Preview | Boston United (H) | National League North | 21/22

21st October 2021

By Stephen Burton Blyth Spartans are back in action this Saturday following a near two-week break as Boston United visit Croft Park in National League North. Last time out, Michael Nelson’s side endured their first home defeat of the season – falling to a 2-0 defeat to Chorley. Spartans, currently sitting in 15th place, will face a Boston side who are three points above them in 10th, with four wins…

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Away Travel | York City (A) | 21/22

19th October 2021

The Green Army have arranged away travel for our National League North tie at York City on Saturday, October 30th. The coach will depart The Commissioners Quay Inn at 9:30am and park at the Union Terrace Coach Park for a pub stop-off in town. At 2:15pm, the coach will head up the LNER Community Stadium in time for the 3pm kick-off. The price of the coach is £20pp, and as usual,…

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Boston United (H) 21/22 | Tickets on sale | Buy in advance

18th October 2021

Tickets for our National League North fixture with Boston United at Croft Park are now on sale. Tickets for our National League North fixture with Boston United at Croft Park are now on sale. Michael Nelson’s side host Boston on Saturday, October 23rd following a two-week break. Tickets can be bought online here or by calling our general office on 01670 352373 between 9am and 12pm Monday to Friday. Should you purchase…

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Report | Blyth Spartans 4-2 AFC Fylde | FA Youth Cup | 21.22

13th October 2021

In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant FA Youth Cup Third Round Qualifying  Tuesday, October 13th 2021 BLYTH SPARTANS 4-2 AFC FYLDE  Blyth Spartans advanced into the First Round Proper of the FA Youth Cup with a historic 4-2 victory over AFC Fylde.  Jamie Norvell’s brace and a wonderstrike from Dawson Carr handed the young Spartans a 3-1 lead at the break.  Nathan Cliffe scored early in…

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FA Youth Cup | AFC Fylde (H) | 21/22

10th October 2021

Our Blyth Spartans youngsters host AFC Flyde in the Third Round Qualifying of the FA Youth Cup on Wednesday, October 13th (kick-off 7pm). Admission prices are £3 for adults and £2 for concessions. A cash turnstile is in operation only. The social club is open for hot and cold refreshments.  Spartans have overcome Darlington (6-0), Billingham Town (2-0) and Gateshead (4-3 on pens) to reach the final qualifying stage. Meanwhile,…

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Blyth Spartans v Wrexham commemorative framed print

10th October 2021

Blyth Spartans v Wrexham commemorative framed print. This limited edition, framed A3 print is available exclusively to Spartans fans for the special price of £49.99 (plus postage). The print features a poem by Newcastle-based artist and writer Davey Brown who won the Northumberland Writer Of The Year award for this poem. There are only 100 of these prints available. Each one is signed by Davey Brown, numbered and comes with…

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Interview | Dom Tear on signing for Spartans

10th October 2021

Dom Tear made his Blyth Spartans debut in the 2-0 defeat to Chorley on Saturday afternoon. The 21-year-old winger joins Spartans on a one-month loan from Halifax Town, and he spoke about his decision to move to Croft Park. Listen to the interview with Niall Bromley below:

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Match Photos | Blyth Spartans 0-2 Chorley

9th October 2021

Blyth Spartans lost there first National League North game at Croft, after visitors Chorley left with all three points after a comfortable two nil victory in front of a crowd of 1045. Relive the action with a selection of match images from Bill Broadley.

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Report | Blyth Spartans 0-2 Chorley | National League North | 21/22

9th October 2021

BY Liam O’Brien In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Saturday, October 9th 2021 BLYTH SPARTANS 0-2 CHORLEY FC Blyth Spartans suffered their first home defeat of the 2021/22 National League North season with a flat 2-0 defeat to Chorley. Spartans hit the woodwork twice in the second-half through Dan Maguire and Rhys Evans but overall, it was lacklustre performance at Croft Park. Michael Nelson’s side…

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