Farewell James Curtis

GATESHEAD record appearance holder and community officer James Curtis is set to leave the International Stadium after 15 years at the club, 13 of which were spent as a player. We’d like to thank James for everything he’s done for Gateshead and wish him the very best in his new role at Newcastle United Foundation. […]

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Barrow – Wrexham were hungrier

By Jack McGraghan GATESHEAD captain Scott Barrow felt that Wrexham were the hungrier of the two sides following the 3-1 defeat at The Racecourse Ground. The Heed fell two goals behind either side of half-time via an unfortunate Mike Williamson own goal, followed by Brad Walker’s 69th minute header. Luke Armstrong handed the visitors a lifeline […]

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MATCH PACK – Wrexham

By Rory Drake Setting The Scene Gateshead travel to North Wales on Saturday to take on a Wrexham side who sit second in the league, with just goal difference separating the Dragons from Salford City. The Heed will be hoping to bounce back from Tuesday night’s heart-breaking defeat at AFC Fylde but couldn’t have had […]

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U18s Beat League Leaders

By Dominic Scurr GATESHEAD Under-18s beat National League U19 Alliance leaders Eccleshill United 1-0 at Gateshead College on Wednesday afternoon.  Another goal for Lewis McGeoch sent the Heed youngsters temporarily top of the table as they saw off the Bradford based outfit who were reduced to 10 men midway through the second half. Several of […]

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Fylde Heedache For Armstrong

By Matty Hewitt GATESHEAD striker Luke Armstrong admitted their last-gasp defeat at AFC Fylde on Tuesday night was a bitter pill to swallow. A 94th minute Danny Rowe strike condemned the Heed to their first defeat since Eastleigh at the International Stadium back in September. Armstrong returned to the starting XI for the first time […]

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