The romance of the FA Cup falls upon Bishop Auckland Ladies once again this weekend as they make the short trip over Teesside, and Redcar Town Ladies, in the First Qualifying Round.
In defeating Penrith Ladies away on their opening
The romance of the FA Cup falls upon Bishop Auckland Ladies once again this weekend as they make the short trip over Teesside, and Redcar Town Ladies, in the First Qualifying Round. In defeating Penrith Ladies away on their opening game of the 2019-20 season, Natasha Napier bagging a brace along with goals from Katie […]Click here to read more
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
Bishop Auckland Ladies can officially announce, ahead of the new season, and under manager Barry Procter, both their retained list of players for the Ladies section, and their pre-season friendlies, ahead of kick-off on September 1 (although Women’s FA Cup
(Images courtesy of Peter Jackson)
Bishop Auckland management/playing staff, at all levels, supporters, and sponsors gathered at Heritage Park on Friday 10 May for the sportsman’s/presentation night, with guest speaker, Dean Saunders, to wrap up the 2018-2019 season.
Bishop Auckland Ladies gave outgoing manager, Domonic Bylett, a swansong to remember when they lifted the DCFA Women’s League Subsidiary Cup with a 3-0 win over South Shields Ladies on Sunday afternoon.
Ellie Brown led the way with a brace
Bishop Auckland Football Club is thrilled to announce a new community partnership with Bishop Auckland Girls FC. A meeting took place earlier this week with the management team from Bishop Auckland Girls and representatives from Bishop Auckland Ladies FC.