Formed, played in the Northern Amateur League as Whickham Sports FC, team manager founder John Thompson.
  Played at Dunston Park.


League Champions, Won Northern Amateur League Cup, Gateshead Charity Cup Winners.
1979-80 League Position 2nd, League Cup runners up, runners up in the Durham Minor Cup, League Shield Winners,
1980-81 League Shield Winners, Heddon Holmes Cup Winners.
1981-82 Joined Northern Combination League, League position 6th, League Cup runners up, Durham County Cup Winners.
  In 1988 the Northern Amateur League and the Northern Combination League combined with the Northern Football Alliance
   (all under the name Northern Football Alliance) to create a three-division format, which still exists today.
1982-83 Changed name to Dunston Mechanics FC, league position 3rd, new team manager Tom Cooney.
1983-84 League position 2nd, League Cup Winners.
1984-85 League position 2nd, League Cup Runners Up, new team manager Peter Quigley.
1985-86 League position 2nd, League Cup Runners Up, played this season at Marley Hill.


Changed name to Dunston Federation Brewery FC, moved to new ground Federation Park, League position 1st,

  New team manager Alan Stott.
1987-88 Moved up into the Wearside League, League position 9th, Sunderland Shipowners Cup Winners Highest attendance 1550.
  New perimiter fence around ground.


League position 1st, first entry in the FA Vase. Aug 15 v NUFC for official opening of Federation Park, opened by

  Newcastle manager Iam McFaul, Fed lost 2-1.


League position 1st, team manager Peter Quigley returns, Monkwearmouth Cup runners up.

1990-91 League position 2nd, League Cup winners. August 27th Paul Gascoigne "Gazza" Opens new stand which is named after him.


Now in Northern League Division 2, League position 5th, first FA Cup entry v Guisborough won 1-0.

  January 6th, official opening of the new floodlight system played NUFC 1 Dunston Fed 2.


League Division 2 Champions promoted to Division One, reached round 6 of FA Vase.

  April 10th ground hopper game v Evenwood at The Fed we won 3-0.
1993-94 League position 11th, Division One enter FA Trophy instead of the FA Vase.
1995-96 League position 6th, League Cup runners up.


League position 12th our lowest league position, In our FA Cup tie against Hebburn on the 30.08.96 Fed won 5-0 Gary

  McDonald scored all 5 goals.


New team manager Bobby Scaife. League position 4th, League Cup Winners, Charity Shield runners up.

  Entry back into FA Vase.
1998-99 League position 4th, League Cup Winners, Charity Shield runners up.
1999-00 League position 3rd, League Cup Winners, Charity Shield Winners.
2000-01 League position 2nd, Charity Shield Winners.
2001-02  League position 3rd. Dunston join the internet age website launched by Ken Fitzpatrick.
2002-03 League position 8th,


April 20th 2004 Dunston played their 500th League game v Billingham Town (A). 13th December 2003 R. Pitt scores Dunston's

  1000th League goal at Bedlington Terriers. League position 1st, League Cup Winners:- game won by golden goal scorer David
  Southern on 105th minute. 2-1. Charity Shield Winners.


League position 1st, League Cup Winners, Durham Challenge Cup runners up. Dunston played 40 League games and only lost

  one game all season, the very last one away at Bedlington. Charity Shield Winners.


Fed obtain new shirt sponsors for both home and away strips. Home strip is Dunston Van & Truck Centre, away strip is Astley 

  Signs, 13th September Dunston won their 500th Northern League game at home against Brandon Utd. Dunston finish 3rd in the
  League and became Northern League Cup runners up. Charity Shield Winners


Manager Bobby Scaife steps down Assistant Manager Perry Briggs takes over with Billy Irwin as assistant.. League position

  7th. Club change name from Dunston Federation Brewery FC to Dunston Federation F.C.


Dunston finish 6th in the League, apply for the UniBond, in hope for a sponsor and need to finish 6th to join.

  The Fed withdrew their intentions for the UniBond for the lack of a main sponsorship.
2008-09 Perry Briggs stands down as team manager Billy Irwin takes over with Tony Harrison as assitant manager.
  Dunston finish 6th again in the league.

June, the club obtain new main sponsor, UTS Engineering Ltd are the new sponsors and the club is renamed Dunston UTS

  Football Club, ground name changed to UTS Stadium.
2009-10 Dunston UTS finish the Northern League in 4th position under Billy Irwin's first season as club manager.


Dunston UTS finish the Northern League in 7th place, Dunston reach the final of the Durham Challenge Cup beaten    

  by Gateshead Reserves, Dunston also reached the last eight of the FA Vase. 
  With a hectic season Dunston played 26 games within nine weeks towards the end of the season winning 14 and drawn 6.
  Matty Annan sports therapist sadly died. 
  Player of the season & goal of the season at Penrith away Lee McAndrew, top goal scorer & Players player Andrew
  Bulford. Matty Annan memorial trophy Ben Cattanach.
  Admission charges £4.50


Dunston UTS FC are the 2012 FA Vase Winners after beaten West Auckland 2-0 at Wembley on the 13th May, Andrew Bulford

  scored both goals he was also award man of the match, Andrew also became all time top league scorer for Dunston after ending
  the season on 89 goals beaten previous leader Andrew Fletchers record of 86 goals Andrew Bulford scored his 87th goal on the
  31st January 2012 against Marske United. Andrew also became Dunston's all time top scorer with 134 goals in all competitions
  passing Andrew Fletchers record of 119. In the League Dunston UTS come 3rd seven points behind the champions.


