BRANTWOOD FIXTURE ICED

Bangor's game against Brantwood which had been scheduled for Saturday afternoon has been postponed as a result of the heavy snow and icey conditions in North Belfast on Friday afternoon. A new date for this fixture has yet to be decided.

On a brighter note, the Seasiders have added another match to their festive fixture list, a home tie against Glebe Rangers on Saturday, 30th December (2:00pm).

NEXT FIXTURE:
BANGOR v COAGH UNITED, Saturday 16th December at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Match kick-off 2:00pm

(POSTED: 8th December 2017)

DUNLOY 2-2 BANGOR

Bangor came away from Dunloy with a point in an entertaining 2-2 draw at McCamphill Park this afternoon. Dunloy took an early lead when a free-kick from the right was glanced home past Gibbons.

Mark Magennis got Bangor back on level terms after 22 minutes with a well placed low strike into the corner of the net. Dunloy regained the lead 5 minutes later when a shot from the edge of the penalty area came down off the crossbar and into the Bangor net.

Bangor started the second half brightly and finally found their way to goal in the 58th minute when a low drive from Karl Rossborough rebounded off the upright and landed kindly for Dale Patton, who made no mistake from a few yards out.

The Seasiders pushed forward in search of a winner in the closing stages, but couldn't find a way through a resilient Dunloy defence.

NEXT FIXTURE:
BRANTWOOD v BANGOR, Saturday 9th December at Skegoneill Avenue. Match kick-off 2:00pm

(POSTED: 2nd December 2017)

FESTIVE FIXTURE NEWS

The Seasiders have aranged two more League fixtures for December. First up, on Saturday 9th December we travel to Skegoneill Avenue to play Brantwood. The following Saturday (16th), we host title challenging Coagh United at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Late equalisers were the order of the day in our last meetings with both the Brants and Coagh United. Substitute Michael Edgar rescued a point for the Seasiders in a 2-2 draw with Brantwood at the Bangor Fuels Arena back in August while Ethan Boylan came up with the late goal in a 1-1 draw with Coagh at Hagan Park back in October.

Match kick-off for both matches is 2:00pm.

NEXT FIXTURE:
DUNLOY v BANGOR, Saturday 2nd December at McCamphill Park, Dunloy. Match kick-off 2:00pm

(POSTED: 2nd December 2017)

DEAN JUSTIN JOINS BANGOR AMATEURS

News Departing the Bangor Fuels Arena this week is defender Dean Justin who has joined Bangor Amateurs. We wish Dean well on his move and thank him for his efforts in a Bangor shirt.

BEAT THAT!
Congratulations to defender Gareth Beattie who picked up the Wolsey's Player of the Month Award for some excellent performances in October.

NEXT FIXTURE:
DUNLOY v BANGOR, Saturday 2nd December at McCamphill Park, Dunloy. Match Kick-Off 2:00PM

 

(POSTED: 26th November 2017)

Bangor ran out 5-1 winners over Newtowne at the Bangor Fuels Arena this afternoon. Gerard McMullan(2), Andy Long(2) and Dale Patton were all on target for the Seasiders.

Gerard McMullan gave the Seasiders the lead after 30 minutes when he latched on to the end of a deep crossfield ball from Mark Magennis.

Andy Long doubled Bangor's lead seven minutes in to the second half when he flicked in a Gerard McMullan cross from close range.

Gerard McMullan slotted home Bangor's third in the 66th minute, before free scoring Andy Long headed in the fourth a few minutes later.

Newtowne rallied and Morrison pulled one back for the visitors in the 82nd minute.

The industrious Dale Patton was rewarded for his efforts in injury-time when he bustled his way though the Newtowne defence to loft the ball over the keeper and into the net for Bangor's fifth.

OTHER RESULTS
COOKSTOWN YOUTH 3-2 BRANTWOOD, COAGH UNITED 5-2 BALLYNURE OB

NEXT FIXTURE:
DUNLOY v BANGOR, Sat,2nd Dec, 2:00PM

(POSTED: 25th November 2017)

Bangor are back in action on Saturday when Newtowne are the visitors to the Bangor Fuels Arena.Match kick off is 2:00pm.

The following Saturday, we travel to McCamphill Park to take on Dunloy in another league fixture. Once again, the match kick-off time is 2:00pm.

(POSTED: 21st November 2017)

News

Bangor ran out comfortable 4-0 winners at Mossley Park, Carnmoney this afternoon. The Seasiders dominated play from the off and it was no surprise when Ethan Boylan gave Bangor the lead on 14 minutes when he glanced in Karl Rossborough's free-kick from the left.

Ballynure's chances were hampered in the 33rd minute when midfielder Simon Magowan was dismissed for a rash challenge in midfield - his second yellow card.

