Full members of the Football Association, the Northumberland Football Association and the Northern League.

Welcome to Hillheads Park


By Car: from Tyne Tunnel A19, take A1058 exit towards the coast.  From Newcastle, follow A1058 Coast Road.  Turn left at A192 roundabout by Tynemouth Swimming Pool then take A191 at Foxhunters roundabout, follow this road for half a mile then turn right immediately past pedestrian crossing outside Aldi supermarket. Take the first left into a public car park which is immediately behind the ground. Walk up a narrow lane towards Ice Rink and turn right into the ground.

By Rail: Take Tyne & Wear Metro from Newcastle to the coast. Alight at either Monkseaton or Whitley Bay and ground is ten minutes walk.

By Bus: Services 308 and 309 from Newcastle Haymarket Bus station pass the ground. alight at the Ice Rink. Frequent service throughout the day and evening.


Hillheads Park has terracing on all four sides. The main stand, on the side closest to the entrance, has seating for 330 and further covered standing accommodation.

The new stand on the opposite side has covered standing accommodation.

The Seahorse clubhouse is open from midday on Saturday matchdays, and from 6pm on midweek matchdays.

A burger van provides hot food and drinks while on the opposite side of the ground ‘Tommy’s Tea Hut’, named in memory of Bay stalwart Tommy Moody, is operated by the Supporters Club and sells hot drinks and snacks.

Toilets are situated inside the clubhouse.


Admission prices for Northern League and most Cup games: Adults £6,  Concessions (Senior Citizens and Under 16s) £4     All payable at the turnstiles.

Season tickets are available:  £105 for adults, £64 for concessions. Apply to the Club office on matchdays or by email to wbfcinfo@gmail.com

Other special family tickets are available – price on application

Please note – Season tickets are valid for league games only.


Record Attendance: 7,301 v Hendon – FA Amateur Cup (1965)(Hillheads)

Record Attendance: 17,048 v North Shields – Northumberland Senior Cup Final (1953)(Elsewhere – St James’ Park)

Record Win: 12-0 v Shildon (1961)

Record Defeat: 9-0 v Hebburn Town (2019)

Most Goals in a Season: 112 (1964/65)

Fewest Goals in a Season: 31 (1979/80)

Most Goals against in a Season: 97 (1994/95 & 2014/15)

Fewest Goals against in a Season: 26 (1969/70)

Most individual goals in a season: Billy Wright – 51 (1964/65)

Most individual goals in a match: Ken Bowron – 6 (1961/62)

Record Appearances: Bill Chater – 641

Record Goalscorer: Billy Wright – 307

Record Transfer: Kevin Todd to Berwick Rangers for £10,000

Ground and Registered Office

Hillheads Park,

Rink Way,

Whitley Bay

NE25 8HR

Tel 0191 291 3637