2018–19 National League

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National League
Season2018–19
2019–20

The 2018–19 National League season, known as the Vanarama National League for sponsorship reasons, was the fourth season under English football's new title of National League, fifteenth season consisting of three divisions and the fortieth season overall. [1]

Contents

National League

National League
Season 2018–19
Champions Leyton Orient
PromotedLeyton Orient
Salford City
Relegated Braintree Town
Maidstone United
Gateshead
Havant & Waterlooville
2019–20

The National League consists of 24 clubs.

Promotion and relegation

The following clubs changed divisions after the 2017–18 season:

Despite a 2–1 defeat to Boston United on 21 April 2018, Salford City became 2017–18 National League North champions after Harrogate Town lost 3–1 to Bradford Park Avenue. Havant & Waterlooville were crowned 2017–18 National League South champions on 28 April 2018 after a 3–2 victory over Concord Rangers. On 13 May 2018, Harrogate Town were promoted after a 3–0 win against Brackley Town in the 2017–18 National League North playoff final. All three teams will play in the National League for the first time in their History. On the same day as Harrogate's promotion, Braintree Town were also promoted after beating Hampton & Richmond 4–3 on penalties after a 1–1 draw in the 2017–18 National League South playoff final, securing an instant return to the National League.

On 24 April 2018, after 97 years as an EFL club, Chesterfield were relegated to the National League following Morecambe's 0–0 draw against Cambridge United. On 5 May 2018, despite a 3–0 victory against Chesterfield, Barnet became the second club to be relegated from League Two following Morecambe's 0–0 draw against Coventry City, ending their three-year stay in the EFL.

These teams will replace Macclesfield Town, Tranmere Rovers, Chester, Guiseley, Torquay United and Woking. Macclesfield Town were crowned 2017–18 National League champions and promoted to League Two on 21 April 2018 after a 2–0 victory over Eastleigh, ending their six-year absence from the EFL. Tranmere Rovers were promoted to League Two on 12 May 2018 after a 2–1 victory over Boreham Wood in the playoff final and returned to the EFL after a three-year absence. Boreham Wood and Sutton United were invited to compete in the 2018–19 Scottish Challenge Cup in a new expansion of that competition as the highest-finishing remaining teams in the division. [2]

Chester were the first team to be relegated from National League on 8 April 2018 after a 2–0 loss to Tranmere Rovers. Despite staying up on the final day for the past two seasons, it was not to be third time lucky for Guiseley who joined them on 17 April 2018 after a 1–0 loss to relegation rivals Barrow. Torquay United became the third team to be relegated from the National league on 21 April 2018 after a 1–1 draw with Hartlepool United, confirming the club's first ever relegation to the Sixth Tier. The fourth and final team to suffer relegation was Woking, who were relegated on 28 April 2018 following a 2–1 defeat to Dover Athletic, ending their five-year stay in the National League.

Team changes

Stadiums and locations

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Locations of the 2018–19 National League clubs (Greater London)
TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
AFC Fylde Wesham Mill Farm Sports Village 6,000
Aldershot Town Aldershot Recreation Ground 7,200
Barnet London (Edgware) The Hive Stadium 6,418
Barrow Barrow-in-Furness Holker Street 5,045
Boreham Wood Borehamwood Meadow Park 4,502
Braintree Town Braintree Cressing Road 4,085
Bromley London (Bromley) Hayes Lane 5,300
Chesterfield Chesterfield Proact Stadium 10,504
Dagenham & Redbridge London (Dagenham) Victoria Road 6,078
Dover Athletic Dover Crabble Athletic Ground 5,745
Eastleigh Eastleigh Ten Acres 5,250
Ebbsfleet United Northfleet Stonebridge Road 4,500
FC Halifax Town Halifax The Shay 14,061
Gateshead Gateshead Gateshead International Stadium 11,800
Harrogate Town Harrogate Wetherby Road 3,800
Hartlepool United Hartlepool Victoria Park 7,856
Havant & Waterlooville Havant West Leigh Park5,300
Leyton Orient London (Leyton) Brisbane Road 9,271
Maidenhead United Maidenhead York Road 3,377
Maidstone United Maidstone Gallagher Stadium 4,200
Salford City Salford Moor Lane 5,108
Solihull Moors Solihull Damson Park 4,313
Sutton United London (Sutton) Gander Green Lane 5,013
Wrexham Wrexham Racecourse Ground 10,771

