Arrival | Clark snatches Fenwick out of shop window

20th June 2019

Blyth Spartans are delighted to announce the signature of striker Scott Fenwick who joins after two season’s at National League South side Chelmsford City. Fenwick, 29, has a wealth of experience at this, and higher levels having played for Hartlepool United in League Two. Scott spent time within the Newcastle, Sunderland and Middlesbrough academies before joining Gretna in 2009. Soon after he joined Newcastle Benfield when he made his only…


Darlington | Sponsors

Once again the sponsors lounge was full for the visit of Darlington last Saturday. The sponsors for the game included long time Blyth Spartans supporter Stuart Ferguson – along with his son Scott. Stuart is involved with Lubbers Transport UK. Fergy Space and Fergusons Removals were also in the sponsors lounge with Bryan Hobkirk attending the fixture. There was also Paul Norvell from F Southern Ltd who were the match sponsors on…

13th February 2019

Club Statement | Spartans “overwhelmed” by support

12th February 2019

“Blyth Spartans is overwhelmed by the response to the recent request for increased support, Saturday’s game against Darlington saw around 450 additional home supporters above the average gate. “The club would like to thank all that made the effort for their support and commitment, if this can be maintained it will without doubt help sustain the football club at an appropriate level in the pyramid and provide a positive foundation…


Match Preview | Darlington

7th February 2019

VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH Venue: Croft Park, Blyth Date: Saturday 9th February 2019 Kick Off: 3.00pm SCORE UPDATES / MATCH COMMENTARY Twitter Blyth Live ADMISSION Adults – £12 Concessions – £7 11-16’s – £5 Under 10’s – FREE with a paying Adult £2 Stand Transfer Applies Reciprocal Season Tickets | Ashington & North Shields NOTE | Segregation will be in place, Darlington fans are asked to enter at the Plessey Road…


Match Preview | Youthful Spartans face Magpies test

4th February 2019

NORTHUMBERLAND SENIOR CUP QUARTER-FINAL   Venue: Whitley Park, Newcastle Date: Tuesday February 5 2019 Kick Off: 7.30pm   SCORE UPDATES / MATCH COMMENTARY Blyth Live   ADMISSION Adults – £4 Concessions – £2   After a bruising encounter against Leyton Orient on Saturday afternoon, Blyth Spartans return to action in the Northumberland Senior Cup to take on Newcastle United U23’s. Alun Armstrong will rest the entire starting XI who played…


Match Preview | Spartans v A.F.C. Telford United

28th September 2018

By Stuart Dick Spartans will be looking to kick-start their Vanarama National League North campaign off the back of Tuesday night’s FA Cup victory over Nantwich Town – which included the sides first clean sheet since a 2-0 win over Southport last season. We welcome A.F.C. Telford United to Croft Park this weekend – who’ll be looking to replicate their performance here in April last year when they took all…


Armstrong: “Last year we’d have lost this game”

16th August 2018

Alun Armstrong praised his side’s work ethic and commitment after a ‘backs to the wall’ second half against Darlington FC in a 1-1 draw on Wednesday evening. Spartans took the lead through a Dan Maguire strike after five minutes, before Reece Styche equalised three minutes before the break. A second have deluge on the Spartans’ goal came to nothing – with Armstrong’s side coming away with a point. “A well…


Match Preview | Darlington (A)

15th August 2018

The Midweek fixture this week sees Alun Armstrong and the lads travel away to Blackwell Meadows to face fellow North Easterners Darlington. Darlington, who Like Blyth achieved their first win of the season last week- against Brackley Town, will be hoping to improve upon their relatively disappointing finish of 12th place last season. Spartans however, buoyed by their fantastic result this weekend, will travel away hoping to continue their goal…


Darlington | Fan Information

14th August 2018

A few notes regarding Wednesday’s trip to Darlington. The game at Blackwell Meadows will not be segregated and Blyth fans will enter via the home turnstiles at the east of the ground. Blyth fans will not have access to view the game from the East Stand (main home support stand). Blackwell Meadows is a no smoking/vaping ground.