The 1930–31 Northern Football League season was the 38th in the history of the Northern Football League, a football competition in Northern England.
|Goals scored||722 (4.63 per match)|
The league featured 12 clubs which competed in the last season, along with one new club:
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GR||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|4||Tow Law Town||24||12||4||8||43||50||0.860||28|
|9||Eden Colliery Welfare||24||8||6||10||37||53||0.698||22||Left the league|
|10||Trimdon Grange Colliery||24||7||6||11||60||76||0.789||20|
|12||Chilton Colliery Recreation Athletic||24||5||3||16||44||78||0.564||13|
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