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Situated in the beautiful Deerness Valley, Esh Winning FC have what is often described as the most picturesque ground in the Northern League, if not the country. A stunning back drop wherever you look in the daylight and a captivating night time arena framed in the darkness plays host to Northern League Division 2 football.

This website has been viewed across the world in the year that it has been active and has attracted more than 50,000 unique visitors. For that we are eternally grateful and hopefully this year we can continue to provide quality match reports, photography and match video (watch this space)

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Match Report – Esh Winning 1 – 2 Jarrow FC – 15.08.18

Off the back of two solid results against Durham City & Tow Law the Stags were forced to make several changes to key players; injuries, holidays & work schedules resulting in a youthful looking side. The game started with the youthful exuberance of the Esh front three getting the better of Jarrow with some quick … Continue reading Match Report – Esh Winning 1 – 2 Jarrow FC – 15.08.18

Match Report – Esh Winning 4 – 4 Billingham Town – 25.8.18

A lovely sunny afternoon greeted a good travelling support from the league leaders as Esh looked to rebound from a disappointing draw against Bedlington Terriers on Wednesday night. Esh got off to an unfortunate start with the third keeper in a week picking up an injury, this time Kieran Stoker being unable to start in … Continue reading Match Report – Esh Winning 4 – 4 Billingham Town – 25.8.18

Match Report – Chester-Le-Street Town 3 – 1 Esh Winning – 11.8.18

If Wednesdays 1-1 draw against Brandon was frustrating, then it was equally as frustrating today. A lovely summers afternoon greeted the two sets of players, The Stags making three changes. A fairly dour start to the game saw both sides electing to send the ball long, no real quality on display whilst the two teams … Continue reading Match Report – Chester-Le-Street Town 3 – 1 Esh Winning – 11.8.18

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