1994–95 Football Conference

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Football Conference
Season1994–95 [1]
Champions Macclesfield Town (1st Football Conference title)
Promoted to the Football League None
Conference League Cup winners Bromsgrove Rovers
FA Trophy winners Woking (2nd year running)
Relegated to Level 6 Merthyr Tydfil,
Stafford Rangers,
Yeovil Town
Matches played462
Goals scored1,348 (2.92 per match)
Top goalscorer Paul Dobson (Gateshead), 25
Biggest home win Halifax TownStafford Rangers 6–0 (5 November 1994)
Biggest away win Welling UnitedBath City 1–5 (28 January 1995);
Welling UnitedNorthwich Victoria 1–5 (19 November 1994);
Dagenham & RedbridgeAltrincham 0–4 (4 February 1995);
Dagenham & RedbridgeMacclesfield Town 0–4 (19 November 1994);
Farnborough TownRuncorn 0–4 (24 September 1994);
Telford UnitedDagenham & Redbridge 0–4 (18 February 1995)
Highest scoring Bromsgrove RoversWoking 5–5 (14 January 1995)
Longest winning run Macclesfield Town, 10 matches (Conference record)
Longest unbeaten run Macclesfield Town, 13 matches
Longest losing run Stafford Rangers, Yeovil Town, 6 matches
Highest attendance Kidderminster Harriers v Bromsgrove Rovers, 4,347 (26 December 1994)
Lowest attendance?
Average attendance1,064
1995–96

The Football Conference season of 1994–95 was the sixteenth season of the Football Conference, also known as the Vauxhall Conference for sponsorship reasons.

Contents

Overview

Macclesfield Town finished the season as Conference champions, but failed to gain Football League status as their stadium failed to meet the capacity requirements. This meant that the bottom placed Third Division club, Exeter City, avoided relegation to the Conference.

New teams in the league this season

Final league table

PosTeamPldHWHDHLHGFHGAAWADALAGFAGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Macclesfield Town 421434391810563122+3080 Football Conference Champions, no promotion to the Football League
2 Woking 421182462310473031+2275 FA Trophy winners
3 Southport 42134446218582229+1872
4 Altrincham 421038342710564333+1768
5 Stevenage Borough [lower-alpha 1] 421047402710382822+1967
6 Kettering Town 42125440257593331+1767
7 Gateshead 42124528137683340+867
8 Halifax Town 42116446206692234+1463
9 Runcorn 4211733928531320431258
10 Northwich Victoria 4278639307773836+1157
11 Kidderminster Harriers 426510282910473532+257
12 Bath City 421065352656102030157
13 Bromsgrove Rovers 42975423556102434355Conference League Cup winners
14 Farnborough Town [lower-alpha 1] 42858233175922331955
15 Dagenham & Redbridge 42858283258828371352
16 Dover Athletic 426105282556102030749
17 Welling United 429393133471026411749
18 Stalybridge Celtic 429662927281123452047
19 Telford United 42993302017132342946
20 Merthyr Tydfil 4210473727171316361044Relegated to the Southern League
21 Stafford Rangers 4255112934461124452638
22 Yeovil Town 425882931361221402137 [lower-alpha 2] Relegated to the Isthmian League
Source: [1]
Notes:
  1. 1 2 New club in the Conference
  2. Yeovil Town were docked 1 point.

Results

Home \ Away ALT BAT BRO D&R DOV FAR GAT HAL KET KID MAC MER NOR RUN SOU STA STL STB TEL WEL WOK YEO
Altrincham 1–01–10–13–02–01–33–12–42–01–21–01–33–20–05–11–01–23–11–11–21–3
Bath City 0–31–13–00–02–00–20–02–03–51–01–02–24–31–23–32–32–11–12–02–03–0
Bromsgrove Rovers 0–31–12–22–02–22–20–12–44–32–22–01–41–01–12–12–12–10–14–15–55–0
Dagenham & Redbridge 0–41–02–02–00–10–01–42–11–20–42–11–23–25–13–32–20–13–20–00–20–0
Dover Athletic 1–33–00–21–11–12–21–10–21–00–02–23–11–11–23–20–02–02–01–12–31–1
Farnborough Town 2–30–00–31–31–03–12–00–01–01–02–12–10–41–40–00–01–15–31–20–20–3
Gateshead 1–00–12–12–11–02–01–20–01–02–12–04–04–00–11–10–01–20–02–02–00–3
Halifax Town 1–14–24–21–14–00–13–22–11–20–12–20–04–02–06–01–10–21–14–04–02–1
Kettering Town 2–20–00–12–21–04–12–45–10–01–04–13–33–01–01–01–00–23–24–30–13–2
Kidderminster Harriers 2–22–10–11–10–00–12–33–01–31–22–01–21–10–11–23–20–31–13–01–33–0
Macclesfield Town 4–21–02–22–03–04–12–11–11–01–30–03–10–13–01–23–00–32–03–12–01–0
Merthyr Tydfil 2–52–02–12–02–31–11–22–02–10–11–22–03–01–24–14–22–23–10–21–10–0
Northwich Victoria 1–11–13–15–01–31–21–13–03–23–41–32–04–12–10–12–20–11–11–12–22–2
Runcorn 3–01–13–10–03–31–03–20–31–22–22–20–02–22–13–10–33–14–13–21–02–1
Southport 1–43–12–11–12–20–15–04–01–14–12–33–10–25–03–03–12–12–11–02–00–0
Stafford Rangers 0–10–21–11–21–01–13–10–12–31–20–32–11–31–21–15–00–32–21–12–34–1
Stalybridge Celtic 2–10–11–11–02–14–10–11–01–41–32–21–12–10–01–12–31–01–01–32–13–1
Stevenage Borough 4–23–01–03–10–33–12–31–02–22–31–10–01–10–11–21–05–14–31–20–15–0
Telford United 2–33–02–20–41–11–13–11–11–03–12–01–11–02–00–00–01–11–24–20–01–0
Welling United 0–01–51–24–10–11–33–01–12–10–20–12–11–51–23–13–13–31–01–01–22–1
Woking 4–02–24–03–50–03–21–11–33–10–01–04–11–12–03–02–24–13–02–11–12–2
Yeovil Town 1–31–22–02–21–30–11–13–11–11–11–21–34–41–00–11–03–00–01–13–31–2
Updated to match(es) played on unknown. Source: Jack Rollin (ed.), Glenda Rollin (ass. ed.), Rothmans Football Yearbook 1995–96. Headline, 1995. [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 1994–1995

Promotion and relegation

Relegated

Top scorers in order of league goals

RankPlayerClubLeague FA Cup FA Trophy League CupTotal
1 Paul Dobson Gateshead 2523232
2 Carl Alford Kettering Town 2310327
3 Leroy May Stafford Rangers 2100122
4 Andy Green Altrincham 1920021
= Clive Walker Woking 1915025
6 Recky Carter Bromsgrove Rovers 18001230
= David Leworthy Dover Athletic 1850225
= Phil Power Macclesfield Town 1803223
= Malcolm O'Connor Northwich Victoria 1841023
10 Darran Hay Woking 1700017
11 Dean Birkby Bath City 1600218
= Mark Hughes Runcorn 1602119
13 Paul Wilson Woking 1700017

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 Jack Rollin (ed.), Glenda Rollin (ass. ed.), Rothmans Football Yearbook 1995–96. Headline, 1995.