Captain Andy Long headed in an Ethan Boylan cross from the right on 43 minutes to give Bangor a 2-0 lead at the break.

A well placed 25 yard strike from Jack Wasson on 53 minutes made it 3-0 to Bangor.

Andy Long completed the rout in the 67th minute with a curling shot from just inside the penalty area.

LEAGUE RESULT:
Coagh United 7(SEVEN)-0 Chimney Corner

(POSTED: 18th November 2017)

News

Bangor Football Club are holding a FUNdraising Quiz and Ballot in the BFC Social Club next Thursday evening.

Your host for the evening will be 'Noel The Quizmaster Riddle'. Noel will be aided by co-hosts Paul Puzzle and Mitch the Music Man.

Entry is £5 per person, with nibbles included in the price. The fun starts at 8:00pm. Contact: 07980149257 for further information.

Please feel free to come along and take part!

(POSTED: 17th November 2017)

News

A big thank you to our new tracksuit sponsors Betty Blacks. Michael Brennan from Betty Blacks is pictured left presenting the new tracksuits to Bangor manager Hugh Sinclair.

FIXTURE NEWS...
Bangor return to league action on Saturday when they travel to play Ballynure Old Boys at Mossley Park. Match kick off is at 2:00pm.
The Clandeboye BFC Supporters Club Bus leaves the Bangor Fuels Arena at 1:00pm.

On Saturday 25th November, the Seasiders will welcome Newtowne to the Bangor Fuels Arena in a newly arranged League fixture. Match kick off is 2:00pm.

(POSTED: 16th November 2017)

News

Bangor crashed out of the Steel & Sons Cup on Saturday afternoon at Mill Street in disappointing fashion. A 65th minute header from Pat McCafferty was enough to put Crumlin United through to the semi-final stage where they will face Newington YC.

The Seasiders started the game in a lively fashion, with Abby Sanusi providing the main goal threat for Bangor.

Injury forced Sanusi off the the pitch before half-time.

Bangor struggled to get to grips with the game in the second half and chances were at a premium at both ends.

Crumlin's goal came in the 65th minute when Darren Gibbons parried a corner kick onto the head of McCafferty at the back post.

Johnny Bowers came closest for Bangor in the 77th minute when his whipped 30 yard free kick glanced the Crumlin upright.

Bangor's misery was compounded in injury time when Johnny Bowers received his second yellow card of the day for pushing an opponent while trying to take a free-kick.

NEXT MATCH....

BALLYNURE O.B. v BANGOR , Mossley Playing Fields, Carnmoney, Saturday, 18th November, 2:00PM

(POSTED: 14th November 2017)

News

We're pleased to welcome One Step Insulation (OneStepInsulation.co.uk) as the new sponsor of our training kit.

DEPARTING DWAINE
Best wishes to striker Dwaine Beattie who has joined 1st Bangor. Dwaine scored twice for us this season - one in the nine goal victory over Kilmore Rec. and the winning goal in the 2-1 victory over Cliftonville Olympic in the Steel & Sons Cup.
We wish him every success in the future.

WOLSEY'S PLAYER OF THE MONTH - OCTOBER
Congratulations to goalkeeper Darren Gibbons who has picked up the Wolsey's Player of the Month Award for October.

NEXT MATCH....

Saturday, 11th November - CRUMLIN UNITED v BANGOR, Toals Steel & Sons Cup, Kick Off 1:30pm

(POSTED: 6th November 2017)

News

Bangor moved up to second place in the Ballymena & Provincial Intermediate League this afternoon with a resounding 4-0 win over Desertmartin at Dromore Park. Bangor went ahead in the 42nd minute when Karl Rossborough's efforts were rewarded when Desertmartin's Neal Smyth put through his own goal.

The Seasiders doubled their lead in the 52nd minute when Gerard McMullan rounded the keeper to slot home. Substitutes Kyle Woods and Dale Patton both found the net in the closing stages.

TODAY'S OTHER LEAGUE RESULTS:

Ballynure O.B. 5-1 Chimney Corner, Coagh United 3-0 Cookstown Youth, Dunloy 3-0 Cookstown RBL

FIXTURE NEWS

Saturday, 11th November - CRUMLIN UNITED v BANGOR, Toals Steel & Sons Cup, Kick Off 1:30pm

(The winner of this tie will play Newngton YC on Friday, 24th November)

(POSTED: 4th November 2017)

News

Bangor missed out on the chance to go top of the Ballymena & Provincial Intermediate League on Saturday afternoon, losing 2-0 Sofia Farmer at the Bangor Fuels Arena.

