26/2/2014 Scarborough Athletic Football Club
Crows Nest Caravan Park is the proud shirt sponsor of the 2013/14 Scarborough Athletic FC away shirt. Scarborough Athletic currently plays in the Northern Premier League Division One South, which is in the eighth tier of English football.
Scarborough Athletic current plays their home games at Queensgate, in Bridlington, a ground which is shared with Bridlington Town. A permanent move to a ground in Scarborough is hoped for the 2014–15 season.
Formation of Scarborough Athletic
The club was formed on 25 June 2007 following the winding up of Scarborough Football Club. Scarborough Athletic Football Club was founded as a continuation or rebirth of the previous club by a supporters' trust named The Seadog Trust. They took on the same red kit, nickname, motto and official club logo from the original club. The Trust successfully applied for membership of the North Riding County Football Association and the Northern Counties East League on 25 June 2007. Due to the unavailability of any suitable grounds in Scarborough, a ground-sharing agreement was made with Bridlington Town. On 29 June the club appointed former North Ferriby United manager Brian France as their first manager, who brought with him many former North Ferriby United players.
Honours of Scarborough Athletic
Northern Counties East League Premier Division - Champions 2012–13
Supporters Direct Shield - Winners 2010–11
Northern Counties East League Division One - Champions 2008–09
Northern Counties East League Presidents Cup - Runners-up 2008–09
Best FA Cup Performance: 2nd Qualifying Round 2013–14
Record Victory: 13–0 over Brodsworth Welfare, 24 April 2010
Record Attendance: 1,002 v Bridlington Town, FA Vase 2nd Round, 14 November 2009
Longest unbeaten run: (League) 27 games, 23 August 2008 to 14 March 2009
Most games won in a row: (League) 15 games, 25 October 2008 to 7 March 2009
Record Goalscorer: Ryan Blott, 200
Most Goals in a Season: 42, Ryan Blott, 2008–09.
Most appearances: Ryan Blott, 269 (253 starts and 16 as substitute), 20 October 2007 to 15 February 2014
Back to Boro
The Back2Boro campaign promotes Scarborough Athletic FC’s need for a permanent home stadium in Scarborough.
The volunteer members of the campaign group raise awareness of the club’s situation through events and the media, driving their efforts to be part of a community sports facility which will benefit the whole of Scarborough town.
The campaign raises funds independently of the football club through events and initiatives.