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Spartans’ under-18s FA Youth Cup second qualifying round tie away to Hartlepool United has been confirmed to take place on Monday 2nd October with a 7pm kick-off time.
There are still hospitality places available for Saturday’s Emirates FA Cup third qualifying round fixture at Croft Park as Blyth Spartans take on Worksop Town.
Spartans surrendered their perfect National League North home record and unbeaten beginning to the campaign at Croft Park on Saturday afternoon as Alfreton Town secured three points to take back to Derbyshire.
A selection of images by Club photographer Paul Scott from Spartans’ 3-1 defeat to Alfreton Town at Croft Park on Saturday afternoon.
A selection of match action photos by Bill Broadley from the match between Blyth Spartans and Alfreton Town, which saw the Spartans lose for the first time this season in the League at Croft Park.
Blyth Spartans return to Croft Park for National League North action as they host Alfreton Town on Saturday afternoon.
Our young Spartans face an away tie against Hartlepool United under-18s in the FA Youth Cup second qualifying round following Wednesday night’s progression after beating Stockton Town 2-1 at Croft Park.
Spartans’ under-18s fought back from a goal down at half-time to secure a place in the second qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup on Wednesday evening against Stockton Town at Croft Park.
Club photographer, Paul Scott, was on hand to capture the action from pitchside on Monday night as Spartans defeated Bradford (Park Avenue) to advance to the third qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.
Spartans recorded a 3-1 victory to conclude extra time on Monday evening at the Horsfall Stadium as goals from Will McGowan, JJ Hooper and Cedric Main cancelled out Brad Dockerty’s deadlock-breaking strike.