Spennymoor United F.C.
|Full name||Spennymoor United Association Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||The Moors, The Tigers, Spenny|
|Ground||The Brewery Field|
In 1905, they joined the Northern League and won the league title six times in their history. In the 1936–37 season, they reached the third round of the FA Cup, where they lost to top-flight side West Bromwich Albion. They also reached the semi-finals of the FA Trophy in 1978. However, misfortune struck the club in 2005 when they folded, causing controversy over unfulfilled fixtures.
The club was reborn as Spennymoor Town, replacing Evenwood Town whose own future was in severe doubt and played at the Brewery Field albeit several leagues lower than previously. The "new" Spennymoor won the Northern League Division Two in the 2006–07 season after a late winner against Penrith for a 1–0 victory and earned promotion to Division One.
- North Eastern League
- Champions; 1909–10; 1944–45; 1945–46; 1956–57
- Northern League
- Champions: 1967-68; 1971–72; 1973–74; 1976–77; 1977–78; 1978–79
- Northern Counties East League
- Champions: 1992-93
- Northern Premier League Challenge Cup
- Winners: 1993-94
- Spennymoor United at the Football Club History Database
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