2010–11 Football Conference

Last updated

National League (English football)
Season2010–11
2011–12

The 2010–11 Football Conference season was the seventh season with the Conference consisting of three divisions and the thirty-second season overall. The Conference covers the top two levels of Non-League football in England. The Conference Premier is the fifth highest level of the overall pyramid, whilst the Conference North and Conference South exist at the sixth level. The top team and the winner of the play-off of the National division were promoted to Football League Two, while the bottom four were relegated to the North or South divisions. The champions of the North and South divisions were promoted to the National division, alongside the play-off winners from each division. The bottom three in each of the North and South divisions were relegated to the premier divisions of the Northern Premier League, Isthmian League or Southern League.

Contents

For sponsorship reasons, the Conference Premier is referred to as the Blue Square Bet Premier.

Conference Premier

Conference Premier
Season2010–11
Champions Crawley Town
Promoted Crawley Town
AFC Wimbledon
Relegated Altrincham
Eastbourne Borough
Histon
Matches played552
Goals scored1,549 (2.81 per match)
Top goalscorer Matt Tubbs (37) [1]
Biggest home win Crawley Town 7–0 Altrincham
(20 November 2010)
Biggest away win Eastbourne Borough 0–6 Fleetwood Town
(9 April 2011)
Gateshead 1–7 Newport County
(30 April 2011)
Highest scoring Grimsby Town 7–2 Mansfield Town
(1 January 2011)
Wrexham 2–7 Gateshead
(19 February 2011)
Highest attendance18,195
Luton Town 0–0 AFC Wimbledon
(21 May 2011)
Lowest attendance180
Hayes & Yeading United 2–1 Eastbourne Borough
(7 December 2010)
2011–12

A total of 24 teams will contest the division, including 18 sides from last season, two relegated from the Football League Two, two promoted from the Conference North and two promoted from the Conference South.

Promotion and relegation

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Conference North

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Conference South

Teams relegated from 2009–10 League Two

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Crawley Town (C, P)46311237826+52105Promotion to 2011–12 League Two
2 AFC Wimbledon (P)46279108347+3690
3 Luton Town 46231588537+4884
4 Wrexham 46221596649+1781
5 Fleetwood Town 462212126842+2678Club reprieved from relegation
6 Kidderminster Harriers [lower-alpha 1] 46201797460+1472
7 Darlington 461817116142+1971
8 York City 461914135550+571
9 Newport County 461815137860+1869
10 Bath City 461615156468463
11 Grimsby Town 461517147262+1062
12 Mansfield Town 461710197375261
13 Rushden & Diamonds [lower-alpha 2] 461614166562+357Club folded
14 Gateshead 461415176568357
15 Kettering Town [lower-alpha 3] 4615131864751156
16 Hayes & Yeading United 461562557812451
17 Cambridge United 461117185361850
18 Barrow 4612142052671550
19 Tamworth 4612132162832149
20 Forest Green Rovers 4610162053721946
21 Southport [lower-alpha 4] 4611132256772146Club reprieved from relegation
22 Altrincham (R)4611112447874044Relegation to 2011–12 Conference North
23 Eastbourne Borough (R)4610927621044239Relegation to 2011–12 Conference South
24 Histon [lower-alpha 1] (R)46892941904928Relegation to 2011–12 Conference North
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2011. Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. 1 2 Kidderminster Harriers and Histon were docked five points for submitting misleading financial information. [2]
  2. Rushden & Diamonds were docked five points for submitting misleading financial information [3] and subsequently expelled from the Football Conference on 11 June 2011. [4]
  3. Kettering Town were docked two points for fielding an ineligible player. [3]
  4. Southport were reprieved from relegation.

Play-offs

 SemifinalsFinal
           
2AFC Wimbledon268 
5 Fleetwood Town011 
   2AFC Wimbledon (p)0 (4)
  3 Luton Town0 (3)
3Luton Town325
4 Wrexham011 

Semifinals

Fleetwood Town 0–2 AFC Wimbledon
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Mohamed Soccerball shade.svg 48'
Highbury Stadium, Fleetwood
Attendance: 4,112
Referee: Nick Kinseley
AFC Wimbledon 6–1 Fleetwood Town
Mohamed Soccerball shade.svg 1', 35', 63'
Kedwell Soccerball shade.svg 28'
Jolley Soccerball shade.svg 67'
Mulley Soccerball shade.svg 80'
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Kingsmeadow, Kingston upon Thames
Attendance: 4,538
Referee: Andy Madley

AFC Wimbledon won 8–1 on aggregate.