The Seasiders struggled to find a foothold in the game and fell behind in the 9th minute when bustling striker Tiago Jesus broke through the Bangor defence and slotted the ball past Darren Gibbons. Chances at the other end were at a premium - Mark Magennis came closest with a 15 yard volley that went over the bar.

As Bangor pushed for an equalizer in the second half, they found themselves caught out at the back once again. The impressive Milton Silva struck Sofia's second goal in the 82nd minute.

The game ended in controversial circumstances when a Sofia official was dismissed following an unsavoury incident on the pitch.

Saturday's win sees Sofia Farmer go top of the BAPIL. Bangor remain in 3rd place.

CAMEL RACING

A big thank you to everyone who supported the Camel Racing event in the Bangor FC Social Club last night. It was a great success!

FIXTURE NEWS

SAT, 4th November - DESERTMARTIN v BANGOR, BAPI League, Kick Off 2:00pm

Bangor's Steel & Sons Cup Quarter Final match against Crumlin United has been re-scheduled for Saturday 11th November

FRIENDS OF BANGOR - QUARTERLY DRAW

Congratulations to Geoff Martin - the winner of the first Friends of Bangor Quarterly Draw.

(POSTED: 29th October 2017)

News

Bangor dropped out of the Intermediate Cup at the first hurdle, losing 4-5 on penalty kicks to Carrick Rangers Reserves at the Bangor Fuels Arena this afternoon.

Carrick took the lead in the 26th minute when Fra Rice rolled the ball into an empty net after a moment of hesitation in the Bangor defence. Bangor had to wait until the 57th minute for their equalizer - Mark Magennis putting in a perfect cross from the left to give Kyle Woods an easy chance to nod in.

Both sides were reduced to 10 men in the second half, Larmour for Carrick (straight red) and Ethan Boylan for Bangor (second yellow).

The stalemate continued throughout extra-time and the game headed for penalty kicks.

Carrick scored all their spot kicks in the shoot-out, while Keith Armstrong was the unfortunate Bangor player to fire his shot just over the bar. Atkinson, Magennis, Bowers and Sanusi were all on target for the Seasiders.

Many thanks to our match sponsor: Billy Palmer and ball sponsors: Billy & David Millar.

TODAY'S MAN OF THE MATCH: Abby Sanusi (Pictured with Bangor FC Chairman Nicky Davidson)

NEXT FIXTURE:
Saturday 28th October, BANGOR v. SOFIA FARMER, BAPI League, Kick Off 2:00pm

A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
Bangor FC Social Club is the venue for a Night at the Camel Races next Saturday evening (7:30pm). Tickets are priced £5 and are still available from club officials.

(Posted: 21st OCTOBER 2017)

News

Bangor climbed to third in the league table with a hard fought 7-0 win over Chimney Corner at Allen Park this afternoon. Ethan Boylan scored the only goal of a scrappy first half in the second minute, heading home a deep cross from the right.

Darren Gibbons was called into action on either side of half-time, first saving yet another penalty kick and then clawing away a deflected 20 yard free kick.

The introduction of substitute Abby Sanusi after an hour changed the whole shape of the game. Boylan added goals number two and three to complete his hat-trick soon after Sanusi's introduction, and Sanusi himself added the fourth.

With Chimney Corner's captain dismissed for handling a goalbound effort on the line, substitute Keith Armstrong swept home Bangor's fifth goal of the day from the penalty spot.

In a frantic final five minutes, striker Kyle Woods chipped in with a well-earned sixth and Neil Graham fired in from close range to complete the scoring.

A comfortable win for Bangor in the end on a day where all three Bangor subs got on the scoresheet, Ethan Boylan scored a perfect hat-trick and Darren Gibbons saved yet another penalty!

MAN OF THE MATCH: Abby Sanusi

OTHER RESULTS: Desermartin 2-1 Ballynure O.B.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Bangor v Carrick Rangers Reserves , Saturday 21st October.

(Posted: 14th OCTOBER 2017)

News

A late strike from substitute Ethan Boylan rescued a valuable point for the Seasiders at Hagan Park this afternoon.

MATCH VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS by G&J

OTHER RESULTS: Brantwood 3-0 Cookstown RBL, Desertmartin 4-4 Glebe Rangers, Newtowne 2-3 Ballynure OB, Sofia Farmer 1-1 Dunloy, St. James Swifts 4-1 Cookstown Youth

NEXT FIXTURE:
Chimney Corner v Bangor , Saturday 14th October.

(Posted: 7th OCTOBER 2017)

News

A much changed Bangor line-up lost out in a five goal thriller to a well equipped Sofia Farmer side at the Bangor Fuels Arena this afternoon. The Seasiders gave themselves a mountain to climb in the first half, falling behind to goals from Jesus and Correla.