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManager1CaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
AFC Fylde Dave Challinor Lewis Montrose Kappa VetPlus
Aldershot Town Gary Waddock Karleigh Osborne Adidas Bridges Estate Agents
Barnet Darren Currie Callum Reynolds Jako Canon
Barrow Ian Evatt Josh Granite BLK JF Hornby & Co.
Boreham Wood Luke Garrard Mark Ricketts Erreà Barnet and Southgate College
Braintree Town Danny SearleBen Killip Hummel Andreas carter sports
Bromley Neil Smith Jack Holland Macron Southwark Metals
Chesterfield John Sheridan Jonathan Smith Puma G.F. Tomlinson
Dagenham & Redbridge Peter Taylor [3] Ben Nunn SondicoWest & Co
Dover Athletic Andy Hessenthaler Mitch Brundle BLK Gomez
Eastleigh Ben Strevens Danny Hollands Macron [4] Utilita
Ebbsfleet United Garry Hill Dave Winfield Macron Mitsubishi Electric
FC Halifax Town Jamie Fullarton Matty Brown Adidas [5] Northern Powerhouse Developments (Home)
Pennine Pneumatic Services Ltd (Away)
Architectural Cladding Products Limited (Third)
Gateshead Ben Clarke Robbie TinklerSondicoSevcon [6]
Harrogate Town Simon Weaver Josh Falkingham Kappa Strata
Hartlepool United Craig Hignett Andrew Davies BLK Utility Alliance Limited
Havant & Waterlooville Lee Bradbury Brian Stock Joma Bishops Printers
Leyton Orient Justin Edinburgh Jobi McAnuff Nike The Sun Dream Team
Maidenhead United Alan Devonshire Alan Massey BLK [7] Utility Alliance Limited
Maidstone United John Still Will de Havilland Macron Britelite
Salford City Graham Alexander Liam Hogan Umbro [8] Soccer Saturday Super 6
Solihull Moors Tim Flowers Kyle Storer Surridge John Shepherd Estate Agents
Sutton United Paul Doswell Jamie Collins Joma Angel Plastics
Wrexham Bryan Hughes Shaun Pearson Macron Ifor Williams Trailers

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Chesterfield Jack Lester Dismissed24 April 2018Pre-season Martin Allen 15 May 2018
Wrexham Andy DaviesEnd of Interim Contract2 May 2018 Sam Ricketts 2 May 2018
Salford City Anthony Johnson

Bernard Morley

Resigned8 May 2018 Graham Alexander 14 May 2018
Barnet Martin Allen 10 May 2018 John Still 18 May 2018
Dagenham & Redbridge John Still 17 May 2018 Peter Taylor [3] 5 June 2018
Barrow Adrian Pennock Dismissed18 May 2018 Ian Evatt 15 June 2018
Solihull Moors Mark Yates Signed by Macclesfield Town 19 June 2018 Tim Flowers 20 June 2018
Maidstone United Jay SaundersMutual consent28 August 201819thHarry Wheeler11 September 2018
Dover Athletic Chris KinnearDismissed5 October 201824th Andy Hessenthaler 8 October 2018
Braintree Town Brad QuintonMutual agreement7 October 2018Andy Porter7 October 2018
Eastleigh Andy Hessenthaler Signed by Dover Athletic 8 October 201810th Ben Strevens 8 October 2018
Braintree Town Andy PorterResigned10 October 201824th Hakan Hayrettin 10 October 2018
Ebbsfleet United Daryl McMahon Dismissed7 November 201810th Garry Hill 8 November 2018
Hartlepool United Matthew Bates 28 November 201812th Richard Money 11 December 2018
Wrexham Sam Ricketts Signed by Shrewsbury Town 3 December 20184th Graham Barrow 3 December 2018
Chesterfield Martin Allen Dismissed27 December 201822nd John Sheridan 9 January 2019
Barnet John Still Retired29 December 201813th Darren Currie 29 December 2018
Gateshead Steve Watson Appointed as manager of York City 10 January 20198th Ben Clark 10 January 2019
Maidstone United Harry WheelerResigned13 January 201923rd John Still 24 January 2019
Hartlepool United Richard Money Resigned23 January 201915th Craig Hignett 23 January 2019
Braintree Town Hakan Hayrettin Appointed as assistant manager of Maidstone United 23 January 201924thDanny Searle23 January 2019
Wrexham Graham Barrow Resigned2 February 20193rd Bryan Hughes 6 February 2019

