The Seasiders lifted the Steel & Sons Cup at Seaview today in front of a bumper Christmas crowd.

Second half goals from Ben Arthurs and Adam Neale secured the win after Bangor had fallen behind to an Andrew Carberry strike early in the second half.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, D.Hume, R.Arthur, J.Boyle, D.O'Kane(K.Devine), L.Harrison, A.Neale, M.Halliday(B.Arthurs), J.Glover(J.Hughes)
Subs: S.McArthur, G.Beattie


(Posted: Saturday, 24th December 2022)


Bangor supporters should access the stadium either via Gate A (Gate at the Traffic lights) which has access to fonaCAB Stand and the North (Main) Stand or via Gate C (St Vincent Street with access to the Rite Price Stand or North Terrace)

A big crowd is expected, so the best option is to purchase tickets in advance at the following link: TICKETS.

A limited number of tickets will also be available on the day from the ticket office at the front of the McDonald Centre in St Vincent Street.

Please be considerate when parking around the stadium. There will be NO PARKING available in St Vincent Street or St Aubyn Street. This is to allow access for Ambulance and other Emergency Services.

We would encourage you to arrive early for the game. Gates will open at 9.45am sharp.


(Posted: Friday, 23rd December 2022)

Banbridge Town 

Today's match was abandoned early in the second half as the state of the Clandeboye Park pitch deteriorated in the freezing weather conditions.

The game will be replayed at a later date.

Saturday, 24th December - BANGOR v. DUNMURRY REC, Steel & Sons Cup Final, Seaview, 10:45am

Ballymacash Rangers 2-3 Queen's University

(Posted: Saturday, 17th December 2022)


Two goals from striker Adam Neale gave Bangor the victory over Portstewart at Mullaghacall this afternoon.

Neale prodded the ball over the line in just the second minute when a Seanna Foster cross from the right deceived the Portstewart goalkeeper.

A mix up between David Hume and James Taylor gave Portstewart a route back into the game in the 17th minute, but when Seanna Foster was brought down by the Portstewart 'keeper two minutes into the second half, Adam Neale made no mistake from the penalty spot and secured another valuable three points for the Seasiders.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, D.Hume, R.Arthur, J.Boyle, D.O'Kane, L.Harrison, A.Neale, M.Halliday, J.Glover
Subs: M.Orbinson, G.Beattie, K.Devine, A.Harris, J.Hughes, R.Craig, R.D'Sena

Saturday, 17th December, Bangor v. Banbridge Town, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm


Adult £7, Concession £5 - BUY TICKETS

(Posted: Saturday, 10th December 2022)

The Seasiders have been drawn at home to Tandragee Rovers in Round 5 of the Irish Cup. The tie will be played on Saturday, 7th January at Clandeboye Park.

The full draw can be seen HERE

(Posted: Tuesday, 6th December 2022)

Queens University 

First half goals from Adam Neale and Michael Halliday proved just enough to secure three league points for Bangor in a closely fought encounter at the Dub this afternoon.

The Seasiders had to soak up some early Queens pressure, but Adam Neale found space in the box to scramble home the opener for Bangor in the 12th minute.

Bangor were two up in the 21st minute when a Reece Neale cross from the left was met by the head of Michael Halliday for his fourth goal of the season.

Bangor goalkeeper James Taylor could do little to stop Ronan Young's' effort in the 70th minute as Queens got right back into the game.

In a frantic finish, Queens were denied a last gasp equaliser when a 20 yard free-kick came back off the Bangor upright.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, D.Hume, R.Arthur, J.Boyle, A.Harris, D.O'Kane(K.Devine), A.Neale, M.Halliday(J.Hughes), J.Glover(S.McArthur).
Subs: M.Orbinson, R.Nixon, A.Ferguson, R.Craig


Ballymacash Rangers 3-0 Limavady United, Lisburn Distillery 0-3 Banbridge Town, Moyola Park 3-0 Dollingstown, Tobermore United 4-0 PSNI, Portstewart 2-2 Armagh City.

Queens University 

Saturday, 10th December, Portstewart v. Bangor, Mullaghacall, PIL, 2:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 3rd December 2022)

24.12.2022 - BANGOR v. DUNMURRY REC.

The kick off time for the Steel & Sons Cup Final on Christmas Eve has been confirmed as 10:45am

(Posted: Thursday, 1st December 2022)

Limavady United 

The Seasiders are through to Round 5 of the Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup following a 2-1 victory over Limavady United at the Showgrounds this afternoon.

A looping 18 yard header from Michael Halliday gave Bangor a deserved lead in the 25th minute, but the scores were level again in the 36th minute when Alex Pomeroy struck home a controversial penalty for Limavady.

Micahel Halliday turned provider in the 67th minute when his flicked header found defender David Hume who directed the ball over the head of the stranded Wells.

J.Taylor, S.Foster(G.Beattie), R.Neale, D.Hume, J.Boyle, R.Arthur, L.Harrison(A.Harris), D.O'Kane, S.McArthur, M.Halliday, J.Glover(R.Craig).
Subs: M.Orbinson, C.J.Sullivan, A.Ferguson, J.Hughes


Saturday, 3rd December 2022 - Queen's University v. Bangor, PIL, The Dub, 2:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 26th November 2022)

Strabane Athletic 

Bangor are through to the Final of the Steel & Sons Cup following a 1-0 victory over Ballymacash Rangers at Seaview this evening. The Seasiders will return to Seaview to play Dunmurry Rec in the Christmas Eve Final.

A remarkable 20 yard strike from Jamie Glover in the 76th minute was all that separated the sides in tonight's closely fought contest. Glover lashed in the winner following great work from Adam Neale and Man of the Match Scott McArthur on the right.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, R.D'Sena(D.Hume), J.Boyle, R.Arthur, L.Harrison, K.Devine(D.O'Kane), S.McArthur, A.Neale, J.Glover.
Subs: G.Beattie, M.Halliday, R.Craig

Saturday, 26th November 2022 - Limavady United v. Bangor, Irish Cup, Limavady Showgrounds, 1:30pm

(Posted: Tuesday, 22nd November 2022)

Strabane Athletic 

Bangor crashed out of the Intermediate Cup this afternoon, losing 5-4 on penalties to Strabane Athletic after the game had ended 1-1 after extra-time.

Adam Neale gave Bangor the lead after 58 minutes when he powered home a bullet header from a Reece Neale cross, but a momentary lapse in the Bangor defence gifted Strabane striker Rory Patterson with an equaliser in the 80th minute.

Bangor defender John Boyle was unlucky in seeing his spot-kick crash back off the crossbar in the shootout which finished 5-4 in Strabane's favour.


M.Orbinson, G.Beattie, R.Neale(S.Foster), J.Boyle, R.Arthur, D.Hume, L.Harrison(D.O'Kane), A.Harris (K.Devine), A.Neale (M.Halliday), J.Hughes, J.Glover(S.McArthur)
Subs not used: J.Taylor, R.D'Sena

Tickets for Tuesday evening's Steel & Sons Cup semi-final against Ballymacash Rangers are now on sale here >> TICKETS <

Priced £6 Adult, £4 concession, tickets will also be available on the night from the Seaview Ticket Office.

(Posted: Saturday, 19th November 2022)

Bangor will play Ballymacash Rangers at Seaview on Tuesday, 22nd November in the semi-final of the Steel & Sons Cup.
Match Kick-off: 7:45pm

(Posted: Sunday, 13th November 2022)

Albert Foundry 

The Seasiders have qualified for the semi-final of the Steel & Sons Cup.

Ben Arthurs picked himself up to fire home an 8th minute penalty and the returning Adam Neale then hit a second half hat-trick.


J.Taylor, G.Beattie, S.Foster(A.Ferguson), R.Arthur, R.D'Sena, J.Boyle, D.O'Kane(A.Harris), K.Devine, A.Neale, S.McArthur, B.Arthurs(M.Halliday).
Subs: M.Orbinson, R.Craig

Saturday, 19th November - Bangor v Strabane Athletic, Intermediate Cup, Clandeboye Park, 1:30pm

(Posted: Saturday, 12th November 2022)

Belfast Celtic 

Bangor have made it safely through to the 4th round of the Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup following a 3-0 victory over Belfast Celtic at Glen Road Heights this afternoon.

Scott McArthur opened the scoring after 7 minutes when he latched on to a Ben Arthurs header to race through and smash the ball past McLaughlin. Seanna Foster's low drive from the right found its way into the Belfast Celtic net after 26 minutes.

Captain Gareth Beattie opened his account for the season when he found space in the penalty area to cut back and blast the ball into the Celtic net after 42 minutes.

The Seasiders will travel to Limavady Showgrounds on Saturday, 26th November for their 4th round Irish Cup tie against Limavady United. Match kick-off: 1:30pm

J.Taylor, G.Beattie, S.Foster, J.Boyle, D.Hume (A.Ferguson), R.Arthur, K.Devine, D.O'Kane (A.Harris), B.Arthurs (J.Hughes), M.Halliday, S.McArthur (R.Craig).
Subs: M.Orbinson, CJ Sullivan, T.Mathieson


Saturday, 12th November, Albert Foundry v Bangor, S&S Cup Q-Final, Paisley Park, 1:30pm

Lisburn Distillery 1-4 Armagh City, Portstewart 2-0 PSNI, Queen's University 1-1 Limavady United, Ballymacash Rangers 1-0 Moyola Park.

(Posted: Saturday, 5th November 2022)

Belfast Celtic 


(Posted:Saturday 29th October 2022)

Bangor have been drawn at home against Strabane Athletic in the second round of the McComb's Coach Travel Intermediate Cup. The tie will be played on Saturday, 19th November at 1:30pm

(Posted: Friday, 28th October 2022)

Frankie Wilson 

It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of Frankie Wilson.

