Media & Press

Press and Media facilities at Nethermoor

Our dedicated press area, at the back of the main seated stand, offers the best view of the game our ground has to offer.  We have fast wifi internet access (the password will be provided by a member of our media team) as well as a work bench for members of the press.

To request free media access to any of our games, please email

We politely ask that requests for media access are made in writing as far in advance of the game as possible. Requests made on the day of a match may not be granted.

Matchday Access to Nethermoor

Press and Media entry to the ground is through Turnstile 1, at the clubhouse corner.

Some information about Guiseley

Guiseley AFC are a community based football club playing in the Vanarama National League. We have had huge on-field success in the last six or seven years. After winning the Northern Premier League in our centenary year, we achieved consecutive play-off spots in each of our five seasons in the Vanarama North. After play-off final defeats in the 2010-11 and 2013-14 seasons, we finally gained promotion by coming from 2-0 down to win 3-2 against Chorley. Last season saw a debut campaign in the Vanarama National League with many highs and lows. After being well clear of the relegation zone for much of the season, it ultimately took a thrilling 4-3 win over Torquay United to secure safety on the last day of the season. This success has attracted crowds to Nethermoor that have increased year on year with our league average now approaching 1,000 and some 2000 in attendance when we played Grimsby Town and Torquay United last season.

Away from the first team we continue to cement our place at the heart of the local community. Our Community Foundation is some eighteen months old and is currently applying for charitable status. The Foundation works with people of all ages, races and creeds to increase sports participation and healthy lifestyles. To this end it has run sports programmes that range from Archery, Football and Goalkeeper training for youngsters to chair based exercise classes for the over 60s.

The club also formed an Academy In 2013 and recruited 25 16 -19 year olds who attend full time education in the morning and football training in the afternoon. The youngsters are studying for a BTEC Level 3 in Sport which is a University entry level qualification and the club is adamant that the education element is as important as the football. Last season the club worked with Carr Manor Community School, an inner city Leeds High School and while this will continue the aim is to recruit a further 25 players who will attend Shipley College. This obviously gives rise to the need for two teams, the first of which will continue to play in the Football Conference Youth Alliance whilst the other will play in the Elite Division of the Colleges League.

For any more information about media and press at Guiseley, please contact