The Seasiders managed to turn things round in the second half. A stunning strike from Kyle Woods (51' - Video coming soon!) and a cool finish from Mark Magennis (75') brought Bangor back on to level terms.

Bangor's joy proved to be short-lived, as Correla set up Jesus to slot home the winner in the 77th minute.

MAN OF THE MATCH: Kyle Woods

TOALS STEEL & SONS CUP Q-F Draw
Bangor have been drawn away to Crumlin United in the Quarter Final of the Toals Steel & Sons Cup. The match will be played on Saturday, 28th October.

SATURDAY'S LEAGUE RESULT: Cookstown RBL 1-1 St. James Swifts

NEXT FIXTURE:
Coagh United v Bangor , Saturday 7th October, 2:00pm, Hagan Park.

(Posted: 30th SEPTEMBER 2017)

News

The closing date for the Bangor FC LAST MAN STANDING Competition is fast approaching, but you still have time to complete your entry to be in a chance of winning the top prize in a fund that is currently worth in excess of £200.

You can find out more about the competition and enter online by following this link: Last Man Standing Entry

NEXT FIXTURE:
Bangor v Sofia Farmer , Saturday 30th September, 2:00pm, Bangor Fuels Arena.

(Posted: 29th SEPTEMBER 2017)

News

The draw for the first round of the Intermediate Cup was made earlier this evening and the Seasiders have been handed a home tie against Carrick Rangers Reserves.

The fixture is scheduled for Saturday, 21st October. Kick Off time to be confirmed.

For more information on the draw, please see: irishfa.com

FIXTURE NEWS:
Bangor will play Coagh United at Hagan Park in a League fixture on Saturday, 7th October. The kick-off time is 2:00pm.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Bangor v Sofia Farmer , Saturday 30th September, 2:00pm, Bangor Fuels Arena.

(Posted: 27th SEPTEMBER 2017)


News

Bangor made it through to the quarter final stage of the Toals Steel & Sons Cup this afternoon with a 2-1 win over Albert Foundry at the Bangor Fuels Arena.

Both sides struggled with the blustery conditions in a largely uneventful first half. However, in the dying seconds of first half injury time, Keith Armstrong put the Seasiders ahead from the penalty spot after he had been tripped in the area.

Bangor's lead lasted just a couple of minutes into the second half - Foundry's Marcus Beattie smashed the ball home from the penalty spot.

Bangor conceded another penalty just before the hour mark, but this time Darren Gibbons managed to dive at full stretch to push the ball round the post and away to safety. The Seasiders were reduced to 10 men soon after when Jordan Lucas was given a straight red for a rash reaction to a tackle.

Despite being down to 10 men, Bangor took the lead in the 67th minute. Captain Andy Long found himself space behind the Foundry defence and made no mistake as he smashed the ball into the top corner from 15 yards.

Foundry pressed Bangor in the closing stages, but the Seasiders defence stood firm.

MAN OF THE MATCH: Dwaine Beattie - a fine second half performance.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Bangor v Sofia Farmer , Saturday 30th September, 2:00pm, Bangor Fuels Arena.

(Posted: 23rd SEPTEMBER 2017)


News We are pleased to announce that all tickets for Saturday's pre-match lunch with Hugh Sinclair have now been sold. Many thanks for supporting this event, we hope you all enjoy the day!

Many thanks also to Hectors of Bangor and Alderman Wesley Irvine who are the match and ball sponsors for Saturday's game against Albert Foundry.

FIXTURE NEWS
Bangor will play Sofia Farmer in the first round of the McReynolds Cup on Saturday, 30th September at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Match kick-off 2:00pm.

OTHER FIXTURES:
Saturday's Ballymena & Provincial League fixtures are: Dunloy v. Chimney Corner, Desertmartin P-P Brantwood, Ballynure O.B. v. Coagh United.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Bangor v Albert Foundry , Saturday 23rd September, 2:30pm, Bangor Fuels Arena.

(Posted: 20th SEPTEMBER 2017)


News Bangor recorded a 3-0 league win over Cookstown RBL at a rainy Beechway Playing Fields this afternoon.

The Seasiders dominated much of the first half, which saw both Niall Atkinson and Abby Sanusi go close from set pieces. The effervescent Gerard McMullan eventually opened the scoring for the Seasiders in the 25th minute with a headed goal from a deep Chris Getty cross.

Bangor doubled their lead early in the second half when an unfortunate Cookstown defender headed past his own keeper.

Bangor continued to press Cookstown throughout a second half which saw Niall Atkinson strike the Cookstown woodwork for a second time. Niall's hard work was rewarded in the 63rd minute when he made it 3-0 with a delightful lob from distance.

BangorFC.com Man of the Match: Sammy Devine - a commanding midfield performance.

