Thursday, November 5th, 2020 - 27 minutes
We're back with our 1st day of lockdown #SUAFC official (with unofficial bits) podcast.
We welcome on board a club legend - David 'Worthy' Worthington who has seen, done, played, managed and won it all during his 28 (and counting) years with the club.
We talk football in Settle, a full length sprint of the pitch at Rolls FC, an eye-to-eye bromance in Skipton's infamous nightclub, as well as playing with and against some big names in professional football.
Join us and hear all about it including brief time spent alongside Sean Gregan (PNE), Robbie Blake (Burnley), Kevin Hird (Leeds) & Paul Robinson (Newcastle).
We talk biggest achievement in winning the West Riding FA Country Trophy in 2014 as well as the future of Settle United AFC and the importance of volunteering to help us achieve victory together.
#WeAreUnited | #SUAFC
Settle United Association Football Club was founded in 1884 and our team played their first football games at the ground we play at today, Bridge End. The ground is seen by many as one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful there are in the United Kingdom; the River Ribble curves it’s way around the pitch and we have a picturesque backdrop to the pitch with the Settle to Carlisle railway line overlooking us, as well as the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales (Settle Loop walk) too.