Results

Angol Északi liga - 1. osztály 11/09 19:45 - Sheffield FC v Stockton Town D 0-0
Angol FA Kupa - selejtezők 09/18 14:00 15 Curzon Ashton v Stockton Town L 4-0
Angol Északi liga - 1. osztály 09/15 18:45 - Stockton Town v Dunston UTS W 3-0
Angol Északi liga - 1. osztály 09/07 18:45 - Ossett United v Stockton Town L 2-1
Angol FA Kupa - selejtezők 09/04 14:00 14 Sunderland RCA v Stockton Town W 2-4
Angol Északi liga - 1. osztály 08/14 14:00 - Stocksbridge P S v Stockton Town D 0-0
Brit barátságos mérkőzések 07/21 18:45 - Morpeth Town v Stockton Town - View
Angol County League 10/28 19:45 - Stockton Town v Seaham Red Star - View
Angol FA Kupa - selejtezők 09/22 18:45 14 Consett v Stockton Town L 1-0
Angol FA Kupa - selejtezők 09/21 14:00 15 Guiseley v Stockton Town L 1-0
Angol FA Kupa - selejtezők 08/14 18:44 - Stockton Town v Nostell MW W 5-1
Brit barátságos mérkőzések 07/03 18:45 - Stockton Town v Spennymoor Town D 1-1

Statisztika

 TotalHazaiVendég
Matches played 6 1 5
Wins 2 1 1
Draws 2 0 2
Losses 2 0 2
Goals for 8 3 5
Goals against 8 0 8
Clean sheets 3 1 2
Failed to score 3 0 3

Wikipedia - Stockton Town F.C.

Stockton Town Football Club is an English football club based in Stockton-on-Tees, England. They are currently members of the Northern Premier League Division One East and play at Bishopton Road West, which has an overall capacity of 1,800, including 200 available seats. They are managed by former player Michael Dunwell, who retired from playing in 2014.

The club are notable for reaching the final of the FA Vase in the 2017–18 season, where they finished as runners-up, after being defeated 1–0 by champions Thatcham Town. Their previous success includes four consecutive Wearside Football League titles between 2012 and 2016, two consecutive Wearside League Cup titles between 2014 and 2016, two consecutive Monkwearmouth Charity Cup titles between 2014 and 2016, as well as winning the Shipowners Charity Cup in the 2014–15 season.

Their club badge, which includes their motto, "Fortitudo et Spes" (Italian for "Strength and Hope"), is navy and yellow, representing their traditional colours. The historic club nickname, "the Anchors", is taken from the Stockton coat of arms, representing the town's shipbuilding history during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.