OTHER RESULTS:

TO THE MAX!
Happy 8th birthday to Bangor supporter Max Watson!

NEXT FIXTURE:
Bangor v Albert Foundry , Saturday 23rd September, 2:30pm, Bangor Fuels Arena.

(Posted: 16th SEPTEMBER 2017)


News Bangor FC will host a 'Manager’s Lunch' on Saturday, 23rd September, giving supporters the opportunity to discuss football with manager Hugh Sinclair. The event will provide fans with a chance to meet Hugh, understand his footballing philosophy and his goals for the season ahead.

Bangor FC Chairman Nicky Davidson said: "The Manager’s Lunch is great news for Bangor supporters. It offers fans the opportunity to listen to Hugh talk about his ideas for the team, details about his recent signings and his strategy for the 2017/18 season.

"There will also be a Q&A session, allowing fans the chance to quiz Hugh about footballing issues and the how the season has started."

The event is on Saturday, 23rd September in the Clubhouse Viewing Lounge, prior to the Steel and Sons fourth round cup tie. The event will start at 11:30am, with lunch served around 12:30. Tickets are limited and will be available on a 'first-come, first-served' basis.

If supporters would like to reserve a ticket, they can contact the club at media@bangorfc.com, via twitter/facebook or speak to any Board member. Tickets will also be available at the Cookstown RBL match.

Tickets are priced as follows: £15 for adults, £5 for children and includes lunch and entry into the fourth round Steel and Sons cup match.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Cookstown RBL v. Bangor , Saturday 16th September, Beechway., Cookstown. KO 2:00pm

(Posted: 12th SEPTEMBER 2017)


NewsBangor will play Albert Foundry at the Bangor Fuels Arena in the 4th Round of the Toals Bookmakers Steel & Sons Cup. The match will be played on Saturday 23rd September.

In tonight's cup draws, Bangor have landed a home fixture against Sofia Farmer in the O'Gorman Cup and another home fixture against Ballynure Old Boys in the McReynolds Cup. The dates for both matches have yet to be arranged.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Cookstown RBL v. Bangor , Saturday 16th September, Beechway., Cookstown. KO 2:00pm

(Posted: 11th SEPTEMBER 2017)


NewsBangor progressed in to the 4th Round of the Steel & Sons Cup on Friday evening with a 2-1 victory over Cliftonville Olympic at Solitude.

Both sides hit the woodwork in a scoreless first half - Niall Atkinson going close for the Seasiders with a dipping 25 yard strike.

The deadlock was broken just before the hour mark when the mercurial Mark Magennis got onto the end of an audacious Johnny Bowers 25 yard free kick to scramble the ball home.

Bangor doubled their lead in the 83rd minute when substitute Dwaine Beattie stole in at the near post to flick in a Mark Magennis corner.

Cliftonville's injury time consolation goal came with only seconds remaining and denied Bangor their third clean sheet in a row.

MAN OF THE MATCH:
With a towering performance at the heart of the Bangor defence, Chris Getty is awarded the BangorFC.com Man of the Match.

WOLSEY'S PLAYER OF THE MONTH:
Congratulations to Jack Wasson who has been awarded the Wolsey's Player of the Month for his tenacious performances in August.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Cookstown RBL v. Bangor , Saturday 16th September, Beechway., Cookstown. KO 2:00pm

(Posted: 9th SEPTEMBER 2017)


News

Bangor are back in action on Friday evening when they take on Cliftonville Olympic at Solitude. Match kick off is 7:45pm. The supporters club bus leaves the Bangor Fuels Arena at 7:00pm - everyone welcome.

Bangor's next league fixture will be on Saturday 16th September away to Cookstown RBL. The match will take place at Beechway PF, Coagh Street, Cookstown. Kick-Off 2:00pm.

Other News
Midfielder Dillon Turnbull has joined 1st Bangor. We wish him well on his move.

NEXT FIXTURE:

Friday, 8th September, Cliftonville Olympic v Bangor, S&S Cup R3, Solitude, 7:45pm

(Posted: 7th SEPTEMBER 2017)


News

Bangor recorded a 4-0 win over Ballynure Old Boys at the Bangor Fuels Arena this afternoon. The effervescent Gerard McMullan marked his return to the Seaside with a goal on 13 minutes - a fine individual effort.

Ethan Boylan had tapped in from close range to double Bangor's lead before Darren Gibbons was called into action to make a fantastic double save from a Ballynure penalty. Boylan then bagged his second of the game within a minute to put Bangor 3 up at the break.

Keith Armstrong had completed the scoring on 53' from the penalty spot before Ballynure's Chris McIlwaine received his marching orders on the hour.