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Leyton Orient (C, P)46251477335+3889Promoted to League Two
2 Solihull Moors 462511107343+3086Qualified for the National League play-off semi-finals
3 Salford City (O, P)462510117745+3285
4 Wrexham 46259125839+1984Qualified for the National League play-off quarter-finals
5 AFC Fylde 46221597241+3181
6 Harrogate Town 462111147857+2174
7 Eastleigh 46228166263174
8 Ebbsfleet United 461813156450+1467
9 Sutton United 461714155560565
10 Barrow 461713165251+164
11 Bromley 461612186869160
12 Barnet 461612184550560
13 Dover Athletic 461612185864660
14 Chesterfield 461417155553+259
15 FC Halifax Town 461320134443+159
16 Hartlepool United 461514175662659
17 Gateshead 46199185248+457 [lower-alpha 1] Relegated to National League North
18 Dagenham & Redbridge 461511205056656
19 Maidenhead United 461662445702554
20 Boreham Wood 4612161853651252
21 Aldershot Town 4611112438672944 [lower-alpha 2]
22 Havant & Waterlooville (R)469132462842240Relegated to National League South
23 Braintree Town (R)461182748783038 [lower-alpha 3]
24 Maidstone United (R)46973037824534
Source: National League official site
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; 4) Number of matches won; 5) Head-to-head results [12]
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Gateshead were deducted 9 points for breach of financial regulations. [9]
  2. Gateshead were demoted to the National League North on 8 June 2019 because of financial irregularities. As a result, Aldershot Town were given a reprieve from relegation. [10]
  3. Braintree Town were deducted 3 points for fielding an ineligible player in a game against AFC Fylde. [11]

Play-offs

 Quarter-finals  Semi-finals  Final
              
   2 Solihull Moors 0 
 5 AFC Fylde 3  5 AFC Fylde 1  
 6 Harrogate Town 1    3 Salford City 3
   5 AFC Fylde 0
   3 Salford City 1 (4)  
 4 Wrexham 0  7 Eastleigh 1 (3) 
 7 Eastleigh (a.e.t.) 1 

Quarter-finals

1 May 2019 (2019-05-01) AFC Fylde 3–1 Harrogate Town Medlar-with-Wesham
Stadium: Mill Farm
2 May 2019 (2019-05-02) Wrexham 0–1 (a.e.t.) Eastleigh Wrexham
Stadium: Racecourse Ground

Semi-finals

4 May 2019 (2019-05-04) Solihull Moors 0–1 AFC Fylde Solihull
Philliskirk Soccerball shade.svg 2'Stadium: Damson Park
Attendance: 3,681
5 May 2019 (2019-05-05) Salford City 1–1
(4–3 p)
Eastleigh Salford
Stadium: Moor Lane
Referee: Leigh Doughty (Lancashire)

Final

AFC Fylde 0–3 Salford City
Report
Wembley Stadium , London
Attendance: 8,049
Referee: James Oldham

Results table

Home \ Away FYL ALD BRN BRW BOR BRA BRO CHE DAG DOV EAS EBB HAL GAT HAR HAT HAV LEY MDH MDS SAL SOL SUT WRE
AFC Fylde 3–01–00–02–13–02–10–11–14–04–22–00–21–00–04–26–21–32–12–00–23–12–22–0
Aldershot Town 0–00–00–21–11–03–20–22–12–01–30–23–00–20–21–12–01–20–00–10–10–32–10–0
Barnet 1–12–03–11–11–11–10–22–12–01–20–31–11–21–00–02–20–01–00–21–32–00–11–2
Barrow 1–12–10–21–21–01–13–20–12–30–30–00–01–22–21–03–02–32–01–03–21–22–10–0
Boreham Wood 1–10–21–01–11–12–11–01–00–13–30–02–11–12–40–41–31–03–10–12–32–21–20–2
Braintree Town 2–10–14–00–21–12–41–32–02–11–20–40–22–00–41–13–41–50–20–11–00–32–20–1
Bromley 3–22–20–12–10–22–43–30–22–20–15–12–21–01–14–04–02–11–02–00–20–22–12–0
Chesterfield 0–03–00–10–03–21–01–12–00–02–33–31–00–30–11–10–00–11–34–12–00–43–01–1
Dagenham & Redbridge 2–11–10–10–04–41–03–01–11–32–01–31–10–22–11–23–12–12–21–20–01–11–01–2
Dover Athletic 2–11–01–20–21–13–01–10–00–21–21–12–11–22–32–14–30–02–03–11–40–23–00–1
Eastleigh 0–01–20–30–11–02–11–01–11–02–20–10–11–02–13–22–11–12–02–01–11–23–21–3
Ebbsfleet United 1–33–11–01–03–24–21–20–10–10–13–04–00–10–20–01–12–03–01–10–10–10–14–2
FC Halifax Town 0–00–03–02–01–10–02–21–12–11–00–10–01–01–11–20–01–10–13–00–02–00–12–1
Gateshead 0–13–02–10–21–10–12–01–02–02–10–11–11–12–32–10–01–10–11–02–11–20–01–1
Harrogate Town 1–24–12–04–20–13–11–01–11–12–24–01–21–22–03–13–20–31–02–20–13–12–20–0
Hartlepool United 1–21–11–30–02–02–11–21–01–23–21–10–12–12–12–21–11–12–11–23–20–12–31–0
Havant & Waterlooville 1–12–10–22–00–02–10–31–23–00–02–23–32–10–11–21–21–27–05–21–10–11–22–3
Leyton Orient 2–00–03–12–21–00–03–13–11–03–03–21–12–22–02–00–04–00–13–00–33–00–11–0
Maidenhead United 0–64–30–11–11–00–12–22–01–11–02–01–13–01–31–20–12–10–23–20–31–21–00–2
Maidstone United 1–10–22–11–01–20–20–11–10–30–11–30–20–12–30–21–12–01–22–40–21–30–11–1
Salford City 0–14–00–03–13–12–22–13–21–21–30–21–12–11–13–23–03–01–13–01–02–02–02–0
Solihull Moors 1–21–02–20–10–02–15–02–22–02–24–12–10–01–02–00–13–20–01–05–00–02–21–0
Sutton United 0–02–10–00–10–40–31–01–11–02–21–01–01–14–22–12–22–21–20–12–22–12–23–0
Wrexham 0–02–01–01–33–03–12–21–01–00–12–04–10–03–12–11–01–00–21–01–05–11–01–0
Source: National League Results Grid
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Top scorers

