• Community Director | Jonny Thompson appointed
  • Arrival | Ritson signs on loan from Hull
  • Hospitality | Slane celebrates 50 years since first Spartans appearance
  • Club Statement | Trio leave Blyth Spartans
  • Interview | Clark confident points will arrive soon

Club statement | Gordon Young

It is with sadness that we have to advise fans of the Club that, after fighting a long and hard battle against cancer, Gordon Young passed away on Wednesday 7th August. Gordon, along with his wife Dot and grandson Matthew, supported the Spartans for decades and up until last season could be seen in his regular seat next to the press box in the main stand. Gordon held many jobs…

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Hospitality package | Clark presents plaque to supporters

Blyth Spartans were delighted to have Lee Clark present plaques to supporters in our hospitality suite for Saturday’s National League North opener with Gloucester City. The certificates were presented to Robbie May, Steven Davidson and Simon Blenkinsop, recognising their invaluable support. To get your own personalised presentation plaque and meet Lee Clark, please look at our hospitality package below. Packages Include: Entry into the Tom Hedley Suite Seats in the…

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News | Green Army donate sensory packages for fans with disabilities

The Green Army, supporters club of Blyth Spartans AFC, has kindly donated 20 sensory packages for fans with disabilities. The sensory packages arrived in time for our home game with Gloucester City on Saturday, and will be available throughout the 2019/20 season. Blyth Spartans AFC is committed to offering the best possible match day experience to every supporter. We send our utmost thanks to the Green Army for their incredible…

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Report | Spartans slip to opening day defeat

By Liam O’Brien In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Motorama National League North Saturday August 3, 2019 Blyth Spartans 1-2 Gloucester City Blyth Spartans slipped to a narrow defeat to Gloucester City on the opening day of the new National League North campaign. The visitors were gifted the lead just before the break when loanee Christopher Mason hacked down Joe Parker inside the area, allowed Joe…

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Club statement | Neal Hooks

Blyth Spartans can confirm that Neal Hooks has left Blyth Spartans by mutual agreement. Hooks spent a decade at Croft Park as a player before stepping into the management set up under Alun Armstrong. During his time as a player, Hooks made 270 appearances for Blyth, scoring on 15 occasions. We greatly appreciate his input, time and commitment over the last 10 years and wish Neal all the very best…

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Arrival | Mason joins on one-month loan

Blyth Spartans are pleased to announce the signing of Spennymoor Town defender Christopher Mason on a one-month loan deal.  The Moors club captain, 33, add bags of experience to Lee Clark’s defence having made over 300 appearances for the National League North outfit.  Beginning his career with Darlington, the central defender has gone on to play for Bishop Auckland, Harrogate and Gateshead as well as a spell in Sweden with…

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NLN fan preview | Blyth Spartans

Vanarama National League North fan preview: Blyth Spartans regular Dan Rolls gives us the lowdown League sponsors Vanarama have been getting the fans’ perspective ahead of the new season – which kicks off this Saturday What can Blyth Spartans fans look forward to over the coming season? For us, it’s pretty much a brand-new team and a complete fresh start. Huge turnover of your squad this summer and obviously Alun Armstrong leaving…

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Match Preview | Gloucester City

By Stephen Burton After a summer of change, the Lee Clark era is set to begin this Saturday as Blyth Spartans face Gloucester City in their season opener at Croft Park. Clark’s arrival early this summer has led to a whole host of new faces brought to the club, and many have hit the ground running during pre-season. Spartans have helped themselves to nine wins in 10 games, culminating in…

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Arrival | Harker signs on loan

Blyth Spartans are delighted to announce the capture of Newcastle United goalkeeper Nathan Harker on loan until early-January.  The 20-year-old arrives at Croft Park having played a regular part in the Magpies’ under-23s set-up and has experienced life around the first-team at the Premier League club.  During the 2018/19 season. Harker featured in all five of United’s Checkatrade Trophy fixtures before exiting at the quarter-final stage to League One side…

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