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Croft Park
(4,435 Capacity)

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Blyth, England


English National League North

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Blyth Spartans Association Football Club is an English football club based in Blyth, Northumberland. The club participates in the Northern Premier League Premier Division, the seventh tier of English football. They are currently managed by Alun Armstrong.

They were founded in September 1899 by Fred Stoker, who was the club's first secretary before forming a practice as a distinguished physician in London's Harley Street. He thought it appropriate to name the team after the Greek Spartan army in the hope that the players would give their all as they went into "battle" on the field of play. The club is most notable for its 1977–78 FA Cup campaign, in which they went all the way to the 5th round only to be beaten by Wrexham in a replay at St James' Park.

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Croft Park is a football stadium in Blyth, Northumberland. It is home to Blyth Spartans, who play in the Northern Premier League Premier Division. It was opened by Mrs Clarke of Bellister Castle, Haltwhistle on 1 September 1909.

The first match was a friendly against neighbours Newcastle United which ended in a 4–2 defeat.



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