Frankie joined Bangor as a player in 2001 and returned to the Club as manager in 2010, guiding the Seasiders to Steel & Sons Cup glory.

We send our condolences to Frankie’s family and friends at this sad time.

(Posted: Friday, 28th October 2022)


Bangor picked up another vital three league points with a 2-0 win over PSNI at a rain soaked Clandeboye Park this evening.

Following a scoreless first half, Adam Neale broke the deadlock by firing home from 15 yards in the 60th minute. Ben Arthurs reacted quickly to poke home a fumble by Magill from close range in the 85th minute to seal the victory for the Seasiders.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale(G.Beattie), J.Boyle, R.D'Sena, D.Hume, K.Devine(A.Harris), D.O'Kane, T.Mathieson(S.McArthur), B.Arthurs, A.Neale.
Subs not used: M.Orbinson, R.Craig, M.Halliday

Bangor will return to Paisley Park on Saturday, 12nd November to play Albert Foundry in the quarter-final of the Steel & Sons Cup. The winner of the tie will face either Crewe United or Ballymacash Rangers.

Armagh City 2-0 Banbridge Town, Ballymacash Rangers 2-2 Lisburn Distillery, Limavady United 3-1 Portstewart, Moyola Park 1-1 Tobermore United


(Posted: Tuesday, 25th October 2022)

Glentoran 2nds 

Bangor are safely through to the quarter final stage of the Steel & Sons Cup.

Ben Arthurs celebrated his return to the side by heading home a 15th minute Adam Neale cross from the right. The Seasiders bombarded the Glentoran goal throughout the first half, with David Hume bringing out a fine save from Argyrides while Karl Devine's 30 yard effort in the 42nd minute went inches wide of the upright.

Bangor continued pressing in the second half and when a deep cross from the right was parried by Argyrides in the 54th minute, Reece Neale was on hand to steer the ball home into the unguarded net.

Adam Neale completed the scoring in the 72nd minute when he was on hand to fire home a rebound from a Lewis Harrison 20 yard shot.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, R.Arthur, D.Hume, J.Boyle, K.Devine(D.O'Kane), L.Harrison(A.Harris), B.Arthurs(M.Halliday), A.Neale, J.Glover.
Subs not used: G.Beattie, T.Mathieson

Tuesday, 25th October, Bangor v. PSNI, PIL, 7:45pm

(Posted: Saturday, 22nd October 2022)

Podiatrist Leah Bradley has joined the Bangor FC medical team.


Leah will be providing podiatric support to the men’s senior team, making sure the feet of the players have no issues.

Bangor FC Podiatrist Leah Bradley said: "My main role at the club will be routine health check on the players’ foot health. I will also deal with any niggles and make sure they can go out onto the pitch pain-free.

"I want to ensure minor issues don’t become major problems for players and stop a player being injured. In the future, I intend to look at players’ biomechanics to help offload pain and help with their running."

Leah is a registered podiatrist, who graduated from Ulster University in 2020 and is working in private practice.

Head of Medical Services at Bangor FC, Luke Neal said: "I am delighted that Leah has joined the medical team at Bangor Football Club. Her main job will be taking care of the players' feet, to ensure they are fit and healthy to get on the pitch.

"It is vitally important that the feet of our players are well looked after and they understand short and long term foot health. Also, if Leah can help with improving injury recovery, then her role will be invaluable."

Luke concluded: "We are building a medical team at Bangor FC to help with physical performance and injury prevention, We have worked with the coaching team to promote new training methods and we have also opened a new gym at the club to help build player strength to reduce injuries.

"The Board is determined to deliver success on the field, but we are also united in the vision that we must lay the foundations for future standards off the pitch, to ensure the club's sustainability."

(Posted: Tuesday, 18th October 2022)

Albert Foundry 

Michael Halliday came off the bench to save the day for Bangor and score twice to put the Seasiders into the second round of the Intermediate Cup at a blustery Paisley Park this afternoon.

Bangor had two early setbacks, with Scott McArthur and Jordan Hughes both coming off with injuries. Albert Foundry took the lead in the 36th minute when a cross for the right was nodded past Taylor.

The Seasiders dominated much of the second half, but had to wait until the 93rd minute for Michael Halliday nod a perfect Seanna Foster cross into the Albert Foundry net.

Bangor stepped up the pressure in the first period of extra time and Jamie Glover broke down the left wing in the 98th minute to square for Michael Halliday to prod home the winner.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, R.D'Sena, D.Hume, S.McArthur(D.O'Kane), L.Harrison, A.Harris(K.Devine), T.Mathieson(J.Boyle), J.Hughes(M.Halliday), J.Glover.
Subs not used: M.Orbinson, R.Craig, A.Ferguson

Saturday, 22nd October - Glentoran 2nds v Bangor, S&S Cup, Ashfield Boys High School

(Posted: Saturday, 15th October 2022)

We Care You Matter 

Bangor FC is committed to delivering a wide range of engaging provision to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of its players and coaches.

With a wide range of programmes targeting all age groups, Bangor FC has been signposting and delivering projects to help promote mental health as a priority around the football club.

Bangor FC Mental Health and Wellbeing Officer Kenny Greenhill said: "Since my appointment in 2021, I set up a team called ‘We Care – You Matter’, to help manage mental health and wellbeing issues at the club.

"The team has delivered mental health awareness sessions to our academy coaches and recently talked to the senior team and management about the importance of mental health and emotional wellbeing.

"We also established a social media account, specifically to signpost and update supporters, players and management about what programmes are available to support them around mental health and wellbeing."

Kenny continued: "As part of our mental health programme, we recently finished new artistic boards, which can be seen at Clandeboye Park. They were designed by participants who entered our Mental Health Tournament and local artist Chris McGuiggan from Codo Drops, a mental health group. They are a creative way to help talk and open up about mental health. A special note of thanks to SPORTS Mental Health NI for providing the boards and helping to make this happen.

"It is World Mental Health Day on 10 October and the theme is ‘Make mental health & wellbeing for all a global priority’. Everyone at Bangor FC backs this message, as the wellbeing of everyone connected to the club is paramount."

Anyone who needs support can contact the Bangor FC ‘We Care – You Matter’ team by emailing

(Posted: Monday, 10th October 2022)

Armagh City 

Goals from Jamie Glover, Adam Neale (2), Reece Neale and David Hume secured a comfortable 5-0 win over Armagh City at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Bangor dominated the opening stages, but had to wait until the 24th minute to make the breakthrough. Jamie Glover was on hand to get the final touch to an Adam Neale shot following good work from Scott McArthur on the right.

Bangor's second came nine minutes into the second half when David Hume prodded home the rebound from a save by Byrne. Adam Neale volleyed home a Dylan O'Kane cross in the 67th minute before a Reece Neale cross from the left curled its way into the corner of the Armagh City net. Adam Neale grabbed his 4th goal in 3 games in the 80th minute when he raced through to smash the ball past Byrne.

M.Orbinson, S.Foster(A.Ferguson), R.Neale, J.Boyle, R.D'Sena, D.Hume, K.Devine(A.Harris), L.Harrison(R.Craig), J.Glover(D.O'Kane), S.McArthur(J.Hughes), A.Neale.
Subs not used: T.Mashal, B.Arthurs


Banbridge Town 2-1 Queen's University, Lisburn Distillery 1-0 Moyola Park, Portstewart 1-2 Dollingstown, PSNI 1-2 Limavady United, Tobermore United 0-2 Ballymacash Rangers.

Saturday, 15th October 2022 - ALBERT FOUNDRY v BANGOR, Paisley Park, McComb's Coach Travel Intermediate Cup.

(Posted: Saturday, 8th October 2022)

Belfast Celtic 

Second half strikes from Ben Arthurs and Adam Neale were enough to send Bangor into Round 4 of the Toals Bet Steel & Sons Cup at Glen Road Heights this afternoon.

Ben Arthurs pounced in the 47th minute when McLaughlin spilled a low Adam Neale shot. Arthurs turned provider in the 78th minute, when he flicked the ball on to Adam Neale who rounded McLaughlin to fire home from a tight angle.

Bangor will travel to play Glentoran II in the 4th round on Saturday, 22nd October.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, R.Neale, D.Hume, J.Boyle, R.Arthur, L.Harrison, K.Devine(A.Harris), B.Arthurs, A.Neale, J.Glover(D.O'Kane)
Subs not used: M.Orbinson, T.Mathieson, J.Hughes

Queens University 3-2 PSNI

Saturday, 8th October 2022 - Bangor v Armagh City, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 1st October 2022)


Ballymacash Rangers 1-1 Bangor.

Adam Neale came off the bench to rescue a point for Bangor in injury time at the Bluebell Stadium this afternoon.


J.Taylor, R.Neale, D.Hume, J.Boyle, R.Arthur, S.Foster, K.Devine(D.O'Kane), L.Harrison, T.Mathieson(A.Neale), S.McArthur(J.Hughes), B.Arthurs
Subs not used: A.Ferguson, A.Harris, J.Glover, M.Orbinson

Dollingstown 6-0 PSNI, Limavady United 1-1 Banbridge Town, Lisburn Distillery 1-2 Tobermore United, Moyola Park 3-0 Armagh City, Queens 3-4 Portstewart

Saturday, 1st October 2022 - Belfast Celtic v Bangor, S&S Cup, Glen Road Heights, 2:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 24th September 2022)

Bangor have this evening been drawn away to Belfast Celtic in the third round of the Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup. The tie will be played on Saturday, 29th October 2022.

