Spend your 2016 Christmas & New Years Eve at Heritage Park, the home of Bishop Auckland FC.
Northern League Bishop Auckland FC are the lowest ranked team left in the FA Cup. This Saturday they face a dream away tie against former football league club, Stockport County.
Bishop Auckland FC are the lowest ranked team left in the FA Cup, today they got a dream away tie against former football league club, Stockport County.
Ahead of Bishop Auckland F.C's huge FA cup match on Saturday 17th September against Trafford F.C, the club has announced a stadium name change.
This Christmas, Heritage Park spreads the festive cheer with three new party nights.
The Club is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Directors. Richard Cooke and Tony Duffy have been invited, and have accepted, to join the Club’s Board of Directors.
Mike Amos ended his 20-year spell as Chairman of the Northern League raising money for charity through his ‘Last Legs’ walk where he visited every Northern League Club during the 2015 / 2016 season walking 8 to 12 miles to each of the 44 grounds.
Bishop Auckland Football Club are delighted to be carrying out major renovation work on their Heritage Park pitch thanks to a generous bequest from loyal supporter, Colin Rowell, who died in January 2015.
Bishop Auckland FC are pleased to announce the launch of their new website and a new head of PR!