Wrexham 0–3 Luton Town
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Asafu-Adjaye Soccerball shade.svg 35'
Attendance: 7,211
Referee: Stephen Martin
Luton Town 2–1 Wrexham
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Walker Soccerball shade.svg 80'
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Attendance: 9,078
Referee: Carl Berry

Luton Town won 5–1 on aggregate.

Final

AFC Wimbledon 0–0 (a.e.t.) Luton Town
Penalties
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4–3Soccerball shade cross.svg Lawless
Soccerball shad check.svg Pilkington
Soccerball shad check.svg Newton
Soccerball shade cross.svg Walker
Soccerball shad check.svg Howells
Attendance: 18,195
Referee: James Adcock

Stadia and locations

TeamStadiumCapacity
Darlington The Darlington Arena 25,294
Wrexham Racecourse Ground 15,550
Gateshead Gateshead International Stadium 11,800
Luton Town Kenilworth Road 10,226
Mansfield Town Field Mill 10,000
Cambridge United Abbey Stadium 9,617
Grimsby Town Blundell Park 9,546
York City Bootham Crescent 9,196
Bath City Twerton Park 8,800
Hayes & Yeading United Church Road 6,500
Rushden & Diamonds Nene Park 6,441
Kidderminster Harriers Aggborough 6,238
Kettering Town Rockingham Road 6,170
Altrincham Moss Lane 6,085
Southport Haig Avenue 6,008
Fleetwood Town Highbury Stadium 5,500
Forest Green Rovers The New Lawn 5,147
Crawley Town Broadfield Stadium 4,996
AFC Wimbledon Kingsmeadow 4,720
Newport County Newport Stadium 4,700
Barrow Holker Street 4,256
Eastbourne Borough Priory Lane 4,134
Tamworth The Lamb Ground 4,000
Histon Bridge Road 3,800

Results

Home \ Away WIM ALT BRW BAT CAM CRA DAR EAB FLE FGR GAT GRI H&Y HIS KET KID LUT MAN NPC R&D SOU TAM WRE YOR
AFC Wimbledon 4–12–04–03–02–10–23–01–01–11–02–13–12–03–21–20–02–12–21–05–03–00–11–0
Altrincham 0–22–00–32–20–12–23–41–02–11–12–24–20–33–21–20–10–41–32–21–12–00–00–0
Barrow 2–01–00–11–21–11–14–00–23–01–30–22–01–15–02–10–12–22–12–01–10–20–10–0
Bath City 2–22–21–14–00–22–21–11–12–41–02–13–12–11–12–00–02–02–22–12–12–00–22–2
Cambridge United 1–24–03–11–22–20–12–00–11–15–01–11–00–03–01–20–01–50–10–20–03–31–32–1
Crawley Town 3–17–03–22–13–01–03–11–11–02–10–15–25–02–12–01–12–02–34–01–03–13–21–1
Darlington 0–00–13–13–11–01–16–14–03–02–00–10–13–11–11–12–20–01–02–01–01–00–12–1
Eastbourne Borough 2–35–00–22–00–21–21–10–60–00–32–35–02–21–31–12–41–30–00–24–11–44–32–1
Fleetwood Town 1–13–11–02–12–21–21–00–12–00–03–01–11–14–11–10–33–01–11–12–02–11–02–1
Forest Green Rovers 0–01–02–30–01–10–31–13–41–01–13–31–00–10–21–10–12–10–02–20–04–03–02–1
Gateshead 0–22–03–01–12–30–02–23–00–21–10–01–02–00–02–21–01–11–72–21–03–10–10–3
Grimsby Town 2–10–11–12–21–10–00–12–21–21–12–21–22–12–13–32–07–22–01–11–12–22–10–0
Hayes & Yeading United 0–00–12–02–12–00–33–22–11–23–43–10–31–23–20–40–14–01–23–31–02–10–31–2
Histon 0–43–03–11–20–20–20–11–11–00–31–31–60–10–30–10–42–30–00–22–11–21–11–2
Kettering Town 1–23–31–12–12–20–00–03–02–12–11–41–22–14–31–11–30–22–00–13–10–11–11–1
Kidderminster Harriers 2–02–12–01–00–00–01–22–12–11–02–13–23–12–24–13–31–32–31–03–42–21–00–0
Luton Town 3–02–10–03–12–01–24–03–01–36–12–21–01–15–12–21–12–01–13–06–02–01–15–0
Mansfield Town 2–50–11–12–01–01–41–14–02–53–13–20–23–21–01–11–20–03–32–12–20–12–35–0
Newport County 3–32–15–01–21–10–12–13–31–33–12–12–12–12–21–23–01–11–01–32–01–11–14–0
Rushden & Diamonds 1–01–25–05–12–10–12–12–01–12–20–24–11–12–01–22–10–11–00–12–21–12–20–4
Southport 0–11–02–42–31–10–41–11–31–04–05–12–20–03–11–22–22–11–22–12–22–10–14–0
Tamworth 2–51–02–22–21–10–31–14–20–22–11–12–12–30–13–12–23–10–23–21–20–11–11–3
Wrexham 1–22–11–12–01–00–02–12–10–02–12–72–00–24–02–02–21–01–11–01–12–14–21–1
York City 4–13–00–01–10–01–10–01–01–02–12–11–02–01–00–11–21–02–12–12–02–01–21–1
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2011. Source: Football Conference
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Conference North

