Seadogs flagging up their history!

EVO-STIK League Scarborough Athletic have brought out a new club flag to celebrate their tenth anniversary featuring the names of their former players, managers and directors.

Designed by membership and website director Steve Smith to celebrate the club's history since being formed by fans in June 2007 following the winding up of Scarborough Football Club, the unique flag was featured on the Twitter account of @nonleagueflags on Thursday night as the Seadogs prepared to host EVO-STIK League North's rivals Hyde United in the Emirates FA Cup on Saturday at the Flamingo Land Stadium.

After spending their first ten seasons groundsharing at Bridlington Town, the Seadogs moved into their new stadium in July 2017 and are currently fourth in the table under manager Steve Kittrick, three places above their EVO-STIK League North opponents on Saturday for a place in the first round proper.

Images courtesy of @nonleagueflags/Twitter

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