|Champions||Rushden & Diamonds (1st Football Conference title)|
|Direct promotion||Rushden & Diamonds|
|Conference League Cup winners||Chester City|
|FA Trophy winners||Canvey Island (Isthmian League) (1st FA Trophy title)|
|Relegated to Level 6|| Hednesford,|
|Goals scored||1,256 (2.72 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Duane Darby (Rushden & Diamonds), 24|
|Biggest home win||Hednesford – Northwich Victoria 7–1 (2 September 2000)|
|Biggest away win||Kingstonian – Morecambe 1–6 (10 March 2000)|
|Highest scoring|| Leigh RMI – Nuneaton 6–2 (3 March 2001);|
Boston – Hereford 5–3 (5 May 2001);
Stevenage – Telford United 5–3 (30 September 2000);
Forest Green Rovers – Dagenham & Redbridge 4–4 (16 September 2000);
Morecambe – Scarborough 4–4 (16 December 2000);
Woking– Dagenham & Redbridge 4–4 (14 April 2001)
|Longest winning run||?|
|Longest unbeaten run||?|
|Longest losing run||?|
|Highest attendance||Yeovil Town v Rushden & Diamonds, 8,868 (21 April 2001)|
|Average attendance||1,553 (– 4% compared to the previous season)|
The Football Conference season of 2000–01 was the twenty-second season of the Football Conference, also known as the Nationwide Conference for sponsorship reasons.
|Pos||Team||Pld||HW||HD||HL||HGF||HGA||AW||AD||AL||AGF||AGA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Rushden & Diamonds (C, P)||42||14||6||1||41||13||11||5||5||37||23||+42||86||Promoted to the 2001–02 League Division Three|
|3||Dagenham & Redbridge||42||13||4||4||39||19||10||4||7||32||35||+17||77|
|16||Forest Green Rovers||42||6||9||6||28||28||5||6||10||15||26||−11||48|
|20||Kettering Town (R)||42||5||5||11||23||31||6||5||10||23||31||−16||43||Relegated to the Southern League|
|21||Kingstonian (R)||42||3||5||13||19||40||5||5||11||28||33||−26||34||Relegated to the Isthmian League|
|22||Hednesford Town (R)||42||2||6||13||24||38||3||7||11||22||48||−40||28||Relegated to the Southern League|
|Rank||Player||Club||League||FA Cup||FA Trophy||League Cup||Total|
|1||Duane Darby||Rushden & Diamonds||24||0||3||0||27|
|2||Steve Jones||Leigh RMI||19||1||0||1||21|
|3||Warren Patmore||Yeovil Town||18||3||0||1||22|
|=||Justin Jackson||Rushden & Diamonds||18||1||1||0||20|
|5||Darran Hay||Stevenage Borough||15||0||1||0||16|
|6||Rob Elmes||Hereford United||14||0||4||0||18|
|7||Alex Meechan||Forest Green Rovers||13||0||5||0||18|
|=||Ken Charlery||Boston United||13||3||1||0||17|
|=||Marc McGregor||Nuneaton Borough||13||1||0||2||16|
|=||Dave Ridings||Leigh RMI||13||0||0||1||14|
|14||Mark Beesley||Chester City||12||1||1||3||17|
|=||Tony Black||Leigh RMI||12||3||1||1||17|
|=||Darren Collins||Kettering Town||12||2||0||0||14|
|=||Gary Paterson||Doncaster Rovers||12||1||0||0||13|
|=||Joff Vansittart||Dover Athletic||12||0||0||0||12|
|19||Neil Illman||Stevenage Borough||11||0||4||2||17|
|=||Dale Watkins||Kettering Town||11||0||0||0||11|
|=||Jon Brady||Rushden & Diamonds||11||0||0||0||11|
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