In the league Dunston UTS finished 5th, Dunston also won the Northern League Division One Fair Play and Good Conduct   

  awards,at the clubs annual presentation night Michael Robson, Kane Young and Steven Pickering were awarded for their
  long service after calling it a day.
  Andrew Bulford top goal scorer, Michael Dixon was voted player of the season and committee player of the season
  with Dale Burrell voted players player of the season.

Dunston UTS finished 7th in the League. Reached round 6 of the FA Vase. At the clubs presentation night, club captain Ben

  Cattanach was voted the Player of the year and the Committee's player of the year. Lee McAndrew was voted Players Player of
  the year and Andrew Bulford clubs top goal scorer. Admission  £5:00.


New Club house built and opened by Gateshead FC manager Gary Mills on the 21st July.

  Dunston UTS finished 6th in the League.
Reached Round 5 of the FA Vase, Lee McAndrew re-joins. Steve Wraith joins club as Commercial Manager,
  Pavel Srnicek became club’s first honorary vice-president.
  Player awards :- Player of the Season and Committees player Luke Gilhespy, Players Player Dale Burrell.
  Top Goalscorer Andrew Bulford, Admission prices are £6:00

League position 11th, reached Round 5 of the FA Vase, Players Awards, Player of the Season Michael Pearson, Players Player

  Dan Smith, top goals scorer and new club record Malcolm Morien with 37 goals, Pavel Srnicek died December 2015.
  June 2016  Tony Harrison leaves and Steve Bowey becomes assistant manager.
2016-17 Mangaer Billy Irwin steps down in October and Chris Swailes named as new manager 26th October.
  Dunston UTS finished 15th in the league, top goal scorer Scott Heslop. Player of the season Dale Burrell.
  July 2017 assistant manager Steve Bowey leaves club.
2017-18 Dunston UTS reach final of Durham Challenge Cup but are beaten 4-2 by Consett AFC,
  Our 300th home league win was 24th March 2018 beaten Newton Aycliffe 2-1.
  Dunston UTS win the Northern League Cup for the 6th time beaten Bishop Auckland 1-0 at Consett AFC.
  Finish 10th in the league. Reached Round 2 of the FA Vase.
2018-19 Northern League Division One Champions, Promoted to the Northern Premier League,
  Reached Round 4 of the FA Cup.
  Reached Round 2 of the FA Vase.
  Ground attendance record broken 2,520 attended FA Cup R4, game live on Match of the day.
  April to July 2019 ground upgrade, new fence around pitch, ground perimeter fence, new dug-outs and entrance booths.
2019-20 Reached 3QR of the FA Cup, League stopped all games from 16th March 2020 due to Coronavirus Epidemic.
  Admission prices £7:00 and £4:00
2020-21 Due to Covid-19 no spectators allowed to watch first four pre-season friendlies which started 8th August,
  Dunston UTS had to withdraw from the FA Cup before playing a game due to couple players with Covid 19 virus.
  11th August Assistant manager Chris Errington leaves.
  Online programmes intoduced.
  Floodlights upgraded and standing stand area raised.
  League started September 19th then stopped mid-October no more games played.
  Astley Sign withdraw sponsorship, UTS Engineering Ltd sponsor second shirt which now becomes steel-silver.
  New third shirt introduced red shirt with white sash..
  9th March, Jon McDonald comes in as assistant manager.
2021-22 July, fitness coach Ben Sherwood leaves club.
Oct, Fred Foulis committeeman sadly dies.
  Nov, Phil Turnbull appears world wide in the media after his attempt to fix floodlights at Marine FC.
  Dunston FC finish sixth in the league.
  Player awards. Craig Baxter wins Players Player, Committee player and management player of the season.
2022-23 Lee Kennedy comes in as goalkeeper coach. Admission prices £9:00.
  FA Cup reach 2QR, FA trophy reached 1R, DC Cup reached semi final.
  Ian Irving fitness coach leaves November 2022 in comes Mark Scott.
  UTS Pipe mascot introduced. (Mark Thompson)
  100th home league goal scored 1st Feb 2023 v Shildon by Michael Pearson
  100th NP League game played 4th March away to Brighouse Town.
  April team manager Chris Swailes steps down.
  May 3rd Jon McDonald becomes team manager in comes Andy Wright as assistant manager.
2023-24 July 5th, Club Chairman Malcolm James ,Vice Chairman Alan Stott and treasurer Frank Rankin all step down.
  Billy Irwin and Tony Cleugh become Co-Chairmen, Ian Hodgson becomes club treasurer.
2023-24 August , Gateshead AFC friendly abandoned at Dunston due to hearse being driven onto pitch.
   Admission price £10:00 season.
  Finished 3rd in the League and reach play offs, semi final win at home against Ponterfract Collieries 2-0 in the final away to
  game ends 4-4 but lose 3-5 on pens.