BangorFC.com Man of the Match: Darren Gibbons

JOSH DROPS IN

A big thank you to Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis for dropping in to the Bangor Fuels Arena to catch the Seasiders in action on Saturday afternoon. Josh had just returned from San Marino where he had bagged a couple of goals for Northern Ireland on Friday night.

Josh took plenty of time out to pose for photos and sign autographs for fans. Best of luck on Monday night Josh!

NEXT FIXTURE:

Friday, 8th September, Cliftonville Olympic v Bangor, S&S Cup R3, Solitude, 7:45pm

(Posted: 2nd SEPTEMBER 2017)


News

It's deadline day and Bangor are pleased to welcome striker Abby Sanusi to the club.

Abby has had spells with Shamrock Rovers, Dungannon Swifts and more recently Knockbreda. Bangor supporters may recall Abby's spectacular goal for Carrick Rangers against us at Taylors Avenue a few seasons ago.

Welcome to the club Abby!

We can also confirm that midfielder Nathan Spiers has opted to join Sirocco Works. We wish Nathan well on his move.

NEXT FIXTURE:

Saturday, 2nd September, Bangor v Ballynure O.B., BAPL, The Bangor Fuels Arena, 2:00pm

(Posted: 31st AUGUST 2017)


News

Tonight, we are pleased to confirm that Hugh Sinclair has added another player to the Seasiders squad.

We welcome American midfielder CJ Moore (pictured left) to the club.

NEXT FIXTURE:

Saturday, 2nd September, Bangor v Ballynure O.B., BAPL, The Bangor Fuels Arena, 2:00pm

OTHER FIXTURE NEWS:
Bangor's 3rd Round Steel & Sons Cup fixture against Cliftonville Olympic will be played at Solitude on Friday, 8th September with a 7:45pm kick off.

(Posted: 30th AUGUST 2017)


News

Hugh Sinclair continues to work hard in the final days of the transfer window and tonight we are pleased to confirm that both Mark Magennis and Sammy Devine have joined Bangor.

Midfield maestro Mark returns to Bangor from East Belfast, while the former Ards & Welders midfielder Sammy Devine joins us from Knockbreda.

We can also confirm that striker Robert Robinson, who had featured for the Seasiders in pre-season has now moved on to Albert Foundry. We wish him all the very best.

NEXT FIXTURE:

Saturday, 2nd September, Bangor v Ballynure O.B., BAPL, The Bangor Fuels Arena, 2:00pm

(Posted: 29th AUGUST 2017)


News

We are pleased to confirm that winger Gerard McMullan has completed a move from Donegal Celtic to Bangor.

Gerard will be available for Saturday's League game against Ballynure OB, but will be unavailable for Steel & Sons Cup matches as he is cup-tied.

Welcome back to Bangor Ger!

NEXT FIXTURE:

Saturday, 2nd September, Bangor v Ballynure O.B., BAPL, The Bangor Fuels Arena, 2:00pm

(Posted: 28th AUGUST 2017)


News

Bangor progressed comfortably into the next round of the Steel & Sons Cup with a 9-0 win over Kilmore Rec at the Bangor Fuels Arena this afternoon.

Jack Wasson opened the scoring after 4 minutes with a somewhat fortunate looping effort. Dale Patton and the returning Ethan Boylan followed up with goals number 2 and 3 before the 20 minute mark.

Five minutes before half-time, defender Chris Getty fired one into the top corner from wide on the right to make it 4-0.

Dwaine Beattie and Dale Patton both found the net with speculative strikes just before half-time to make it 6-0 at the break.

Bangor had to wait until the 75th minute for their next goal when Kyle Woods tapped in a rebound from a Keith Armstrong shot from distance.

Captain Andy Long's 40 yard cross (definitely a cross) from wide on the right somehow found the back of the net to make it 8-0 and Jordan Lucas completed the scoring in the 89th minute when he broke the offside trap to slide the ball past the advancing Kilmore keeper.

TRANSFER NEWS

We are pleased to announce that 21 year old midfielder Nathan Spiers has joined the Seasiders from 1st Bangor. Welcome to the club Nathan!

Meanwhile, we wish defender Scott Woods all the very best as he has departed for Shankill United.

NEXT FIXTURE:

Saturday, 2nd September, Bangor v Ballynure O.B., BAPL, The Bangor Fuels Arena, 2:00pm

(Posted: 26th AUGUST 2017)


Seasiders eclipsed by Swifts

News

Bangor suffered a second defeat of the week this evening, going down 2-1 in a closely fought contest with St. James Swifts at the Bangor Fuels Arena.

Michael McClean gave the Seasiders the lead in the 20th minute with a powerful header, but a deflected Eugene Gallagher strike on 44' saw the teams go in level at the break.

