|Champions||Maidstone United (1st Alliance Premier League title)|
|Promoted to the Football League||None|
| Bangor City,|
|Promoted for the next season|| Barrow,|
|Goals scored||1,290 (2.79 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Paul Culpin (Nuneaton Borough), 41|
|Biggest home win|| Frickley Athletic – Boston United 7–1;|
Maidstone United – Telford United 6–0;
Wealdstone – Trowbridge Town 6–0
|Biggest away win|| Barnet – Maidstone United 0–4;|
Boston United – Gateshead 0–4;
Scarborough – Enfield 0–4;
Trowbridge Town – Barnet 0–4;
Weymouth – Wealdstone 0–4
|Highest scoring||Gateshead – Boston United 5–5|
|Longest winning run||?|
|Longest unbeaten run||?|
|Longest losing run||?|
The Alliance Premier League season of 1983–84 was the fifth season of the Alliance Premier League.
|Pos||Team||Pld||HW||HD||HL||HGF||HGA||AW||AD||AL||AGF||AGA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Maidstone United||42||12||8||1||40||15||11||5||5||31||19||+37||70||Alliance Premier League Champions, no promotion|
|7||Northwich Victoria||42||11||8||2||35||18||5||6||10||19||29||+7||51||FA Trophy winners|
|13||Scarborough||42||10||10||1||32||16||4||6||11||20||39||−3||48||Alliance Premier League Cup winners|
|21||Bangor City||42||7||4||10||35||32||3||2||16||19||50||−28||29||Relegated to the Northern Premier League|
|22||Trowbridge Town||42||3||4||14||15||34||2||3||16||18||53||−54||19||Relegated to the Southern League|
|Rank||Player||Club||League||FA Cup||FA Trophy||League Cup||Total|
|1||Paul Culpin||Nuneaton Borough||41|
|3||John Bartley||Maidstone United||27|
|=||Mark Carter||Bangor City||17|
|=||Gary Hooley||Frickley Athletic||17|
|=||Paul Moss||Worcester City||17|
|=||Graham Reed||Frickley Athletic||17|
|=||Chris Cook||Boston United||15|
|=||Dave Hoffbauer||Kettering Town||15|
|=||John Powell||Kidderminster Harriers||15|
|=||Mike Doherty||Yeovil Town||14|
|=||Paul Wilson||Frickley Athletic||14|
|19||Paul Reid||Northwich Victoria||12|
|20||Colin Chesters||Northwich Victoria||11|
|=||Colin Williams||Telford United||11|
As winners of the Alliance Premier League, Maidstone United won the right (for the 2nd time) to apply for election to the Football League to replace one of the four bottom sides in the 1983–84 Football League Fourth Division. The vote went as follows:
|Chester City||24th (Fourth Division)||52|
|Halifax Town||21st (Fourth Division)||52|
|Rochdale||22nd (Fourth Division)||50|
|Hartlepool United||23rd (Fourth Division)||32|
|Maidstone United||1st (Alliance Premier League)||22|
As a result of this, Maidstone United did not gain membership of the Football League.
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