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 Latest News  

 20th April - Town rekindle Blyth rivalry
The Blues travel to former Northern League adversaries Blyth on Easter Monday. The Seasiders are keen to complete a double over the Northumberland outfit- around 100 Blues fans are expected to attend. Kick-off is 3.00pm, updates via @bluearmywtfc. We haven't forgotten...

 19th April - Blues hold league leaders
Graeme Armstrong's 27th goal of the season pegged back title-favourites Chorley at the Turnbull Ground on Saturday. The Seasiders have now drawn twice with the Lancastrian league leaders after a particularly bright second-half display in front of nearly 450 supporters. Report to follow...

 17th April - Blues buck losing trend
The Seasiders bounced straight back from defeat at Matlock on Saturday to defeat their Derbyshire neighbours Buxton by a single Lee Mason goal under the Turnbull lights. Wednesday's win brought a 14th clean sheet for goalkeeper Shane Bland and extended the Blues' winning home run to three matches. Report now online...

 17th April - The Codcast: Daz and Robbo post-Buxton!
Boss Darren Williams, skipper Mark Robinson and Whitby Gazette sports editor Duncan Atkins chat minutes after Wednesday night's victory over Buxton. A strangely-merry Magpiewatch's Ian Livesey previews Easter Saturday's visit of his side Chorley. It'd be great to get the bragging rights...

 16th April - Pay what you want for Rangers
The Blues' last home game of the season against Stafford Rangers will be a PAY WHAT YOU WANT DAY.

 16th April - Presentation change
Whitby Town Football Club have announced the end of season presentation night will now take place after our final game of the season against Stafford Rangers, on Saturday April 26th.

 15th April - Nine-man Blues slain by Gladiators
A first-half flash-point saw Steven Snaith and Dave McTiernan red-carded for the Seasiders and hosts Matlock lose Cecil Nyoni as Whitby, minus the prolific Graeme Armstrong, lost out in Derbyshire on Saturday in controversial fashion. Report with reaction from Darren Williams now online...

 10th April - Blues go to Town on Lynn!
Town equalled their biggest win of the season as goals from Lee Mason, Shane Henry, Steven Snaith and Zak Boagey put Kings Lynn to the sword. Full match report now online...

 2nd April - You bet flutter will help OUR club!
Online bookies BetBright are the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League’s official betting partner and for those who like a wager, joining up with them will net the Blues cash- rivals Buxton have already banked over £1,000. More...

 24th March - Grand total for Kendall visit
This month's sell-out Sportsmans Dinner with ex-Everton manager Howard Kendall raised £1,200 for Whitby Town Football Club. Thank you to all involved. Our next big social event is the Easter Draw- tickets are on sale this Saturday at the Turnbull Ground when Nantwich Town visit.

 28th February - Blues ensure Yorkshire's United
Whitby Town fans come to the rescue of a rival club in the Evo-Stik NPL Premier. More...

 7th December - Stay safe at the football
The Football Association have launched a supporter education campaign on the danger of pyrotechnics at football grounds, following research finding that 87% of fans believe that pyrotechnics such as flares and smoke bombs are dangerous at matches. The Dangers...

 20th September - Blues Coast to new away strip!
Town have been boosted by sponsorship from Coast and Country- one of the largest regeneration & housing companies in the North. Chairman Manser is delighted. Mill Meadows in Filey...

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Mon 21 Apr
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