LAST DAY to Buy-a-Brick at new ground

TODAY is the last day to Buy-A-Brick as part of the special tribute area at the Scarborough Leisure Village. If you want to place a message as a unique gift to someone special or simply want a fitting remembrance at the new ground, you have until midnight on Wednesday 1st February to purchase a brick. Whatever you want to celebrate, whatever you want to say, choose your o...
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Norburn keen to end season strongly with Boro

Jacob Norburn hit the ground running on his Scarborough Athletic debut in the 1-1 draw with Brighouse Town at the weekend. The 19-year-old defender put in a solid display after just one training session with his new team, starting at centre-back for Steve Kittrick's side.  Jacob Norburn in action against Brighouse on Saturday He said: "It was a heavy pitch on Saturday an...
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Grow Your Tenner 2016 Direct Debit donations

Monthly direct debit donations to Scarborough Athletic FC via Localgiving as part of the 'Grow Your Tenner 2016’ campaign are coming to the end of the matching period for the doubling of donations.   As part of Grow Your Tenner, Localgiving promise to match the first 3 months of newly set up Direct Debits as an incentive for supporters to give reg...
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Boro to face Tadcaster Albion in League Cup clash

Boro return to Integro League Cup action on Tuesday 31 January at Queensgate with a last 16 tie against Tadcaster Albion, kicking  off at 7:45pm. Admission prices will be £5 for Adults, £3 for Concessions and Kids aged 11 and under go FREE! The Boro Bus will run from the train station at 6:30pm, costing £3 per person. See if Steve Kittrick's side can repeat...
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Boro denied win by Morton leveller

A late Devonte Morton strike forced Scarborough Athletic to settle for a point as Steve Kittrick's side drew 1-1 with Brighouse Town. It looked like it would be a fairytale return for Boro new signing Billy Logan, with the striker taking his chance to net midway through the first half. It was a lead that stood right until the closing moments when Morton pounced to force the ball in at the b...
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Boro snap up Logan and Norburn

Scarborough Athletic boss Steve Kittrick is set to have two new players in his squad for the away game against Brighouse Town on Saturday. Striker Billy Logan has joined the club from NCEL Premier Division side Pickering Town. The 26-year-old has been in superb form since returning to the Pikes in November 2016, scoring 9 goals in all competitions for Paul Marshall's side....
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It's back! The FA People's Cup returns

This year’s FA People’s Cup – a nationwide 5-a-side competition run in partnership with BBC Get Inspired – bigger, better and with a call out to teams across the country to get signed up. The competition is free to enter and open to both males and females who simply love playing football. There are sixteen categories ranging from under 14s through to veterans (over-35s)...
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Jake Day dual signs with Bridlington Town

Boro striker Jake Day has joined Bridlington Town on a dual registration. Despite coming off the bench to score his first goal for Boro in the League Cup win over Spennymoor Town last week, the 24-year-old has struggled for game time with Steve Kittrick's side.   Following the league game against Lancaster City, it was agreed that Day would join NCEL side Bridlingt...
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From the Boardroom - Lancaster City

Read the thoughts of Scarborough Athletic Chairman Dave Holland in the match day programme for the Lancaster City home game on Saturday 14 January. I would like to welcome the Directors, Management, Players and Travelling Supporters of Lancaster City to Queensgate this afternoon. We hope you have an enjoyable time and a safe journey home afterwards. Jordan Porter, our goalkeeper was rou...
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Boro swept aside by Dolly Blues

Lancaster City proved far too good for Scarborough Athletic as the visitors ran out 3-1 winners at a chilly Queensgate.   Boro boss Steve Kittrick went with a 4-4-2 formation to match the league leaders, dropping defender Jameel Ible to the bench and bringing winger Craig Nelthorpe back into the starting eleven.   The home side were up against it from the first whistle,...
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From the Boardroom - Spennymoor Town

Read the 'From the Boardroom' column by Scarborough Athletic Chairman Dave Holland prior to the home game against Spennymoor Town in the Integro League Cup on Tuesday 10 January. Welcome to our old friends; the Directors, Management, Players and Travelling Fans of Spennymoor Town. We hope you have an enjoyable evening and a safe journey home. 'Managing fans expectations'. I o...
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Junior Round-Up - Sunday 8 January

Match reports from a weekend of KO Cup, Plate and League games for our junior sides. U12s Kingston Harriers 1-1 Scarborough Athletic  Scarborough Athletic Under-12s travelled to Kingston Harriers on Sunday, with the Christmas break over with it was time for football to take over again. The match started at a high tempo, with both teams keen to make up for time without...
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