|Champions||Darlington (1st Football Conference title)|
|Promoted to the Football League||Darlington|
|Conference League Cup winners||Yeading (Isthmian League)|
|FA Trophy winners||Barrow|
|Goals scored||1,317 (2.85 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Robbie Cooke (Kettering Town), 28|
|Biggest home win||Runcorn – Enfield 9–0 (3 March 1990)|
|Biggest away win|| Barrow – Merthyr Tydfil 1–5 (18 April 1990);|
Stafford Rangers – Darlington 0–4 (21 April 1990);
Telford United – Chorley 0–4 (9 December 1989);
Wycombe Wanderers – Cheltenham Town 0–4 (30 December 1989);
Yeovil Town – Welling United 0–4 (13 September 1989)
|Highest scoring|| Runcorn – Enfield 9–0 (3 March 1990);|
Farnborough Town – Runcorn 6–3 (11 November 1989)
|Longest winning run||Barnet, 8 matches|
|Longest unbeaten run||Darlington, 13 matches|
|Longest losing run||Northwich Victoria, 6 matches|
|Highest attendance||Barnet v Darlington, 5,880 (31 March 1990)|
|Average attendance||1,429 (+ 9% from previous season)|
The Football Conference season of 1989–90 (known as the GM Vauxhall Conference for sponsorship reasons) was the eleventh season of the Football Conference.
Darlington, relegated to the Conference from the Fourth Division a year earlier, finished the season as Conference champions and regained their Football League status at the first attempt – just as Lincoln City had done two years earlier. Coming down to the Conference from the Football League were the bottom placed Fourth Division club Colchester United.
|Pos||Team||Pld||HW||HD||HL||HGF||HGA||AW||AD||AL||AGF||AGA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Darlington||42||13||6||2||43||12||13||3||5||33||13||+51||87||Football Conference Champions, promoted to Football League Fourth Division|
|14||Barrow||42||11||8||2||33||25||1||8||12||18||42||−16||52||FA Trophy winners|
|20||Chorley||42||9||5||7||26||26||4||1||16||16||41||−25||45||Relegated to the Northern Premier League|
|21||Farnborough Town||42||7||5||9||33||30||3||7||11||27||43||−13||42||Relegated to the Southern League|
|22||Enfield||42||9||3||9||36||34||1||3||17||16||55||−37||36||Relegated to the Isthmian League|
Note: Conference League Cup winners, Yeading (Isthmian League)
|Rank||Player||Club||League||FA Cup||FA Trophy||League Cup||Total|
|1||Robbie Cooke||Kettering Town||28||0||0||0||28|
|3||Simon Read||Farnborough Town||23||2||0||1||26|
|4||Ian Thompson||Merthyr Tydfil||21||3||0||0||24|
|=||Paul Gorman||Fisher Athletic||17||0||0||0||17|
|=||Terry Robbins||Welling United||17||2||1||2||22|
|=||David Webley||Merthyr Tydfil||17||2||0||0||19|
|14||Steve Burr||Macclesfield Town||16||3||2||0||21|
|=||Kim Casey||Kidderminster Harriers||16||0||3||6||25|
|=||Mark West||Wycombe Wanderers||16||1||1||2||20|
|18||Martin Hanchard||Northwich Victoria||14||2||0||0||16|
|=||Mark Whitehouse||Kidderminster Harriers||14||2||3||2||21|
|=||Ken McKenna||Telford United||12||0||2||0||14|
|=||Mickey Spencer||Yeovil Town||12||1||1||3||17|
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