Blyth Spartans are finally set to face Scunthorpe United in the National League North at the third time of asking on Tuesday night.
Blyth Spartans greatly appreciate the support of all our sponsors at our match against Warrington last Saturday. They all had a great day out enjoying the hospitality. Although some games are now fully booked there are still some hospitality places available for other games, please click HERE for more information. A big thankyou to our long-time sponsors Fergusons Transport, who sponsor The Fergy Space Stand. Fergy Space is based in…
Blyth Spartans travel to Edgar Street as they face Hereford in the National League North on Saturday afternoon aiming to bounce back to winning ways.
Blyth Spartans is delighted to confirm the signing of forward Oli Thompson on loan from Gateshead until the end of the season.
Blyth Spartans wishes to thank Mick and Kerry of L&M for sponsoring an overnight stay for our away trip to Hereford, this coming Saturday. The Club is extremely grateful to Mick & Kerry for their generous offer. Manager, Jon Shaw added, “As I have mentioned previously, the opportunity for the players and staff to prepare for a game in this way, (especially with such a long journey), is invaluable. Importantly,…
Jon Shaw’s side were aiming to bounce back from Tuesday night’s narrow 1-0 defeat at home to Scarborough Athletic as Warrington Town were the visitors to Croft Park on Saturday afternoon.
Blyth Spartans are set to take on Warrington Town on Saturday afternoon at Croft Park in the National League North.
Jon Shaw suffered his first loss in charge as Blyth Spartans manager in a 1-0 defeat at home to Scarborough Athletic.
Blyth Spartans are set to host Scarborough Athletic at Croft Park under the lights on Tuesday night in the National League North.
We asked the December 1899 Club Fans draw winner James Howells for his story supporting Blyth Spartans. Where were you born? Near Shrewsbury, Shropshire When did you first show an interest in Blyth Spartans? When we moved up from Buckinghamshire in 1997. Why did you choose the Spartans to support? Two reasons . Impossibility to get Newcastle Utd tickets and I had an earlier taste of non-league football when I…