As of matches played 10 April 2019 [13]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Danny Rowe AFC Fylde 26
2 Paul McCallum Eastleigh 25
3 Macauley Bonne Leyton Orient 22
4 Adam Rooney Salford City 20
5 Scott Boden Gateshead / Chesterfield 19
6 Jack Muldoon Harrogate Town 16
7Michael Cheek Ebbsfleet United 15
8 Adi Yussuf Solihull Moors 14
9 Adrian Clifton Maidenhead United 13
JJ Hooper Bromley
Liam Noble Hartlepool United
Alfie Rutherford Havant & Waterlooville
13 Jermaine Hylton Solihull Moors 12
Danny Kedwell Ebbsfleet United

Monthly awards

Each month the Vanarama National League announces their official Player of the Month and Manager of the Month.

MonthPlayer of the MonthClubManager of the MonthClub
August 2018Akil Wright [14] Wrexham Jamie Fullarton [15] FC Halifax Town
September 2018Marvin Ekpiteta [16] Leyton Orient Graham Alexander [17] Salford City
October 2018 Mike Williamson [18] Gateshead Sam Ricketts [19] Wrexham
November 2018 Elliot Justham [20] Dag & Red Justin Edinburgh [21] Leyton Orient
December 2018Michael Cheek Ebbsfleet United Ian Evatt Barrow
January 2019 Kevin Lokko [22] Dover Athletic Tim Flowers [22] Solihull Moors
February 2019 Paul McCallum [23] Eastleigh Alan Devonshire [23] Maidenhead United
March 2019 Carl Piergianni [24] Salford City Justin Edinburgh [24] Leyton Orient
April 2019Mo Sagaf [25] Braintree Town Andy Hessenthaler [26] Dover Athletic

Team of the Season

At the end of the season, the National League announced its official team of the season. [27]

PositionPlayerClub
Goalkeeper Dean Brill Leyton Orient
Defender Josh Hare Eastleigh
Defender Carl Piergianni Salford City
Defender Shaun Pearson Wrexham
Defender Dan Jones Barrow
Midfielder Darren Carter Solihull Moors
Midfielder Jamey Osborne Solihull Moors
Midfielder Jobi McAnuff Leyton Orient
Forward Paul McCallum Eastleigh
Forward Macauley Bonne Leyton Orient
Forward Danny Rowe AFC Fylde

National League North

National League North
Season 2018–19
Champions Stockport County
PromotedStockport County
Chorley
Relegated Nuneaton Borough
Ashton United
F.C. United of Manchester
2019–20

Team changes

Stadia and locations

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Locations of the 2018–19 National League North clubs (Greater Manchester)
TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
AFC Telford United Telford New Bucks Head 6,300
Alfreton Town Alfreton North Street 3,600
Altrincham Altrincham Moss Lane 6,085
Ashton United Ashton-under-Lyne Hurst Cross4,500
Blyth Spartans Blyth Croft Park 4,435
Boston United Boston York Street 6,643
Brackley Town Brackley St. James Park3,500
Bradford (Park Avenue) Bradford Horsfall Stadium 3,500
Chester Chester Deva Stadium 6,500
Chorley Chorley Victory Park 4,100
Curzon Ashton Ashton-under-Lyne Tameside Stadium4,000
Darlington Darlington Blackwell Meadows3,300
F.C. United of Manchester Manchester Broadhurst Park 4,400
Guiseley Guiseley Nethermoor Park 4,200
Hereford Hereford Edgar Street 4,913
Kidderminster Harriers Kidderminster Aggborough Stadium 6,238
Leamington Leamington Spa New Windmill Ground2,300
Nuneaton Borough Nuneaton Liberty Way 4,614
Southport Southport Haig Avenue 6,008
Spennymoor Town Spennymoor The Brewery Field6,000
Stockport County Stockport Edgeley Park 10,852
York City York Bootham Crescent 8,256 [28]