(Posted: Tuesday, 20th September 2022)


Bangor FC has officially agreed a two-year deal with McGimpsey Removals to sponsor their youth teams from under 11s to under 21s.

Bangor FC Vice Chairman Jim Russell said: "The sponsorship deal with McGimpsey Removals is a major coup for the Bangor FC Academy. We are delighted to help secure the support of such a high-profile company with well-established links in the city.

“McGimpsey Removals share Bangor FC's value of community involvement and we look forward to working together with them over the course of the next two seasons. Their sponsorship will help support the development of young players from the community, so they can fulfil their potential and play senior football for their local football club."

Managing Director of McGimpsey Removals Melissa Gibbons said: "We're proud to be sponsoring the Bangor FC Academy for the next two seasons. It’s great to be so closely involved with the local community.

"Sponsoring grass roots football is vitally important because it provides so many benefits to young people. From fitness to social skills and learning to be part of a team, involvement in academy football offers up a number of life lessons to young people that will serve them as they mature into adults.

"Partnership and community involvement are extremely important to McGimpsey Removals and we look forward to working alongside Bangor FC and seeing them succeed."


McGimpsey Removals is a five star removals company based in Northern Ireland with an excellence focused Customer Service Team and a first class range of services.

(Posted: Sunday, 18th September 2022)


The Seasiders are safely through to round 3 of the Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup following a 4-0 win over Strabane Athletic at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Jordan Hughes opened his account for the season, sliding the ball past Boggs in the 10th minute. Some neat footwook from Tom Mathieson gave him room to guide the ball into the top corner of the Strabane net in the 15th minute.

Seanna Foster produced a pinpoint cross from the right for Ben Arthurs to nod home the third in the 56th minute. Substitute Scott McArthur completed the scoring when he weaved his way around the Strabane defence before floating the ball into the top corner after 77 minutes.

J.Taylor, S.Foster, J.Boyle, D.Hume, R.Arthur, K.Devine, L.Harrison, T.Mathieson(S.McArthur), B.Arthurs(E.Boylan), J.Hughes(R.Craig), J.Glover.
Subs: M.Orbinson, A.Ferguson, D.O'Kane, A.Harris

Saturday, 24th September - Ballymacash Rangers v Bangor, PIL, Bluebell Stadium, 1:00pm

We are delighted to complete the signing of Adam Neale from Rathfriland.
The 29 year old striker, & brother of Reece, found the net 40 times last season as his former club won the Amateur League & lifted the Intermediate Cup.
Welcome to Bangor, Adam!

(Posted: Saturday, 17th September 2022)

Good luck to Eoin O'Neill and Finn Moffett who have both departed the club to begin their university studies. We also wish Bradley Lyttle well as he joins Amateur League side St. Mary's.

Bangor will be on the road on Saturday, 15th October to play Albert Foundry in the first round of the McComb's Coach Travel Intermediate Cup.

Bangor's postponed Steel & Sons Cup match against Belfast Celtic will now be played on Saturday, 1st October at Glen Road Heights.

(Posted: Wednesday, 14th September 2022)

Annagh United 

The Seasiders had a tough time in this evening's BetMcLean League Cup fixture at Clandeboye Park, losing 4-0 to Annagh United. Lapses in the Bangor defence saw Annagh race into an early 2-0 lead and they followed this up with further strikes in the 81st and 83rd minute.

J.Taylor, R.Neale, S.Foster, R.D'Sena, R.Arthur, J.Boyle, A.Harris(K.Devine), D.O'Kane, J.Glover, J.Hughes(E.Boylan), T.Mathieson(S.McArthur)
Subs not used: M.Orbinson, D.Hume, A.Ferguson, R.Craig

Saturday, 17th September - Bangor v Strabane Athletic, Samuel Geston's Whiskey Irish Cup, Clandeboye Park, 1:30pm

(Posted: Tuesday, 13th September 2022)

As a mark of respect following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this weekend‘s fixtures across all affiliated football in Northern Ireland, and all other organised football activity, at all levels, have been postponed

(Posted: Friday, 9th September 2022)


Bangor put on a fine performance in the County Antrim Shield at Clandeboye Park this evening, holding Cliftonville to a 0-0 draw before narrowly losing 5-4 in a penalty shootout.

The Seasiders limited the Reds to just a handful of chances in the 90 minutes, with goalkeeper Marc Orbinson producing a couple of outstanding saves.

Ben Arthurs, Ally Ferguson, Reece Neale and Dylan O'Kane were on target for the Seasiders in the shootout. The unfortunate takers were Jordan Hughes and CJ Sullivan.

M.Orbinson, R.Neale, D.Hume, J.Boyle, R.D'Sena, T.Mathieson(B.Arthurs), A.Harris(D.O'Kane), K.Devine(CJ.Sullivan), A.Ferguson, R.Craig(S.McArthur), J.Hughes.
Subs: J.Taylor, M.Halliday, Millar

(Posted: Tuesday, 6th September 2022)


Bangor continued their good run of form with a 3-0 league win over Dollingstown at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Ben Arthurs nodded in from close range in the 3rd minute after good work from debutant Seanna Foster and Scott McArthur on the right. McArthur raced down the left after 19 minutes to cross to an unmarked Jamie Glover who slotted in from a couple of yards out.

Ben Arthurs grabbed his second of the game in the 68th minute when he was quickest to react when Buchanan spilled a Reece Neale free kick.

Bangor are now second in the league table, just behind Ballymacash Rangers on goal difference after three games.

J.Taylor, R.Neale, J.Boyle, L.Harrison(CJ.Sullivan), D.O'Kane, B.Arthurs, S.McArthur, D.Hume, J.Glover(T.Mathieson), S.Foster, R.D'Sena.
Subs: A.Ferguson, A.Harris, E.O'Neill, M.Halliday, M.Orbinson

Banbridge Town 0-0 PSNI, Moyola Park 0-3 Ballymacash Rangers, Portstewart 2-0 Tobermore United, Queens University 2-1 Lisburn Distillery

Tuesday, 6th September - Bangor v Cliftonville, CAS, Clandeboye Park, 7:45pm

(Posted: Saturday, 3rd September 2022)

Girls Academy 

(Posted: Thursday, 1st September 2022)

We are delighted to confirm the loan signing of Seanna Foster from Cliftonville. The 25 year old right wing back joins the Seasiders for the season & brings top flight experience from the Reds and Warrenpoint Town. Welcome to Bangor, Seanna!

(Posted: Wednesday, 31st August 2022)

Lisburn Distillery 

The Seasiders picked up a hard fought three points against Limavady at the Showgrounds this afternoon. Ben Arthurs struck home a first half penalty after Scott McArthur was brought down by Wells in the area.

J.Taylor, R.Neale, D.Hume, J.Boyle, R.Arthur, L.Harrison(CJ. Sullivan), D.O'Kane, S.McArthur(J.Hughes), A.Ferguson, B.Arthur, J.Glover(A.Harris). Subs: E.Boylan, R.D'Sena, T.Mathieson, M.Orbinson


Balßlymacash Rangers 6-1 Banbridge Town, Dollingstown 4-0 Armagh City, Lisburn Distillery 0-0 Portstewart, PSNI 2-6 Moyola Park, Tobermore United 1-1 Queen's University
After the second round of games for most clubs, Bangor sit in 3rd place, level on 6 points with Ballymacash Rangers and Dollingstown.

Sat, 3rd September 2022 - Bangor v Dollingstown, PIL, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 27th August 2022)

Lisburn Distillery 


A five goal first half goal blitz saw Bangor open their 2022/23 League campaign with a convincing victory over Lisburn Distillery at Clandeboye Park this evening.

Defender Ryan Arthur headed Bangor ahead in the 3rd minute and repeated the feat in the 17th minute. Jamie Glover fired in the third after 35 minutes and struck again four minutes later.Ben Arthurs grabbed his third of the season just before half time to round off the scoring.

J.Taylor, R.Neale, J.Boyle(A.Harris), R.Arthur, D.Hume, R.D'Sena, D.O'Kane, S.McArthur(E.O'Neill), B.Arthurs(E.Boylan), A.Ferguson, J.Glover(M.Halliday).
Subs: L.Harrison, M.Orbinson

Sat, 27th August 2022 - Limavady United v Bangor, PIL, Limavady Showgrounds, 3:00pm

We are pleased to welcome 22 year old attacking midfielder Tom Mathieson to the club. Tom joins his home town team from Dundela, having spent last season with Championship side Ballyclare Comrades. Tom will wear the No.18 shirt.

(Posted: Wednesday, 24th August 2022)


The Seasiders produced a blistering performance at Glenkeen Avenue this afternoon, running in eight goals without reply at Greenisland.

Dylan O'Kane opened the scoring in the 6th minute when he found the bottom corner following a quickly taken free-kick. Two minutes later, Scott McArthur slotted in the second from a Glover cross, before Reece Neale ghosted in to fire home Bangor's third in the 10th minute. Ben Arthurs got in on the act in the 18th minute, but the goal of the day came in the 32nd minute when Jamie Glover fired in Bangor's fifth with a sweetly struck 30 yard effort that went in off the crossbar.

Dylan O'Kane grabbed his second of the day with a lofted shot over the keeper in the 63rd minute and Ally Ferguson made it 7-0 in the 78th minute. Reece Neale rounded off the scoring in the 80th minute to make the final score 8-0.

The Seasiders now face a trip to Belfast Celtic in Round 3 of the Steel & Sons Cup - the tie is due to be played on Saturday, 10th September.