The game looked to be heading for a draw until the 84th minute when Jack Wasson's strong challenge richocheted back off Padraig McCormick and into the Bangor net.

Bangor forced a series of corners and pushed hard for an equalizer in the closing minutes, but could not find a way past Maybin in the Swifts goal. Another disappointing result for the Seasiders.

OTHER BAPL RESULTS: Glebe Rangers 1-0 Dunloy, Ballynure OB 1-3 Brantwood, Cookstown Royal British Legion 2-1 Sofia Farm.

NEXT FIXTURE:

Saturday, 26th August, Bangor v Kilmore Rec, Steel & Sons Cup Round 2, The Bangor Fuels Arena, 2:30pm

(Posted: 23rd AUGUST 2017)


Two former players return to Bangor

News

We are delighted to confirm that striker Ethan Boylan has re-joined the club from H & W Welders.

Ethan netted 32 times in his previous two and a half seasons at the Bangor Fuels Arena before departing for the Welders in January 2016.

Also making a very welcome and swift return to the Seasiders today is winger Jordan Lucas.

Welcome back to Bangor!

MATCH TONIGHT:

Don't forget that Bangor are back in action tonight when St. James Swifts make their first ever appearance at the Bangor Fuels Arena.

Tonight's match has been kindly sponsored by The Solar Panel Company NI Ltd.
Kick Off time is 7:45pm.

(Posted: 23rd AUGUST 2017)


News

The Seasiders crashed out of the Irish Cup in disappointing fashion this afternoon, going down 2-0 to Glebe Rangers at a blustery Riada Stadium.

Glebe went ahead with a 12th minute penalty and later secured their win with a drilled free-kick that went under the Bangor wall.

Bangor's best chances fell to Niall Atkinson, who was denied twice by excellent stops from the Glebe keeper in the first half.

NEXT FIXTURE: Wednesday, 23rd August, Bangor v St. James Swifts, BAPL at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Kick Off 7:45pm

(Posted: 19th AUGUST 2017)


News

Thanks to everyone who entered Predict The Score - the first Bangor Football Matters competition of 2017/18.

We had a brilliant response, with 47 entries received. As a result the top prize now stands at £60.

We will keep you updated throughout the season as the competition progresses. The first league table and predictions for next game will be published in time for our next game against St. James Swifts.

(Posted: 19th AUGUST 2017)


News

Tonight, we are pleased to announce that 23 year old defender Karl Rossborough has joined the Seasiders from Premier Intermediate League club Donegal Celtic.
Welcome aboard Karl!

NEXT FIXTURE: Saturday, 19th August, Glebe Rangers v Bangor, Irish Cup (Round 1) at the Joey Dunlop Centre. Kick Off 1:30pm

(Posted: 17th AUGUST 2017)


News

A last gasp goal from substitute Michael Edgar salvaged a point the Seasiders at the Bangor Fuels Arena tonight.

Kyle Woods headed Bangor into the lead after 15 minutes, but Curtis Dempster's curling free-kick levelled it for Brantwood on 21'.

The second half was barely a minute old when Bangor captain Andy Long was dismissed for a second yellow card. Even with 10 men, Bangor dominated much of the play, but were caught out in the 80th minute when Ross Cowan delicately lobbed Darren Gibbons to put Brantwood ahead.

With five minutes to go, Darren Gibbons saved a Dempster spot kick, and minutes later Bangor were reduced to 9 men when Keith Armstrong was given his marching orders.

With just nine men on the pitch, Bangor rallied and substitute Michael Edgar nodded home the leveller in the 90th minute.

GETTY SIGNS....
Hugh Sinclair has today added experienced defender Chris Getty to his squad. The former Ballyclare Comrades & Glebe Rangers centre-back also had a spell with the Seasiders under Marty Quinn. Chris will be available to face his former club Glebe Rangers in the Irish Cup on Saturday.

TONIGHT'S OTHER FIXTURES IN THE BAPL:
Chimney Corner v Cookstown Youth, Desertmartin v Cookstown RBL, Newtowne v Glebe Rangers

OTHER FIXTURE NEWS
Next week's midweek fixture against St. James Swifts has been switched to the Bangor Fuels Arena. Kick-off time 7:45pm.

NEXT FIXTURE: Saturday, 19th August, Glebe Rangers v Bangor, Irish Cup (Round 1) at the Joey Dunlop Centre. Kick Off 1:30pm

(Posted: 16th AUGUST 2017)


News

Bangor edged through to the next round of the Toal's Steel & Sons Cup this afternoon, defeating Donegal Celtic 5-3 in a penalty shootout.

Keith Armstrong was the hero of the day as he blasted Bangor into an 18th minute lead with a superb 25 yard strike.

