As Saints approach another Big FA Cup Game against a former league side, here are ten things you need to know about Hartlepool United.

  1. Brackley and Hartlepool may not have too much in common but there is one link. Midfielder Ebby Nelson-Addy who featured in 2013-14 and 2014-15 for Saints also played for Hartlepool, moving to Victoria Park from Brackley in March 2015.  Ebby made his debut for League Two United in the 3-0 defeat at Luton Town on 18 April and made three further appearances before eventually returning to non-league football with Worcester City. 
  1. Hartlepool United have played under a variety of names including Hartlepool, Hartlepools United and currently Hartlepool United. The name Hartlepools United marked the coalescence of the neighbouring communities of Hartlepool and West Hartlepool. 


New Signing: Wes York has signed on loan for the club until January 2020 - Midfielder


Coach tickets available to purchase for - Hartlepool United FC v BTFC - FA Cup 4th QR Saturday 19th October

  • Cost £25.00.00 per seat
  • Coach leaves BTFC car park 9.30am prompt

On line sales here only no pay on the day 

Terms & Conditions

Will need to fill coach - 50 supporters - if 50 seats not sold coach will be canceled and monies refunded

Cost £25.00 per seat no on-line fee

Coaches will leave club at 9.30am prompt:

Coach seats available on-line only

No refunds if you don't turn up

Strictly no alcohol on coach

Book early to save disappointment

Must bring confirmation email with you, no email no seat on coach 




The club is delighted that Vanarama, sponsor of Vanarama National League, has named midfielder James Armson as Player of the Month for September. 

The team's form was strong in September moving up to 5th place in the Vanarama National League North table and FA Cup success with Jimmy's performances and goals crucial.