J.Taylor, R.Neale, D.Hume, R.D'Sena(J.Boyle), R.Arthur, D.O'Kane, L.Harrison(CJ Sullivan), J.Glover, S.McArthur(E.Boylan), B.Arthurs, A.Ferguson.
Subs not used: M.Orbinson, M.Halliday

Armagh City 0-4 Tobermore United, Banbridge Town 1-4 Dollingstown, Moyola Park 2-2 Limavady United

Bangor have been drawn at home to Annagh United in the opening round of the BetMcLean League Cup. We will also face Cliftonville in the first round of the County Antrim Shield.

  • Tues, 06.09.2022 - Bangor v Cliftonville (Co. Antrim Shield R1)
  • Tues, 13.09.2022 - Bangor v Annagh United (Bet McLean League Cup)

We are pleased to welcome John Boyle to the club. The experienced defender spent the last 5 seasons with Newry City having previously captained Warrenpoint Town during an 8 year spell - winning 4 Championship and 2 PIL medals with his former clubs.

(Posted: Saturday, 20th August 2022)

Bangor will host Strabane Athletic in the second round of the Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup. The tie will be played on Saturday, 17th September at Clandeboye Park with a 1:30pm kick off.

(Posted: Wednesday, 17th August 2022)


The Seasiders kicked off the new season with a 2-0 home win over Queen's University in the Irish Cup at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Ben Arthurs opened his account for the season with a 38th minute opener and Karl Devine doubled Bangor's lead in first half injury time with a rifled 20 yard strike from a set piece.

The Bangor defence held firm as they soaked up some late Queens pressure as they looked for a way back into the tie.

Congratulations to our three debutants Marc Orbinson, Ryley D'Sena and CJ Sullivan.

M.Orbinson, R.Neale, R.Arthur, L.Harrison, D.O'Kane(CJ. Sullivan), B.Arthurs, S.McArthur, K.Devine, D.Hume, J.Glover(F.Moffett), R.D'Sena.
Subs: D.Gibbons, C.Mills, J.Hughes, E.Boylan, E.O'Neill.

Sat, 20.08.2022 - GREENISLAND v BANGOR, S&S Cup Round 2, Glenkeen Ave

(Posted: Saturday, 13th August 2022)

Three more players have been added to Lee Feeney's squad for the 2022/23 season.

We are pleased to have goalkeeper Darren Gibbons back in our squad once again. Darren first joined us in January 2013 and helped the club win the Ballymena & Provincial Intermediate League. He has also won the Intermediate Cup, O'Gorman Cup and McReynolds Cup in his time with the Seasiders.

Joining the club after being released by Ballymena United is 21 year old midfielder Bradley Lyttle. Bradley scored twice in our recent friendly again Sirocco Works.

Another new face is 19 year old midfielder CJ Sullivan. CJ joins us from Glenavon where he captained theur U20 side.

Welcome to the club!

(Posted: Wednesday, 10th August 2022)


The Seasiders finished off pre-season with a 3-0 home defeat to Premiership Larne at Clandeboye Park this afternoon. Larne went ahead with a 4th minute penalty and added two more goals in the second half.

SAT, 13.08.2022 - BANGOR v QUEENS UNIVERSITY, Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup, Clandeboye Park.

(Posted: Saturday, 6th August 2022)


A second half double strike from Salou Jallow and a penalty from Ross Arthurs consigned Bangor to a 3-0 defeat in tonight's Spectator & Chronicle North Down Cup.

The Seasiders battled well in the first half, but fell behind early in the second half when Jallow drilled home a loose clearance from the Bangor defence. Jallow struck again in the 53rd minute and Ross Arthurs rolled home a 71st minute penalty following a challenge by D'Sena.

Ben Arthurs went clean through in the 59th minute, but his low shot was well saved by the feet of Moore.

06.08.2022 - Bangor v Larne, Friendly, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm

(Posted: Tuesday, 2nd August 2022)

Two more players have been added to the Bangor squad. We are pleased to welcome 24 year old forward Ross Craig back to the club. Ross first joined us in 2016 and was part of our 2018 O'Gorman Cup winning side. He has been playing for Bryansburn Rangers in recent times.

We are also pleased to confirm that forward Eoin O'Neill will be staying with the Seasiders for the 2022/23 season. The 18 year old broke into the Bangor side last season before being ruled out through injury.

Also joining Bangor is 22 year old Ally Ferguson. Ally had a brief spell with us back in 2018 and returns to Clandeboye after spending time at Amateur League side Donaghadee.

(Posted: Sunday, 31st July 2022)


The Seasiders had a good workout against Dundela today but there were no goals at Clandeboye Park in this afternoon's pre-season friendly.


(Posted: Sun, 31st July 2022)

Terry Neill 

It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of former player Terry Neill.

A local lad, Terry began his footballing career at Bangor as a talented teenage defender. He made a swift move from playing in our reserve team into the first team, and had become a regular in the centre of the Bangor defence before being snapped up by Arsenal in December 1959 as a seventeen year old. He spent the next 11 years playing at Highbury, before joining Hull City where he became player-manager. He gained 59 caps for Northern Ireland also managed the national side in the early 1970's. Terry had successful spells managing Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

Terry was a special guest at our Centenary celebration & told stories of his career with Arsenal, Spurs & Northern Ireland. Our thoughts are with Terry’s family & friends at this time.

(Posted: Thursday, 28th July 2022)


Bangor FC season tickets are on sale for the 2022/23 Premier Intermediate League season.

Season tickets will also be on sale at all home matches until the start of the league campaign. Supporters can also order season tickets by emailing

An adult season ticket for 2022/23, sponsored by McKeown’s Fish and Poultry shop, will be £80 and includes all home Premier Intermediate league (PIL) matches, including those after the league split, and all home Reserve team league matches. Concession season tickets are priced at £45 for the same games. Under 16s remain free, as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

Bangor FC Vice-Chairman Jim Russell said: “Season ticket value remains at the forefront of our thinking for the 2022/23 season. There will be one extra league home match and a minimum of two home matches following the league split. So our season ticket is representing great value for money. We want to continue to encourage more supporters, families and friends to join us on our journey through the leagues and back to the premiership.

"Thanks once again to McKeown’s Fish and Poultry shop for sponsoring our season tickets for the fifth successive season. Community involvement with local businesses is vital at Bangor FC, as we aim to progress the club to the top level of Irish football."

McKeown’s Fish and Poultry proprietor Sean McKeown said: "As a local business, I place great importance on supporting the city’s football club. I’m pleased to give something back to the local community and I’m proud to be associated with Bangor FC. The club was only 45 minutes away from progressing to the Championship last season, but I am confident they will do it this time. I am really looking forward to the new campaign. I will be following the team’s progress throughout the season, and I wish the Seasiders every success both on and off the field."

Two goals in each half gave Cliftonville a 4-0 win over Bangor in last night's friendly at Solitude.

NEXT FIXTURE:Saturday, 30th July - BANGOR v DUNDELA, Friendly, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm


(Posted: Wednesday, 27th July 2022)

A number of changes have been made to our schedule:

  • Saturday, 6th August - BANGOR v LARNE, Friendly - This game will now take place at Clandeboye Park with a 3:00PM kick off.
  • Wednesday, 24th August - BANGOR v LISBURN DISTILLERY, PIL - The Seasiders kick off the PIL season with a midweek home game against Lisburn Distillery.
    Match kick off: 8:00PM
  • Tuesday, 25th October - BANGOR v PSNI, PIL - This fixture has been reversed. The home game will take place at Clandeboye Park on 25th October, the away game will take place on Saturday, 14th January.

An up to date list of fixtures can be found -> HERE

(Posted: Monday, 25th July 2022)


In a change to our pre-season schedule, Bangor will no longer host Carrick Rangers at Clandeboye Park on Monday evening. Instead, the Seasiders will now travel to Solitude on Tuesday (26th) evening to face Cliftonville.
Match Kick off: 7:45pm

(Posted: Sunday, 24th July 2022)

Banbridge Rangers 

Karl Devine, Dylan O'Kane, Finn Moffett and A.Trialist were on target for Bangor as the Seasiders came away from Cheney Park with a 4-0 win over Banbridge Rangers in this afternoon's friendly.

25.07.2022 - BANGOR v CARRICK RANGERS, Clandeboye Park, Friendly, 8:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 23rd July 2022)


There were goals galore at Clandeboye Park tonight as Glenavon put seven past the Seasiders in a pre-season friendly. Ben Arthurs, Jordan Hughes and A.Trialist were on target for Bangor.

Scott McArthur has returned to Bangor. Scott was part of Bangor's Ballymena & Provincial Intermediate League winning side before moving to Scotland to play for University of Stirling in the Lowland League. Welcome back Scott!

23.07.2022 - BANBRIDGE RANGERS v BANGOR, Friendly, Cheney Park, 2:30pm

(Posted: Tuesday, 19th July 2022)

Bangor FC Board Chairman Graham Bailie explains how the Seasiders continue to progress, despite a challenging end to last season.

Progress is the mark of any thriving football club. At Bangor, over the last four seasons, the club has only moved in an upward direction. There has never been a backward step, only progress. So much so, that last season the club was only 45 minutes away from moving into the NIFL Championship. But the season was still viewed as challenging by some. This, more than anything else, shows how far the club has progressed and advanced in only four seasons, which includes the curtailed season during the start of the pandemic.....

Read More

(Wednesday, 13th July 2022)

Bangor Football Club will hold their Annual General Meeting on Monday 1st August.

The AGM will take place in the Social Club, 1a Hawthorne Court, Clandeboye Road, Bangor at 8pm.

Any queries should be directed to

(Posted: Tuesday, 12th July 2022)

Annagh United

Bangor had a good workout in Newcastle today, and despite the scoreline produced an encouraging performance against Annagh United at Donard Park.

The Seasiders created most of the chances throughout the game, but were undone by a goal in each half.