Bangor were reduced to 10 men early in the second half when Eddie Williamson was given his marching orders. Declan Monaghan then levelled it for D.C. on 57 minutes.

It was 1-1 after 90 minutes, and no further scoring in extra time, the game game ended with a dramatic penalty shootout.

A single miss from D.C. was enough to secure Bangor's progression into the next round. Niall Atkinson, Andy Long, Johnny Bowers, Dale Patton and Keith Armstrong all converted their spot kicks.

Bangor will now face Kilmore Rec. in the 2nd Round of the Toal's Steel & Sons Cup at the Bangor Fuels Arena on Saturday, 26th August

OTHER RESULTS IN THE BAPL:
Brantwood 3-4 Sofia Farm, Cookstown Youth 1-2 Newtowne, Cookstown RBL 0-7 Coagh United, Glebe Rangers 3-2 Desertmartin.

NEXT FIXTURE: Wednesday, 16th August, Bangor v Brantwood, BAPL at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Kick Off 7:45pm

(Posted: 12th AUGUST 2017)


News

The new season kicks off at 2:30pm today when Bangor host Donegal Celtic in the Toals Steel & Sons Cup at the Bangor Fuels Arena. (Please note the earlier kick off time).

Today's match sponsor : Brazil Two

Admission prices are £5 Adult, £3 Concession, Under-16's are free with a paying adult. Season ticket holders get an additional discount on admission.

The club shop will be open,so don't forget to bring along your Predict The Score entry, as the closing date is Wednesday. More information HERE.

NEXT FIXTURE: Wednesday, 16th August, Bangor v Brantwood, BAPL at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Kick Off 7:45pm

(Posted: 12th AUGUST 2017)


News

The new season kicks off on Saturday and tonight we are pleased to unveil the new Bangor FC home kit for season 2017/18.

The Bangor Fuels sponsored Nike home kit marks a return to the club colours of old. We are also pleased to announce that replica kits will soon be available from a soon to be opened online club shop.

Clandeboye B.S.C. - A.G.M.

The Clandeboye Bangor Supporters Club AGM takes place on Saturday (12th) in the Bangor FC Social Club at 1:00pm. All existing members should attend.

New members will be made very welcome, so please feel free to come along.

NEXT FIXTURE: Saturday, 12th August, Bangor v Donegal Celtic, Steel & Sons Cup R1 at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Kick Off 2:30pm

(Posted: 10th AUGUST 2017)


News Bangor are pleased to announce the signing of three players. Dale Patton (Striker), who was with the club last season returns to the Seasiders, as does goalkeeper Connor Couston who was last with us under Eric Halliday.

Also signing for Bangor is midfielder Jack Wasson. Jack joins us from Amateur League side Woodvale.

Shirt sponsorship is available for all three players. Contact sponsor@bangorfc.com for further information.

Welcome to the Seasiders!


News Bangor finished their pre-season fixtures with a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Balywalter Rec. at Davidson Park this afternoon.

Neil Graham scored the only goal for Bangor on a frustrating afternoon when The Seasiders rarely found their stride.

NEXT FIXTURE: Saturday, 12th August, Bangor v Donegal Celtic, Steel & Sons Cup R1 at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Kick Off 2:30pm

(Posted: 5th AUGUST 2017)


Dean Justin PLAYER SIGNINGS
We are pleased to confirm that the following players have agreed terms for the new season: Scott Woods (Defender), Dean Justin (Defender), Charley Emerson (Striker), Dillon Turnbull (Midfield) and Liam Conlon (Striker).

Scott, Charley and Dillon are all now available for player sponsorship on a first come,first served basis!

Contact sponsor@bangorfc.com for further information.

WOLSEY'S PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR JULY - DEAN JUSTIN
Congratulations to Dean Justin, who has been voted the Wolsey's Player of the Month for July by the Bangor Management Team.

NEXT FIXTURE:
Sat, 5th August 2017 - Ballywalter Rec v BANGOR at Davidson Park, Ballywalter
Match Kick off 3:00pm

(Posted: 3rd AUGUST 2017)


News Bangor have been drawn to play Glebe Rangers in the First Round of the Irish Cup.

The tie will be played on Saturday, 19th August at the Riada Stadium, Ballymoney. Kick off time has yet to be confirmed.

(Posted: 3rd AUGUST 2017)

 


Albert Foundry A Bangor side that featured several new faces drew 1-1 with Albert Foundry at the Bangor Fuels Arena this evening.

Johnny Bowers put the Seasiders ahead after 33 minutes with a tidy 20 yard free-kick that went in off the woodwork. Six minutes later, Foundry striker John Martin teed up Marcus Beattie for a tap in to level it.

(Posted: 1st AUGUST 2017)

 


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