This evening’s National League North clash against Farsley Celtic at Croft Park will be streamed live online on National League TV.
Graham Fenton’s side will take on Bradford (Park Avenue) at Croft Park in the Second Qualifying Round of the Emirates FA Cup.
An 89th-minute equaliser and two stoppage time goals swept aside a first half Cedric Main penalty which saw Graham Fenton’s side slump to an eventual 3-1 defeat in front of 1500 in attendanc3 at the Jakemans Community Stadium in Lincolnshire.
Andy Blyth, from Brisbane, Australia, contacted the Club at the end of July to notify us that he would be visiting the UK in August and would be in and around the North East area wanting to take in some non-league action – whether it be a training session or fixture.
Graham Fenton’s side bounced back with a commanding 2-0 performance over local rivals Spennymoor Town on Bank Holiday Monday at Croft Park following on from a 3-0 defeat away to Buxton just 48 hours prior.
There are still hospitality places in the Tommy Hedley suite available for Blyth Spartans’ fixtures at Croft Park against Farsley Celtic and Alfreton Town on Tuesday 5th, September and Saturday 23rd, September, respectively.
Like every other National League North outfit, Graham Fenton’s side face a quick turnaround to prepare as well as possible for the visit of Spennymoor Town to Croft Park on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon.
Blyth Spartans is delighted to announce the loan signing of Cedric Main from National League side York City until January 4th, 2024.
Blyth Spartans is pleased to announce that Daniel Patterson and Dan Holmes have now been appointed as the Club’s official PA announcers.