2013–14 Northern Football League

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The 2013–14 Northern Football League season was the 116th in the history of Northern Football League, a football competition in England.

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Division One

Northern Football League
Division One
Season2013–14
Champions Spennymoor Town
Promoted Spennymoor Town
Relegated Team Northumbria
Hebburn Town
Billingham Town
Matches played506
Goals scored1,872 (3.7 per match)
Top goalscorer Danny Johnson (45) [1]
2014–15

Division One featured 21 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two new clubs, promoted from Division Two:

From this league, three teams - Bishop Auckland, Celtic Nation and Spennymoor Town - applied for promotion. [2]

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Spennymoor Town 443010411738+79100Promoted to the Northern Premier League
2 Celtic Nation 442811510741+6695
3 Shildon 442710710945+6491
4 Guisborough Town 442671110061+3985
5 West Auckland Town 44231568658+2884
6 Ashington 44245159460+3477
7 Dunston UTS 442013118455+2973
8 Bishop Auckland 441814128254+2868
9 Durham City 441814128559+2668
10 Whitley Bay 44214199273+1967
11 Consett 441991611083+2766
12 Billingham Synthonia 44205198683+365
13 Penrith 441710179088+261
14 Newcastle Benfield 441414168559+2656
15 Crook Town 4416820901112156
16 Marske United 4414102064882452
17 Morpeth Town 441310217378549
18 Newton Aycliffe 4414723801062649
19 Sunderland RCA 441282457933644
20 Bedlington Terriers 4411102352994743
21 Team Northumbria 4410727601094937Relegated to Division Two
22 Hebburn Town 444733431248119
23 Billingham Town 442240262071818
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Results

Home \ Away ASH BED BLS BLT BIS CEL CON CRO DUN DUR GUI HEB MAR MOR NCB NTA PEN SHI SPE RCA TNO WAT WHI
Ashington 0–13–13–11–24–01–17–34–01–10–43–10–20–03–04–02–10–22–34–04–15–12–1
Bedlington Terriers 0–30–13–10–31–40–13–41–23–20–32–11–11–00–72–30–00–21–22–41–00–20–3
Billingham Synthonia 2–14–04–00–31–52–06–11–31–11–35–13–32–12–13–25–01–51–31–13–00–26–2
Billingham Town 1–80–50–32–61–20–41–41–20–31–32–12–31–00–91–64–50–80–72–40–20–20–5
Bishop Auckland 0–23–14–06–01–03–28–12–00–01–21–10–02–10–00–24–22–31–11–23–04–01–2
Celtic Nation 2–00–01–111–01–14–44–01–00–03–12–05–03–01–03–03–04–33–31–12–11–23–0
Consett 3–210–24–38–03–01–24–30–00–11–53–07–17–11–21–12–20–22–13–44–12–52–2
Crook Town 2–12–21–06–13–11–42–24–31–23–23–11–42–03–03–31–24–20–43–12–24–53–0
Dunston UTS 1–12–20–06–01–21–11–13–22–02–02–02–05–02–24–05–21–10–21–14–11–10–5
Durham City 2–36–10–25–00–20–13–41–01–12–19–34–11–11–14–13–22–31–33–02–01–11–0
Guisborough Town 1–13–02–15–12–22–32–54–21–21–13–01–02–22–13–14–30–03–02–12–03–43–1
Hebburn Town 1–21–20–20–01–10–60–42–20–53–51–11–01–41–35–20–20–01–30–12–30–22–6
Marske United 0–11–12–20–01–10–43–13–23–10–00–42–13–12–25–11–31–20–13–25–12–23–2
Morpeth Town 0–31–15–29–00–00–13–53–10–22–10–14–01–21–12–11–60–41–45–07–23–12–0
Newcastle Benfield 2–03–05–15–02–23–11–26–10–01–11–20–14–02–14–22–20–32–22–24–00–03–2
Newton Aycliffe 3–41–24–03–00–00–21–13–30–31–54–33–13–21–14–23–31–10–12–11–24–13–1
Penrith 3–02–21–35–14–22–22–01–00–03–11–24–32–23–42–02–40–32–25–12–24–12–3
Shildon 2–33–06–27–04–01–14–20–21–02–32–36–02–11–11–03–01–01–14–02–00–01–1
Spennymoor Town 4–05–13–110–01–13–01–05–02–02–21–01–04–11–11–05–04–04–23–04–11–13–1
Sunderland RCA 1–21–32–43–10–40–34–11–20–10–00–35–32–00–02–00–40–11–21–13–00–22–1
Team Northumbria 1–31–12–15–01–10–22–52–13–50–22–21–10–23–12–14–11–22–40–43–10–33–4
West Auckland Town 2–21–12–16–01–02–22–01–15–31–13–21–23–13–21–13–02–01–13–10–02–21–1
Whitley Bay 1–00–30–15–14–10–32–01–11–54–11–26–05–02–02–13–12–01–21–05–23–10–2
Source: League Official
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Stadia

