Month: January 2017

Shildon AFC Supporters Club coach to Ashington

The Supporters Club have a bus going to Ashington on Saturday 28th January.

Seats are still available and the bus will be leaving from Dean Street at 1pm.


Can anyone who is wishing to travel please contact Winnie on 0778 497 5451 asap to book your seat.

ENL1 : Sunderland RCA 3 Shildon

Bobby Moore’s first game in charge could not of started better with Lewis Wing scoring in the first 20 seconds. By half time it was a different story with Shildon going in 3-2 down, Billy Greulich-Smith scoring the second.

Whatever was said at half time seemed to make a difference with 4 goals being scored. First an own goal from a corner made the score 3-3 followed by Anthony Bell who converted a penalty. In the last couple of minutes Michael Rae and Lewis Wing scored his second to make the final score

Sunderland RCA 3 Shildon 6

Full match report to follow

Shildon AFC Manager Statement

Shildon AFC Manager statement

Shildon AFC have confirmed that their Management Team have resigned.

Chairman David Dent stated “Whilst the circumstances could have been better Gary and Stuart have made an enormous contribution to Shildon AFC over the last few years and we wish them every success in the future. . We are now however entering another exciting chapter in our history and I am delighted that Bobby Moore has accepted the position as Manager. He has along history with Shildon and gets the bigger picture of what we are trying to achieve. I am confident that Bobby can produce a team that can continue to compete against the best teams within the Northern League and who will work alongside the Board and our extremely talented Development Squad to create a sustainable community focused football club here at Dean Street “

LC3 : Shildon 4 Whitley Bay

Shildon progress to the Quarter Final of the League Cup with a 4-0 victory against Whitley Bay.

Goals scored by Billy Greulich-Smith, Anthony Bell 2 and Amar Purewal

Full match report to follow


Scores from the other Round 3 Matches

Ashington 2 Newcastle Benfield 3

Consett 0 Stockton Town 2

South Shields 4 Penrith 1

Whickham 0 Sunderland RCA 5

North Shields 1 Chester-le-Street 1 (North Shields win 4-2 on Pens)

Still to play

24/1 Dunston v Washington

31/1 Marske v Bishop Auckland