Steeton were formed in 1905 and were promoted from the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division last season, as well as winning the West Riding County Amateur Premier Division League Cup and the Keighley & District FA Challenge Cup in the 2017/18 campaign.
The Yorkshire based side now play their home games at Cougar Park after agreeing a groundshare with local rugby league side Keighley Cougars for this season.
Sitting sixth in the table, Steeton have won four, drawn one and lost two of their games so far, and will be hoping for a return to winning ways when Town visit on Saturday.
Town return to league action after suffering a 3-1 defeat in the FA Vase last Saturday, and will be looking to hit the ground running to keep up this season’s great form in the NWCFL Division One North.
Striker Richie Allen and midfielder Michael Morrison will both miss out through suspension.
Kick-off is scheduled for 3pm.
Getting to Cougar Park
The ground is situated behind a petrol station, opposite McDonald’s.
Follow BD21 3RF on Sat Nav.
At the end of the A629 take the first turn off the roundabout, and quick left down Royd Way.
Then turn right at the bottom onto Royd Ings Avenue.
Entrance is to your right.
If on foot there is a second entrance to the ground on Hard Ings Road opposite the petrol station.
Car parking facilities are available near the Office Interiors building on Royd Ings Avenue.
Updated 17:06 - 7 Sep 2018 by Ellie Hamilton
Young Adult: £3
Under 17s: Free