Lewis Harrison went close for Bangor in the second half when he stretched to fire over from a few yards out, while defender Ryley D'Sena had a header cleared off the Annagh United goal line.

(Posted: Saturday, 9th July 2022)

Billy Palmer

It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of our Club President and former director Billy Palmer this evening.

A familiar face around the club for many years, Billy took on a wide range of roles in both the Football Club and the Social Club.

Billy, who took on the position of Club President in July 2017 will be greatly missed by everyone at Bangor Football Club.

Our thoughts are with Iris, Tim, Caroline and all Billy's family and friends at this time.

(Posted: Thursday, 7th July 2022)



Annagh United

(Posted: Thursday, 7th July 2022)

The Seasiders will face fellow PIL side Queen’s University in the opening round of this season's Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup.

The tie is scheduled to be played at Clandeboye Park on Saturday, 13th August at 1.30pm.

(Posted: Wednesday, 6th July 2022)

Bangor have received a bye in the opening round of the Steel and Sons Cup. Round two sees us travel to Glenkeen Avenue to play Greenisland on Saturday 20th August.

(Posted: Tuesday, 5th July 2022)

Ethan Boylan grabbed the goal for Bangor as the Seasiders lost 2-1 to Lisburn Rangers at Stanley Park in a pre-season friendly this afternoon.

Lisburn Rangers gave the 20 Bangor players on show an excellent workout.

30 year old central defender DAVID HUME will remain at Bangor for the 2022/23 season. David was a central figure in the Bangor defence last season and scored two goal.

Saturday 9th July, Annagh United v Bangor, Donard Park, Newcastle, Kick off TBC

(Posted: Saturday, 2nd July 2022)

Ben Arthurs

He has topped our goal scoring charts since 2018 and he'll be playing for Bangor in the 2022/23 season - BEN ARTHURS

(Posted: Friday, 1st July 2022)

New Kit

Bangor's new 2022/23 Macron kit has been revealed.

Check out our our online store to see the full range:

(Posted: Friday, 1st July 2022)

The Seasiders kicked off their pre-season with a 4-0 win over Sirocco Works at Clandeboye Park this evening. Ben Arthurs, Finn Moffett and A Trialist(2) got the goals for Bangor.

Lisburn Rangers

Saturday, 2nd July 2022 - Lisburn Rangers v Bangor, Stanley Park, Lisburn, 2:00pm

(Posted: Thursday, 30th June 2022)


Bangor Football Club is delighted to announce a new team wear partnership with Macron.

The four year deal will see all of the Seasiders’ mens, women and youth teams kitted out in Macron team wear, starting in the 2022/2023 season.

Bangor's new home and away kits will be unveiled on social media on Friday 1st July. Supporters will able to purchase their replica jerseys and off field merchandise from the 442 Teamwear website on the day.

Confirming the partnership, Bangor FC Director Neil Watson said, "This is an exciting time for the Club on many fronts and we are delighted to be working with Macron for the next four years. The service and quality of choice provided by Macron is impressive and I believe that the match kits and off field range will be popular with our supporters. We look forward to working with both Macron and 442 Teamwear over the coming years, and are excited to see our players and supporters kitted out for the season ahead."

Andrea Palilla, Country Manager for Macron, said, "Macron have been working with Andy at 442 Teamwear very closely over the past four years and have regularly discussed the teamwear situation at Bangor Football Club. We are extremely pleased to sign a four year partnership with Bangor Football Club this season. We have many relationships with clubs in England, Scotland and Wales with a priority on introducing Macron to the Northern Ireland market, we are excited that Bangor Football Club with the support of 442 Teamwear will be part of this journey.

Andy Neill, Director of 442 Teamwear, said, "We are delighted to be in partnership with Bangor Football Club in conjunction with a global brand such as Macron. This deal is the first of its kind with Bangor Football Club and shows the progression of not only our relationship with the Club over the past four seasons but of the Club itself. With the addition of the Youth Academy, ground developments and Ladies/Girls sections, it’s a relationship we were pleased to progress and commit to long term."

Bangor FC men's first team will take to the field in their new kit for the first time at Clandeboye Park on Tuesday 19th July when the Seasiders take on Glenavon in a pre-season friendly.

(Posted: Thursday, 30th June 2022)


Pre-season kicks off on Thursday night when Sirocco Works travel to Clandeboye Park to meet the Seasiders.

Admission: £3 Adult, £2 Concession, U16 Free.


Defender REECE NEALE, the club's 2021/22 player of the year has committed to the Seasiders for another season. The left-back, who scored three goals for the club last season became a firm favourite with the fans after joining us from Carrick Rangers last summer.

We look forward to seeing Reece back at Clandeboye Park in the 2022/23 season.

(Posted: Wednesday, 29th June 2022)


31 year old striker Ethan Boylan will be with the Seasiders once again for the 2022/23 season.

Ethan first joined the Seasiders back in the summer of 2013 and went on to score 32 goals in his first spell at the club. Returning in 2017, he went on to be part of the O'Gorman Cup winning side and played a hand in the lifting of the Ballymena and Provincial Intermediate League Title. Ethan has had his battles with injury in recent times, but is ready once again for the 2022/23 season.

We also welcome 19 year old Australian defender Ryley D'Sena to Clandeboye Park. Ryley follows in the footsteps of Nick Aretzis last term in joining us on a season long loan from Larne. Ryley made his Premiership debut in 2021 and picked up the Larne Manager's Academy Player of the Year Award last season.

(Posted: Thursday, 23rd June 2022)


(Posted: Tuesday, 21st June 2022)


31 year old midfielder Aaron Harris is the latest addition to the Bangor F.C. 2022/23 squad.

Aaron makes the move from Lisburn Distillery where he made over 150 appearances and was the club captain. Welcome to Clandeboye Aaron.

(Posted: Monday, 20th June 2022))


Several more players from last season's squad will be turning out for the Seasiders in the 2022/23 season.

Midfielder DYLAN O'KANE, who joined us from Ards in January will be turning out for the Seasiders once again next season.

MICHAEL HALLIDAY has committed to Bangor for another season. The veteran striker came second in the goalscoring charts last season with 13 goals.

Goalkeeper MATTY ANDERSON will also be wearing Bangor colours next season. Matty made 35 appearances for Bangor in 2021/22.

Meanwhile, we say farewell to JACK UPRITCHARD who will be joining Mark Cooling at Bangor Amateurs next season and also to ZAC FLETCHER has also departed due to work commitments. We thank these players for their service and we wish them well in the future.

(Posted: Friday, 17th June 2022)


Two key members of last season's squad will be turning out for the Seasiders in 2022/23.

Tough tackling defender GARETH BEATTIE returns for what will be his 9th season at Clandeboye.

26 year old midfielder KARL DEVINE who joined the Seasiders from Dundela last year will also be staying with us for another season.

(Posted: Sunday, 12th June 2022)

Both Mark Cooling and Jack Wasson have left the Seasiders

Cooling scored 78 times for Bangor over two spells after first joining the Club in 2013 while Wasson departs after five seasons at Clandeboye Park.

The Club would like to thank both players for all of their efforts over the years and wish them well for the future.

(Posted: Saturday, 11th June 2022)


The Bangor FC 2022/23 Squad is starting to take shape, with three more players committing to the Seasiders for next season.

We are pleased to see that Club Captain Lewis Harrison, striker Jordan Hughes and pacey winger Jamie Glover will be wearing yellow and blue at Clandeboye Park next season.

(Posted: Wednesday, 8th June 2022)

We are delighted to welcome central defender Ryan Arthur back to Clandeboye Park for the 2022-23 season. Ryan, who first joined Bangor in July 2018 returns to the Seasiders after spending a short time with Ballyclare Comrades last season.

Also joining the Seasiders this week is 37 year old goalkeeper James Taylor. James had a brief stint with Bangor in the 2004/05 season and has had spells with Glenavon, Glentoran and Carrick Rangers in recent years.

The Bangor Football Club 2021/22 end of season award winners were announced at the weekend and are as follows;

  • Manager's Player of the Year: Lewis Harrison
  • Players' Player of the Year: Reece Neale
  • Directors' Player of the Year: Reece Neale
  • Directors' Young Player of the Year: Lewis Harrison
  • Top Goal Scorer: Ben Arthurs
  • Drew Kelly Memorial Cup: Reece Neale
  • Reserve Team Manager's Player of the Year: Tim Millar-Wilson
  • Reserve Team Players' Player of the Year: Callum Mills
  • Reserve Team Top Goalscorer: Finn Moffett

(Posted: Monday, 6th June 2022)


The Seasiders have missed out on promotion to the NIFL Championship. Today's 2-0 defeat at Breda Park means that Knockbreda win the tie 4-2 on aggregate.

In front of a bumper crowd, Bangor started the game well. Ben Arthurs nearly snatched an early opener after 5 minutes, but his lobbed effort drifted just wide of the upright. Jamie Glover also had an effort well saved by Deane.

Following a goal less first half, the Seasiders struggled to keep up the pressure, and Knockbreda took full advantage when a corner kick was bundled over the line from close range in the 51st minute. Knockbreda extended their lead two minutes later when Greer blasted home a loose ball in the area.

Bangor made little headway against a resolute Knockbreda defence in the second half and unfortunately our season has ended with disappointment.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, R.Neale, Z.Fletcher, J.Doey, L.Harrison, K.Devine(E.Boylan), J.Glover(J.Hughes), B.Arthurs, M.Halliday.
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, C.Mills, M.Cooling, L.Blackstock, J.Upritchard

A minutes silence was held before the game against Knockbreda in memory of Billy McCullough who sadly passed away earlier this week. A former director, Billy was a long time supporter of the club, as well as being a social club member. We extend our deepest sympathies to Billy's family and friends.

