season which included an impressive 7-1
A local, Bishop Auckland business, has taken on sponsorship of its town’s football club ahead of the 2019-20 Ebac Northern League campaign.
The Merry Monk Public House, owned by Christian Burns of Monk Leisure, have stepped up following the conclusion
It’s turning into a rather busy summer of transition, change, and face old, and new for Barry Procter and Jackie Cleminson and the Bishop Auckland Ladies.
Already announcing in mid-July the first set of retained players ahead of the upcoming
Manager Ian Chandler has fleshed out his first-team squad ahead of the new campaign with the registration of no fewer than SEVEN players, a number being promoted from the club’s St Mary’s Juniors feeder club.
Aiden Hart retains his place