Club Statement | Manager Terry Mitchell departs Blyth Spartans

9th August 2022

Blyth Spartans can confirm that manager Terry Mitchell has departed club with immediate effect. The club would like to place on record its thanks to Terry for his efforts – namely last season’s successful battle against relegation as well as our victory in the Northumberland Senior Cup – and wish him the very best for the future. The club will be making no further comment at this time.


Match Photos| Blyth Spartans 0-1 Kidderminster Harriers

6th August 2022

A selection of match action images by Bill Broadley from Blyth’s opening game of the 2022-23 season, against one of the leagues favourites for promotion; Kidderminster Harriers. The first half ended goaless in a well balanced first 45. However, it was the visitors that broke the deadlock on the 53rd minute with a goal from Hemmings. Blyth were unable to find an equaliser and the visitors left Croft Park with…


Interview | Terry Mitchell | North Shields 2-1 Blyth Spartans

30th July 2022

Spartans’ boss Terry Mitchell spoke to Blyth Live’s Phil Castiaux following Spartans 2-1 pre-season defeat away to North Shields. Blyth took the lead shortly after half-time following a JJ O’Donnell strike, but two second-half goals from the hosts ensured Spartans’ final pre-season game ended in defeat.


Interview | Terry Mitchell | Gloucester City 2-2 Blyth Spartans

8th May 2022

Hear from Spartans boss Terry Mitchell as he spoke to Blyth Live’s Phil Castiaux following Saturday’s 2-2 away to Gloucester City, as the curtain came down on the 2021/22 season. Connor Thomson put Blyth ahead early on, before two quickfire goals in the last 10 minutes saw Gloucester lead. However, the drama wasn’t over, as JJ O’Donnell grabbed an equaliser deep into injury time, following one final assist in a…


Interview | Terry Mitchell | Boston United 1-1 Blyth Spartans

2nd April 2022

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