News | SEVEN major sponsors commit to Spartans

20th July 2020

Blyth Spartans AFC is delighted to announce that the club has secured the support of seven major sponsors that will greatly assist in securing the future of our famous club in these unprecedented times. Our new main shirt sponsorship from CFS Offshore Services, a local high-tech engineering fabrication company based in Hebburn, was the final piece in discussions that have progressed over the close season. Additionally, five long-term sponsors have…

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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.

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Port of Blyth Player of the Month | Jarrett Rivers

14th January 2019

Before the Spartans Buildbase FA Trophy match against Boreham Wood, Jarrett Rivers was presented with the Port of Blyth Player of the Month award by Colin Bassam from Port of Blyth Training Services. The award is decided by averaging the three top players in each of the month’s games.  

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POTM | Sean Reid picks up January Award, Nathan Buddle December

20th February 2018

Midfielder Sean Reid has picked up the Port of Blyth Player of the Month award for January after a number of impressive displays. Reid made six appearances in the month, netting a brace in a 4-0 win over Gainsborough Trinity and opening the scoring in the 1-1 draw against FC United of Manchester. Meanwhile the December winner defender Nathan Buddle helped Spartans keep two clean sheets that month – scoring…

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Feature | Maguire Makes 250th Appearance for Spartans

7th February 2018

It was not the result Blyth Spartans striker Dan Maguire would have wanted as he marked his 250th appearance in Saturday’s match against Darlington, but the 25-year-old spoke to the Spartans’ website about his career to date. ‘Nipa’ has come along way since joining the club in September 2012 – signed by former Spartans boss Tommy Cassidy from Northern Alliance side Seaton Delaval at the age of 19 – making…

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Player of the Month | Robbie Dale wins November Player of the Month

20th December 2017

Winger Robert Dale has picked up the Port of Blyth Player of the Month award for November after a fantastic run of form. Dale – who made his 575th appearance in early December – is the only ever present in the Spartans ranks this season, making 24 appearances and netting four times. Blyth Spartans Port of Blyth Player of the Month: August – Michael Liddle September – Dale Hopson October…

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Award | Port of Blyth POTM | September 2017

13th October 2017

Attacking midfielder Dale Hopson has won Blyth Spartans’ Port of Blyth Player of the Month award for September. Hopson, who joined up with Spartans over the summer, has hit the ground running spectacularly at Croft Park, improving with every passing game. He hit three goals in September as Spartans won four fixtures in a row at the beginning of the month. And the inventive midfielder has carried this rich vein…

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Programme Preview | First Look at Spartans’ Pre-Season Programme Cover

10th July 2017

Blyth Spartans are delighted to announce a bumper 60-page matchday magazine for our pre-season home fixtures. The programme will include: A Nathan Buddle Q&A Profiles for our pre-season opponents. A Vanarama National League North preview. A review of last season’s double-winning campaign. All of our 2017/18 fixtures. 2017/18 player profiles. Quizzes Columns from some of the Blyth Spartans backroom staff A map of our National League North opponents, showing travel…

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Award | Port of Blyth POTM | March 2017

8th April 2017

Blyth Spartans are delighted to announce that Daniel Maguire has been awarded the Port of Blyth Player of the Month award for March. The Spartans made a stuttering start to the month, with a disappointing defeat at Sutton Coldfield Town. However, that would be the only low point for Alun Armstrong’s side – as they went unbeaten for the rest of the month. Blyth recorded heavy victories over Frickley Athletic and…

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