Club news items from previous seasons are held in the Archive area.
After a season's sabbatical, RCA's former Assistant Manager, Gary Errington, will be returning to the club for next season.
Welcome back, Gee. We've all missed the craic.
Here's Gee's Twitter take on the news:
After a season out of football, I have decided to accept an offer from Sunderland RCA to come back to the club as Assistant Manager. I can't wait to get started again and fight like cat and dog with Swaz.
Weʼre trying to raise £3,000 or the extensive electrical work required for the floodlights and clubhouse.
We would like to start be wishing everyone well during these unprecedented and testing times.
As you will know, our season came to an abrupt halt in March. The club, which is ran by a volunteer committee and management team, have lost out on our main income source which helps the club operate and maintain the ground. With the integration of our junior sides [Sunderland RCA UNO] into the club next season, essential work and ground maintenance is crucial to the future plans of the club.
The financial implications of this lost revenue have been a huge blow to the club and has affected our plans for the extensive electrical work needed on the floodlights and the clubhouse in preparation for the new season.
Whilst we appreciate that families and businesses have been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, we still need to raise the funds which will enable us to prepare for the new season and have this much needed electrical work carried out.
The pandemic has also affected our sponsors who support us throughout the season and will certainly make sponsorship harder to come by next season.
If you're able to help us with these essential maintenance works, a donation of any affordable amount would be greatly appreciated, no matter how small.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Sunderland LGV Park and your support is, as always, hugely appreciated.
Gaffer Martin Swales and his assistant Mark Cowan, alongside players Greg Swansbury, Dylan Elliott, Craig Hodgson and Carl Lawson, reflect on the 2019/2020 season.
Saturday's home match against Shildon has been postponed due to concerns over the spread of Coronavirus.
Furthermore, all Northern League fixtures have been postponed until Friday, 3 April.
As a result, RCA's next four matches will need to be rescheduled - Shildon (home), Penrith (home), West Auckland Town (away), and Billingham Town (away).
RCA's next match is, therefore, currently scheduled to be Guisborough Town at home on Saturday, 4 April.
The Northern League statement can be read here.
Today's match at West Auckland Town has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The match has been rearranged for Tuesday, 24 March, with a 7:30pm kick-off.
Saturday's postponed match against Consett has been rearranged for Wednesday, 22nd April 2020 Kick off 7.30pm
Today's match at home to Consett has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Match action as RCA's terrific winning run came to an end