1992–93 Football Conference

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Football Conference
Season1992–93 [1]
Champions Wycombe Wanderers (1st Football Conference title)
Promoted to the Football League Wycombe Wanderers
Conference League Cup winners Northwich Victoria
FA Trophy winners Wycombe Wanderers
Relegated to Level 6 Boston United,
Farnborough Town
Matches played462
Goals scored1,291 (2.79 per match)
Top goalscorer David Leworthy (Farnborough Town), 32
Biggest home win Dagenham & RedbridgeMerthyr Tydfil 6–1 (6 April 1993);
Farnborough TownGateshead 6–1 (22 August 1992);
Kettering TownSlough Town 5–0 (3 November 1992);
Telford UnitedMerthyr Tydfil 5–0 (12 Aor 1993);
Welling UnitedMerthyr Tydfil 5–0 (21 November 1992)
Biggest away win Stalybridge CelticNorthwich Victoria 0–6 (2 January 1993)
Highest scoring Telford UnitedFarnborough Town 6–3 (12 September 1992)
Longest winning run Wycombe Wanderers, 9 matches
Longest unbeaten run Wycombe Wanderers, 10 matches
Longest losing run Northwich Victoria, Telford United, 6 matches
Highest attendance Wycombe Wanderers v Slough Town, 7,230 (23 March 1993)
Lowest attendance?
Average attendance1,229 (+ 1% compared to previous season)
1993–94

The GM Vauxhall Conference season of 1992–93 was the fourteenth season of the Football Conference.

Contents

Overview

Wycombe Wanderers, runners-up a year earlier, finally gained the Conference title – and a place in the Football League at the expense of the bottom placed Third Division club Halifax Town.

New teams in the league this season

Final league table

PosTeamPldHWHDHLHGFHGAAWADALAGFAGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Wycombe Wanderers [lower-alpha 1] 421353461611643821+4783 Football Conference Champions, promoted to Football League Third Division
2 Bromsgrove Rovers [lower-alpha 2] 4297535229753227+1868
3 Dagenham & Redbridge 42105648299662718+2867 [lower-alpha 3]
4 Yeovil Town 42135342215791728+1066
5 Slough Town 42123639286872127+565
6 Stafford Rangers 42768222411463323+864
7 Bath City 4298429236692423+759
8 Woking [lower-alpha 2] 42921030338672829459
9 Kidderminster Harriers 42957263051153430058
10 Altrincham 4277721258672827358
11 Northwich Victoria 425610242911284426+1356Conference League Cup winners
12 Stalybridge Celtic [lower-alpha 2] 42710425266782329756
13 Kettering Town 42105636284892535255
14 Gateshead 42966271954122637352
15 Telford United 42957312455112436552
16 Merthyr Tydfil 4249826371011025422852
17 Witton Albion 4259730346873231350
18 Macclesfield Town 427952320541217301049
19 Runcorn 428310323657926401849
20 Welling United 428673437461123351548
21 Farnborough Town 428583436461134511947Relegated to the Southern League
22 Boston United 4256102331471027381940Relegated to the Northern Premier League
Source: [1]
Notes:
  1. FA Trophy winners
  2. 1 2 3 New club in the Conference
  3. Dagenham & Redbridge were docked 1 point.

Results

Home \ Away ALT BAT BOS BRO D&R FAR GAT KET KID MAC MER NOR RUN SLO STA STL TEL WEL WTN WOK WYC YEO
Altrincham 1–01–12–21–02–20–13–02–21–00–10–00–21–11–50–00–32–02–11–00–21–2
Bath City 3–02–10–32–15–21–10–02–10–01–30–51–10–12–11–14–11–10–02–02–00–0
Boston United 1–21–21–23–10–00–20–10–33–12–03–50–00–00–11–12–22–12–21–20–31–0
Bromsgrove Rovers 4–11–12–11–22–23–01–12–23–01–21–20–00–12–34–00–02–23–21–01–01–0
Dagenham & Redbridge 2–22–11–01–15–13–11–23–21–26–14–15–14–40–11–20–21–01–15–11–21–1
Farnborough Town 2–52–14–01–11–46–13–22–20–02–10–32–31–01–11–20–13–21–10–30–22–1
Gateshead 2–00–42–20–01–11–01–11–01–04–00–24–11–00–10–00–11–23–11–10–14–1
Kettering Town 1–10–13–33–20–02–12–01–21–01–32–13–35–02–02–01–12–42–10–10–43–0
Kidderminster Harriers 0–11–00–21–00–11–53–30–02–11–05–32–01–10–22–12–12–10–01–31–41–1
Macclesfield Town 1–11–02–10–21–11–21–01–01–10–11–21–11–24–11–01–11–11–01–11–11–1
Merthyr Tydfil 2–21–10–31–10–21–31–12–14–31–23–00–31–10–01–14–01–10–21–51–41–1
Northwich Victoria 1–23–13–30–11–13–00–02–20–11–31–23–20–11–21–31–01–11–31–00–00–1
Runcorn 0–11–31–22–11–01–44–22–20–01–22–30–10–30–22–13–13–04–42–32–11–0
Slough Town 1–41–13–01–32–03–11–03–03–12–12–10–41–12–12–32–04–22–30–11–13–0
Stafford Rangers 0–03–20–03–40–12–22–12–40–11–00–11–00–11–00–02–14–31–10–00–10–1
Stalybridge Celtic 1–01–12–10–10–32–02–10–02–22–12–20–60–00–01–03–30–01–23–02–21–1
Telford United 2–10–00–10–10–16–31–03–11–13–15–01–02–11–10–00–20–10–33–32–31–0
Welling United 2–00–32–24–20–23–12–11–10–01–05–01–53–22–11–21–41–32–21–12–20–3
Witton Albion 1–10–02–01–12–21–11–34–22–21–13–11–30–31–12–52–02–10–11–22–21–2
Woking 0–20–13–00–21–14–11–43–21–54–00–21–04–01–20–32–13–21–01–20–30–0
Wycombe Wanderers 0–22–03–34–01–01–12–11–21–10–14–01–05–11–02–24–04–03–02–10–05–1
Yeovil Town 1–02–12–12–20–35–21–32–12–21–10–11–14–05–12–01–11–01–02–04–13–0
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Jack Rollin (ed.), Rothmans Football Yearbook 1993–94. Headline, 1993. [1]
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
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Dagenham & Redbridge
Welling
Locations of the Football Conference teams 1992–1993

Promotion and relegation

Relegated

Top scorers in order of league goals

RankPlayerClubLeague FA Cup FA Trophy League CupTotal [1]
1 David Leworthy Farnborough Town 3215139
2 Mark Whitehouse Bromsgrove Rovers 2302126
3 Malcolm O'Connor Northwich Victoria 2121327
4 Keith Scott Wycombe Wanderers 2015228
5 Paul Cavell Dagenham & Redbridge 1981129
= Terry Robbins Welling United 1912123
= Andy Sayer Slough Town 1911021
= Karl Thomas Witton Albion 1903022
9 Gary Abbott Welling United 1701119
10 Phil Brown Kettering Town 1620018
= Gary Jones Boston United 1625124
= Mickey Spencer Yeovil Town 1621221
13 Tony Hemmings Northwich Victoria 1510420
= Alan Lamb Gateshead 1571023

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 Jack Rollin (ed.), Rothmans Football Yearbook 1993–94. Headline, 1993.