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, […]
Our League form has suffered since our game against Guisborough but we know our team is more than capable of turning things around. After our disappointing performance against Ashington last week we went to Seaham in the league Cup
Bishop Auckland FC are pleased to announce that Heritage Park will host the FA Youth Cup 3rd Round tie between Middlesbrough FC and Rotherham United FC. The game will be played on Tuesday 13th December with a
ailment sans-serif; font-size: small;”>The Club is saddened to learn of the death of Jimmy Lee. Jimmy was Assistant Manager at the Club serving under Managers Brian Newton and then Harry Dunn in the 1980’s.
The Club are pleased to welcome our new signing Leon Carling who has joined us from Guisborough Town. Centre Half Leon, visit this who has previously played for Marske United, goes into the squad for our game against South Shields.
The Club would like to confirm that there will be no spectator car parking available on Saturday for our home game against South Shields. The car park is being used by Murphy’s Fun Fair which will operate from Thursday
Our great FA Cup run came to an end at Stockport County on Saturday in our 2-0 defeat against a team playing three divisions higher than us. We started well keeping possession skilfully for the first half hour but suffered
Well, our big day is getting closer; Saturday sees us travel to Stockport for our Emirates FA Cup 4th Round Qualifying game with the winning Club receiving the £12, 500 prize money and a game in the 1st
The supporters club are proud to be sponsoring Saturdays league game against Guisborough Town. Our guests on the day are some of the club’s former players & staff from the 1990s & early 2000s when Tony Lee was manager and