Billingham town FC travel to SSC FC on wednesday night with SSC FC trying to get their pre-season back on track.
SSC FC slumped to a defeat on saturday and wish to get it back on track with Billingham town on wed with a 7:30 kickoff.
All supporters are asked to get to the ground early to get the best position around the pitch.
History of Billingham town
Billingham Town was formed in 1967 as Billingham Social Club and changed their name to Billingham Town in 1982. As Social the club played its football in local leagues, initially in the Stockton & District League before joining the Teesside League in 1974. In 1982 they joined the newly formed Northern League Division Two and were promoted at their third attempt but finished bottom in their debut season in the top flight. The club yo-yoed between the two divisions until 1990 and the first half of that decade saw the club remaining in division two until they were promoted back to the top flight in 1997 and have played in that league ever since, finishing as runners-up in 2006–07.
The club has been a regular participant in the national Cup competitions throughout most of its history and reached the 5th round of the FA Vase in the 1997–98 season. Their best effort in the FA Cup was in 2000–01 when they got to the final qualifying round.
Full name - Billingham Town Football Club
Nickname(s) Billy Town
Founded 1967 (as Billingham Social)
Ground - The Ron Grieg Stadium, Billingham
League - Northern Football League Division One
2011–12 Northern Football League Division One, 17th
Home colours - Blue, blue, blue
SSC FC players are to arrive at 6:30pm