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Like all of you I can't wait to get back watching the lads at St James Park, but I came across an offer from a non-league club in County Durham which could fill the football void on some weekends.

 

Spennymoor Town.

 

Not too far away, play in black and white and they have a great little set-up by the looks of it. Had a quick look at their site and they are getting loads of ground works and some fan zones.

 

A season ticket for an adult is only £130. A bargain. Concession is just £90 and juniors just £15. Decent level too looking at the league.

 

I've already got a season ticket. Just an idea for Newcastle fans who might live in the area or fancy a change.

 

I got mine here: https://spennymoortownfc.ktckts.com/

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“Any more for Spennymoor?” .....

 

No, Berwick are re building impressively after relegation to the lowland league and the town itself is a hugely significant historic Royal Borough reachable by train. Never been to Spennymoor but am guessing it’s unlikely to be similar :cuppa:

 


They are also punting a hugely impressive range of 90s-tastic Kappa clobber B)

 

https://www.border-embroideries.co.uk/clubs/berwick-rangers-fc.html

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39 minutes ago, PaddockLad said:

“Any more for Spennymoor?” .....

 

No, Berwick are re building impressively after relegation to the lowland league and the town itself is a hugely significant historic Royal Borough reachable by train. Never been to Spennymoor but am guessing it’s unlikely to be similar :cuppa:

 


They are also punting a hugely impressive range of 90s-tastic Kappa clobber B)

 

https://www.border-embroideries.co.uk/clubs/berwick-rangers-fc.html

Away kit is nice 

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1 hour ago, Howmanheyman said:

Drive past Newcastle Benfield  and Heaton Stan very regularly and am a ten min walk from Benfield but I heard Gene goes there now so I might take in a Heaton game in the future instead. :lol:

 

 

 

Last I heard he’d parted company with Benfield too. 

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I fully admit to matching Mackem levels of bitterness sometimes - when we went to PSV in 97 we met a Dutch lad who we became good mates with who was from Utrecht. We went over to his house a couple of times and went to see Utrecht play and he mentioned that we could follow them as a second team - I replied Soz but they play in red and white stripes. 

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I was after a shirt for my brother when I was in Berlin, I just couldn’t bring myself to get him the red and white Union Berlin shirt, hipster option or not. (Tooj).

Although the Hertha shirt that year was a belter mind.

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