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManager1CaptainKit manufacturerShirt Sponsor
AFC Telford United Gavin Cowan Shane Sutton Hummel Capgemini
Alfreton Town Billy HeathLuke ShielsSK KitsImpact
Altrincham Phil ParkinsonSK KitsJ Davidson Scrap Metal
Ashton United Jody Banim Joma Rol-Lite-Blinds
Blyth Spartans Alun Armstrong Robbie Dale Erreà Community Foundation
Boston United Craig Elliott Nike Kia Motors
Brackley Town Kevin Wilkin Joma Going Plural
Bradford (Park Avenue) Mark Bower Kappa T&P Print (Home), Ideal Student Room (Away)
Chester Anthony Johnson
Bernard Morley
Scott Burton Puma MBNA
Chorley Jamie VermiglioChorley SportCruise 118
Curzon Ashton John Flanagan Jako Bromleys
Darlington Tommy Wright Puma EBAC
F.C. United of Manchester Tom Greaves Erreà None
Guiseley Marcus Bignot
Russ O'Neill
Macron Shelving Superstore
Hereford Marc Richards Macron Central Roofing
Kidderminster Harriers Steve MacFarlane Kappa 25 KHITC
Leamington Paul HolleranTony Breeden Puma BPS
Nuneaton Borough Jimmy Ginnelly Cameron Belford Joma Stuart
Southport Liam Watson Kappa ME Group
Spennymoor Town Jason Ainsley Erreà Motif8
Stockport County Jim Gannon Joma Pioneer Group
York City Steve Watson Avec Benenden

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Stockport County (C, P)42241087736+4182Promoted to the National League
2 Chorley (O, P)4224998341+4281Qualified for the National League North play-off semi-finals
3 Brackley Town 42221197240+3277
4 Spennymoor Town 422210107848+3076Qualified for the National League North play-off quarter-finals
5 Altrincham 422011118556+2971
6 Blyth Spartans 42209137462+1269
7 Bradford (Park Avenue) 421811137161+1065
8 AFC Telford United 421714116455+965
9 Chester 421614126062262
10 Kidderminster Harriers 42179166862+660
11 Boston United 42177186260+258
12 York City 421610165863558
13 Leamington 421315145760354
14 Southport 421314155855+353
15 Alfreton Town 4213121753671451
16 Darlington 421214165662650
17 Hereford 4211161547581149
18 Curzon Ashton 4213101944712749
19 Guiseley 429171646601444
20 Ashton United (R)42982543864335Relegated to the Northern Premier League Premier Division
21 F.C. United of Manchester (R)428102449823334
22 Nuneaton Borough (R)42473138965819Relegated to the Southern League Premier Division Central
Source: National League official site
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; 4) Number of matches won; 5) Head-to-head results [12]
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Play-offs

 Quarter-finals  Semi-finals  Final
              
   2 Chorley 1 (3) 
 5 Altrincham 2 (7)  5 Altrincham 1 (1)  
 6 Blyth Spartans 2 (6)    2 Chorley 1 (4)
   4 Spennymoor Town 1 (3)
   3 Brackley Town 0 (4)  
 4 Spennymoor Town 1  4 Spennymoor Town 0 (5) 
 7 Bradford (Park Avenue) 0 

Quarter-finals

1 May 2019 (2019-05-01) Altrincham 2–2
(7–6 p)
Blyth Spartans Altrincham
Stadium: Moss Lane
1 May 2019 (2019-05-01) Spennymoor Town 1–0 Bradford (Park Avenue) Spennymoor
Stadium: The Brewery Field

Semi-finals

5 May 2019 (2019-05-05) Chorley 1–1
(3–1 p)
Altrincham Chorley
Stadium: Victory Park
5 May 2019 (2019-05-05) Brackley Town 0–0
(4–5 p)
Spennymoor Town Brackley
Stadium: St. James Park