(Posted: Saturday, 14th May 2022)



Injury time goals from Ben Arthurs and Zac Fletcher mean the Seasiders still have everything to play for as we head in to Saturday's second leg tie at Breda Park.

Bangor got off to a bad start when Heggarty slid the ball past Anderson in the second minute. A Dylan O'Kane strike from distance and a lobbed effort from Arthurs were all that Bangor had to show for their first half efforts.

Knockbreda extended their lead in the 57th minute when a headed clearance fell kindly for Max Greer to smash the ball into the roof of Anderson's net.

In a high drama finish, Bangor found a road back into the tie in the 94th minute when a deep cross from the right was nodded in from close range by Ben Arthurs.

A minute later, Clandeboye Park erupted and Bangor were level when Zac Fletcher ghosted in to head home a rebound off the upright.


M.Anderson, G.Beattie, R.Neale, J.Doey, Z.Fletcher, D.O'Kane, L.Harrison, K.Devine, J.Upritchard(J.Hughes), B.Arthurs, J.Glover(M.Halliday).
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, M.Cooling, L.Blackstock, Mills, E.Boylan.

Sat, 14.05.2022 - Knockbreda v Bangor, Play Off 2nd Leg, Breda Park, 2:00pm

(Posted: Tuesday, 10th May 2022)

Armagh City 

Bangor secured a play off spot with a 3-1 win against Armagh City at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

The Seasiders took the lead in spectacular fashion in the 37th minute, Jack Upritchard curling the ball into the top corner of the Armagh net.

Armagh pulled a goal back early in the second half, but a double from Ben Arthurs secured the win for Bangor.


M.Anderson, G.Beattie, R.Neale, D.Hume, J.Doey, L.Harrison(E.Boylan), D.O'Kane(L.Blackstock), J.Upritchard(Z.Fletcher), B.Arthurs, M.Halliday(K.Devine), J.Glover.
Subs not used: Magill, Hughes, Millar

(Posted: Saturday, 7th May 2022)

First half goals from Michael Halliday and David Hume gave Bangor a win in the rain at Crystal Park this evening.

The Seasiders now need to avoid defeat on Saturday against Armagh City to make the play offs.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, J.Doey, D.Hume, N.Aretzis, L.Harrison, D.O'Kane(K.Devine), J.Upritchard, M.Halliday(E.Boylan), B.Arthurs, J.Glover.
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, M.Cooling, R.Neale, J.Hughes

NEXT MATCH: 07.05.2022 - BANGOR v ARMAGH CITY, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 12:00 noon

(Posted: Tuesday, 3rd May 2022)

Bangor cling on to second place in the PIL table despite losing 4-2 to Limavady United at the Showgrounds this afternoon.

Jamie Glover raced through to put the Seasiders ahead after 20 minutes, but Pomeroy levelled it for Limavady from the penalty spot 10 minutes later.

Glover blasted Bangor back in front two minutes later with a well struck shot from 25 yards, but it was all square again after 51 minutes when Pomeroy scored his second penalty of the day.

An angled shot from distance and an own goal saw Limavady take the upper hand despite being reduced to 10 men near the end.

M.Anderson, Z.Fletcher(G.Beattie), R.Neale(L.Blackstock), D.Hume, J.Doey, N.Aretzis, L.Harrison, D.O'Kane(M.Cooling), J.Upritchard(M.Halliday), B.Arthurs, J.Glover.
Sub not used: D.Gibbons

Banbridge Town 3-0 Dollingstown, Newington 6-1 Armagh City, Moyola Park 2-2 Tobermore United, Portstewrt 7-0 PSNI


(Posted: Saturday, 30th April 2022)


Bangor were soundly beaten by a rampant Newington side at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Reilly fired low into the corner past Anderson after 6 minutes to send Newington on their way. Newington added four more second half goals to their tally as Bangor struggled to find a way back into the game.

Bangor remain second in the table on 44 points, 4 points behind leaders Newington and 1 point ahead of Armagh City with three games remaining.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie(E.Boylan), R.Neale, N.Aretzis, P.Dickson(M.Cooling), Z.Fletcher, L.Harrison(M.Halliday), K.Devine(J.Upritchard), D.O'Kane, B.Arthurs, J.Glover.
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, J.Wasson


Armagh City 0-2 Dollingstown, Limavady United 1-2 Banbridge Town, Lisburn Distillery 2-1 Moyola Park, Tobermore United 1-5 PSNI

Sat, 30-04-22, Limavady United v Bangor, Limavady Showgrounds, PIL, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 23rd April 2022)

League Table 

The Seasiders battled out a 2-2 draw with Dollingstown at Planters Park this evening.

Losing 1-0 at half-time, Bangor fought back to level it with a close range goal from defender Nick Aretzis There was drama in the 57th minute when David Hume was dismissed for hand ball on the goal line and Matty Anderson saved the subsequent penalty. Bangor then took the lead with a powerful header from Jamie Glover just after the hour mark. However, the 10 men couldn't hold on and a deflected shot gave Anderson no chance in the 71st minute.

M.Anderson, Z.Fletcher(E.Boylan), R.Neale, D.Hume, N.Aretzis, K.Devine. L.Harrison(P.Dickson), D.O'Kane, J.Upritchard(G.Beattie), B.Arthurs(M.Halliday), J.Glover.
Subs: M.Cooling, D.Gibbons

Banbridge Town 0-0 Armagh City, Newington 2-1 Limavady United.

Sat, 23rd April 2022 - Bangor v Newington, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00PM

(Posted: Tuesday, 19th April 2022)

Split Fixtures

(Posted: Monday, 18th April 2022)


Bangor went back to the top of the Lough 41 PIL table with a spirited 1-0 win over Newington at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Substitute Ben Arthurs bustled his way through to fire past the advancing Maybin after 30 minutes to score the decisive goal in what was very much a one-sided game.

The Seasiders set the tone in the opening minutes when Zac Fletcher crashed a header off the Newington crossbar. The second half saw Bangor take control of the match, but the Seasiders were prevented from extending their lead by the woodwork and by Maybin who produced three excellent saves to deny Harrison, Glover and O'Kane.

M.Anderson, P.Dickson(J.Upritchard), Z.Fletcher, R.Neale, D.Hume, N.Aretzis, K.Devine, L.Harrison(J.Wasson), D.O'Kane, J.Glover, J.Hughes(B.Arthurs).
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, M.Halliday, M.Cooling, E.Boylan

Dollingstown 5-2 Banbridge Town, Lisburn Distillery 0-2 Limavady United, Moyola Park 2-2 Armagh City, PSNI 0-3 Portstewart

Tues, 19.04.2022 - Dollingstown v Bangor, PIL, Planters Park, 6:30pm

(Posted: Saturday, 16th April 2022)


Forthcoming fixtures:

  • Sat, 16.04.2022 - Bangor v Newington, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm
  • Tue, 19.04.2022 - Dollingstown v Bangor, PIL, Planters Park, 6:30pm
  • Sat, 23.04.2022 - Bangor v Newington, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm
  • Sat, 30.04.2022 - Limavady United v Bangor, Limavady Showgrounds, 3:00pm
  • Tue, 03.05.2022 - Banbridge Town v Bangor, PIL, Crystal Park, 7:15pm
  • Sat, 07.05.2022 - Bangor v Armagh City, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 12:00 noon

(Posted: Thursday, 14th April 2022)

Are you passionate about football and have a desire to develop the next generation of female footballers? Bangor Football Club are looking to recruit coaches to take on roles within our exciting new Girls Academy.

Working under the Head of Girls and Womens Football you will be able to plan, deliver and evaluate coaching sessions.


No experience necessary (Level 1 preferred)

  • Subject to AccessNI Enhanced Check
  • Passionate about the game
  • Want to be part of the growth and development of the newly established Bangor FC Girls Academy
  • Committed to development of your own knowledge and skills as a coach

Coaches will receive:

  • Club team wear package
  • Coaches handbook
  • Continued club mentor/support
  • Support towards coach education courses
  • Equipment for sessions

If you’re excited to help develop the next generation of female footballers then get in touch NOW!


(Posted: Tuesday, 12th April 2022)

Banbridge Town 

Two first half defensive lapses proved costly for Bangor at Crystal Park this afternoon as Banbridge eased to victory over an out of sorts Seasiders.

Former Seasider Sean og Gallagher opened the scoring on 29 minutes when he was on hand to fire home a parry from Anderson at close range. Banbridge extended their lead on the stroke of half time when Anderson's attempted save only set the ball up for Doyle to smash home on the goal line.

Bangor's misery was compounded in the second half when defender Jonathan Doey was dismissed for violent conduct in the 66th minute.

Ben Arthurs went closest for Bangor in injury time when he rattled the Banbridge crossbar with a powerful header.

M.Anderson, P.Dickson(G.Beattie), R.Neale, J.Doey, N.Atretzis, M.Cooling(D.O'Kane), K.Devine(J.Wasson), L.Harrison(D.Hume), B.Arthurs, J.Glover, F.Moffett(M.Halliday). Subs not used: D.Gibbons, L.Feeney


Newington 5-2 Moyola Park, Limavady United 4-0 PSNI, Portstewart 1-2 Lisburn Distillery, Tobermore United 0-8 Dollingstown



  • Sat, 16.04.2022 - BANGOR v. NEWINGTON, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm
  • Sat, 16.04.2022 - MOYOLA PARK v ARMAGH CITY
  • Sat, 16.04.2022 - PSNI v PORTSTEWART

(Posted: Saturday, 9th April 2022)

(Posted: Saturday, 2nd April 2022)

Limavady United

(Photo - Life Through A Lens NI)

Two late goals saw the points shared in a very even match between Bangor and Limavady United at Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Jordan Hughes finally broke the deadlock in the 88th minute when he found space in the area to blast Bangor into the lead. However, Bangor's joy was short-lived as Carlin hooked the ball over Anderson to level it for Limavady one minute later.

