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Home sweet home, the story of Croft Park.

Upon formation in 1899 Blyth Spartans may have had a remarkable future ahead but it took the fledgling club nearly 10 years to find a permanent home, using 5 other sites before settling at Croft Park. All bar one of the sites have … Continue reading

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First ever history book launched…

After almost 8 years in its creation  Thursday 14th November saw the official launch of Ken Sproat’s long-awaited “We’re the Famous Blyth Spartans”. The hours, days, weeks, months & years of painstaking research and then the writing & rewriting finally … Continue reading

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We’re the Famous Blyth Spartans…

After many years of pain-staking research, author Ken Sproat has produced the authoritative official history of Blyth Spartans AFC. With the humour, absurdity and endurance of the Non-League experience described alongside stirring tales of Spartans’ ability to shake the football … Continue reading

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