Departure | Manager leaves Blyth Spartans

21st May 2019

Blyth Spartans announce the departure of manager Alun Armstrong who has joined National League North side Darlington FC. Armstrong – who signed a two-year deal at the start of last season – has decided to bring his almost three-year stay to the club to an end. Spartans will now begin the process of appointing a new management team. A full statement will be released in due course.

Read More >>

News | Supporter’s Club Launch Budget Boosting Campaign

5th May 2019

  Blyth Spartans Official Supporters’ Club have launched the Alun’s Green and White Army budget boosting campaign to help prepare Alun Armstrong and his coaching staff for the 2019/20 National League North season. After the club’s highest ever finish – and a play-off berth – we are inviting fans to pledge what they can to not only keep the current squad together, but further improve it. We understand that the…

Read More >>

Away Travel | Altrincham vs Blyth Spartans

29th April 2019

After Blyth secured a playoff place on Saturday, the Green Army have announced that they are investigating running a second bus for our first playoff game away to Altrincham. Please get in touch as soon as possible if you are interested. The details are as follows: Event: Altrincham v Blyth Spartans Date: Wesdnesday 1st May Departure time from Blyth: 2pm Departure point: The Wallaw Returning immediately after the game Cost: £20 Should you be…

Read More >>

Match Preview | Southport

26th April 2019

By Stuart Dick It’s the moment of reckoning for Blyth Spartans as we host Southport this afternoon knowing three points would secure a play-off berth. Alun Armstrong’s side are currently sixth in the Vanarama National League North after Easter Monday’s late victory over FC United of Manchester. Adam Wrightson’s 91st minute winner means that Spartans have their path to the paly-offs in their own hands – all they need to…

Read More >>

Sponsors | Guiseley

It was another full sponsors lounge for the visit of Guiseley. Ron Staughan, Martin Trinder and Lennon Properties, and the Eastbourne Spartans were all guests of the club on Friday afternoon. Club Chairman Tony Platten was on presentation duty after the game.

26th April 2019
Read More >>

Southport H | The biggest game in over 40 years for Spartans

26th April 2019

Saturday is a massive day in the history of Blyth Spartans – for the first time the club has the chance to reach the play-offs of the National League North, and potentially reach the National League. This is the biggest game for Blyth in over 40 years. The support for the team has been fantastic this season – and those who travelled to FC United of Manchester on Easter Monday…

Read More >>

News | Spartans announce Food Bank Collection date

25th April 2019

Blyth Spartans are delighted to announce a food bank collection at the club’s home game against Southport on the 27th April. Volunteer Iain Turton has organised the collection to support the Blyth Foodbank. We ask if people can donate basic food in tins or packets that will keep for several weeks or months before reaching its Best Before date or Use By date. This is because we have volunteers who…

Read More >>

Sponsors | Nuneaton Borough

23rd April 2019

It was another full sponsors lounge for the visit of Nuneaton Borough. Fergy Space Self-Storage, Martin Lawlor CEO Port of Blyth and Kevin Miles were all guests of the club on Tuesday Evening. Club Chairman was on presentation duty after the game.

Read More >>

Match Report | Last gasp Wrightson strike sends Spartans to sixth

23rd April 2019

By Stephen Burton In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Monday April 22 2019 FC United of Manchester 1-2 Blyth Spartans Adam Wrightson marked a century of Spartans appearances with a last gasp winner to sink FC United and take Spartans up to the play-off positions in a dramatic finale at Broadhurst Park. Spartans got off to a fantastic start as Jarrett Rivers…

Read More >>

Match Preview | FC United of Manchester vs Blyth Spartans

21st April 2019

By Stephen Burton After victory over Guiseley on Good Friday, Spartans are now looking for their sixth straight win as they travel to Broadhurst Park on Easter Monday to face an FC United side with survival on the line. The latest round of fixtures has seen Spartans cut Telford United’s advantage to just one point as they chase the remaining play off positions with two games left. Meanwhile FC United…

Read More >>