Armagh's 1-0 victory over PSNI takes them back to the top of the Lough 41 PIL. Bangor are just one pont behind Armagh, have played one game less.

M.Anderson, P.Dickson, J.Doey, J.Hume, R.Neale, M.Cooling, K.Devine, D.O'Kane(B.Arthurs), J.Upritchard(F.Moffett)(E.Boylan), J.Hughes, J.Glover.
Subs Not Used: L.Blackstock, M.Halliday, N.Aretzis, D.Gibbons

Lisburn Distillery 0-5 Portstewart, PSNI 0-1 Armagh City

09.04.2022 - BANBRIDGE TOWN v BANGOR, PIL, Crystal Park, 3:00PM

(Posted: Saturday, 2nd April 2022)

Total BS 

The Seasiders are pleased to announce a new link up with local startup company TOTAL Ballboy Systems.

We will be trialling their new and innovative ball recovery drone service at first team home matches over the coming weeks.

The system will see an airborne monitoring drone fly overhead and track the match ball throughout the game. When the match ball is detected as leaving the pitch enclosure, one of four ground-based drones will then be automatically dispatched to recover it. In most cases, the ball is returned to the pitch within a matter of seconds!

A spokesman for TOTAL Ballboy Systems said "Football clubs lose quite a number of match balls over the course of a season and this can prove to be quite costly. We are delighted to have this opportunity to link up with Bangor to help them reduce those costs. Our team recently gave the club a full demonstration of our Ball Recovery Service and they were all very impressed!"

The Seasiders hope to have the TOTAL Ballboy System ready in time for Saturday's home match against Limavady United.

(Posted Friday, 1st April 2022)

Limavady United 

(Posted: Thursday, 31st March 2022)


Bangor recorded their first home league win since October with an emphatic 3-1 victory over Portstewart at a sunny Clandeboye Park this afternoon.

Mark Cooling sent the Seasiders on their way in the 15th minute when he pounced on a loose ball inside the area to steer the ball into the bottom corner of the net. David Hume nearly grabbed a second after half an hour when launched a speculative lob from just over the halfway line that had Findlay scampering back to save on the goal line.

Jordan Hughes went close in the 49th minute when he crashed a 20 yard strike off the Portstewart crossbar. Bangor finally grabbed their second when Reece Neale was on hand to poke home a rebound from a Lewis Harrison shot. Eight minutes later, Karl Devine found a path through the Portstewart defence and placed the ball past Findlay for Bangor's third.

Portstewart grabbed a late consolation when Vauls headed in at the back post.

M.Anderson, P.Dickson(N.Aretzis), R.Neale, J.Doey, D.Hume, K.Devine(J.Wasson), L.Harrison, M.Cooling, J.Upritchard(F.Moffett), J.Hughes(K.Woods), J.Glover(D.O'Kane).
Subs not used: B.Arthurs, D.Gibbons


02.04.2022 - BANGOR v. LIMAVADY UNITED, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00PM

Armagh City 2-1 Limavady United, Lisburn Distillery 0-1 Banbridge Town, Moyola Park 1-1 Tobermore United, Newington 1-0 Dollingstown

(Posted: Saturday, 26th March 2022)

Limavady United 


The Seasiders had to produce another battling performance to take all three point at a blustery Limavady Showgrounds this afternoon.

Lewis Harrison drilled home the decisive goal in the 22nd minute after good work from Jamie Glover and Mark Cooling.

Armagh City's goalless draw at Banbridge Town this afternoon means that Bangor now lead the way in the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League by one point with a game in hand.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, Z.Fletcher, J.Doey, D.Hume, L.Harrison,(K.Devine) D.O'Kane, M.Cooling, J.Hughes(B.Arthurs), J.Upritchard, J.Glover(J.Wasson).
Subs: F.Moffett, K.Woods, P.Dickson, D.Gibbons

Banbridge Town 0-0 Armagh City, Newington 3-2 Tobermore United, Portstewart 1-0 Moyola Park, PSNI 1-2 Dollingstown

26.03.2022 - Bangor v. Portstewart, PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 19th March 2022)


The Seasiders continued their excellent away form by recording a 3-0 victory over PSNI at The Dub this afternoon.

Striker Jordan Hughes opened the scoring on 28 minutes when he lashed a lose ball into the top corner from 10 yards out.

A slick move after 52 minutes saw Hughes lay the ball back for Jack Upritchard who fired home from 15 yards for Bangor's second.

Four minutes later, the battling Hughes found the net with a deft 20 yard lob to seal the points for Bangor.

The Seasiders, who have one game in hand, now move to within one point of league leaders Armagh City in the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie(P.Dickson), J.Doey, D.Hume, Z.Fletcher, K.Devine(J.Wasson), L.Harrison(L.Blackstock), M.Cooling, J.Upritchard, J.Hughes(M.Halliday), J.Glover.
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, K.Woods, N.Aretzis.


19.03.2022 - Limavady Utd v. Bangor, PIL, Limavady Showgrounds, 3:00PM

(Posted: Saturday, 12th March 2022)


Bangor FC Commercial manager Ivor McGucken has welcomed progress off the pitch at Clandeboye Park.

Ivor said: "Bangor FC has changed immeasurably both on and off the pitch over the past few years. There are more and more businesses supporting the club who haven't been involved before. They've bought into the community ethos at Clandeboye and where we want to go.

"Attendances at home matches are increasing and our social media following is also growing. We are pushing for promotion this season and local business like to get involved with teams who are aiming for success. There is a real appetite in the local area to get involved with Bangor FC."

Ivor joined the Seasiders as Commercial manager in 2017. He is experienced in the field of work, having held this position with a number of other Irish league clubs. Ivor has also previously played, coached and managed Bangor FC.

Ivor continued: "The club has come a long way since the board took charge over four years ago. They have stabilised the finances, developed and modernised the social club, improved and cleaned up the ground and setup a new academy with 150 local players. On the field, the team has won its first league title and is now challenging for promotion back to the NIFL Championship.

"We must not forget that all of this has been completed in partnership with supporters, friends and the local community. We are very lucky at Bangor to have people around that care so much and are so passionate about the club.

"From a commercial viewpoint, I’m pleased with where we are at present, but I believe this is only the start and I'm confident that we can do a lot more."

Ivor would be keen to hear from any supporters who may know of any possible sponsorship or advertising opportunities.

Any business who may be interested in having a conversation about getting involved at Bangor FC, can contact Ivor by emailing: or phoning: 07889 130260.

(Posted: Thursday, 10th March 2022)

Michelle Crawford has been appointed as Head of Women's Football at Bangor FC.

Michelle Crawford 

Crawford, a UEFA B licence holder, has over 17 years coaching experience, including 10 years with Linfield FC.

The new role will initially include increasing the participation of girls in the Bangor FC Mini Soccer Academy, with the aim of growing academy teams for girls.

Michelle will also support and work with the Bangor FC senior ladies squad, with the main goal of them becoming a NIFL Women’s Premiership team.

Bangor FC Chairman Graham Bailie said: "Michelle's appointment is a clear statement that football for girls and women is at the forefront of our thinking at Bangor FC. Michelle has extensive coaching experience with a top local club and has a strong belief in how best to develop young players from North Down and the surrounding areas.

"This is another positive step forward for Bangor FC since the new Board took control a few seasons ago. It is another accomplishment for the club, as we continue with our objective of being a community-based club and ensuring all our senior teams reach the highest echelons of football in Northern Ireland."

Michelle Crawford said: "Bangor FC is a progressive club and is the perfect fit for what I currently want to achieve in my career. I want to now pass on my knowledge and experience in helping to promote up-and-coming players.

"I want to ensure girls and women in Bangor, and the surrounding area, are given opportunities to play football for their local hometown club. This is a key objective of the Board.

"I understand how ambitious and driven the current Board is at Bangor FC. Their honesty and enthusiasm was a huge draw for me to take this position, along with a blank canvas in regards to setting up the girls youth structure at the club."

(Posted: Tuesday, 8th March 2022)

Moyola Park 

A winner from substitute Jordan Hughes five minutes from time at Mill Meadow this afternoon kept the Seasisders firmly in the race for the PIL title .

The Seasiders took the lead in the 35th minute when Mark Cooling guided home a penalty kick following a trip on Kyle Woods. Moyola Park hit back in the 55th minute with a well drilled 20 yard free-kick.

Jamie Glover raced down the left wing in the 85th minute and crossed for Hughes who neatly flicked the ball past Harbinson in the Moyola Park goal for the winner.