Club
StadiumCapacity
Ashington Woodhorn Lane2,000
Bedlington Terriers Dr Pitt Welfare Park2,000
Billingham Synthonia The Glamal Engineering Stadium4,200
Billingham Town Th Ron Grieg Stadium1,500
Bishop Auckland Heritage Park2,004
Celtic Nation Gillford Park Stadium4,000
Consett Delves Lane3,000 [3]
Crook Town Sir Tom Cowie Millfield1,500
Dunston UTS UTS Stadium4,000
Durham City The Arnott Stadium3,000
Guisborough Town King George V Ground3,500
Hebburn Town Hebburn Sports & Social Ground1,500
Marske United GER Stadium2,500 (169 Seated)
Morpeth Town Craik Park1,000 (100 Seated)
Newcastle Benfield Sam Smith's Park2,000
Newton Aycliffe Moore Lane Park1,000
Penrith The World Group Stadium1,500
Shildon Dean Street4,700
Spennymoor Town Brewery Field4,000
Sunderland RCA Meadow Park1,000
Team Northumbria Coach Lane Sports Ground1,000
West Auckland Town Darlington Road6,728 (700 Seated)
Whitley Bay Hillheads Park4,500

Division Two

Northern Football League
Division Two
Season2013–14
Champions North Shields
Promoted North Shields
West Allotment Celtic
Jarrow Roofing BCA
Matches played462
Goals scored1,747 (3.78 per match)
2014–15

Division Two featured 18 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with four new clubs:

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 North Shields 42317414133+108100Promoted to Division One
2 West Allotment Celtic 4227969658+3890
3 Jarrow Roofing BCA 42268811863+5586
4 Seaham Red Star 4227789945+5485 [lower-alpha 1]
5 Heaton Stannington 42256118859+2981
6 Norton & Stockton Ancients 42209138366+1769
7 Northallerton Town 42199148467+1766
8 Whickham 42197168663+2364
9 Washington 42195189298662
10 Tow Law Town 42178179182+959
11 Chester-le-Street Town 421513146672658
12 Darlington Railway Athletic 421511168176+556
13 Birtley Town 421681862741256
14 Thornaby 42166208584+154
15 Willington 421482064862250
16 Whitehaven 421472169942549Resigned to the Wearside League
17 South Shields 4211151662882648
18 Alnwick Town 421092363963339
19 Brandon United 429726611014034
20 Stokesley Sports Club 42892561983733
21 Ryton & Crawcrook Albion 427728451066128
22 Esh Winning 428331501388827
Source: fchd
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. Seaham Red Star were deducted three points deducted