Conference North
Season2010–11
Champions Alfreton Town
Promoted Alfreton Town
AFC Telford United
Relegated Stafford Rangers
Redditch United
Matches played420
Goals scored1,256 (2.99 per match)
Top goalscorerLiam Hearn (30) [5]
Biggest home win Alfreton Town 6–0 Harrogate Town
(13 November 2010)
Alfreton Town 6–0 Guiseley
(5 April 2011)
Biggest away win Redditch United 0–9 Boston United
(21 August 2010)
Highest scoring Redditch United 0–9 Boston United
(21 August 2010)
Harrogate Town 3–6 Boston United
(28 August 2010)
Solihull Moors 7–2 Corby Town
(12 February 2011)
Solihull Moors 2–7 Hinckley United
(23 April 2011)
Highest attendance2,508
AFC Telford United 1–1 Worcester City
(2 October 2010)
Lowest attendance70
Redditch United 1–3 Droylsden
(15 March 2011)
2011–12

A total of 22 teams contested the division, including 18 sides from last season, one transferred from the Conference South and three promoted from the lower leagues.

Promotion and relegation

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Northern Premier League Premier Division

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Southern League Premier Division

Teams transferred from 2009–10 Conference South

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Alfreton Town (C, P)4029569733+6492Promotion to 2011–12 Conference Premier
2 AFC Telford United (P)40231347129+4282Qualification to Conference North Playoffs
3 Boston United 40231077233+3979
4 Eastwood Town [lower-alpha 1] 40227118250+3273Ineligible for promotion due to ground grading issues
5 Guiseley 40201375641+1573Qualification to Conference North Playoffs
6 Nuneaton Town 40219106644+2272
7 Solihull Moors 401810126649+1764
8 Droylsden 40179146967+260
9 Blyth Spartans 401610146154+758
10 Stalybridge Celtic 40169156455+957
11 Workington 40166185260854
12 Harrogate Town 4013111653661350
13 Corby Town 4013101758802249
14 Gloucester City 401452149631447
15 Hinckley United 40137207676046
16 Worcester City 401210184955646
17 Vauxhall Motors 401291952711945
18 Gainsborough Trinity 401252350742441
19 Hyde 401062444732936
20 Stafford Rangers (R)40882439783932Relegation to 2011–12 Northern Premier League
21 Redditch United [lower-alpha 2] (R)40283030105759Relegation to 2011–12 Southern Football League
22 Ilkeston Town 00000000 [lower-alpha 3] Club expelled, record expunged
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2011. Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. In April 2011, the Football Conference ruled that Eastwood Town are ineligible for promotion or participation in the play-offs due to ground grading issues. [6] The club appealed but this was dismissed. [7]
  2. Redditch United were docked 5 points for submitting misleading financial information. [8]
  3. Ilkeston Town received a compulsory winding-up order on 8 September 2010, [9] and the club was expelled from the league on 15 September. On 16 September, their record (PL7 W1 D3 L3 GF7 GA13 Pts7) was expunged.

Play-offs

 SemifinalsFinal
           
2AFC Telford United123 
6 Nuneaton Town112 
   2AFC Telford United3
  5 Guiseley2
3 Boston United033 (2)
5Guiseley (p)123 (3) 

Semifinals

Nuneaton Town 1–1 AFC Telford United
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Liberty Way, Nuneaton
Attendance: 2,089
Referee: Anthony R. Tankard
AFC Telford United 2–1 Nuneaton Town
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Newton Soccerball shade.svg 45' (pen.)
Spencer Soccerball shade.svg 56'
New Bucks Head, Telford

AFC Telford United won 3–2 on aggregate.

