1927–28 Northern Football League

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The 1927–28 Northern Football League season was the 35th in the history of the Northern Football League, a football competition in Northern England.

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Clubs

Northern League
Season1927–28
Champions Chilton Colliery Recreation Athletic
Matches played156
Goals scored741 (4.75 per match)
1928–29

The league featured 13 clubs which competed in the last season, along with one new club:

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGRPts
1 Chilton Colliery Recreation Athletic 24165371352.02937
2 Whitby United 24144663581.08632
3 Stockton 24134762421.47630
4 Cockfield 24108650401.25028
5 Willington 241131078571.36825
6 Esh Winning 241041058581.00024
7 South Bank 2487960630.95223
8 Tow Law Town 241021258531.09422
9 Ferryhill Athletic 24751252730.71219
10 Stanley United 24741357710.80318
11 Loftus Albion 24741348640.75018
12 Bishop Auckland 24741343650.66218
13 Langley Park 24741341620.66118
Crook Town 00 [lower-alpha 1]
Source: [2]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal ratio.
Notes:
  1. Crook Town were suspended by the Durham County Football Association on 7 January 1928. Their record (P13 W11 D0 L2 F49 A14 P22) was expunged on 9 February 1928. [1]

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References

  1. "CROOK TOWN". Football Club History Database. Retrieved 2012-11-25.
  2. "Northern League 1925-1960". Non League Matters. Retrieved 2014-09-13.