Final

12 May 2019 (2019-05-12) Chorley 1–1
(4–3 p)
Spennymoor Town Chorley
Stadium: Victory Park

Results table

Home \ Away TEL ALF ALT ASH BLY BOS BRA BRD CHE CHO CUR DAR UOM GUI HER KID LEA NUN SOU SPE STO YOR
AFC Telford United 0–01–12–11–11–02–10–23–11–13–13–11–31–11–10–14–13–11–02–11–12–1
Alfreton Town 1–10–72–03–11–10–10–12–22–10–10–02–30–11–13–31–23–13–11–71–12–3
Altrincham 3–13–13–01–10–21–21–14–05–30–23–31–21–11–12–12–24–01–00–20–13–0
Ashton United 3–40–21–10–31–11–50–20–30–51–22–21–01–00–00–12–10–01–23–00–60–2
Blyth Spartans 1–01–12–12–03–01–31–28–11–23–20–10–32–02–33–30–24–12–12–23–22–1
Boston United 2–20–11–22–14–01–32–20–20–24–10–22–11–03–10–21–12–11–20–21–32–0
Brackley Town 3–13–11–23–11–12–03–02–22–22–02–41–02–02–03–12–23–12–04–11–00–0
Bradford (Park Avenue) 1–21–12–33–21–11–01–02–01–02–22–22–31–21–01–22–11–02–21–01–11–3
Chester 2–13–21–24–12–04–10–05–30–00–13–10–01–13–03–11–13–20–00–00–62–2
Chorley 1–13–14–10–12–41–12–03–20–02–03–24–03–01–03–03–02–04–01–22–01–0
Curzon Ashton 2–13–20–62–41–31–31–11–10–30–11–13–11–00–11–11–10–10–30–52–01–0
Darlington 3–00–10–32–11–11–00–21–00–11–11–22–00–02–23–01–11–20–01–20–15–1
F.C. United of Manchester 1–21–11–23–41–20–31–12–20–21–42–01–23–32–20–10–20–41–11–31–23–3
Guiseley 1–10–12–21–11–34–52–11–51–10–21–01–03–01–10–01–12–10–11–11–11–1
Hereford 1–12–11–10–23–00–20–21–22–01–11–24–21–31–01–02–12–20–30–32–21–1
Kidderminster Harriers 0–00–13–23–33–11–22–03–04–10–41–15–21–21–22–11–24–11–42–12–11–2
Leamington 2–23–13–01–01–22–00–04–21–01–10–12–22–22–22–20–43–01–00–20–10–1
Nuneaton Borough 1–21–20–20–11–31–51–30–62–30–12–41–21–01–30–01–10–21–40–20–32–2
Southport 0–42–11–32–20–12–30–02–23–05–32–20–00–01–01–02–25–11–11–10–11–2
Spennymoor Town 2–31–14–45–02–21–02–10–22–01–00–02–22–03–20–22–11–03–11–11–33–0
Stockport County 3–20–12–02–10–10–21–13–01–13–02–02–05–11–11–11–03–12–23–21–03–1
York City 1–01–20–12–02–02–22–11–40–01–41–14–02–04–21–20–32–22–01–02–31–0
Source: National League North Match Grid
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Chorley Matt Jansen Resigned22 June 2018Pre-seasonJamie Vermiglio23 June 2018
York City Martin Gray Dismissed19 August 2018 Sam Collins 20 August 2018 [29]
F.C. United of Manchester Tom GreavesResigned28 August 2018 [30] Neil Reynolds18 October 2018 [31]
Hereford Peter Beadle Dismissed13 September 201812thMarc Richards2 October 2018 [32]
York City Sam Collins Mutual consent5 January 2019 Steve Watson 10 January 2019
Darlington Tommy Wright Mutual consent27 April 201916thAlun Armstrong27 May 2019

Top scorers

As of matches played 17 March 2019 [33]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1Glen Taylor Spennymoor Town 21
2 Daniel Udoh AFC Telford United 17
3 Jake Beesley Bradford (Park Avenue) 16
Colby Bishop Leamington
Matthew Warburton Stockport County
6Joshua Hancock Altrincham 15
Reece Styche Alfreton Town
Kurt Willoughby F.C. United of Manchester
9Dan Maguire Blyth Spartans 14
Josh Wilson Chorley
10 Ashley Chambers Kidderminster Harriers 13

Monthly awards

Each month the Vanarama National League North announces their official Player of the Month and Manager of the Month.

MonthPlayer of the MonthClubManager of the MonthClub
August 2018Matthew Stenson [34] Leamington Jamie Vermiglio [34] Chorley
September 2018Ed Williams [35] Kidderminster Harriers Jason Ainsley [36] Spennymoor Town
October 2018 Gary Roberts [37] Chester Phil Parkinson [38] Altrincham
November 2018 David Morgan [39] Southport Liam Watson [40] Southport

National League South

National League South
Season 2018–19
Champions Torquay United
PromotedTorquay United
Woking
Relegated Weston-super-Mare
East Thurrock United
Truro City
2019–20

The National League South consisted of 22 clubs.