M.Anderson, R.Neale, G.Beattie, D.Hume, J.Doey, L.Harrison, D.O'Kane, M.Cooling(J.Wasson), K.Woods(J.Hughes), J.Upritchard(Z.Fletcher), J.Glover.
Subs: M.Halliday, K.Devine, P.Dickson, D.Gibbons

Armagh City 3-0 Lisburn Distillery, Dollingstown 0-2 Limavady United, Newington 1-0 Banbridge Town, Tobermore United 1-2 PSNI

12.03.2022 - PSNI v Bangor, PIL, The Dub, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 5th March 2022)


Bangor had another frustrating afternoon at a blustery Clandeboye Park, losing 1-0 to Dollingstown. The decisive goal came from an 11th minute penalty converted by Mark McCabe.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, J.Doey, D.Hume, R.Neale, D.O'Kane(F.Moffett), K.Devine(M.Cooling), L.Harrison, J.Upritchard, B.Arthurs(K.Woods), J.Glover(J.Hughes).
Subs: not used: D.Gibbons, Z.Fletcher, M.Halliday


Limavady United 1-1 Newington, Lisburn Distillery 0-0 Tobermore United, Portstewart 0-1 Armagh City, PSNI 1-3 Moyola Park

(Posted: Saturday, 26th February 2022)


Bangor bowed out of the Intermediate Cup this afternoon, losing 3-0 to Newington at Clandeboye Park

A second half goal from Gary Warwick and a brace from former Seasider Darren Stuart gave Newington a comfortable win over an out of sorts Bangor side.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, J.Doey, P.Dickson, Z.Fletcher, L.Harrison(K.Woods), K.Devine(M.Cooling), J.Wasson, J.Upritchard, B.Arthurs(M.Halliday), R.Neale
Subs: D.Gibbons, D.Hume

Portstewart 0-0 Tobermore United

26.02.2022 - Bangor v Dollingstown, Lough 41 PIL, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 19th February 2022)

Armagh City 


Bangor moved to within one point of Armagh City with an emphatic 3-0 victory over the league leaders at Holm Park this afternoon.

Jamie Glover sent Bangor on their way in the 4th minute when he brushed off a couple of challenges to hit a deflected shot into the Armagh City net.

Bangor's second goal came ten minutes into the second half when Karl Devine sent Jack Upritchard through to fire a well placed shot into the top corner of the net past the stranded Byrne.

Upritchard raced through again on the hour and this time scored with a shot that went in off the upright.


BANGOR TEAM: M.Anderson, R.Neale, Z.Fletcher, J.Doey, P.Dickson, K.Devine(J.Wasson), L.Harrison(M.Cooling), D.O'Kane(G.Beattie), B.Arthurs(M.Halliday), J.Upritchard(K.Woods), J.Glover. Subs not used: J.Magill, E.Boylan

Banbridge Town 2-0 PSNI, Dollingstown 2-0 Portstewart, Moyola Park 1-4 Lisburn Distillery, Tobermore United 1-2 Limavady United

19.02.2022 - BANGOR v NEWINGTON, Intermediate Cup, Clandeboye Park, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 12th February 2022)


The Seasiders got back on track this afternoon with a vital 3-2 victory over title challenging Newington at Solitude.

Bangor started strongly and took the lead after 28 minutes when an inch perfect cross from Zac Fletcher found Dylan O'Kane who crashed home a header from 10 yards.

Jamie Glover robbed the ball from the Newington defence on the left wing and saw his drilled cross deflect into the Newington goal to make it on 2-0 to Bangor after 38 minutes.

Four minutes later, Ben Arthurs raced through to slide the ball past Maybin to make 3-0 to Bangor at the break.

HALF-TIME: Newington 0-3 Bangor

A revitalised Newington side started the second half well and pulled a goal back from the penalty spot in the 50th minute. Matty Anderson had to pull off a number of smart stops, but could do little to stop a header from Lundy in the 68th minute to put Newington right back in the game. Newington forced Bangor back for long spells as the game drew to a close, but swift reactions from Anderson and a last ditch clearance from Reece Neale were just enough to secure the win for the Seasiders.


M.Anderson, R.Neale, Z.Fletcher, J.Doey, N.Aretzis(P.Dickson), D.O'Kane, K.Devine, L.Harrison(J.Wasson), J.Upritchard, B.Arthurs(K.Woods), J.Glover
Subs not used: M.Cooling, Magill, E.Boylan

Armagh City 5-1 PSNI, Banbridge Town 1-1 Tobermore United, Lisburn Distillery 2-3 Dollingstown

12.02.2022 - Armagh City v. Bangor, Holm Park, Lough 41 PIL, 3:00pm

(Posted: Saturday, 5th February 2022)

It has been a busy January transfer window for the Seasiders with a number of comings and goings at Clandeboye Park. The following moves have been confirmed in recent days:


Joining the Seasiders on loan from Larne for the rest of the season is 18 year old Australian central defender Nick Aretzis. Nick is in his second year of a scholarship here in Northern Ireland and he made his debut for the Larne first team in a 3-1 win over Carrick Rangers in December. Nick recently signed professional terms with the Inver Men, but has agreed to see out the remainder of this season with Bangor. Welcome to club Nick!


Defender Kyle Calderwood who joined us just a few weeks ago on loan has now been recalled by his parent club Ards.

Goalkeeper Ben Nicholl, who made two appearances for us this season has returned to Carrick Rangers and defender Dylan Snoddon has joined Belfast Celtic.

We wish these players well and thank them for their time at Bangor.

(Posted: Tuesday, 1st February 2022)

Lisburn Distillery 

Bangor had another frustrating day at Clandeboye Park, losing 1-0 to a spirited Lisburn Distillery side.

Both sides squandered several efforts in a goalless first half that saw both Reece Neale and Lewis Harrison strike the Distillery crossbar.

Bangor dominated for long spells in the second half, but eventually fell behind to a breakaway Mick O'Hanlon goal in the 80th minute.

Ben Arthurs had an effort cleared off the line and Dylan O'Kane had a dipping effort from distance tipped over the crossbar by Nicholl.


M.Anderson, Z.Fletcher, R.Neale, K.Calderwood, P.Dickson, J.Wasson(D.O'Kane), K.Devine, L.Harrison(M.Halliday), B.Arthurs, J.Upritchard(J.Hughes), J.Glover
Subs: D.Gibbons, M.Cooling, J.Doey

Newington 7-0 PSNI, Moyola Park 1-0 Banbridge Town, Portstewart 0-1 Limavady United, Tobermore United 0-1 Armagh City

05.02.2022 - Newington v. Bangor, PIL, Solitude

(Posted: Saturday, 29th January 2022)

Comber Rec. 

A single Ben Arthurs first half goal was enough to put Bangor in hat for the fourth round of the McComb's Coach Travel Intermediate Cup. Arthurs showed some neat footwork before before blasting past Topping for the 19th minute winner.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, R.Neale, J.Doey(Z.Fletcher), P.Dickson, M.Cooling, L.Blackstock(J.Wasson), K.Devine, J.Upritchard, B.Arthurs, K.Woods(F.Moffett)
Subs not used: D.Gibbons, M.Halliday.

(Posted: Saturday, 22nd January 2022)

Tobermore United 

A Kyle Woods headed goal after 36 minutes was enough for Bangor to take all three points away from Fortwilliam Park this afternoon.

M.Anderson, G.Beattie, R.Neale, J.Doey, P.Dickson, J.Wasson(D.O'Kane), L.Harrison(J.Hughes), K.Devine, J.Upritchard, K.Woods(B.Arthurs), J.Glover
Subs: K.Calderwood, D.Gibbons, M.Cooling, K.Storey


OTHER LOUGH 41 PIL RESULTS:Armagh City 2-1 Newington; Banbridge Town 1-0 Portstewart; Dollingstown 1-2 Moyola Park; Lisburn Distillery 2-1 PSNI

22.01.2022 - BANGOR v. COMBER REC, Intermediate Cup, Clandeboye Park, 1:30PM

(Posted: Saturday 15th January 2022)

Bangor said farewell to popular central defender Ryan Arthur this week when he completed his transfer to Ballyclare Comrades in the Championship. Ryan joined us in July 2018 and went on to play a key role in our promotion from the Ballymena and Provincial Intermediate League. He was also part of the side that lifted the McReynolds Cup in 2019. We wish Ryan every success at Dixon Park.

Following Ryan's departure, Lee Feeney has bolstered Bangor's defence by bringing in 22 year old Kyle Calderwood who arrives on loan from Ards until the end of the season.

Bangor will take on Newington in the Lough 41 PIL at Solitude on Saturday, 5th February.
Match kick-off 2:00pm

(Posted: Friday, 14th January 2022)


Bangor have today completed the signing of 30 year old forward Jordan Hughes and 23 year old midfielder Dylan O'Kane

Jordan is a striker who enjoyed playing the last four seasons at Dundela, firing them to promotion to the Championship and collecting the PIL Player of the Year award in doing so.

Dylan is a local lad who makes the move from Ards, having spent the previous season with Premiership side Dungannon Swifts.

Welcome to the Seasiders!

(Posted: Wednesday, 12th January 2022)


The Seasiders got off to a poor start when Andrew Scott raced through to loft the ball over Anderson after just three minutes. Ronan Hale made it 2-0 for Larne from the penalty spot in the 17th minute after Jarvis was adjudged to have been pulled down in the area. Hale grabbed his second in the 30th minute when he latched on to another long ball to score Larne's third past the advancing Anderson.


Hale headed in his hat-trick in the 58th minute and then rounded off the scoring in the 87th minute with a shot into the top corner of Anderson's net.


M.Anderson, G.Beattie (Z.Fletcher), R.Neale, J.Doey, R.Arthur, L.Harrison (K.Devine), M.Cooling, J.Glover (D.Hume), K.Woods (J.Upritchard), B.Arthurs, K.Storey (M.Halliday).
Subs: J.Wasson, D.Gibbons

Armagh City 1-2 Dollingstown

NEXT MATCH: 15.01.2022 - Tobermore United v. Bangor (Lough 41 PIL), Fortwilliam Park, 2:00PM

(Posted: Saturday, 8th January 2022)

Jamie Glover 

We are pleased to announce that former Glentoran and H&W Welders left-sided player Jamie Glover has completed his transfer to Bangor.

The 20 year old joined the Seasiders from Ards earlier this evening.

(Posted: Thursday, 6th January 2022)