Guiseley 1–0 Boston United
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Nethermoor Park, Guiseley
Attendance: 1,002
Referee: Andy Newell
Boston United 3–2
(a.e.t.)
Guiseley
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Church Soccerball shade.svg 79'
Davidson Soccerball shade.svg 113'
Rothery Soccerball shade.svg 60'
Stamp Soccerball shade.svg 108'
Penalties
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2–3Soccerball shad check.svg Walshaw
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Soccerball shade cross.svg Toulson
Soccerball shad check.svg Peyton
York Street, Boston
Attendance: 2,640
Referee: Matthew Walsh

Guiseley 3–3 Boston United on aggregate. Guiseley won 3–2 on penalties.

Final

AFC Telford United 3–2 Guiseley
Newton Soccerball shade.svg 10' (pen.)
Murray Soccerball shade.svg 79'
Trainer Soccerball shade.svg 90+3'
Walshaw Soccerball shade.svg 45' (pen.)
Stamp Soccerball shade.svg 47'
New Bucks Head, Telford
Attendance: 5,436
Referee: Darren England

Stadia and locations

TeamStadiumCapacity
Gloucester City Whaddon Road (Groundshare)7,066
Boston United York Street 6,643
Stalybridge Celtic Bower Fold 6,500
AFC Telford United New Bucks Head 6,300
Eastwood Town Coronation Park 5,000
Redditch United The Valley 5,000
Worcester City St George's Lane 4,749
Blyth Spartans Croft Park 4,450
Nuneaton Town Liberty Way 4,350
Hinckley United De Montfort Park 4,329
Gainsborough Trinity The Northolme 4,304
Hyde Ewen Fields 4,250
Stafford Rangers Marston Road 4,150
Alfreton Town North Street 3,600
Ilkeston Town New Manor Ground 3,500
Harrogate Town Wetherby Road 3,300
Workington Borough Park 3,101
Solihull Moors Damson Park 3,050
Corby Town Rockingham Triangle 3,000
Droylsden Butcher's Arms Ground 3,000
Guiseley Nethermoor Park 3,000
Vauxhall Motors Rivacre Park 2,500

Results

Home \ Away TEL ALF BLY BOS COR DRO EAS GAI GLO GUI HAR HIN HYD ILK NUN RED SOL STA STL VAU WRC WRK
AFC Telford United 2–11–10–15–01–12–22–12–01–03–02–25–04–13–12–40–01–04–11–11–0
Alfreton Town 0–02–10–16–04–02–22–14–06–06–01–00–03–24–02–02–05–32–02–12–0
Blyth Spartans 3–01–40–01–12–40–01–30–20–01–04–03–01–02–00–13–21–22–23–02–1
Boston United 0–13–25–01–02–01–01–31–01–12–23–02–21–21–01–11–01–02–01–04–0
Corby Town 0–00–13–40–01–01–63–10–22–22–12–01–22–33–20–21–32–23–11–11–0
Droylsden 2–42–10–34–01–14–21–32–40–35–13–23–11–03–00–52–02–21–32–13–0
Eastwood Town 3–04–20–22–22–12–02–01–20–12–06–21–02–12–12–13–01–13–12–40–2
Gainsborough Trinity 0–50–30–20–33–10–31–32–01–31–30–12–11–23–01–12–21–31–10–21–1
Gloucester City 2–22–11–20–10–21–11–30–21–23–22–11–00–35–02–41–20–21–01–12–0
Guiseley 0–31–20–00–04–02–12–22–01–11–03–21–01–23–11–01–13–11–20–12–2
Harrogate Town 0–01–12–23–60–13–32–13–13–00–02–21–31–23–02–03–22–00–01–02–0
Hinckley United 1–11–35–10–13–31–12–33–13–01–24–02–00–34–02–24–05–22–33–11–2
Hyde 0–31–50–20–32–11–11–21–11–30–11–03–01–11–41–21–00–21–20–22–3
Ilkeston Town
Nuneaton Town 0–01–33–21–12–31–12–11–20–00–13–02–01–21–12–11–02–13–02–12–1
Redditch United 1–11–52–10–92–21–30–61–40–12–30–12–30–10–50–00–11–32–20–01–1
Solihull Moors 0–10–12–01–07–22–22–00–22–10–12–22–73–21–13–01–13–11–02–02–0
Stafford Rangers 0–20–12–10–43–51–50–23–10–22–21–11–30–51–22–11–01–31–01–10–2
Stalybridge Celtic 0–11–20–03–11–14–02–12–04–30–00–11–11–20–22–01–13–21–30–02–1
Vauxhall Motors 0–10–22–60–03–20–11–21–02–12–21–12–03–21–12–13–32–10–32–31–2
Worcester City 0–31–21–02–00–20–11–11–22–01–22–33–24–22–21–10–12–21–04–11–2
Workington 0–10–01–13–51–22–00–34–22–10–12–13–11–10–15–12–12–00–52–12–0
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2011. Source: Football Conference
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Conference South

