The Two Blues got back to winning ways in emphatic fashion at the weekend, warming themselves up nicely for an upcoming cup match against Stockton Town (home, Wednesday, Durham Challenge Cup) and a local affair with nearby Newton Aycliffe (home, Saturday). At The Glebe Bishops fell behind to an early goal from striker Andrew Bulford, […]
Please be aware that due to the Fun Fair taking place this week there will be no car parking available, except for Players and Officials, at Heritage Park for our game against North Shields on Saturday 18th March.
BAFC and Bishop Auckland Ladies FC would like convey their thanks and very best wishes to outgoing first team manager Kate ‘Bob’ Vogelsang who resigned from the Ladies team last week. Bob brought a wealth of coaching experience with
Bishop Auckland Football Club is delighted to invite anyone who would like to know more about becoming a Club sponsor or Club partner, to an informal meeting at Heritage Park on Thursday 9th March 2017 at 7pm.
As a result of issues with the pitch at Darlington Mowden Park Rugby Arena, Middlesbrough Football Club contacted Director Terry Jackson on Saturday evening to ask if it was possible to play their scheduled Under 23 game against AFC
The club are actively looking for volunteers who would be interested in helping film games and also to help provide content for the club’s social media platforms such as Youtube, Facebook and the clubs website bishopafc.com
Bishop Auckland Football Club is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new Commercial Brochure, which has been kindly sponsored by BAFC Supporters Club. The Commercial Brochure is now available online via the website and social media, and also
Saturday saw us travel to league leaders North Shields who are unbeaten at home so far this season and we saw a great performance from our team. The game was decided by the penalty scored by North Shields following
Olympic Bronze Medal gymnast Amy Tinkler will be guest of honour to mark the completion of the work to install drainage and irrigation and resurface the pitch at Heritage Park on Saturday 25th February before the Bishop Auckland v Seaham
The Club is saddened to learn of the death of our former player Mally Newton. Mally joined Bishop in 1980 when his brother Brian became Manager of the Club and played alongside his brother David for many years.