Results

Home \ Away ALN BIR BRA CLS DRA ESH HST JRO NSH NOR NSA RYC SRS SSH SSC THO TOW WAS WAC WHC WHA WIL
Alnwick Town 0–05–11–11–04–20–23–42–61–01–13–02–61–11–11–32–31–40–40–10–22–2
Birtley Town 5–22–13–11–14–01–31–41–21–30–12–04–02–22–14–02–22–10–06–21–12–4
Brandon United 1–49–00–12–41–11–10–40–50–11–53–10–21–11–13–50–37–01–21–11–53–0
Chester-le-Street Town 3–13–00–02–12–02–10–22–14–21–11–11–62–20–03–00–30–50–02–11–13–0
Darlington Railway Athletic 2–11–22–32–010–22–03–32–11–20–02–22–13–34–12–34–32–30–40–36–02–2
Esh Winning 2–23–11–21–41–52–50–30–61–53–23–11–21–23–10–32–41–51–33–64–10–2
Heaton Stannington 4–23–05–11–31–31–04–30–02–11–11–11–22–00–12–11–06–13–22–14–22–1
Jarrow Roofing BCA 3–01–12–05–11–010–01–01–24–23–14–03–14–21–12–12–43–30–24–32–11–3
North Shields 3–00–06–03–05–15–03–11–02–23–26–10–14–35–02–01–18–03–05–110–04–1
Northallerton Town 1–43–24–02–41–16–01–21–11–32–12–13–04–02–23–24–22–01–31–14–23–3
Norton & Stockton Ancients 4–12–01–03–23–07–01–12–31–22–15–00–52–23–21–02–10–23–30–33–22–1
Ryton & Crawcrook Albion 1–20–14–12–20–12–00–41–41–40–32–10–11–21–40–22–01–72–41–12–13–4
Seaham Red Star 5–04–21–23–11–11–01–21–13–01–12–13–05–02–05–23–04–12–21–21–03–0
South Shields 0–32–11–14–33–32–30–21–51–32–23–22–41–12–11–14–31–22–21–12–10–0
Stokesley Sports Club 2–10–13–02–31–21–22–43–63–32–10–12–20–11–33–11–23–12–20–32–23–5
Thornaby 2–22–03–11–13–03–04–51–11–41–22–20–14–01–24–26–32–43–13–15–03–1
Tow Law Town 3–12–31–31–15–02–04–51–30–03–13–51–12–31–15–04–23–03–42–21–32–1
Washington 1–22–24–33–10–34–33–14–20–93–01–44–01–11–15–14–22–32–30–53–10–0
West Allotment Celtic 5–32–12–12–22–11–10–13–50–03–05–02–12–13–23–22–13–21–03–12–03–0
Whickham 3–00–14–11–12–04–02–03–30–10–20–14–12–30–14–14–02–01–02–31–22–5
Whitehaven 4–21–21–32–11–11–04–32–10–40–03–52–11–14–04–11–12–33–23–12–30–1
Willington 1–12–02–12–11–12–31–20–30–60–21–15–00–72–01–24–11–20–40–20–33–1
Updated to match(es) played on 3 May 2014. Source: League Official
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Stadiums

Club
StadiumCapacity
Alnwick Town St James' Park2,500
Birtley Town The Birtley Sports Complex300+ (80 Seated)
Brandon United The Welfare Ground1,000
Chester-le-Street Town Moor Park224
Darlington Railway Athletic Brinkburn Road2,000
Esh Winning West Terrace3,500
Heaton Stannington Grounsell Park2,000
Jarrow Roofing Boldon Community Association Boldon C.A.Sports Ground2,000
North Shields Daren Persson Stadium @ Ralph Gardner Park1,000
Northallerton Town Regency Stadium3,000
Norton & Stockton Ancients Norton Sports Complex1,500
Ryton & Crawcrook Albion Kingsley Park Stadium1,500
Seaham Red Star Seaham Town Park500
South Shields Eden Lane, Peterlee 6,000 [4]
Stokesley Sports Club Stokesley Sports Club2,000
Thornaby Teesdale Park5,000
Tow Law Town Ironworks Road3,000
Washington Nissan Sports Ground1,000
West Allotment Celtic Whitley Park1,000
Whickham The Glebe Sports Ground4,000
Whitehaven The Focus Scaffolding Sports Complex8,000
Willington Hall Lane1,000

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