An upcoming Fans Forum is planned for Friday 12th January at Flamingo Land Stadium
Ross Daly Departs Boro
Ross Daly has today left Scarborough Athletic due to personal reasons.
Jack Johnson hails Boro belief in South Shields win
Scarborough Athletic defender Jack Johnson has highlighted the belief within the Boro squad as one of the main reasons behind the inspired 3-1 win over South Shields on New Year’s Day.
The Mariners had not lost at home since November 2016 and had already beaten Boro in convincing fashion twice earlier this season in the league and FA Trophy. But the visitors turned the tables at the start...
SAFC TV Goal Highlights from South Shields win online!
SAFC TV were at Mariners Park on New Year's Day to film the action as Boro started 2018 with a famous 3-1 over South Shields.
Steve Kittrick's side had been soundly beaten on their previous two occasions gainst The Mariners, but in their own back yard Boro produced an inspired display to beat South Shields for the first time at home since November 2016.
Many thanks to the S...
Radcliffe and Colwyn Bay away fixtures rearranged
Following the postponed games earlier in the season, the away games against Radcliffe FC and Colwyn Bay have been rearranged as follows:
Tuesday 13 February - Radcliffe FC v Scarborough Athletic
Tuesday 17 April - Colwyn Bay v Scarborough Athletic
See here for the full fixture list
Match report and reaction: Boro fireworks start new year in style
Scarborough Athletic started the new year with a bang with a 3-1 win over league leaders South Shields.
It was Boro’s best performance of the season, as they bossed much of the game and beat Shields at Mariners Park for the first time in a league game since November 2016.
After riding a period of early pressure, Boro took the game by the scruff of the neck and did not let go a...
FINAL SEASON IN EXILE - 2016/2017 Shirt SALE
The Club are pleased to announce that they have a very limited stock of last season's Home and Away shirts available for sale at a cut down price. This is your chance to own a Scarborough Athletic shirt from the last year played in exile at Bridlington.
Adults Home and Away shirts are £20.00 each with Children's just £10!
They can be f...
Boro Chairman Trevor Bull rounds up 2017
As we come to the end of the year it's time to reflect on what a momentous year 2017 has been for our football club.
The year started on the pitch with us having had a good start to the season, being on the end of a few losses and perhaps feeling that our promotion chances were starting to slip away. Off the pitch we were getting regular updates on how our new ground was coming on and t...
Boro smash 4 past Clitheroe to end year in style
A stunning strike from Scarborough skipper Dave Merris capped a 4-1 win against Clitheroe.
After Max Wright had ghosted in to lift over the keeper and give the home side an early lead, the advantage did not last long though as the Blues levelled through Brad Carroll with a close range header.
Boro netted a second with James Walshaw turning his marker to roll into the bott...
Match preview: Boro prepare for Clitheroe visit
Against Clitheroe, Boro did the double in 2014/15, with two February wins, but suffered the reverse fortunes in 2015/16, including a 4-2 away defeat and a 3-1 home loss, which came early in Steve Kittrick’s tenure.
Last season we had mixed results against them. A 3-0 thrashing away from home in August left us with our tails between our legs, with Kurt Willoughby proving to b...
Boro get the better of the Brewers on Boxing Day
Scarborough Athletic gave their fans a late Christmas present with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Tadcaster Albion on Boxing Day.
In front of a big festive crowd of 1,377, Steve Kittrick’s side rose to the occasion to claim all three points from the derby clash.
There were a few raised eyebrows when the teams were announced, with the Boro manager dropping...
Match preview: Boro prepare for Tadcaster tussle
The North Yorkshire derbies against Tadcaster have always been feisty affairs. Last season, Boro started their FA Cup match there like a house on fire, and goals from Joe Lamplough and Craig Nelthorpe gave us a 2-0 lead at the break. But the second half was a different story, and Taddy ran out 3-2 winners, with a horrible injury to Liam Ormsby&nbs...