Conference South
Season2010–11
Champions Braintree Town
Promoted Braintree Town
Ebbsfleet United
Relegated Lewes
St Albans City
Matches played462
Goals scored1,296 (2.81 per match)
Top goalscorer Adam Birchall (34) [10]
Biggest home win Weston-super-Mare 7–0 Bromley
(11 December 2010)
Biggest away win Thurrock 2–7 Dover Athletic
(3 January 2011)
Staines Town 0–5 Eastleigh
(2 April 2011)
Highest scoring Dover Athletic 6–3 Farnborough
(18 September 2010)
Boreham Wood 6–3 Weston-super-Mare
(7 December 2010)
Thurrock 2–7 Dover Athletic
(3 January 2011)
Highest attendance2,781
Dartford 1–1 Ebbsfleet United
(28 August 2010)
Lowest attendance105
Boreham Wood 6–3 Weston-super-Mare
(7 December 2010)
2011–12

A total of 22 teams contested the division, including 18 previously competing sides, one relegated from the Conference Premier and three promoted from the lower leagues.

Promotion and relegation

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Isthmian League Premier Division

Teams promoted from 2009–10 Southern League Premier Division

Teams relegated from 2009–10 Conference Premier

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Braintree Town (C, P)4227877833+4589Promotion to 2011–12 Conference Premier
2 Farnborough 42257108347+3682Qualification to Conference South Playoffs
3 Ebbsfleet United (P)42221287551+2478
4 Chelmsford City 42238118250+3277
5 Woking 422210106242+2076
6 Welling United [lower-alpha 1] 42248108147+3475
7 Dover Athletic 42228128051+2974
8 Eastleigh 42226147453+2172
9 Havant & Waterlooville 421610165651+558
10 Dartford 421512156059+157
11 Bromley 4215121549611257
12 Weston-super-Mare 421581956671153
13 Basingstoke Town 4213101950631349
14 Boreham Wood 4212111956671147
15 Staines Town 4211141748631547
16 Bishop's Stortford 421362348793145Transferred to Conference North
17 Dorchester Town 4210141849591044
18 Hampton & Richmond 429151843611842
19 Maidenhead United 4210102243702740
20 Thurrock [lower-alpha 2] 428132150772737Club reprieved from relegation
21 Lewes (R)42992434703636Relegation to 2011–12 Isthmian League
22 St Albans City [lower-alpha 3] (R)427132239753624Relegation to 2011–12 Southern Football League
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2011. Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Welling United deducted 5 points for financial irregularities. [11]
  2. Thurrock reprieved after Rushden & Diamonds were expelled from the Football Conference on 11 June 2011. [4]
  3. St Albans deducted 10 points for financial irregularities. [12]

Play-offs

 SemifinalsFinal
           
2Farnborough112 
5 Woking011 
   2 Farnborough2
  3Ebbsfleet United4
3Ebbsfleet United426
4 Chelmsford City112 

Semifinals

Woking 0–1 Farnborough
Holloway Soccerball shade.svg 70'
Attendance: 2,726
Farnborough 1–1
(a.e.t.)
Woking
McDonald Soccerball shade.svg 111' Hammond Soccerball shade.svg 44'
Rushmoor Stadium, Farnborough
Attendance: 2,137

Farnborough won 2–1 on aggregate.

Chelmsford City 1–4 Ebbsfleet United
Modeste Soccerball shade.svg 45'West Soccerball shade.svg 21', 25'
Shakes Soccerball shade.svg 78', 88'
Melbourne Stadium, Chelmsford
Attendance: 1,701
Referee: Colin Lymer
Ebbsfleet United 2–1 Chelmsford City
West Soccerball shade.svg 27', 34' Gray Soccerball shade.svg 63'
Stonebridge Road, Northfleet
Attendance: 1,538

Ebbsfleet United won 6–2 on aggregate.

