• Vacancy | First-team Manager
  • Club Statement | Manager Terry Mitchell departs Blyth Spartans
  • Gallery | Blyth Spartans 0-1 Kidderminster Harriers
  • News | Assistant manager Graeme Coulson departs Spartans
  • News | Contactless payments available as half-time draw returns

News | Season ticket collection

Blyth Spartans would like to thank all supporters who have renewed or purchased season tickets for the upcoming 22/23 season. Season tickets can be collected from the hatch outside of the clubhouse from 6pm on Tuesday, July 12th before our pre-season fixture against South Shields, the collection point will be well signposted for where season tickets can be collected. Collection of season tickets will be open from 6pm. However, recent…

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Matchday Hospitality | Book now

Bookings are now being taken for 2022/23 season, don’t delay, book now to save disappointment! This is an excellent opportunity to celebrate (or commemorate) an occasion, a great gift / reward or just to enhance the match day experience, for businesses and supporters alike, whilst helping support the Football Club Packages for General Hospitality, Man of the Match and Match Ball Include Entry into the Tom Hedley Suite. Seats in…

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Statement | Terry Mitchell

Following his departure from the club, Terry Mitchell has released the following statement: “It’s been an absolute honour to manage Blyth Spartans. I’ve enjoyed every minute of it and want to thank everyone behind the scenes at the club, there’s some fantastic volunteers from top to bottom. I’m really proud of helping keep the football club in the league last season, and winning the Northumberland Senior Cup for the club….

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Club Statement | Manager Terry Mitchell departs Blyth Spartans

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.

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Match Photos| Blyth Spartans 0-1 Kidderminster Harriers

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…

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Preview | Kidderminster Harriers (h) | National League North | 22/23

Competitive football returns to Croft Park as Blyth Spartans host Kidderminster Harriers in the opening day of the National League North season. Terry Mitchell’s side will be looking to kick on following a strong finish to last season, where Spartans won four of their last seven games to successfully avoid relegation as well as lifting the Northumberland Senior Cup. TICKET INFORMATION Tickets can be purchased in advance via our online system…

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News | Assistant manager Graeme Coulson departs Spartans

By Anth Elliott Blyth Spartans AFC can confirm that Assistant Manager Graeme Coulson has left the club to join Newcastle United’s Academy staff. Coulson joined the club as part of manager Terry Mitchell’s coaching staff having been part of the gaffer’s backroom team at Consett AFC. While at Consett, he helped Mitchell to guide the club to the 2020 FA Vase Final at Wembley. He joins Newcastle United’s Academy to…

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News | Contactless payments available as half-time draw returns

The club’s half-time draw will be returning to Croft Park for our season opener against Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday. We now have a dedicated kiosk at Croft Park where draw tickets can be purchased alongside match programmes (in addition to our standard programme sellers), where contactless card payments will be accepted for the first time. Half-time draw tickets cost £1 per entry, and in adjustment to previous years, the winners…

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