Team changes

Stadia and locations

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Locations of the 2018–19 National League South clubs (Greater London)
TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Bath City Bath (Twerton) Twerton Park 8,840
Billericay Town Billericay New Lodge3,500
Chelmsford City Chelmsford Melbourne Stadium3,019
Chippenham Town Chippenham Hardenhuish Park3,000
Concord Rangers Canvey Island Thames Road3,300
Dartford Dartford Princes Park 4,100
Dulwich Hamlet London Champion Hill (began season groundsharing with Tooting & Mitcham United)3,000
East Thurrock United Corringham Rookery Hill4,000
Eastbourne Borough Eastbourne Priory Lane 4,151
Gloucester City Evesham Jubilee Stadium (groundshare with Evesham United)3,000
Hampton & Richmond London (Hampton)Beveree Stadium3,500
Hemel Hempstead Town Hemel Hempstead Vauxhall Road3,152
Hungerford Town Hungerford Bulpit Lane2,500
Oxford City Oxford (Marston)Court Place Farm2,000
Slough Town Slough Arbour Park2,000
St Albans City St Albans Clarence Park 4,500
Torquay United Torquay Plainmoor 6,500
Truro City Truro Treyew Road 3,200
Wealdstone London (Ruislip)Grosvenor Vale3,607
Welling United London (Welling) Park View Road 4,000
Weston-super-Mare Weston-super-Mare Woodspring Stadium3,500
Woking Woking Kingfield Stadium 6,036

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Torquay United (C, P)4227789341+5288Promoted to the National League
2 Woking (O, P)42239107649+2778Qualified for the National League South play-off semi-finals [lower-alpha 1]
3 Welling United 42237127047+2376
4 Chelmsford City 42219126850+1872
5 Bath City 422011115836+2271Qualified for the National League South play-off quarter-finals [lower-alpha 2]
6 Concord Rangers 42201396948+2170 [lower-alpha 3]
7 Wealdstone 421812126250+1266Qualified for the National League South play-off quarter-finals [lower-alpha 2]
8 Billericay Town 42198157265+765
9 St Albans City 421810146764+364
10 Dartford 421810145258664
11 Slough Town 421712135650+663
12 Oxford City 42175206463+156
13 Chippenham Town 42167195764755
14 Dulwich Hamlet 4213101952651349
15 Hampton & Richmond Borough 4213101949661749
16 Hemel Hempstead Town 4212121852671548
17 Gloucester City 4212111935541947Transferred to National League North
18 Eastbourne Borough 4210122052651342
19 Hungerford Town 421192245722742
20 Truro City (R)429122163872439Relegated to the Southern League Premier Division South
21 East Thurrock United (R)421072542632137Relegated to the Isthmian League Premier Division
22 Weston-super-Mare (R)428112350803035Relegated to the Southern League Premier Division South
Source: National League official site
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored; 4) Number of matches won; 5) Head-to-head results [12]
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Chelmsford City received a bye to the semi-finals, after Concord Rangers were barred from the play-offs.
  2. 1 2 Concord Rangers were barred from the play-offs due to failing ground size regulations. [41]
  3. Concord Rangers were deducted three points for infringing league rules.

Play-offs

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
2 Woking 3
5 Bath City 1 7 Wealdstone 2
7 Wealdstone 32 Woking 1
3 Welling United 0
3 Welling United 3
4 Chelmsford City 2