Final

Farnborough 2–4 Ebbsfleet United
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Booth Soccerball shade.svg 89'
report West Soccerball shade.svg 28', 73'
Shakes Soccerball shade.svg 52'
Willock Soccerball shade.svg 90+5'
Rushmoor Stadium, Farnborough
Attendance: 4,267
Referee: Lee Swabey

Stadia and locations

TeamStadiumCapacity
Dover Athletic Crabble Stadium 6,500
Woking Kingfield Stadium 6,036
Basingstoke Town The Camrose 6,000
Havant & Waterlooville West Leigh Park 5,250
Ebbsfleet United Stonebridge Road 5,011
Dorchester Town Avenue Stadium 5,009
Bromley Hayes Lane 5,000
Boreham Wood Meadow Park 4,502
St Albans City Clarence Park 4,500
Welling United Park View Road 4,500
Braintree Town Cressing Road 4,145
Dartford Princes Park 4,100
Bishop's Stortford Woodside Park 4,000
Farnborough Cherrywood Road 4,000
Thurrock Ship Lane 3,500
Weston-super-Mare Woodspring Stadium 3,500
Chelmsford City Melbourne Stadium 3,000
Eastleigh Silverlake Stadium 3,000
Hampton & Richmond Beveree Stadium 3,000
Lewes The Dripping Pan 3,000
Maidenhead United York Road 3,000
Staines Town Wheatsheaf Park 3,000

Results

Home \ Away BAS BST BOR BRA BRO CHE DAR DOR DOV EAS EBB FAR H&R H&W LEW MDH SAC STA THU WEL WSM WOK
Basingstoke Town 0–11–00–24–12–32–21–03–21–21–21–04–00–21–13–40–24–12–21–32–21–0
Bishop's Stortford 0–22–01–20–12–20–12–11–40–10–31–40–21–51–00–04–02–11–00–41–10–4
Boreham Wood 1–01–20–22–42–03–10–02–32–10–12–42–21–03–04–20–32–22–20–16–30–0
Braintree Town 5–23–13–20–23–01–11–11–21–04–13–03–12–01–03–11–10–01–03–14–02–0
Bromley 0–14–31–10–30–34–12–10–20–21–10–01–21–01–10–21–10–11–02–13–22–2
Chelmsford City 4–04–13–10–02–02–02–02–23–02–30–13–11–24–02–01–13–16–10–21–03–0
Dartford 1–03–01–41–02–21–20–44–00–01–14–10–42–23–03–02–21–10–11–14–13–2
Dorchester Town 0–10–03–11–00–01–10–20–00–41–22–12–20–00–01–21–33–33–13–31–01–2
Dover Athletic 3–02–01–01–21–12–30–22–10–11–36–31–00–14–02–24–11–11–02–20–12–2
Eastleigh 0–11–23–00–21–02–13–03–00–20–30–33–04–22–13–04–21–43–11–41–14–1
Ebbsfleet United 3–10–02–20–01–21–32–13–20–22–20–31–02–11–01–24–01–12–24–03–11–1
Farnborough 1–13–20–12–12–23–12–10–04–11–21–22–02–01–02–21–00–03–22–22–01–2
Hampton & Richmond 2–20–30–00–11–23–01–02–23–22–22–40–40–11–21–10–00–00–00–10–11–2
Havant & Waterlooville 2–04–12–11–22–01–21–03–10–02–22–30–31–21–22–10–11–14–11–30–01–1
Lewes 0–01–22–22–10–00–11–10–20–31–40–31–51–22–11–03–10–12–11–31–10–4
Maidenhead United 1–12–21–10–30–21–22–31–10–11–01–10–30–00–10–22–12–31–30–31–00–1
St Albans City 0–01–40–10–01–10–21–21–41–50–11–20–21–11–10–01–02–00–21–03–40–1
Staines Town 1–13–00–04–40–22–12–01–21–00–50–21–21–20–11–01–22–21–11–22–11–0
Thurrock 0–31–31–30–31–21–11–11–12–72–10–02–42–21–13–11–22–22–12–13–00–1
Welling United 4–03–13–11–33–13–22–11–20–14–21–11–00–00–22–12–16–04–01–11–02–0
Weston-super-Mare 1–03–12–02–17–02–20–11–01–40–23–20–20–01–10–33–12–12–12–12–00–1
Woking 2–02–03–00–11–02–22–22–10–11–13–01–12–13–12–10–22–02–01–00–04–3
Updated to match(es) played on 30 April 2011. Source: Football Conference
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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