Quarter-final

1 May 2019 (2019-05-01) Bath City 1–3 Wealdstone Bath
Stadium: Twerton Park

Semi-finals

5 May 2019 (2019-05-05) Woking 3–2 Wealdstone Woking
Stadium: Kingfield Stadium

Final

12 May 2019 (2019-05-12) Woking 1–0 Welling United Woking
Stadium: Kingfield Stadium

Results table

Home \ Away BAT BIL CHE CHI CON DAR DUL EAS EAB GLO HAM HEM HUN OXF SLO STA TOR TRU WEA WEL WES WOK
Bath City 1–22–05–01–11–22–11–01–03–01–00–14–11–02–00–33–21–11–10–22–01–1
Billericay Town 0–20–11–21–11–11–13–22–01–01–32–11–22–33–23–20–23–21–02–04–20–4
Chelmsford City 1–05–11–02–22–12–21–03–22–02–02–14–12–10–12–40–00–20–30–02–22–0
Chippenham Town 2–22–00–14–11–21–22–02–31–03–21–13–10–11–00–02–12–13–11–41–32–2
Concord Rangers 2–12–23–01–12–00–01–13–02–04–02–14–00–12–22–10–13–02–20–53–01–1
Dartford 3–02–11–00–11–12–12–02–22–02–20–02–13–21–13–20–21–10–31–02–12–0
Dulwich Hamlet 0–22–21–32–00–12–02–12–10–10–23–33–10–10–11–00–23–21–12–13–31–3
East Thurrock United 1–02–12–02–10–22–20–00–12–00–01–22–10–11–02–41–22–20–14–12–30–1
Eastbourne Borough 0–00–21–12–11–26–02–10–21–22–23–03–12–22–41–22–42–20–31–01–11–2
Gloucester City 0–01–40–03–21–21–21–11–02–20–01–10–01–01–20–00–00–20–00–11–33–4
Hampton & Richmond Borough 0–10–21–12–11–40–12–01–00–00–11–20–32–41–10–10–32–22–12–13–10–3
Hemel Hempstead Town 0–30–23–54–22–21–21–03–23–22–11–10–02–11–11–11–41–10–11–10–20–2
Hungerford Town 0–02–20–62–12–11–01–21–12–01–22–00–31–11–25–00–21–41–10–10–11–1
Oxford City 1–22–31–31–12–02–14–13–10–00–13–52–11–21–32–11–04–03–00–13–01–2
Slough Town 0–02–11–02–21–02–21–23–11–11–21–11–02–02–02–20–01–20–11–02–10–1
St Albans City 0–22–13–12–32–02–01–02–11–11–22–32–13–21–03–20–42–20–02–02–01–1
Torquay United 1–02–23–10–14–12–05–22–02–02–10–22–00–17–24–04–14–23–23–11–22–2
Truro City 1–10–40–31–21–33–13–21–32–01–20–21–22–32–03–32–11–31–22–23–30–1
Wealdstone 3–31–12–31–01–11–11–33–00–32–02–12–11–00–20–32–20–33–01–34–11–0
Welling United 2–10–32–02–10–12–02–02–01–03–14–01–13–13–22–12–22–05–31–13–13–3
Weston-super-Mare 0–22–30–30–11–23–11–11–10–10–00–21–20–01–12–02–32–21–10–50–12–4
Woking 1–32–11–12–01–20–11–23–02–01–23–13–13–03–20–12–13–33–10–22–02–1
Source: National League South Match Grid
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Top scorers

As of matches played 27 April 2019 [42]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Jamie Reid Torquay United 29
2 Rhys Murphy Chelmsford City 25
3 Kabongo Tshimanga Oxford City 24
4 Tyler Harvey Truro City 22
5 Alex Wall Concord Rangers 21
6 Moses Emmanuel Billericay Town 17
Saikou Janneh Torquay United
Nathaniel Jarvis Chippenham Town
9 Chris Dickson Hampton & Richmond Borough 16
Jack Midson Concord Rangers

Monthly awards

Each month the Vanarama National League South announces their official Player of the Month and Manager of the Month.

MonthPlayer of the MonthClubManager of the MonthClub
August 2018 Jake Robinson [43] Billericay Town Alan Dowson [43] Woking
September 2018 Jack Turner [44] Slough Town Ian Allinson [45] St Albans City
October 2018 Moses Emmanuel [46] Billericay Town Gary Johnson [47] Torquay United
November 2018Josh Casey [48] Woking Leigh Robinson [49] Truro City
December 2018Shaun MacDonald [50] Torquay United Mark Jones [51] Oxford City
January 2019Jack Giddens [52] East Thurrock United Jerry Gill [53] Bath City
February 2019 Chris Whelpdale [54] Chelmsford City Jamie Coyle
Adam Flanagan [55]
Dartford
March 2019Marvel Ekpiteta [56] Hungerford Town Neil Baker
Jon Underwood [57]
Slough Town
April 2019 Fabien Robert [58] Gloucester City Mike Cook [59] Gloucester City

Step 3 Super Playoffs

With the introduction of a new division at Step 3 of the National League System, an altered promotion playoff process was implemented for the 2018–19 season for clubs to reach the National Leagues North and South for the 2019–20 season. [60]

As per prior seasons, 3 teams were relegated each from the North and South leaving 6 vacancies to fill. Each of the winners of the four Step 3 leagues were automatically promoted to the National Leagues North & South for 2019–20.

The Champions of the Step 3 leagues are:

Each of the four leagues ran a playoff involving the teams finishing from second to fifth. The winners of these playoffs proceeded to the Super Playoffs. The playoff winners are:

The winners of the following two fixtures will be promoted:

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